Edit control messages through Comctl32 v6 module
bunglehead at gmail.com
Mon Dec 14 16:32:18 CST 2009
On 12/14/2009 19:56, André Hentschel wrote:
> Nikolay Sivov schrieb:
>>> Alexandre told me, that he just wants to see that this test works, but
>>> its not necessary to add it to wine.
>>> I ran into to some issues where windows needed a signed dll to use a
>>> manifest with it. I dont know how to manage that correctly, so i got
>> What you mean saying signed dll? I've stuck too after a first try cause
>> I'm not able to load application at all, a kind of loader error
>> produced, which is related to dependency dll specified with manifest.
>> After a failure I tried to place a dll into a shared manifest directory
>> in WinSxS/Manifests (or something like that). It didn't help.
>> Did you try an embedded manifest for dll or an external xml?
> Looks like the Problem i ran into, too.
> I think i got a error-message on the console on winxp.
> after some internetsearch i read at msdn about it, and they told to use "signed"(whatever) dlls.
> There are some tools in Visual Studio, i tried but they won't sign my dll...
> i guess i used http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa375649%28VS.85%29.aspx
> and i just found that: http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/de-DE/Vsexpressvcs/thread/4b2c9202-a5db-42ce-875b-a05710daf497
Oh crap. Didn't know about that. Looks like VS 2003 doesn't provide this
miraculous mt.exe tool.
I probably should try with some express editions like 2008, what version
did you try?
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