[PATCH 1/3] gdi32/tests: Test BitBlt() to an enhanced metafile.
cdavis at mymail.mines.edu
Sun Nov 22 12:00:55 CST 2009
Austin English wrote:
> On Sat, Nov 21, 2009 at 11:15 PM, Charles Davis <cdavis at mymail.mines.edu> wrote:
>> Dmitry Timoshkov wrote:
>>> "Charles Davis" <cdavis at mymail.mines.edu> wrote:
>>>>> You forgot to remove if (1).
>>>> It goes away in patch #3. I thought I already had this discussion with
>>>> There's a reason it's there. EMF_BITBLT contains two BitBlt() records,
>>>> but the EMF we're comparing it to only has one. That's because one of
>>>> them is if(0)'d out because it crashes on Wine. So, if we try to compare
>>>> the EMF we produced to the EMF we expect, it will fail. Last I checked,
>>>> Alexandre doesn't like it when tests fail. All tests must pass on his
>>> There are 2 solutions for that:
>>> 1. use todo_wine in the test, and remove it in a patch with the fix
>> The test will fail on Windows if I do that.
> That won't affect windows. It will only fail on wine if it passes.
You don't understand. The expected EMF bits contain TWO BitBlt()
records, but the EMF produced by the test contains only one. It will
contain only one on both Wine and Windows, because one of the calls to
BitBlt() is if(0)'d out. So the test will fail on Windows if the call to
compare_emf_bits() is marked todo_wine.
Oh, and you didn't reply to all. Was that intentional?
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