My project's Classview has become cluttered with a lot of classes and global functions. Many of these are used internally by a component. Is there a way to remove the ones from Classview that I find unnecassary. I am using Microsoft eMbedded Visual C++. Thanks for any help.
You can create folders in ClassView - right-click the project and select New Folder. You can then drag classes into the folder. Unfortunately you can't manage global functions in this way.
An alternative is simply to remove the headers from the project. They aren't required to be part of the project in order to compile - dependency analysis will pick them up. Obviously you should not remove them from source control, if you're using IDE integrated source control.
I am writing a plugin for windows media player.(UI pluging-Setting)
And I am using its wizard to create it. But when the OnPositionChange is called
oldposition and newPosition give a number like -119927078 or 182007653.
Please help me.
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Sort your items before putting them in the COleSafeArray container, or use Excel's automation features to sort the items after they are stored in the xls file. COleSafeArray doesn't have any built-in sorting functionality.
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Blew is my code:
CELinkConfiguratorView is the view of my SDI application,Online() is the handler message of a menu, CCBrowseOnline is the class of a model dialog.
when click the menu,the the DlgBrowse dialog should be poped up,but it didn't pop up sometimes .but it poped up after I press the Alt button on the keyboard. why?how to resolve this problem?
// TODO: Add your command handler code here
CELinkConfiguratorDoc* pDoc = GetDocument();
// Open the serial port
if(pDoc->ComportInfo.ubComInterface == 0)
msg.Format ("*** Error: Can't open com port");
I have a propertypage.I have two edit controls.For the first edit control it should have a range of 5 to 50 and for the second it should be 60 to 100.Whenever the entered data was not in this range I gave an error message and set the focus using SetFocus().I have done this in the OnApply() also.
The problem is I have entered the data in the first control and even after receiving the error message and the focus was set also,I have neglected that and entered the data in the second control.For that also I did the same.Finally in the OnApply() also after neglecting the error messages , the dialog has closed.
My requirement is the focus should not go and it has to rise indefinitely if it is not in the range unless I click cancel.Is my approach correct?Please give me a solution.
But does the exact same driver run on both platforms? Chances are that it doesn't, and if that's the case, there could be a slight difference between the two. I'm just grasping at straws here, so my suggestions are somewhat limited.
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I have search google and I have found nothing.... The thing is I want to create a System (or User) DSN that will work with MySQL, using VC++. But I'm struggling my butt off. Plz someone ..... that can guide me in the right direction ....