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Comments by Chris Losinger (Top 16 by date)

Chris Losinger at 12-Jul-12 16:34pm View
   
does the chromium framework provide you with access to the DOM of the contained web page? if so, is there a 'submit' function for button elements?
 
http://magpcss.org/ceforum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=240&start=0
Chris Losinger at 15-Jun-12 11:10am View
   
you should do your own homework
Chris Losinger at 13-Jun-12 16:12pm View
   
seriously?
Chris Losinger at 27-Apr-12 9:30am View
   
go to Project / Settings / C|C++ . do you you have anything in the "Preprocessor definitions" field?
Chris Losinger at 27-Apr-12 9:08am View
   
what preprocessor symbols are you defining when you build zlib, and which are you defining when you build your project?
Chris Losinger at 27-Apr-12 7:28am View
   
you can't delete anything from the external dependencies folder. that folder is just to show you the files that have been included based on your #include statements and the include paths you've defined.
Chris Losinger at 26-Apr-12 11:05am View
   
can you show me the link that you downloaded?
Chris Losinger at 26-Apr-12 10:47am View
   
the zlib calls are inflate, inflateInit, inflateEnd.
 
if commenting those out eliminates the crash, then the problem is probably that the zlib functions are not being exported from the DLL with the calling convention that your application expects.
 
what did you do to get zlib to compile as a DLL?
Chris Losinger at 26-Apr-12 10:26am View
   
can you try commenting-out just the calls to zlib ?
Chris Losinger at 26-Apr-12 10:06am View
   
did you build the copy of zlib.dll that you are using?
Chris Losinger at 26-Apr-12 10:02am View
   
are you using any other (non-MS) external libraries ? (statically linked)
Chris Losinger at 26-Apr-12 9:40am View
   
when you #include "zlib.h", are you doing this:
 

#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif
#include "zlib.h"
#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif
 

?
Chris Losinger at 26-Apr-12 9:38am View
   
i'm assuming you're using pngLib to create your PNG file. so, you would do the png_write_chunk wherever you are doing all the other libPng stuff.
Chris Losinger at 26-Apr-12 9:29am View
   
how are you #including the zLib header?
Chris Losinger at 26-Apr-12 7:38am View
   
you can use a tool like pngsplit to insert a custom chunk into an existing image. to add a new chunk to an image while you're writing it, use png_write_chunk (after png_write_info, IIRC).
Chris Losinger at 12-Apr-12 14:12pm View
   
"Module" is not an English verb. You can't "module" anything.
 
you can modulate a number: x = x % 1007;

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