Hello. I just want to make a plug-in that will have a dialog
box appear (not embedded in a page).
I am having incredible trouble just doing this.
A) Someone could give me some source code which would do what I said above and which will
B) If someone could tell me how to fix this (which I believe will actually make a plug-in that I have been working on for a long time not crash when its called upon.
--------------------Configuration: np_print - Win32 DLL--------------------
Creating library np_print.lib and object np_print.exp
np_print.dll : warning LNK4086: entrypoint "_WinMainCRTStartup" is not __stdcall with 12 bytes of arguments; image may not run
np_print.dll - 0 error(s), 1 warning(s)
BTW I got the book NetScape Plug-Ins Developer's Kit by Mike Morgan. Would probably be a good book if the freakin example actually worked...(he doens't even give all the project files on his cd so you can easily compile his programs.
The error means what it says: the entry point you told the linker to use doesn't fit the calling convention that the operating system will use when calling the function.
Did you define _WinMainCRTStartup
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