I have a working version for you. File is vncx.zip, 14.5 MB. How can I get this file to you? Here are the directions to use it. First compile and get VNCHooks.dll, then copy into vncx.ocx debug directory. Open ActiveX Test Container and "Insert" component into workspace. At this point a functioning server is ready to accept incoming connections. Connect via client, and specify a random password. After you should be connected.
P.s. I need to get vncx.zip to you so we can open up development to the community. What is the best way to do this?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Constantin Kaplinsky" <[hidden email]>
> To: "Oscar Usifer" <[hidden email]>
> Subject: Re: TightVNC ActiveX Control Development Starting
> Date: Wed, 06 Feb 2008 13:15:18 +0600
> Hello Oscar,
> >>>>> Oscar Usifer wrote:
> > backed up & built WinVNC as a .dll, exported WinMain, then called
> > from the control, causes it to accept connections, but because
> > resources are not properly exported yet, does not show desk tray
> > icon. anyway i'd like to get this project into the repo, any advise
> > there?
> First, please send me the source code for some working version that
> could be compiled and run.
> With Best Wishes,
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