Oops!

If you’ve tried to use the modified version of Scintilla that I described in my MSDN article, you will find that the zipped sources don’t actually have the changes that I made.  That was my fault; when I was packaging the sources, I had two versions of ScintillaWin.cxx around, and I picked the newer one,…

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ITfCompartmentEventSink::OnChange means what it says…

I got caught by this recently.  ITfCompartmentEventSink::OnChange means what it says.  If you repeatedly store the same value into a global compartment, the event sinks will not fire.  If you store a different value into the compartment, the event sinks fire just fine.

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Compartment Values

I’ve been working with compartments recently, and I’ve run across a few ‘features’ that tripped me up.  I figure if I’ve run across them, others have too. Although MSDN says that you can put integers, BSTRs, and interface pointers into a compartment, you can not store interface pointers or strings into a global compartment (that you…

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