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Author erik flister
Recipients erik flister, eryksun, paul.moore, steve.dower, tim.golden, zach.ware
Date 2015-06-13.00:41:02
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well i can confirm @eryksun's method works, so it's not a problem with how the manifest is included in the dll.  to me, the real issue is that ctypes.cdll.msvcrt and find_library('c') aren't correct.  the first returns something "old and unsupported," or "officially off-limits" (depending who you ask), and the second doesn't work when running embedded.  imho, both of them should use @eryksun's method to activate the dll's context, look in the included manifest, and return the msvcr* found there.  why isn't this the correct design?  why should every library have to reimplement the method just to allow running embedded, which they can't be responsible for knowing about?
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