Daniel Lo Nigro found hidden compiler switch, now it is real to create API called dlls in Visual Basic.
The link is here:
New era of VB programming has become, in my opinion.
Sorry for Delphi users, but i assume, that every VB coder is interested in this subject.
- aceton asked 12 years ago
Found similar projects, and it really created dll’s with correct exported functions…
Just somehow when used in visual basic, it says that the dll file can’t be found
(as tested with filemon, it accesses the dll file without any error, so it has found it, but somehow couldn’t use it)
So have you really made a working dll and tested if this dll works with vb?
(Visual Basic 6!!! so it make work in .NET, i’ll never use .NET due several reasons)
All I can say is HOLY CRAP THAT IS COOL!!!!!!!!
Very nice. This could come in handy writing plug-ins for my
player! The question must be asked “why didn’t micr$oft do this
in the first place?” Never mind i know the answer. They like to overcharge
for programs then rip you off by not including the most basic functionalities
or they hide them to make people mad.
This is really nice and i tested it. But, i stopped using VB and went to
BCX (100% free) and a simple adding DLL would only be 5kb not 20kb
like Visual Basic.
- nci answered 12 years ago
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