We have investigated further and would like to verify that 32 bit version of Aspose.Slides for C++ API was never published but only 64 bit version.
Ooh. Then I suggest you stop saling OEM license. Because Unlimited Deployment Locations is not real.
We apologize if above statement caused some confusion for you. The statement does not mean to convey information of system architecture (32-bit or 64-bit), but only deployment locations where you can deploy your application in release mode.
Thanks for reply.
Maybe i made a mistake.
In my situation, what should i do to fix the problem?
Buy another .NET version?
We are checking for further details and possible options for you and will get back to you shortly.
We are currently checking for possibility if we can provide you a 32-bit version of the API. As soon as we reach to some conclusion, we will surely share with you.
We would like to share with you that we have decided to provide 32-bit version of C++ APIs. However, it requires some time to prepare them for 32-bit architecture and we are currently working over it. We will surely provide you an update as soon as respective work is completed. Please spare us little time.
I tried Aspose.PDF_for_C++_19.1 on xp.
But I get “Can not locate K32GetProcessMemoryInfo in kernel32.dll”.
Look at this rank, XP is still alive
Could you kindly share the code snippet that you tried and screenshot showing the message that you received.
OS: Microsoft Windows XP [5.1.2600]
VS: Visual Studio 2017
I tested example, and just change to Visual Studio 2017 - Windows XP (v141_xp).
Aspose.PDF for C++ does not offer any limitation to the OS. A 64-bit version of Windows XP should allow the API to run without any error. Would you confirm if you are trying a 64-bit version of the operating system.
I’m trying to run my app under 32-bit version of Windows XP.
Aspose.PDF_for_C++_19.1 is support 32-bit.
K32GetProcessMemoryInfo is not available under WinXP.