Andriy Palamarchuk apa3a at
Wed Nov 7 10:26:48 CST 2001

--- Alexandre Julliard <julliard at> wrote:
> Andreas Mohr <andi at> writes:
> > On Mon, Nov 05, 2001 at 06:20:24AM -0800, Andriy
> Palamarchuk wrote:
> > > Is there any  way to check:
> > > 1) whether Wine process is the first process
> started
> > > for current Wine server?
> > Heh, I should really know ;-)
> > CLIENT_IsBootThread().
> No, this shouldn't be used from user32 (besides it
> won't really do
> what you want). Why do you need this at all?

Some system parameters will be initialized from X
settings. Applications can change system parameters
and expect to read these changes. Chages of system
parameters are not reflected on X settings.

I'm going to initialize system parameters from X
settings only on the first wine process startup, so
all other wine processes for the same wine server can
see the changes made by the first process.
Other issue is fixed with this approach - the values
in registry are not changed back to X settings on
startup of new Wine process.

Alexandre, the submitted patch is not affected by this
issue because none of the system parameters there is
initialized from X settings.

Do you have any other concerns about the patch?

Andriy Palamarchuk

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