fbiggun at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 4 05:08:32 CDT 2003
> | @@ -297,6 +299,9 @@
> | return 0;
> | }
> | + /* psfi is NULL normally to query EXE type, if not none of the
> | + sense anyway. Windows allows this and just returns FALSE
> | + if (psfi != NULL) return FALSE;
> this is obviously wrong (psfi is dereferenced in the remainder of the
> function). I just wonder if it should be removed, or is here a typo and
> should != be == ?
I think this instruction should be removed because it has no sense. When
you query EXE type, this instruction is never reached. A value is always
returned , psfi == NULL or not. In other cases ( file dialog icons for
instance) , this instruction makes things going wrong.
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