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  • #21
    Tech Support, Tech Support, Tech Support !

    One thing you definitely get with EZGUI 5.0 Pro is quality tech support.
    Chris Boss
    Computer Workshop
    Developer of "EZGUI"
    http://cwsof.com
    http://twitter.com/EZGUIProGuy

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    • #22
      EZGUI is designed for building commercial quality software. There are a number of commercial software products created using EZGUI.
      Chris Boss
      Computer Workshop
      Developer of "EZGUI"
      http://cwsof.com
      http://twitter.com/EZGUIProGuy

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      • #23
        There is still time to get EZGUI 5.0 Professional for this amazingly low price. Just $39 while the sale lasts.
        Chris Boss
        Computer Workshop
        Developer of "EZGUI"
        http://cwsof.com
        http://twitter.com/EZGUIProGuy

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        • #24
          Hallo Chris, the biggest Problem with EZGUI was always that it has these DLL's that are needed.
          Do you have still no plans for a SLL-Version?
          --Theo Gottwald
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          76706 Dettenheim * Germany * info@it-berater.org
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          Joses Forum * Theo's Link Site * IT-Berater.org

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          • #25
            Theo,

            There is a beta SLL version available upon request. It does not support everything yet (ie. 3D control), but does support a good portion of what EZGUI can do.

            IMO DLLs are fine for most applications. EZGUI was designed specifically for the development of high end commercial applications, of which most today consist of an EXE with multiple DLLs.

            There are a few instances where users do prefer or need only a single EXE and I understand that, but it is a small minority of end users. There are some things which an SLL can not support (ie. embedded resources), so DLL's are the preferred way to use EZGUI.

            Having come from the Visual Basic world (classic VB), the use of multiple DLL's was rarely an issue for VB'ers, so I find confusing why many PBers find the use of DLLs distasteful. It would seem that simply using a proper install tool would solve most instances (ie send by email) where one needs a single EXE. Tools like Inno Setup are easy to use and can generate a single EXE for installation. Once installed, whether an app uses DLL or not is a non-issue IMO.
            Chris Boss
            Computer Workshop
            Developer of "EZGUI"
            http://cwsof.com
            http://twitter.com/EZGUIProGuy

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            • #26
              Chris,
              Another way to encapsulate the DLLs together with the PowerBasic exe program file is to use Enigma Virtual Box.
              It can create a single big exe file and that all your Ezgui DLLs can be hidden inside this big exe file. It is a freeware as you can download from the following link
              It also protects your codes against hackers

              http://enigmaprotector.com/en/aboutvb.html

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              • #27
                SLL have serious limitations compared to DLL.
                Patrice Terrier
                www.zapsolution.com
                www.objreader.com
                Addons: GDImage.DLL 32/64-bit (Graphic library), WinLIFT.DLL 32/64-bit (Skin Engine).

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by Anne Wilson View Post
                  Another way to encapsulate the DLLs together...
                  Just a heads up from someone in the Cyber Security field... not that is is bad by itself, but many programs written by bad people use tools like this to hide their trail (as well as other means). This, in turn, causes issues where certain virus protection tools and heuristic scanners report items that use this as a false positive.
                  <b>George W. Bleck</b>
                  <img src='http://www.blecktech.com/myemail.gif'>

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                  • #29
                    Yep, Anti virus software may detect it as a virus or false positive. The only way to beat this detection is to
                    have your applications electronically code signed and send sample exe files to the respective AV companies and inform them that these
                    exe files are not virus and are legitimate files. The AV companies will then do screen tests on them and will give these files the necessary clearance.

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                    • #30
                      It always helps to have both a manifest and version control block. Most non infected code will run OK if the AV scanner can find both of these. I still use a separate XML file and a RC script but current version of PB can do them in its own notation.
                      hutch at movsd dot com
                      The MASM Forum

                      www.masm32.com

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                      • #31
                        Hallo Chris, what is the latest Update for my EZGUI 5?
                        I could not find an Download-Link easily.
                        Is the SLL-Version included?
                        As i see it this would make sense. Of course not all things may work with SLL, but if its documented what works and what not, that will be fine.
                        --Theo Gottwald
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                        76706 Dettenheim * Germany * info@it-berater.org
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                        Joses Forum * Theo's Link Site * IT-Berater.org

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                        • #32
                          The SLL version is only in beta and you have to email me a request to try it. No changes have been made to the documentation, but the primary issues will be any custom controls I have not embedded into the core runtime (some I have) and any embedded resources the DLL provided (ie. some icons, cursors and bitmaps provided in the runtime DLL are not available).

                          Send me an email for more info.
                          Chris Boss
                          Computer Workshop
                          Developer of "EZGUI"
                          http://cwsof.com
                          http://twitter.com/EZGUIProGuy

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