Re: Localization help... (stange InitInstance behavior)
Cadwell <Cadwell@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
Well when I step into CWinApp::InitInstance I get this
m_hLangResourceDLL = LoadAppLangResourceDLL();
if(m_hLangResourceDLL != NULL)
Ah, that's new. I haven't noticed this before (in my defence, I don't
use MFC, just ATL).
My guess is, you are building with MFC DLL (Project | Properties |
General | Use of MFC = Use MFC in a Shared DLL), in which case
_AtlBaseModule is the instance inside mfc80.dll (or whatever it is
called nowadays), not inside your DLL. Recall that each module has its
own copy. I guess MFC uses a bit of ATL internally, and that line is
needed to set up MFC itself correctly, not to help your application.
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