I use the add-in wizard in Visual c++ to create an add-in. After execution I changed/added some code and rebuilds the project. I get the following error: LINK: fatal error LNK1168: cannot open Debug/kalle.dll for writing. Apparently is the dll-file still "active". My problem is how to "deactivate" the dll-file without to shut down the DevStudio. I have tried the following code:
if(pDll != NULL);
The problem with these lines of code is that DevStudio goes down when executed. Any answer would be highly appreciated.
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A brief on problem:
Lets take example problem for simplicity:
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