Janitorial W->A cleanup objects/metafile.c dlls/gdi/mfdrv/init.c
tony_lambregts at telusplanet.net
Mon Mar 24 16:13:52 CST 2003
Huw D M Davies wrote:
> On Sun, Mar 23, 2003 at 05:43:39PM -0700, Tony Lambregts wrote:
>>@@ -62,7 +65,7 @@
>> DWORD dw1, dw2, dw3;
>> WORD w4;
>>- CHAR filename[0x100];
>>+ WCHAR filename[MAX_PATHNAME_LEN];
>> } METAHEADERDISK;
>> #include "poppack.h"
> This will break compatibility with 16bit metafiles where the mf handle
> is a global memory handle to the above structure. See the comment at
> the top of the file (hint, that's why this structure has elements
and v4 makes the seven words...I take it this is your comment "HDMD -
14/4/1999" .The comment says that this is followed by the path to the file
(METAHEADERDISK) so I changed CopyMetaFile16 so that it uses unicode. I take
it that this is not enough. (dang)
> Now you could create a new struct for 32bit only use if you want...
Well this of course gets messy then. I guess the best bet here is to separate
out the 16 bit functions into their own file and have them retain the current
structure. After that is done, changing the structure in the 32 bit code
should be no big deal. However spliting out the 16 bit code is more than I
bargained for though...
If I do attempt it it won't be right away and I am sure that I will need some
help with it.
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