is a combination of C++ tutorials, compiler information, programming links, a VERY ACTIVE programming message board, and C and C++. Hello everyone, What I have is a dll created in Microsoft Visual C ++ and I would like to call it from a legacy application written using Borland from MSDN: Managed Extensions for C++ and Data Marshaling Tutorial. Although this tutorial uses Borland C++ version , many of the concepts presented here are also valid for other development platforms.

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More line of codes, you should expect more errors. When dll is compiled by one compiler and called from the code – compiled by another do not expect the default calling conventions will match – declare them explicitely. Not able to extract that zipped file on my pc as it says Class not registered.

Alternatively, you can just select the Build all compile and link sub menu, any error during the compilation and linking files will be borrland at this stage. All times are GMT Note that this compiler is a command-line tool: At any rate, you’ll want to save the file in the “c: Now, type “cd c: Results 1 to 5 of 5.


MS Visual Studio for instance which comes with a very good debugger. To call managed code from Unmanaged code and passing parameters – you need marshaling. Developing Multithreaded Applications Slow Chat: You can download it from here. First, we need to tell the compiler where to find the include files and supporting libraries.

I have tried to make the functions calls match the dll. The following IDE will be launched. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.

Before trying to compile a program, you’ll need to actually write some code to test the compiler. Last edited by stahta01; at I appreciate your input. Type in “bcc32 test.

There are many errors to be mentioned here and you can check the compiler documentation as well. It does require you to become a member of the borland community before downloading the file, but this registration takes place immediately. I googled for an IDE but many sites recommend using code blocks. You should be in the above directory now your prompt should read: Then fill up your target name in Target Name field, as default, it is same as your project name, but you can change if you want.

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Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Select Project menu, select Compile sub menu. This is the most difficult error to debug. To do this, just go to “Save As” under the “File” menu, then type the entire file name, in quotes, into notepad. Join Date Nov Posts Cannot open file — mostly the include files or libraries, whether it is not available in the expected location or folder or it is user define include file or the include file is corrupted or it is non standard libraries.


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By experience, most of the error during compilation and linking are related to: And the following is the Environment I have been trying to figure out why my Tutoriial app keeps crashing.

Whether from the Start Program or any shortcut menu on your desktop. Click the Debug menu, select Run sub menu as shown below. You can change the default path if you want. Turbo Incremental Link 5.