RE: About Jade internals

Subject: RE: About Jade internals
From: "STE MARIE, PAUL" <PAUL.STE@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 28 Dec 1998 10:14:20 -0500
I just finished this process up (but unfortunately can't release the code).

There's a macro invocation (in jade.cxx if memory serves) of the form

What this expands to is (modulo some wide/narrow system options):

int main(int argc, char *argv[])
	JadeApp app;, argv);

Your simplest option is to get rid of the macro and construct and use a
JadeApp object in your DLL function.

> -----Original Message-----
> From:	Didier PH Martin [SMTP:martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
> Sent:	Wednesday, December 23, 1998 10:14 PM
> To:	DSSSL mailing list
> Subject:	About Jade internals
> Hi
> I am still strugling to transform Jade from a console EXE (on win32) into
> a
> Dll. The goal is to be able to mount the dll and have a function to pass
> parameters like you actually do with the command line.
> Up to now, I discovered that the whole object hierarchy building the apps
> is
> as follow:
> cmlineApp
>     |____ EntityApp
> 		  |_____ParseApp
> 				|_____ GroveApp
> 					     |_____ DSSSLApp
> 							    |____ JadeApp
> I am having a lot of difficulties to see an other entry point (to hook the
> dll function). Any suggestion (from either the author or from somebody who
> already played inspector Colombo with the code).
> I am ready to give back the DLL packaging to the DSSSL community (if I can
> get some help from it)
> Didier PH Martin
> mailto:martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
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