Documentation on using Windows Externals

Edwin Gore edgore at shinra.com
Sun Apr 27 00:23:01 EDT 2003


The external itself is already finished - it's available from Gracenote, and
there is a free license version if you are giving your final application
away. What I am doing is integrating it into a RunRev app I have built for
managing CD collections and creating tempalte based web pages from them. You
can see the out put at www.shinra.com, and you can download a beta of the
app there as well (without CDDB support yet...)

----- Original Message -----
From: "Björnke von Gierke" <bvg at mac.com>
To: <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
Sent: Saturday, April 26, 2003 7:00 PM
Subject: Re: Documentation on using Windows Externals


> This sounds interesting I would like to get that external when it is
> finished! Although I cannot give you any advice for this.
> I also think that added information about this would be great. It is
> said that the RunRev folks are working on an extended Documentation
> about the external writing process (there is already some info in the
> "External SDK" folder within the "Revolution" folder) . Maybe you could
> write a tutorial about this when you succeed?
>
>
> On Samstag, Apr 26, 2003, at 19:01 Europe/Zurich, Edwin Gore wrote:
>
> > Hey all,
> >
> > Looking to work with some windows externals, like a DLL -
> > specifically, the
> > GraceNote CDDB dll that interfaces and gets and retrieves information
> > about
> > CDs from the internet. I have the SDK and I am looking through it, and
> > it
> > talks about methods and setting up variables in C and all, and stuff
> > about
> > visual basic, but I am not really very sure how all of this translates
> > over
> > to RunRev.
> >
> > The documention on working with externals is pretty slim (like, I
> > could find
> > a small paragraph). Anybody have any pointers?
> >
> > TIA,
> >
> > Edwin Gore
> >
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