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    Default FXRuby and OLE container ?

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    receive objects to store in a database for instance ? Or to display an =
    HTML page inside my application ?
    I have found an example of using Windows' clipboard for exchanging text, =
    but nothing to deal with other types of objects like images or even OLE =
    objects.
    Where can I find information on this topic ?

    Greetings,
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    Jérôme Hauss Guest

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    Default Re: FXRuby and OLE container ?

    Jérôme Hauss wrote:
    > Is it possible for an FXRuby to have an OLE container in order to
    > receive objects to store in a database for instance ? Or to display an
    > HTML page inside my application ?
    > I have found an example of using Windows' clipboard for exchanging text,
    > but nothing to deal with other types of objects like images or even OLE
    > objects.
    > Where can I find information on this topic ?
    I only know of one FXRuby user who is trying to do some FXRuby and OLE
    integration, and so I have forwarded your question to him.

    Lyle Johnson Guest

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