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  1. #1
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    Different platforms in one sis

    Hello,
    I m searching for the best solution of my problem thats why i m asking for your opinion.
    I ve got the following situation.

    In my project i want to use api which is different for fp1 and fp2.
    Basically all the code is the same but to make it runs i have to separately compile project on fp1 and fp2 platform.
    If i ll not compile it for fp2 and install it there i get panic on defining variable.

    I don t want to include 2 (compiled for fp1 and fp2) myProject.exe to pkg file because it will make my sis twice bigger.

    My class which is using this api has got virtual function so my main class has to derive it.

    How should i solve it ?
    Is it possible to do it using dll by adding to my project 2 same looking dlls but compiled on different platforms?

    thanks in advance

    Nuker85

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    Re: Different platforms in one sis

    You could always try making Ecom plug-ins, and then deciding on run time which one of them you would want to load for use.

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