[Python] Visual C++ addin in Python.
Sep 4, 2000 at 4:06 pm
Cool it a bit if you're interested in the addin. There's a problem with
registering the .dll addin. Having a bit of an argument with COM and the
MsDev Wizards I am afraid :-)
: As I mentioned in a previous post to this group, I was curious to see if it was possible to use Python instead of VBScript as the scripting language in Visual C++ 6. To that end I made a Visual C++ addin dll that delegates all the work to a Python COM object. As this was my first attempt at a Visual C++ addin and the fact that I am a Python newbie means that at least the Python code leaves something to be desired. I enclose the compiled version of the PythonAddin.dll and the Python class that
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