tonglebeak at gmail.com
Tue Sep 19 20:14:14 CDT 2006
Vincent Povirk wrote:
> I believe you misunderstood my problem. If the same program tries to
> register the same hotkey twice, it will fail. However, if another X
> program (or another wine program) has already registered a key and you
> try to register it, this will cause an X error. Which is fine, but I
> don't think I ever got around to properly handling the X error.
> On 9/19/06, Aaron Slunt <tonglebeak at gmail.com> wrote:
>> The above link I looked at, and I saw this person was apparently
>> crashing with the patch when trying to register a hotkey twice (that's
>> how I interpreted it).
>> Anyways, I looked at the patch, and cleaned it up so it applies to the
>> current git tree. Anyways, it seems that I simply cannot reproduce the
>> crash he was talking about. I binded F1 in HLSS (Half-Life Sound
>> Selector), and opened another copy of HLSS. It simply would not allow me
>> to register the key again. So I closed the second copy of HLSS and
>> opened Ventrilo. I attempted to bind F1, and again it simply would not
>> allow it.
>> And let me make this clear, not once did I crash with this patch. HLSS
>> works (fundamentally, not perfectly) when using it with Counter-strike
>> (the hotkey works, there are window management problems though which
>> have nothing to do with this) and I just never crashed with it.
>> I'm attaching the patch for others to test if they could, and to see if
>> a crash can be reproduced. But to me it looks like the work Robert Reif
>> and Vincent Povirk is a huge success.
As I had said...I might not have been clear on it. I tried both
instances you just said, and not once did have any problems.
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