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Forum: Winamp Development 12th January 2003, 22:17
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Posted By HeikoSS
Sorry, other question: Is there any...

Sorry, other question:

Is there any WinampAPI in Winamp3 ?

I wanted to port this to 3...but didn´t find anything...

Heiko S.
Forum: Winamp Development 3rd July 2002, 14:27
Replies: 43
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Posted By HeikoSS
/me wonders how many vb coders are out there =) ...

/me wonders how many vb coders are out there =)

np
Forum: Winamp Development 23rd April 2002, 12:45
Replies: 43
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Posted By HeikoSS
I´m not very used to C too, but this Code works. ...

I´m not very used to C too, but this Code works.


char *GetWinampFilename()
{
HWND hwndWinamp = FindWindowA("Winamp v1.x",NULL);
LPDWORD TempHandle, temp;
TempHandle = new(DWORD);
temp =...
Forum: Winamp Development 23rd April 2002, 09:56
Replies: 43
Views: 29,525
Posted By HeikoSS
LOL? Did you actually read the post´s above?...

LOL?

Did you actually read the post´s above?



^^ This is no question ;)

These Functions ARE the solution, they work...
Ok, I write one for C...
Forum: Winamp Development 22nd April 2002, 06:59
Replies: 43
Views: 29,525
Posted By HeikoSS
Hi again, I don´t know much about VB... But...

Hi again,
I don´t know much about VB...
But here are some things i found:

First I changed my code to equal your VB Code.
Old:
var dat2: array[0..500] of Char;

New:
var dat2: PChar; ...
Forum: Winamp Development 20th April 2002, 20:41
Replies: 43
Views: 29,525
Posted By HeikoSS
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Forum: Winamp Development 20th April 2002, 20:31
Replies: 43
Views: 29,525
Posted By HeikoSS
Windows 2000 So i think for Win95/98/ME/ NT...

Windows 2000

So i think for Win95/98/ME/ NT it should work surely.

Windows XP...idk (but i may look...tomorrow..)

Heiko S.
Forum: Winamp Development 20th April 2002, 20:21
Replies: 43
Views: 29,525
Posted By HeikoSS
Solution: Get FileName from external app/dll

It IS possible!
Some guy wrote the pointers aren´t valid, because every process has its own 32bit memory address block.
Thats True, but there are some nice functions which let you access the memory...
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