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QuestionHow a to expose data of an application (.EXE) to a DLL on runtime? Pin
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Hello,

I have an application that uses a DLL but the DLL needs to access data provided by the application on runtime.


Tryng to make .exe objects visible to the DLL brings me to awful linking problems

The solution I tested is to use COM but this forces to use RPC for communication between the .DLL and the .EXE world. COM solution sounds complex and out-proc is slower than in-proc.


Please could you help me with a more simple solution?

Thank you in advance
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