The structure that defines a component within WinGate. You pass a pointer to a ComponentEntry object to RegisterComponent in order to register your component with the host (WMC or WinGate Engine).
The size in bytes of the ComponentEntry structure.
The UUID of the component.
The null-terminated name of the component that's displayed to the user.
The version number of the component. This value is displayed in the Modules panel inside the WinGate Management Console.
Specifies whether this component is public. Public components will notify other modules of their existence via their own ComponentEntry
Used by the framework internally. Do not modify.
A space for some private data to be stored by your component for access in functions that pass you a ComponentEntry * such as Notify
Pointer to the function to query whether the interfaces for the component can be initialised. See Remarks
Pointer to the function that initialises the component's interfaces. This will not be called by the framework unless QueryInitInterfaces
has returned true;
Pointer to the function that receives notifications from the framework.
Starts the component
Instructs the component that it needs to store its configuration.
Instructs the component that it needs to refresh its configuration.
Before a component has its interfaces initialised by a call to InitInterfaces, QueryInitInterfaces is called to see whether it is ready. A component can use this to wait until all components it is dependent on have had their interfaces initialised first.