Hi Jad. Currently the whole app is written in VB, cause I'm far too busy to learn c++ - believe me I tried but I've got too much school work to do b4 I get into uni. I've got a book titled "The Beginners Guide to C++", and so far I've covered about the first chapter so can understand some syntax, but that's about it!Originally posted by Mad Jad
If you'd like some help with some C/C++ code, I'd be happy to. I'm going to want to use your automatic synchronization module with my setup, so just give a holler if you need anything (I'm thinking more from a time, not a skill standpoint). Depending on how the program is structured, the network connection detection could be really easy to do. Using standard WIN32 libraries can greatly simplify some parts of the synchronization task, almost to a VB level.
If you are using C/C++, and I definitely hope you are, I have code snippets I've written and tested for recursive directory scanning, removable disk enumeration, and many similar tasks. Might save you some headache
You are more than welcome to use the program as part of your mp3 car app, but I fear that it may be a bit of a nightmare porting it from vb to c++, especially as vb has very poor / no dll support! When I've finished the project (hopefully soon!) the source will be available to download and modify in any way you want. Can't wait to see your app - haven't got round to downloading your preview yet as I've been too busy with school work.