ATL Version of Analog Meter Class

Environment: VC6

This is a modification of Mark C. Malburg's very nice Analog Meter Class.

I had occasion to use this but needed it as an ATL component. So, I've rewritten it, removing all MFC references. Once the .DLL is registered, this component can be dropped into a dialog; for example, in the Visual Studio resource editor. The Testmeter demo is a simple dialog-based app to call a few methods on the component and show how to integrate it. I hope this turns out to be useful.

Downloads

Download demo project - 122 Kb
Download source - 116 Kb


Comments

  • Memory Leak

    Posted by bigEfrom84 on 06/29/2004 11:59am

    Added a timer to demo project to rapidly change value of meter. After a minute, control ceases to operate and display of control (the meter itself) goes blank (all white)

    • Details?

      Posted by gerrymurphy on 08/19/2004 09:14am

      Could you provide more details and perhaps a sample of the code changes you made?

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  • Errors

    Posted by Legacy on 11/21/2003 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Hans Wedemeyer

    AtlAnalogMeter.dll - 5 error(s)

    • More Details

      Posted by gerrymurphy on 08/19/2004 09:13am

      Could you provide more specific details of the errors? I'm guessing you tried to compile a Unicode configuration?

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