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Canary Bay / WD26
« Last post by Patrice Terrier on October 01, 2020, 10:17:23 am »
WD26 est annoncé

Comme par hasard, la principale nouveauté, est le support de Chromium en mode natif...

Dixit :
"Le code source d'un navigateur est livré en version 26, vous pouvez utiliser, modifier, personnaliser ce code pour l'inclure dans vos applications.
Utiliser un navigateur de ce type permet de s'assurer d'une présentation identique des pages pour tous vos utilisateurs.
Ce type de navigateur permet également de définir facilement la liste des seuls sites qui peuvent être ouverts, ce qui peut être utile en milieu professionnel.
"

L'avantage du projet Canary Bay, est qu'il fonctionne avec toutes les versions de WinDev ainsi qu'avec tous les langages de programmation que ce soit en mode 32 ou 64-bit.
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The 3D Model Collection / Morgan 3Wheeler Hot Rod
« Last post by Patrice Terrier on September 14, 2020, 03:18:06 pm »
Morgan 3Wheeler Hot Rod
Created by Patrice Terrier (ObjReader)

Note: This model requires ObjReader version 3.00 and above









Note: Attachments are only available to registered users.

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64-bit SDK programming / Re: zTrace version 3.00
« Last post by James Fuller on September 10, 2020, 08:02:57 pm »
James

You are just one year older than me ;)


Where are you living?

I am here:
https://goo.gl/maps/bA97cRTi8FeZbo2Q9

James
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64-bit SDK programming / Re: zTrace version 3.00
« Last post by Patrice Terrier on September 10, 2020, 07:28:24 pm »
James

You are just one year older than me ;)

Obviously i can't see any difference between the 2 codes, except that i am using the Visual Studio environment, while you are using the command line.

I am using Windows 10 Professional 2004 OS version 19041.508

Yes, you have my permission to include zTrace64 with the upcoming BcxAdp.

Where are you living?


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64-bit SDK programming / Re: zTrace version 3.00
« Last post by James Fuller on September 10, 2020, 04:36:42 pm »
Patrice,
  After a reboot of me (a good nights sleep) and the computers my OCD would not let me drop this. I found I'm not as bad as I previously thought.
I again used zTrace64.dll from the forum posting.
After the window popped up I right clicked and selected the create debug.txt.
After the popup menu closed I right clicked again and the create debug.txt item was checked.
I then closed the ztrace window using the red "x"
The ztrace.cfg file was created in my user temp folder but nothing was written to it. It had a size of 0
When I ran my app again and right clicked the ztrace window the create debug.txt was not checked.

I then took the ztrace 3.01 ztrace.cpp source and only added a couple of lines at the top. No change to the GetTempPath. I compiled with the attached buildit.bat file.
I replaced zTrace64.dll (3.00) from the forum with the new 3.01 (renamed 3.02 by me).

I deleted ztrace.cfg from the temp folder and repeated the above. This time the ztrace.cfg had a size of 1
and all worked as expected.

The Test_zTrace.cpp was created with BCX and is a non-unicode app that just calls zTrace through ZPRINT which is defined as:
#define ZPRINT(x) zTrace(AnsiToWide((char*)(x)))

platform:
Windows 10 64. version 2004(osbuild 19041.508)

I'm not going to beat on this anymore. I don't know why mine works and your's does not? I now have a working version.

I would like permission to include my version with an upcoming BcxAdp (BCX Application Development Platform)
All of your copyright notices and acknowledgments would be included.

Mr BCX has done a fantastic job on updating BCX. Now with a working pre-compiler meta command $PP I do not have to fork and change BCX to add more of the c++ items I want.

Thank for your patience.
Age: 72
James




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64-bit SDK programming / Re: zTrace version 3.00
« Last post by Patrice Terrier on September 10, 2020, 02:27:37 pm »
James

How old are you, i think coding is good to keep our neurone at work ;)
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64-bit SDK programming / Re: zTrace version 3.00
« Last post by James Fuller on September 09, 2020, 09:10:22 pm »
Patrice,
  I guess I'm just getting too old for coding!
Delete this topic. It was my oversight.
I thought just unloading the zTrace dll by termination of the program that called it would create/update the cfg file.
I also thought I wrote a small snippit that printed GetTempPath and it did not have a trailing "\", but on further review it does,just as you said.
Sorry to have bothered you.
James

 
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64-bit SDK programming / Re: zTrace version 3.00
« Last post by Patrice Terrier on September 09, 2020, 09:07:52 pm »
James

GetTempath, should already have a trailing back slash, please check the value returned by the API before adding zTrace3.cfg.

Other way L"\\" should be added only if missing.

See the PathAddBackslash API
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64-bit SDK programming / Re: zTrace version 3.00
« Last post by James Fuller on September 09, 2020, 04:12:13 pm »
Patrice,
   This is much easier. A bit bigger but ....
I just added a few lines to the ztrace.cpp file
I do have to close the zTrace window with the "x" instead of having the program that called it exit for it to be persistent.

James
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64-bit SDK programming / Re: zTrace version 3.00
« Last post by Patrice Terrier on September 09, 2020, 03:02:56 pm »
By me, GetTempath always return the path with a trailing back slash

even (from my Windows config) when SET is defined only like this:
TEMP=C:\Tmp
TMP=C:\Tmp

Tell me if you want the project converted to VS2019.
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