tntjpgriff at tsnxt.co.uk
Thu Feb 1 05:36:20 CST 2001
> Actually I suspect there's another problem with your patch. since you
> cast the return values to void*, WINE_UNICODE_TEXT("abc")+1 will very
> likely be wrong. Also I believe void* arithmetic is a gcc extension.
I haven't checked, but youre probably right. However Ive never come across
that usage of a literal in unicode or ascii (why increment a string lteral
at declaration time?). But doing it to chars is quite common e.g. converting
to a number string ('a' + n etc).
> Do you have a lot of places where your application uses
> WINE_UNICODE_TEXT with a character? I just know of a <10 places in the
Only about 5 cases in VWCL itself.
>Alexandre suggests we just handle the string case and let it fail
> at compile time if it is used with a char. It may be better than
> compiling fine but doing incorrect things.
Either works for me. All I really want is -Wall clean ;-)
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