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|Leonid||08:02||Hi there, I am trying to build in VS 2012 firebreath 1.7. I am getting the following error: error C2338: 'CAtlDllModuleT<T>' must be used with either _WINDLL or _USRDLL defined
It was just fine when I built in VS 2010
Leonid: what version of firebreath are you on?
firebreath 1.6 had this issue; 1.7 should fix it
|Leonid||08:02||I am using 1.7|
|taxilian||08:02||can you build FBTestPlugin?
and have you updated to the latest 1.7, or did you maybe grab it before it was officially released?
|Leonid||08:02||I got it in December 2012
When was it officially released?
|taxilian||08:02||how did you get it? from git, or downloading the tarball?|
|Leonid||08:02||You gave me the git link to the master build|
|taxilian||08:02||do a git pull then
to make sure you're on the latest
|Leonid||08:02||ok, thanks, I will try this|
|Christine_||12:02||Hi I just wanted to ask a quick question|
|Christine_||12:02||I have written a native application for OS X using X code, and I want to use a FireBreath plugin to start the application when some button on a HTML page is pressed. Do you have any idea what the best way to achieve this would be?
I have the basic FireBreath code working with the test page, I'm just wondering how to best incorporate the native OS X code into the project
|taxilian||12:02||just use standard obj c apis for launching an application|
|Christine_||12:02||I was more thinking of whether or not to incorporate the source code into the project itself but your suggestion is so simple I'm ebarrassed I even asked!
|taxilian||12:02||good luck =]|
|kevingg||16:02||Hey guys, I'm trying to setup a test plugin like it has been done in the video tutorial, but after running the regsvr32 command its not displayed in any browser? What can be the issue?|
|taxilian||16:02||kevingg: what prep command did you use?|
|kevingg||16:02||visualstudio 2012 64|
|taxilian||16:02||so you used prep2012_x64.cmd?|
|taxilian||16:02||then that's the problem
you compiled it for 64 bit
and your browser is 32 bit
don't use the 64 bit prep scripts unless you know that you need them
|kevingg||16:02||ah ok… let me check, but it makes sense, think youre right.
but this should work then for the IE64 bit right?
|taxilian||16:02||that one would, yes|
|kevingg||16:02||Ok thanks Taxilian, now its working fine ;-)
I have to say youre really putting a huge effort in this project and also in the community. Appreciate it!
|taxilian||16:02||please contribute back in some way if you can|