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Title: "Reset" property of the CSQLiteStmt Class
Post by: Paul Squires on March 11, 2019, 09:36:03 AM
Hi Jose,

FYI - you don't have the link set for the "Reset" property of the CSQLiteStmt Class.

https://github.com/JoseRoca/WinFBX/blob/master/docs/Databases/CSQLite%20Class.md

When you scroll down to the description for "Reset" it looks like you did not finish modifying Reset based on a copy/paste of the previous "ReadOnly" property description.

I have to create a small application for my work and am going to use SQLite for the database. This should allow me to properly test you classes.

Thanks!
Title: Re: "Reset" property of the CSQLiteStmt Class
Post by: Josť Roca on March 11, 2019, 11:09:08 AM
Modified. Thanks for spotting it.
Title: Re: "Reset" property of the CSQLiteStmt Class
Post by: Josť Roca on March 11, 2019, 05:42:58 PM
BTW Do you already have tested if the windowsx.bi file that comes with the latest version of the compiler works with your applications? I can't work with DirectShow without it.
Title: Re: "Reset" property of the CSQLiteStmt Class
Post by: Paul Squires on March 12, 2019, 11:06:54 AM
BTW Do you already have tested if the windowsx.bi file that comes with the latest version of the compiler works with your applications? I can't work with DirectShow without it.


I changed AfxCtl.inc to use:
   #include once "win/windowsx.bi"

I have not experienced any issues at this point. I think we can be safe to deprecate the "windowsxx.bi" file at this point.

Thanks!

Title: Re: "Reset" property of the CSQLiteStmt Class
Post by: Paul Squires on March 13, 2019, 08:55:41 AM
I have to create a small application for my work and am going to use SQLite for the database. This should allow me to properly test you classes.

Writing this application for work is allowing me to find usability issues with the visual designer. It is turning out to be a good exercise and should help accelerate the completion of the visual designer development....although... I am heading to Jamaica all next week :) :) :)]