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Roman



Joined: 21 Apr 2012
Posts: 323
I have two interfaces. How did join\split in one interface ?
Fasm windows 1.71
For example:

Code:

Interface AMFIn,\
             Query,\
             Addref,\
             Release

Interface AMFContext,\
                    Init,\
                    Submit



I write short and simple two interface, but in my program i expected many
functions in interfaces !

I try do, fasm compiled but AMFIn like function but not like interface:

Code:

Interface AMFContextSplit,\
                    AMFIn,\ 
                    Init,\
                    Submit


In AMFContextSplit absent Query,Addref,Release !
Post 11 Mar 2017, 13:58
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bitRAKE



Joined: 21 Jul 2003
Posts: 2624
Location: dank orb
IIRC, the interface macro does not support inheritance - you will need to duplicate the parent interfaces, including IUnknown. I wrote my own versions for the syntax I wanted to use.

https://github.com/bitRAKE/rib-rub

I see you are making progress from you videos on YouTube. Look forward to seeing a demo of what you are up to.
Post 14 Mar 2017, 04:39
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