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How to derive a coClass from an OCX

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I would like to make a class with the same interfaces defineds in an OCX.
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if you import the type library from the OCX, and select "install" it should create a VCL component wrapper around the OCX. You will then have the source defining the OCX interfaces. (D5) Create your own class, using the type library editor to create a duplicate of the OCX's interface, and then add your own implementation.

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In D4, you can't inherit from an OCX wrapper, I'm not sure if it's fixed in D5.
You'll get an AV if when you instantiate the inhrited class.
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Thanks, I'll study more later.
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