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Questions about hpwDLLCall and Dll and Bpl plugins

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Questions about hpwDLLCall and Dll and Bpl plugins

Postby phlm » Sun Jan 21, 2007 5:37 pm

Hello,
I've tried using both of these plugins with varying results.

hpwDLLCall returns what looks like a carriage return (square box) followed by an "s".
While Dll and Bpl bombs with an "Access violation" at just the loading of the DLL.

Any ideas to help me?

Thanks

running NB on Media Center
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Postby HPW » Sun Jan 21, 2007 11:43 pm

phlm,

Posting about potential Bugs needs to be specific as possible.


I've tried using both of these plugins with varying results.


The second 'Dll and Bpl Plugins' means the 'dgDLLxxxx' plugin here:

http://www.neobook.ib-host.net/neobook.html

hpwDLLCall returns what looks like a carriage return (square box) followed by an "s".


Without any info about what you call and how, it is difficult to say.
Generall you must know enough about calling DLL's under windows.
hpwDLLCall was designed to call a DLL with one PChar-parameter and it expect again the same one PChar-return-value.
Everything different will fail.
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Postby phlm » Mon Jan 22, 2007 12:56 pm

Hello Hans-Peter,
Yes you're correct, your plugin is working as it should. My fault for not looking more thoroughly into the DLL I was calling first.

The second plugin 'dgDLLxxxx' still has me though, I can't even get the sample pub to work. To be more specific:
I load the test.pub
Run from start
Press Load library msvcr.dll
and I get an alertbox saying "Access violation at address 01394A91 in module 'DLLPlugIn.nbp'. Read of address 00000000".
I've downloaded and reinstalled the plugin, rebooted, tried under Media Center and XP pro.
Cool wizard though.

Thanks for your reply Hans-Peter, this plugin belongs to another publisher.
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