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.
Thanks. Waiting for your good news.
Is there any news for 32-bit? Thanks.
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.
Thanks. Very good.
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.
We are checking this and will share our feedback with you shortly.
We will appreciate for additional info:
- When does error appear? right at app start or later during execution?
- Do you use Process Class and its functions get_WorkingSet64(), get_PrivateMemorySize64() in your app?
Yes, just right at app start.
What i tested is your example. And i didn’t find those funtions.
Thanks for sharing this detail. We will get back to you soon with our feedback.
Thanks for your patience.
We have investigated the scenario and as per our findings, modern platforms and build tools were not part of older version of Aspose.PDF for C++. However, we are currently in process to launch new version of the API for 32-bit environment. Would you please confirm if you need to run Aspose.PDF for C++ on Windows XP?
Thanks for your anwser.
Yes. I’m sure.
We still have more than 10% customers who are using WinXP.
It’s a good news for me. Thanks again.
Thanks for the feedback.
We will surely consider your concerns and will let you know in case of further updates in this regard.
Three weeks past. I’m wondering how it going.
My delphi version is almost done.
And I saw these two libraries are ready for x86.
How about Slides and Words? Thanks.