WinLib is some code that implements a simple set of classes useful for
writing windows programs. Basically, a message dispatcher class that allows
you to assign windows messages to members of a class, similiar to the way
that MFC handles this. However, it's not overly bloated like MFC. It doesn't
contain members for every possible message, and handlers for the entirety of
the Win32 API. I use it for all of my windows programs.
It's small, it's fast, and source is included. Use it however you like.
Don't presume I'm responsible if you use this code and something bad happens.
You don't need to give me credit (though I won't complain if you do). I just
ask you don't take this code and hand it out as part of a similar package
without some extensive modifications.
Included in the package is a helpful help file, and source for same. This
version is newer than the one previously on the page, which had TrayDebugger
in the same archive. The code is the same, it has a new class, and some of
the methods and types have had their case changed. In all other respects,
this is the same as the last release. Enjoy.
[ Download WinLib.zip ]