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Automating Windows Applications

, 1 Feb 2003 CPOL
A Windows application that does not export any program interface, may be converted to automation server with COM object(s) injected into the application process.
AutomationClient.exe
AutomationClientNET.exe
Interop.NOTEPADHANDLERLib.dll
Loader.exe
NotepadHandler.dll
NotepadHandlerNotification.dll
NotepadPlugin.dll
RotHelper.dll
NotepadPlugin
NotepadPlugin.dsp
AutomationClientNET
App.ico
AutomationClientNET.csproj.user
Debug
Include
Loader
Loader.dsp
NotepadHandler
Handler.rgs
NotepadHandler.def
NotepadHandler.dsp
NotepadHandlerps.def
NotepadHandlerps.mk
NotepadHandlerNotification
NotepadHandlerNotification.def
NotepadHandlerNotification.dsp
NotepadHandlerNotificationps.def
NotepadHandlerNotificationps.mk
Notification.rgs
AutomationClient
AutomationClient.dsp
AutomationClient.clw
res
AutomationClient.ico
Psapi_library
psapi.lib
psapi.dll
Release
RotHelper
RotHelper.csproj.user
_Build_All_Projects.dsp
NotepadAuto.dsw

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