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Old 07-23-2002, 05:11 PM
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Attached is the compiled help file from the latest release of EventVB - useful for getting the API declaration, example usage and constatnts for a large number of API calls.

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Hope you don't mind my moving it to the Code Library.
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Nope - although it may confuse people as it's not a VBP...I should hopefully have the "proper" release done by this weekend.
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I am really impressed by this documentation. It doesn't specifically
need to be a VB Project to fit here.
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The chm was created by Document!X from Innovasys.
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Burst my bubble. Here I thought you spent countless hours
assembling that file.
Nice to know that there are documentation systems that can do
things like this.
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Here I thought you spent countless hours assembling that file.
The documentation is driven from tagged comments so in a way I did spend countless (unchargeable) hours writing it....
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