secur32: Use a standard wine list for packages and providers
truiken at gmail.com
Sat Aug 27 04:01:55 CDT 2005
This change gets rid of a couple calls to HeapReAlloc. There was a
pointer to the function table inside memory being ReAlloc'ed so the
function table was being replaced with garbage and the app would crash
when calling a bogus function address. Thanks to Marcus and Mike for
helping out with this.
* Use a standard wine list for packages and providers.
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