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Using SmartInspect in Visual C++


#1

Is anyone using the SmartInspect library in Visual C++? The port to VB6 was easy but I’m not as familiar with C++.


#2

Hello Patrick,

Some customers are using an experimental / unsupported C++ library with limited functionality that we can provide on request (just email us). Please note that this library was developed as part of a canceled project and it’s unlikely that the C++ library is going to be improved in the future. We are also unable to support this library / help with any issues, but we can provide you with the source code. I’m not aware of a customer who uses one of our official libraries from C++ (e.g. via COM etc).

Do you use the SmartInspect library from VB6 via COM or how do you access it? We would be very interested in any code/port for VB6 you might have.

PS: Please remember that we have difficulties emailing you because your provider thinks our emails are spam; if you email us and don’t receive a response, please check your spam folder.

Thanks!

Regards,
Dennis


#3

I would love to see the unsupported C++ library. I have added tb, contact, and dgurock at gurock to my contacts, so I should get your emails from now on.

I do use the library in my VB6 code. I just expose the default Si.Main by adding Attributes to the class and registering a tlb file. I can send you the code and it should be easy to extend the full functionality using the same method.


#4

Hello Patrick,

Dennis and my addresses are ‘dg’ and ‘tg’ at gurock.com. We will try sending the library later today.

Regards,
Tobias


#5

Hello Patrick,

I just sent you the C++ library. Let me know in case you have any questions about it.

Thanks,
Dennis