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Date: 2002-07-19 (21:17)
From: Mattias Waldau <mattias.waldau@a...>
Subject: RE: [Caml-list] Looking for sample DLL
The reason I was looking for a sample is that it will take me 
probably a couple of days just getting the makefile right etc.
Therefor, much easier to just take someone else code and tweak
it a little.

> I cannot understand this. DLL and COM are not concepts of the 
> same level. That's like to say "I prefer fruits to oranges" :-)

COM's are implemented as a DLL, I have been unclear. What I need
is to be able using the old win16/32 dll-calling convention, not
using the modern COM-convention.

The reason is that VBA doesn't support the COM supported by camlidl,
it only supports IDISPATCH. (I made some COM-stuff in my life, but
I do not like it, especially if you need to use C++. Now at last
in dotnet seems Microsoft gotten it right without wizards that
creates enormous amounts of code I don't understand.)

I would like to keep it as simple as possible, thus the dll-calling
convention is enough. I will only call a few functions and I only
need to return integers. (Thus no need to mess with BSTR, which
would be needed if I would return strings from ocaml to vb).


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