Re: Localization help... (stange InitInstance behavior)

"Igor Tandetnik" <>
Fri, 24 Jul 2009 17:02:21 -0400
Cadwell <> wrote:

We have one .exe and 40+ .dlls with our app. The problem occurs
within the individual modules. So for each .dll
ourdll::InitInstance_AtlBaseModule is different from it's inherited

InitInstance is not a class or namespace name, so the notation
InitInstance::_AtlBaseModule doesn't make any sense to me.

Note that CWinApp is an MFC class, while CAtlBaseModule is an ATL class.
The two libraries know (almost) nothing about each other, and don't
interact in any way. You seem to expect that CWinApp::InitInstance would
somehow set up or initialize _AtlBaseModule. It doesn't.

Anyway, you seem to have solved your problem, right? Do you have any
further questions?
With best wishes,
    Igor Tandetnik

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