Originally Posted by Brummelchen
that is some of the main problem - 3rd party and no doc.
Then this is a lost case. Unless are able to reverse engineer
the existing DLL
Currently you are calling a function names "nsisfunc" from the DLL "install.dll". Does that DLL really export a function of that name?
Also you are using this function like nsisfunc(int X, int *Y, char* Z)
. Is that how the function is defined?
If so, how do you know that the function is defined like this? You said no Docs are available for the DLL, so where is that info from?
Sorry, my first comment was wrong.
Now I noticed that you are not
calling the DLL via System plug-in. You calling it as if it was a NSIS plug-in DLL.
And you are passing a single String argument to it, which appears to be formated in a System-plugin-like syntax
Previously you said that your DLL is not
a NSIS plug-in DLL. So you are contradicting yourself. I give up...