lz32 & kernel32
marcus at jet.franken.de
Tue Dec 10 11:42:56 CST 2002
On Tue, Dec 10, 2002 at 01:06:54AM -0800, Francois Gouget wrote:
> I have checked the Wine spec files against the list of APIs exported by
> the various Windows libraries and started on resolving the
> One of the (smaller) things I found is that in Win2000 and WinXP the LZ
> API is implemented in kernel32 and lz32 only contains forwards that
> point to kernel32. In all other Windows version however, the LZ API is
> not available from kernel32 and is implemented in lz32.
> What should we do? Should we have kernel32 import lz32 and forward the
> LZ functions it? Or should we do like Windows, which means moving the LZ
> APIs to kernel32, and turn all the entry points in lz32 into forwards
> pointing to kernel32 like on Windows?
If the LZ APIs are exposed from kernel32 ... Then I would say yes.
Will the forwarding work for the 16bit version too?
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