Does WIDL support include <xxx.idl>
dsh at linux.ucla.edu
Tue Aug 29 20:03:52 CDT 2006
On Tue, Aug 29, 2006 at 08:45:17PM -0400, Vijay Kiran Kamuju wrote:
> But when i see the generated header file. I see that there is the
> expansion of interfaces defined in the foo.idl if we include it in
> eg: foobar.idl
> #include "foo.idl"
> For further reference see the msxml.idl in the PSDK headers.
> it includes xmldom.idl and xmldso.idl, but in the msxml.h we see all
> the declarations in xmldso.h and xmldom.h
> I dont know they(M$) generate msxml.h from msxml.idl
I might not understand your question. If you don't want to #include
the idl file, you could use 'import "foo.idl";' which will process the
IDL file but just plop a #include "foo.h" in the generated header file.
If that's not what you're looking for, maybe consider cpp_quote to copy
code directly to the header. I don't have a windows machine with me
at the moment to look at the PSDK files. I can take a look at them
tomorrow and see how WIDL's output differs from MIDL's.
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