VS2005 Windows Project / Solution with VS2005 (not qt or mingw)
George S. Lockwood
Sat Aug 5 11:40:58 PDT 2006
I guess I'm really interested in finding a non-specific-to-ming-or-qt gui
example. The "dual interface" reference goes to the way that the wpa_gui
deals with the "un-solicited" messages by setting up a monitor_conn (and
appearently a read thread --I don't know qt).
Right now -today- I'm just trying to take the wpa_cli example and put it
into a class. I shouldn't be having trouble with that, but I am getting
"unresolved external" errors apparently because I cannot link to the c-style
functions in common.c and oswin32.c modules.
I guess I've forgotten the declaration to allow this...can you tell me how
to link a c-style compiled function into a class in a cpp???
I think it would be fair for me to give you my class once I have it working,
if you can get me started and past this link issue, Jouni. If you keep my
name out of it, I'll allow you to distribute it.
So really I don't want a UI (mfc or other) vs2005 project, but really a
wpa_cli as a class or help with my linkage issue...that would really help,
thanks so much!!
On 8/5/06, Jouni Malinen <jkmaline at cc.hut.fi> wrote:
> On Fri, Aug 04, 2006 at 01:26:30PM -0700, George S. Lockwood wrote:
> > Does anyone have / know of a VS2005 Windows app project that has the
> > functionality of a dual interface (like wpa_gui) but no reference to qt
> > ming??
> I'm not completely sure what you are referring to with "dual interface."
> Anyway, I know of at least one Windows GUI implementation (for
> wpa_supplicant) that uses MFC and does not need Qt or MinGW. However,
> that program has not been releases under an open source license.
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