Tuesday, November 28 2006

Using Microsoft RTC API under Windows Vista

If you are developping an application base on the Microsoft RTC API, a big surprise is awaiting you with Windows Vista. The installation of the RTC API miserably failed, because of lack of privileges. The result is that the RTC side-by-side assemblies are not available, thus the application does not  […]

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Tuesday, June 20 2006

Easy P/Invoke on .NET

When you need to use a P/Invoke call in Microsoft .NET, it is always hard to find the right DLL signature and the additionnal structures in one shot. I recommend the following site pinvoke.net which lists all the method signatures and the required structures for a lot of system DLLs. And it is open  […]

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Tuesday, March 21 2006

Microsoft.mshtml.dll within a .NET application

If you are using the MSHTML package in your .NET application, be aware that Visual Studio .NET 2003 does not copy it into you project. Instead, it references it like any other assemblies of the .NET framework. The problem is that this DLL is not installed by default on a Windows XP SP2 system. So  […]

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