[fpc-pascal]Linking to Windows
anton.tichawa at chello.at
Wed Feb 5 04:11:57 CET 2003
On Wednesday 05 February 2003 03:50, you wrote:
nothing found yet. may be half an hour work.
> > At 05:46 04-02-2003 +0100, you wrote:
> > >Hello, List!
> > >
> > >On Monday 03 February 2003 21:14, you wrote:
> > >> According to the Free Pascal Programmers manual chapter 4.1 it is
> > >> possible to specify an external Windows function with:
> > >> Procedure ProcName(Args: TProcArgs); external 'Name' index SomeIndex
> > >>
> > >> But where can I get information on which function has which index in
> > >> which DLL?
> > >
> > >Just try without the "index SomeIndex". I think you don't even need the
> > ><Name> if it matches the pascal name. But I'm almost sure it will work
> > >without mentioning the index.
> > That sounds simple ... problem is that it doesn't work that way.
> > If I omit 'Name' I get a linking error.
> > If I put in some 'Name', I get the run time error: Missing Name.DLL.
> > So it looks like there has to be the reference to the correct DLL file.
> > >If you really need indices, you might find them in microsoft's (API?)
> > >documentation.
> > I hoped so, but I cannot find them in Microsoft's home page.
> > Hans M.
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