win16 app crashes in SCROLL_GetScrollRange()
jakob at vmlinux.org
Sun Dec 14 06:22:00 CST 2003
On Sat, Dec 13, 2003 at 03:14:42PM -0800, Alexandre Julliard wrote:
> Saulius Krasuckas <Saulius.Krasuckas at elst.vtu.lt> writes:
> > and what way could it be done in? do you mean writing win16 test app to
> > catch that SBM_GETRANGE16 one? or is it just about handling of ordinary
> > message (SBM_GETRANGE) under odinary win32 system? eghm.. can you explain
> > the process of investigation by using some examples, please? i'd be glad
> > to help.
> In this case, you have to write a 16-bit app, create a 16-bit
> scrollbar window, and send it various SBM_GETRANGE16 messages and see
> what happens. The code itself is simple, the main problem is probably
> finding a development environment for 16-bit code.
Borland C++ 3.1 supports 16-bit Windows.
Saulius, maybe we can work something out? I have original
CD with Borland C++ 3.1.
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