I'm curious as to why you only want a GUI in debug mode. It sounds like you are using this as some sort of testing harness. If so, would it not be better to create some repeatable unit tests instead?
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No, We have a core application here at work, where you can plug in other programs. The developers before me, just added an exe for each little Change request, creating a directory full of exe's. If you click one, without the core application started, it will start the application empty (that's not the idea)
I'm making some start to clean up things. One is that I only use 1 exe that will load the appropriate program (In time to be recompiled as dll's, I hope). If no arguments are passed to the exe the GUI will show with an explanation, but if the arguments passed are correct, the user just sees the little program executed, nothing else.
It was the cleanest solution I could think off for the moment .
Coulda, woulda, shoulda doesn't matter if you don't.
I have a ListView control holding more than 3000 items (which means sorting can take a while). Therefore, I want to display a message saying "Sorting list" while the list is being sorted. The problem is I don't know how to tell when the sorting process has completed.
You might be able to create a thread to sort the items and once that thread has finished then you can say that sorting has finished. You may run into a few problems because I think that using multiple threads to update UIs is messy, your best bet might be to disable the ListView first thus ensuring that the user can't change anything inside it.
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If you posted some code, we could perhaps suggest where it was broken. Obviously, the answer is to lock bits and edit the pixels, so you're doing something wrong. My image processing articles have lots of examples on how to do this, they are on this site, just search for graus and you'll find them
I wand to read mail text and attachments from mail server(mailbox folder). If the message contains any image (in attachment also) then I want to pick that image and save it to desired location. Please help me to sort out this problem or send me any link for the same
Thanks in advance.
That's a good start but its a bit more grim than that. Attachments are stored according to the MIME specification usually in base64. So, having got the content of the mail you need a mime parser to turn the attachments into something usable. I'd look at 3rd party components to help you with this.
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Thanks for your response. It respond me when it got new message. It just display , “has 1 message” in status box, but What is message number and which number should I pass in message number box.
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