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Questionhow to call a dll indipendent of path where it located in a system? Pin
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Don't get me started. Today's object spaghetti makes the old C spaghetti pale in comparison.

C++11 advocate: Look, I made the code more awesome.
Me: It's slower, more complicated than it needs to be and much harder to find bugs. Why not just use C#?
C++11 advocate: But, it's more awesome!

(I actually heard someone today advocate that all pointers must be wrapped in shared_ptr, no matter what. I'm even working on some code that did that for absolutely no apparent reason--the delete happens within three lines and there is a catch around the call to which the pointer is passed AND the pointer is not actually shared. Yet, they not only used a shared_ptr, but spent time creating a factory to instantiate the only instantiation ever of the object to which the pointer is passed.)
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QuestionPutting a COM dll inside a COM dll Pin
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