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Shell Extension with Keyboard Hook

, 31 Aug 2008
Shell Extension with Keyboard Hook
ATLSmartMove.zip
ATLSmartMove - Copy
ATLSmartMove.suo
ATLSmartMove
ATLSmartMove.aps
ATLSmartMove.def
ATLSmartMove.rgs
ATLSmartMove.vcproj.joj-PC.joj.user
ATLSmartMove.vcproj.vspscc
ATLSmartMoveps.def
ATLSmartMovePS.vcproj.joj-PC.joj.user
ATLSmartMovePS.vcproj.vspscc
Debug
ATLSmartMove.dll
Release
ATLSmartMove.dll
ShellExtension.rgs
========================================================================
    ACTIVE TEMPLATE LIBRARY : ATLSmartMove Project Overview
========================================================================

AppWizard has created this ATLSmartMove project for you to use as the starting point for
writing your Dynamic Link Library (DLL).

This file contains a summary of what you will find in each of the files that
make up your project.

ATLSmartMove.vcproj
    This is the main project file for VC++ projects generated using an Application Wizard.
    It contains information about the version of Visual C++ that generated the file, and
    information about the platforms, configurations, and project features selected with the
    Application Wizard.

ATLSmartMove.idl
    This file contains the IDL definitions of the type library, the interfaces
    and co-classes defined in your project.
    This file will be processed by the MIDL compiler to generate:
        C++ interface definitions and GUID declarations (ATLSmartMove.h)
        GUID definitions                                (ATLSmartMove_i.c)
        A type library                                  (ATLSmartMove.tlb)
        Marshaling code                                 (ATLSmartMove_p.c and dlldata.c)

ATLSmartMove.h
    This file contains the C++ interface definitions and GUID declarations of the
    items defined in ATLSmartMove.idl. It will be regenerated by MIDL during compilation.

ATLSmartMove.cpp
    This file contains the object map and the implementation of your DLL's exports.

ATLSmartMove.rc
    This is a listing of all of the Microsoft Windows resources that the
    program uses.

ATLSmartMove.def
    This module-definition file provides the linker with information about the exports
    required by your DLL. It contains exports for:
        DllGetClassObject
        DllCanUnloadNow
        DllRegisterServer
        DllUnregisterServer

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
Other standard files:

StdAfx.h, StdAfx.cpp
    These files are used to build a precompiled header (PCH) file
    named ATLSmartMove.pch and a precompiled types file named StdAfx.obj.

Resource.h
    This is the standard header file that defines resource IDs.

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
Proxy/stub DLL project and module definition file:

ATLSmartMoveps.vcproj
    This file is the project file for building a proxy/stub DLL if necessary.
	The IDL file in the main project must contain at least one interface and you must
	first compile the IDL file before building the proxy/stub DLL.	This process generates
	dlldata.c, ATLSmartMove_i.c and ATLSmartMove_p.c which are required
	to build the proxy/stub DLL.

ATLSmartMoveps.def
    This module definition file provides the linker with information about the exports
    required by the proxy/stub.

/////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

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joaquinjares
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Argentina Argentina
I have been working as a developer for 15 years now, starting with gwbasic, moving to C and VB and then to VB.Net and later C#. I've used many languages, as languages is what I really like.

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