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As much as i understand the problem with windows mfc is that it has its own main() and systemC must used its own sc_main() that calls sc_start().

How can you modify systemC to work like that?

The solution could be to create 2 separate processes that communicate on a socket and systemC will check every cycle if there is something on the socket.

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Entry point is the first problem but I think it is possible to be solved :D .Furthermore, if you want to create separate processes, you still consider windows programming (it provides a real multitask environment). I learn from SystemC. It looks like having it's own scheduler for multitask processing(similar to MicroC/OS). As i knew, there was a thought from OSCI for replacing such scheduler by using OS threads. :)

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