Still not sure how to pass the arguments or even use the library, but it compiles just fine on Windows 10.
I tried using a DataBuffer.Data(Ubyte Ptr) for the data input/output, but that didn’t work. But I’m sure it can be made too just using this module.
No, I don’t think I can get it to work given my limited knowledge of the subject. I think I might have to adapt the actual C code to a more Monkey friendly source. I just figured I’d try it out and see if anyone could help. I think Encryption is important. Passing the arguments is my current problem, the compiler transforms a DataBuffer.Data Ptr to a “const char *” which causes problems…
Maybe Mark has a few pointers? Pun intended.