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    Microsoft knows the old and the new name mangling...

    Microsoft knows the old and the new name mangling format, it offers a build setup conversation wizard with it's IDE and the build setup includes pointers to all .def files in use. Don't you think one...
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    And the drawback is what I start now over to...

    And the drawback is what I start now over to generate a different set of .def files for the new VS2010. Fun.
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    I have, even if it was a bit before of my time. I...

    I have, even if it was a bit before of my time. I did hope though that microsoft learned something from such things, but seeing that they just breaked the binary compatibily of the _standard_ library...
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    What I know about QT is that it is quite far from...

    What I know about QT is that it is quite far from the most trivial software possible, still it's programmers don't seem to get this not particulay difficult thing right by providing a toStdString()...
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    Sure, but in terms of STL I don't have any direct...

    Sure, but in terms of STL I don't have any direct control about the library version I or other code I want to link uses.

    If I don't know with which compiler any module was built and I it also may...
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    That would mean that I can't ever link any of my...

    That would mean that I can't ever link any of my programs which uses the STL against any library not built by myself using the same compiler because I can't ever be sure that it uses the STL, too and...
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    incompatible STL?

    Hi,

    I compiled the QT framework using VS2005 and developed some applications linking against it which also make use of the STL.
    Now I played with VS2010 and the first thing I tried of course was...
  8. It instructs the linker to resolve the symbol if...

    It instructs the linker to resolve the symbol if it finds it in a compilation unit. If you use static linkage the compiler/linker will rather duplicate the storage (so you end up with the problem you...
  9. Just don't use static storage for data you want...

    Just don't use static storage for data you want to access over DLL/EXE boundaries, better use 'extern' storage.
    This implies that you have to modify the implementation of the singleton pattern if...
  10. Thread: ldap access

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    ldap access

    Hi,

    has anyone experience in making an application ldap compatible?
    E.g. I run my application on a machine which manages it's user access over ldap.
    To avoid the need for an own user management...
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    It's some tree structure representing a huge...

    It's some tree structure representing a huge terrain geometry which has to be queried fairly often and fast to keep up frame rate.
    You are right, I should measure it. But I fear the adoptions needed...
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    One important requirement for the kind of IPC to...

    One important requirement for the kind of IPC to use was that it creates a peace of memory which can be mapped to the same base offset in the virtual memory of every process which takes part in the...
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    In fact I was awaiting a proposal like "I once...

    In fact I was awaiting a proposal like "I once wrote my own loader to solve it", mabe from matsp ;)

    Of course, but in this case they are interconnected somehow.

    I can't imagine that I'm the...
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    I need it for a special kind of IPC and it would...

    I need it for a special kind of IPC and it would be safe if I could convince the windows runtime linker to not touch the memory region of my choice.
    It has to only be compatible with the hardware I...
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    Maybe a minimal example helps better...

    Maybe a minimal example helps better understanding what my exact problem is



    #include <windows.h>

    int main()
    {
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    I found out about the /FIXED and /BASE linker...

    I found out about the /FIXED and /BASE linker parameters so it would be possible to force fading of all .dll modules I built myself to some other address range than I want to reserve for the inter...
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    Reserve a range in virtual memory at link time

    Hi all,

    is there any linker option (VC++ 2005) or something similar to force the winXp loader to keep a defined memory range free so it does not load any .dll at this address?

    Background is...
  18. At least using system calls you can make any...

    At least using system calls you can make any (virtual) memory region read-only.
    Memory Protection Constants (Windows)
  19. B is no member of A. B is an inner class to A.

    B is no member of A. B is an inner class to A.
  20. That means B's members functions depend on each...

    That means B's members functions depend on each other, so B needs it's own member variables. But the can't be part of A because A is needed by legacy code as well and this code relies on the memory...
  21. The data is stored on a server, B need to receive...

    The data is stored on a server, B need to receive it. You can't hold remote data per reference.
  22. A defines a structure and B defines some...

    A defines a structure and B defines some presentation, read- and write functions to it. Therefore B uses some state (member) variables which shall not be member of A, so it needs to be an own class....
  23. Can a inner class have a member of outer class type?

    Hi,

    for example




    class A
    {
    class B
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    Thanks, it worked.

    Thanks, it worked.
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    Allocate more than 2GB?

    Hi,

    I tried this code to test how much memory a process is able to allocate:



    size_t mem = 0;
    while(1)
    {
    try
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