Re: recognize .Net controls properly and get infos/styles/properties

"Ben Voigt [C++ MVP]" <rbv@nospam.nospam>
Tue, 13 Nov 2007 08:54:37 -0600
"SQACPP" <> wrote in message

Thanks Ben and Alexander!...

So with a single .exe it's IMPOSSIBLE to target 1.0 and 2.x (including
3.0 ;o))...I absolutely need different .exe depending on the
targeted .net version??????????

..NET 2.0/3.x can load your .exe compiled for 1.x, but... an executable
running under .NET 1.x and running under .NET 2.0/3.x (regardless of
original compiler used) cannot interact in a .NET way, only via standard
interface layers such as sockets, pipes, web services.

So the same .exe could perhaps work with either version of .NET, if compiled
for 1.x and using an external manifest.

But for your specific case, no I don't think that one process can see both
..NET 1.x and 2.0/3.x processes as .NET programs.

based on your comment I'm loosing my time trying to add the feature
(support of net 1.0) of in
a modified version of ManagedSpy
.....right ????????????

The following comment
suggest modifying wfspy to also support 2.0 controls is it the way to
go???????????????. By looking at the code the two applications access
to the controls on the form almost in the same way...
System::Windows::Forms::Control::FromHandle(...) Still trying to
figure out how to modifiy wfspy example to show 2.0 application in the
treeview and it's properties... any idea or something to start with ?

just want to make sure i'm going to the right direction.

Thanks again...

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