Philliam Auriemma wrote:
> On Jan 29, 1:26?pm, Rich Maniscalco <tmpr... / gmail.com> wrote:
>> Thanks for the info. ?I cut-n-pasted those examples and they work for
>> me. ?However, I am trying to call NON Windows API functions. ?Any tips
>> for that?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> ? Rich
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> 
> You should be able to make a DLL and have it export the correct
> symbols for your functions, and put the DLL file in C:/WINDOWS/
> system32 (may be just C:/WINDOWS/ or C:/WINDOWS/system/, can't
> remember) and you can use your own DLL the same way. I'm not sure how
> to do it any other way without making your own ruby extension, which I
> found impossible.


That didn't work.  I am going to rebuild Ruby and my DLL's using VC++ 
version 9.  Hopefully that will resolve the issues.  I'll report the 
outcome.

Thanks,

  Rich
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