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Axel E. wrote:
| yes, of cours, and your response is probably a good example of how to
write a default response to a post
| But do you know something about how to get some information about
| where to start if one wanted to implement that API ? I am
| almost exclusively coding on a Linux platform — so I need a little
| help here.
The Microsoft Development Network is a good start for all things MS API
Given the amount of blogs hosted on MSDN, maybe you can even find one
about Handwriting (or at least Tablet PCs), too!
Heck, depending on how the WIN32API gem works, it might be possible to
access this API from Ruby, too (rapid prototyping :).
As a note: If you haven’t developed for Windows yet, or ever, it might
be a good idea to look at .NET rather than Win32, especially to make
64bit versions available in an easier way. Maybe you can use Mono, too.
If you feel brave, though, you could work through Raymond Chen’s
‘exercises’ on his blog, The Old New Thing:
~ - You know you’ve been hacking too long when… …you make a
proof and try to compile it to test if it is correct.
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