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DirectX10 + DirectInput Headers for GoAsm Here
« on: January 28, 2014, 05:08:26 PM »
Hi all,

Well, I was looking for the GoAsm header file for DirectInput, which seemingly doesn't exist, and thanks to Wayne's program XlatH2Inc (and his kind explanation), I was able to make my own, and also converted the DirectX 10 headers.  I would like to share those here.

Although I am no header expert, I feel the conversion went pretty well, using other DX headers as a general guide.  The original files convert to something quite verbose (lots of comments,etc.), so I removed some extraneous stuff, mostly comments that would have no bearing on assembly.  To edit I used a fine blade, not a chainsaw, so there shouldn't be anything critical missing other than what XlatH2Inc removed.  Also, I removed references to other file includes, so each is a standalone file.  One file, (.h), references all the others (in no particular order).

I went through each file by hand at least a couple of times, formatting the structures, interfaces, and then adding <> to the IIDs where they were needed.  Also, I kept MS comments for each of the interface methods, and although it adds a great deal to the size of the overall package, I thought it would be better to leave those comments in the files.  All are set up as 32-bit unicode headers (all XlatH2Inc options unchecked).  So I hope it's what it should be.  I'm not a C++ programmer, so maybe some double-checking is necessary.

I hope you get some use out of these; I know we sure need them.

I now very much appreciate how much work went into Donkey's GoAsm headers.  :biggrin:   In order to work better with Easy Code there is an additional set with the ".h" suffix.
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Re: DirectX 10 Headers for GoAsm
« Reply #1 on: January 29, 2014, 05:32:39 AM »
Edgar (donkey) has converted many of the headers for GoAsm
he has been busy elsewhere, lately, and hasn't gotten back into the swing yet