Re: Can't pass a callback function as a parameter to a DLL
I am having a problem with passing a function as a parameter to my DLL
so it can call it back with updates. The DLL is written in LabWindows
CVI with some #ifdef 'C'-style wrappings. The application that calls
the DLL is in MS VC++ .NET.
It basically goes like this:
-There's a DLL initialization routine that the application will call.
This routine takes a function as a parameter. This is normally a (void
*) but I've tried a couple different ways, including typedef to what
the function should look like.
-After the initialize, the application calls an execute routine.
The application can call the DLL execute routine just fine, but I can't
get the DLL initialize to compile because of having to pass it a
function as a parameter. Here's the error message:
MyDLLInitialize: cannot convert parameter 1 from 'void
(DLLCallbackStruct)' to 'void (__cdecl *)(DLLCallbackStruct)' - None of
the functions with this name in scope match the target type
The line that generates it looks like:
I can't seem to get the name of the function properly passed to the DLL
initialize call. I can declare a typedef but I don't know how to
actually bind it to the function I want called. Everything else somehow
is met with compile errors. The closest I can get is the above
statement, and it has a __cdecl * mismatch, which I am not sure what
that means. Perhaps my DLL is C calling conventions and my application
is C++ calling conventions and it breaks down here with C++ strong
types? Or is it something totally different.
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