About

I’m developing software applications in Microsoft environments since 1990.

I’m trying to capture pictures of the world in panoramic view since 2008.

5 Responses to About

  1. John Doe says:

    Just a silly correction, check the spelling for ‘developping’ in the About description above.

  2. David K says:

    Hi – I am trying to contact the Christophe Nasarre who wrote GDILeaks as published “Detect and Plug GDI Leaks in Your Code with Two Powerful Tools for Windows XP” at http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc188782.aspx.

    Our Open Source programs are all Unicode but GDILeaks is definitely not and will not compile when Unicode is set. Some things are easily solved but a lot can’t (or are at least beyond my capabilities). I suspect there needs to be a mixture of char and wchar_t. Is there an updated Unicode version?

    Many thanks

    • Yes David: I’m the same guy :^)
      I did not touch this code since… I shipped it; in a time when UNICODE was barely used and that’s the reason why you suffer now from multi-bytes chars.
      What is the Open Source project you are mentioning?

  3. David K says:

    Thanks for replying so quickly.

    I would have used just private email but couldn’t find your address. This doesn’t have to remain on your Blog if you don’t mind as it really isn’t related to WinRT.

    I downloaded your code and then used VS2013 to generate the modules but failed miserably.

    The Open Source project is Password Safe. The Windows version is Unicode MFC. I did a major update that we decided not to release as it gave users a false sense of security (Feature Request 750 if you are feeling inquisitive), which required a lot more GDI resources and I wanted to use GDILeaks to check I hadn’t forgotten anything.

    Even though this update got scrapped, I thought I would try to get this working for the next time just in case. I am afraid it is beyond me. I just don’t know enough.

    Our website is:

    http://sourceforge.net/projects/passwordsafe/

    Regards

    David

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