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Windows questions / Date-Time Picker
« Last post by John Z on December 28, 2021, 06:03:34 pm »
When I put the Date-Time picker on dialog window in Pelles C and use the Dialog TEST capability the date picker works wonderfully. I especially like being able to click the Month header and it switches to Year, click again and it switches to Decades.  Very nice.
BUT
When I actually run the program the Date-Time picker shows a Blue Month header and clicking it just presents a dropdown list of months.  I don't understand why it changes.  I'd like what shows in the Dialog Test mode to be
in my exe.

Any ideas?  The only thing I can think of is that the Dialog Test mode is using some sort of custom draw, which is nice but does not represent what a user will get.

John Z
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General discussion / Re: Virus/trojan warnings on installation
« Last post by TimoVJL on December 28, 2021, 04:43:12 pm »
after wget in excluded folder
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wget.exe http://www.smorgasbordet.com/pellesc/1100/setup.exehttps://virusscan.jotti.org/en-US/filescanjob/errirtfeuw

AWG Antivirus free
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Win32:MdeClass
poinst.exe and uninst.exe are problem for Avast and AWG
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General discussion / Re: Virus/trojan warnings on installation
« Last post by John Z on December 28, 2021, 11:53:25 am »
The thing is that I never get to the part to be able to install Pelles C, Avast never gives me a chance to touch the file after download is complete, not on any of the two computers I have tested to download it to.
If I ever get to know what the problem is I will let you guys know.

Quote from: Bigstone
Where do they come from since it been stated they are not original files in Pelles C in the first place?

It sounds like your browser has been subjugated by malware, perhaps add-ins.  You are getting alerts on files that are not even part of Pelles C.  I suggest, to help troubleshoot, get one of your friends to download the Pelles C installer program onto a USB drive.  Then try to install on your computer and see if the same virus alerts appear.  This way you eliminate the browser interaction with the download on your machine(s).  Not uncommon to have two machines compromised especially if same network and access.

Respectfully I disagree in part with Stefan.  I do agree every 'antivirus' program will miss somethings and will falsely identify others. I agree Windows Defender has improved considerably as has their malware removal tool.  However there is still a place for third party antivirus programs.  I use GData out of Germany.  Very responsive company.  When it falsely flags a Pelles C program I wrote myself I send it to them they analyze it and fix their scanner.


John Z
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General discussion / Re: Virus/trojan warnings on installation
« Last post by TimoVJL on December 28, 2021, 11:50:53 am »
If you try wget program for downloading, what Avast do then ?

If you ping www.smorgasbordet.com, is result like this ?
Pinging www.smorgasbordet.com [205.178.145.94]
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for alloca use /Go
and for GUID_NULL include lib uuid.lib
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Hi,

So to clarify the 'alloca' error was during the lib build? Or was it during building an executable using the built library?
There should be no errors at all building the library.  It created the lib without issue on my system and with the code I posted, which included fixes for using the current portaudio sources. The built library was in the zip file too.
portaudio.lib 12/22/2021 190KB.

So while I try the build again, please post the particulars of your installed Pelles version, your OS, and if the error manifested during the library build or during building a program using the library.  If during a build of a program using the sample sources they might not be current with the new release of the portaudio lib.  If it is the case of building using the library post the sample source you are using and I'll take a look.  pa_win_wasapi.c was one of the files needing modification.

Thanks,
John Z
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General discussion / Re: Virus/trojan warnings on installation
« Last post by Stefan Pendl on December 28, 2021, 11:12:28 am »
Forget any of the Antivirus programs, they are all rubbish.
To avoid any issue with your AV program follow these rules:
1. always download from the original site, never from a software collection site
2. disable the AV program, if the download fails, and download again
3. if I remember correctly, VirusTotal also allows checking download URLs
4. never buy any AV program, if your mind is clear Windows Defender is enough, no other software can creep into windows that deep
5. install without AV program active, if VirusTotal reports a majority of no problems
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Hi John! Thanks for the zip file. I moved the portaudio.lib into my pellesc project dir paex_record, where I have the paex_record.c example and I only got
these errs:POLINK: error: Unresolved external symbol 'alloca' - referenced from 'portaudio.lib(pa_win_wasapi.obj)'.
POLINK: error: Unresolved external symbol 'GUID_NULL' - referenced from 'portaudio.lib(pa_win_wdmks_utils.obj)'.
So this is a lot farther than I got trying to follow the original poster instructions, which I think are for an older version of portaudio. Thanks for the work so far! Happy holidays.
 
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General discussion / Re: Virus/trojan warnings on installation
« Last post by Bigstone on December 28, 2021, 01:03:01 am »
The thing is that I never get to the part to be able to install Pelles C, Avast never gives me a chance to touch the file after download is complete, not on any of the two computers I have tested to download it to.
If I ever get to know what the problem is I will let you guys know.
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General discussion / Re: Virus/trojan warnings on installation
« Last post by frankie on December 27, 2021, 11:31:17 pm »
I have the compiler on different machines controlled by Norton and Kaspersky antivirus. The first sometime reports a "possible" adware on the compiled executables not on the compiler itself.
I complained with Norton.
The Kaspersky never complained.
In any case no strange files are reported by them.
I suppose that the problem is in your computer. Could you make a clean installation by removing the whole compiler first: remove all directories and files from the compiler installation, especially the addin directory and files. Execute a full deep antivirus scan (possibly something better than AVAST). You can eventually use the MS malware remover Windows Defender.
Then reinstall PellesC and run it without any addin that you haven't compiled by yourself.
Please then let us know  :(
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