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GDI+ Plot ActiveX Control

, 5 Sep 2013
GDI+ 2D plot ActiveX control
/**************************************************************************\
*
* Copyright (c) 1998-2000, Microsoft Corp.  All Rights Reserved.
*
* Module Name:
*
*   Gdiplus.h
*
* Abstract:
*
*   GDI+ Native C++ public header file
*
\**************************************************************************/

#ifndef _GDIPLUS_H
#define _GDIPLUS_H

struct IDirectDrawSurface7;

typedef signed   short   INT16;
typedef unsigned short  UINT16;

#ifndef DCR_REMOVE_INTERNAL

#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_105760
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_105760
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_127084
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_127084
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_135429
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_135429
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_140782
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_140782
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_140855
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_140855
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_140857
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_140857
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_140861
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_140861
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_145135
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_145135
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_145138
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_145138
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_145139
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_145139
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_145804
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_145804
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_146933
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_146933
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_152154
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_152154
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_175866
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_175866
#endif

#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_188922
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_188922
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_137252
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_137252
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_202903
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_202903
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_197819
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_197819
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_186091
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_186091
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_125467
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_125467
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_168772
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_168772
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_186764 
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_186764 
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_174340
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_174340
#endif
#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_186151
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_186151
#endif

#ifndef DCR_USE_NEW_235072
 #define DCR_USE_NEW_235072
#endif

#endif // DCR_REMOVE_INTERNAL

namespace Gdiplus
{
    namespace DllExports
    {
        #include "GdiplusMem.h"
    };

    #include "GdiplusBase.h"

    // The following headers are used internally as well
    #include "GdiplusEnums.h"
    #include "GdiplusTypes.h"
    #include "GdiplusInit.h"
    #include "GdiplusPixelFormats.h"
    #include "GdiplusColor.h"
    #include "GdiplusMetaHeader.h"
    #include "GdiplusImaging.h"
    #include "GdiplusColorMatrix.h"

    // The rest of these are used only by the application

    #include "GdiplusGpStubs.h"
    #include "GdiplusHeaders.h"

    namespace DllExports
    {
        #include "GdiplusFlat.h"
    };


    #include "GdiplusImageAttributes.h"
    #include "GdiplusMatrix.h"
    #include "GdiplusBrush.h"
    #include "GdiplusPen.h"
    #include "GdiplusStringFormat.h"
    #include "GdiplusPath.h"
    #include "GdiplusLineCaps.h"
    #include "GdiplusMetafile.h"
    #include "GdiplusGraphics.h"
    #include "GdiplusCachedBitmap.h"
    #include "GdiplusRegion.h"
    #include "GdiplusFontCollection.h"
    #include "GdiplusFontFamily.h"
    #include "GdiplusFont.h"
    #include "GdiplusBitmap.h"
    #include "GdiplusImageCodec.h"

}; // namespace Gdiplus



#endif // !_GDIPLUS_HPP

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