I make reference to GetGestureInfo in my app so that I can do some touchscreen things when the PC is so-enabled. I only need it to work on win7 and win8. But I can't even run my app on XP now because of the "entry point not found" error as in the title of this question. So, what is a good way to avoid this? I don't want a solution that requires a separate build for XP if at all possible. Can I do something like put my call to GetGestureInfo in a DLL and then dynamically link that DLL only if I see I'm running on win7/8 ? Something like that? What is best/easiest way? Thanks!
My app is MS C++ using a bit of MFC and using VS2010.
You must expect this kind of problem when you develop for one revision and then seek to run on an older revision. The way you have approached it looks fine to me.
You need to debug this: after executing
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