Drive

Drive.dll is a dll that creates a drive to system directoryor drive similar to existing drives such as C:\. It contains seven classes:

class CContextMenu : public IContextMenu, IShellExtInit
class CDropTarget : public IDropTarget
class CEnumIDList  : public IEnumIDList
class CPidlMgr
class CQDriveClassFactory : public IClassFactory
class CShellFolder : public IShellFolder, public IPersistFolder
class CShellView : public IShellView

Downloads

Download - QDrive.dll - 19 kb
Download Source Code - 62 kb



Comments

  • very bad!

    Posted by fischerman on 08/02/2005 04:19am

    This forum should help beginers too. Without any example and no documentation this article is useless!

    Reply
  • great

    Posted by Legacy on 03/03/2003 12:00am

    Originally posted by: varun

    wow! good programmer

    Reply
  • ATL/.NET Version

    Posted by Legacy on 08/02/2002 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Senthu

    Hi

    I wonder anybody has the ATL or .NET version of this project.

    Thanks
    Senthu

    Reply
  • This is not an original Code

    Posted by Legacy on 03/22/2002 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Shahbaz Ali

    I thought this place was to share some original code and not rebadging someone else's code and place it in a public domain.

    Have a look at

    http://www.microsoft.com/mind/defaulttop.asp?page=/mind/0399/faq/faq0399.htm&nav=/mind/0399/inthisissuecolumns0399.htm

    Download the code and it contains wizard that allows you to create this identical code pointed to by QDrive

    Shahbaz

    Reply
  • need advice

    Posted by Legacy on 03/14/2002 12:00am

    Originally posted by: abunoman rahman

    hello everyone, i am working on a class project which is----

    my program written in c++ with read the data from ascii file or text file or data which has building number/address/zipcode/borough .


    now what i want is microsoft mappoint or any other mapping program or software or application will read my C++ program output and put these information back in the in a text file by nearest places from my college . in this case it will read my C++ program output and compare it with its own data and put information back into text file or data file by closest adressres from my office in an order.

    in this case we would think about comparing distances or altitude and lonlitude.


    have a good day.

    Reply
  • Thanks

    Posted by Legacy on 11/23/2001 12:00am

    Originally posted by: kishore

    thanks a lot for u contribution.

    Reply
  • don't be a jerk...

    Posted by Legacy on 11/14/2001 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Kris Matthews

    Hey, people who are moaning about the documentation:

    QUIT COMPLAINING! You've got source code, don't you?

    Oh, and how much did you pay for it?

    If you don't understand it from the web page, download it, and read the source code, for god sakes.

    Reply
  • Thanks

    Posted by Legacy on 09/23/2001 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Mario Lopez

    Hi, my english is not very good, and i hope so that you understand spanish...

    Me parecio muy interesante tu proyecto, Felicitaciones...

    Reply
  • ANS] How to use this dll

    Posted by Legacy on 09/10/2001 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Ibrar Ahmed

    This is not complete dll. This will give you framework. It will create drive later on your desktop and capture all events. I write blank function for events. i.e.
    If you want make a ftp client and want to make a drive like xdrive (www.xdrive.com). When user click on drive then write your connect code in onclik of this drive and so on. Hence your ftp site looks your own drive. Sorry for doc. I am preparing doc. it will be up there in some days.
    Bye
    Ibrar Ahmed

    Reply
  • MSP

    Posted by Legacy on 09/10/2001 12:00am

    Originally posted by: nazia

    Please tell me abot my problem. My MSPDB60.dll file is missing how can i get it or tell me about code

    Reply
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