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Is there any body which can tell me how to use liclamav.dll in borland c++ 6.0 or in Visual Studio 2005? I have the lib file and the h. I tried to convert the lib for borland but nothing is working.
In visual Studio I cannot import the dll as a reference. I would like to see some example too

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You using the win32 native stuff from here?  There are full ms project files etc. here,  may be helpful.

http://oss.netfarm.it/clamav/

Depending on the style of dll it may not be compatable with Borland.  Also seems there are a number of dependenciesl,  some version require cygwin.

The problem with MS/Borland is that you simply cannot use the C++ object/methods between compilers.  You must make a C wrapper to use a C++ dll between the compilers.
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Thank you very much
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