I have a dialog based application. I have added the tree control on it. The tree implementation is done in separate class. I am getting the mouse click event in the class where I implemented tree control. I want the mouse click event to pass to dialog class i.e ..dlg to do some other operation. How to do this?
I define a class in a DLL(DLL1) and make a singleton using Loki library,for example:
typedef Loki::<A> SingleA;
the singleton is used in DLL1.
I use SingleA::Instance() in another DLL(test dll) When I test DLL1,but all test failed.Why? How to resolve it?
I am currently developing a GUI based application using MFC and C++. While I am far from done, I am trying to think a head to the testing phase. I have been told that Winrunner is the de facto standard for testing GUI based applications today. However, I have seen prices on the web for Winrunner in excess of 6000 dollars. That is way out of my budget. I am wondering if somebody could recommend a cheaper (or ever free) tool that is similar to Winrunner.
Thanks for the response. I took a quick look at the tool and I am going to take a more in depth look at it. However, I still have a bunch of bugs that I need to fix. At the moment, these bugs are going to take priority over finding new bugs.
I tried your example and the debugger could show the values of i, x and y. I am doing this in debug mode. I am not sure why you are having a problem. If you could post the entire program that might help. Not sure.
I have an application which can start DLL. This DLL should open own window and output some data. I only know that using MessageBox it is possible, but I would like to have more advanced window. Can DLL do it or only application can open/control windows ?
If you have some example I would appriciate. I already tried and created cpp MFC code
with wizard for SDI application than tried to compile it as DLL but it failed.