winspool.drv: Write-strings warnings fix
Andrew.Talbot at talbotville.com
Mon Jun 26 02:02:00 CDT 2006
Mike McCormack wrote:
> These strings should really be const. IMO, a better fix would be to add
> a cast to cast them back to (char*) than to change their storage class.
The trouble is, if you leave them as they were, you get a write-strings
warning, since you are pointing a writeable pointer at a read-only string).
But if you cast, thus:
CHAR *dtype = (LPSTR) "RAW";
... then you swap the write-strings warning for a cast-qual one.
In general, it's a solution that Alexandre has accepted.
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