I m developing a Task manager like application. I m able to enumerate the process list. But i m not able to get the active window list. That is the content of the first tab in the task Manager. Can anybody help me please??
How to seperate main windows from them extactly as Windows TaskManager does ?
I don't know about TaskManager, My Idea is to filter the windows in the list.
while enumerating windows query for a number of properties of the window
GetWindowInfo() or GetWindowLong()
and various conditions can be satisfied : like,
Is the window an application window? WS_EX_APPWINDOW (listed in task bar)
Is it visible? WS_VISIBLE, IsWindowVisible
Is it a ToolWindow? WS_EX_TOOLWINDOW
and so on.
I have searched web, wikipedia and some books. But can not find a exact definition for what is qualified name and unqualified name. Here is a small part from Bjarne's book, for example.
I think qualified name means names with namespace qualifier in this context? Unqualified name means no namespace qualifier ahead of a name? Correct or not?
Not can an unqualified name used in a template ever be bound to a local name. Finally, even if a template is first used within a class, unqualified names used in the template will not be bound to members of that class. Ignoring lcoal names is essential to prevent a lot of nasty macro-like behavior.
section C.18.3.3 Point of Instantiation Binding
how could a server (domain server? DNS?) blocks the IE operation (copy and paste some web pages) on client? curious?
When a Windows workstation gets joined into a domain, the domain policies defined in the domain server override the local policies.
You can view and change the policy settings of your Windows operating system, by:
Win + R to launch the "Run" dialog box,
Input this: gpedit.msc
And you get the Group Policy tool, which manages your local policies.
Many behaviours of IE are configured by the policies. One of the policy relates to allowance or rejection of web pages modifying the clipboard data.
This CP forum post edit control modifies something (for example: < and >). Therefore it gets blocked.
"... is missing debugging information for referencing module; linking object as if no debug info."
Here's what I'm doing:
1) I have a third-party library that I am building as a separate solution. It generates .lib and .pdb files.
2) I have a library that I've written that I use in all my solutions. So, logically, I should be able to take the third-party .lib and .pdb files and add the .lib to my .lib's dependency chain (Properties->Librarian->General->Additional Dependencies) and build and everything should be okay.
But it isn't. For whatever reason, despite specifically generating a unique name for the .pdb file for the third-party .lib, I still get LNK4204 warnings.
Is there a way to get the linker or librarian to include the contents of another .pdb file into another executable/library .pdb file?
Can you please let me know how to do the following?
I have a console exe that does something. I call this exe from Dialog based MFC app. I want to add this console exe into MFC resource and then use it in the MFC app. Can this be done? My idea here is to have only one exe instead of two .