RPCRT4 Uuid String functions

Francois Gouget fgouget at free.fr
Mon Oct 22 17:28:56 CDT 2001

On Mon, 22 Oct 2001, David Elliott wrote:
> Hmm, now that I am looking at this I guess the swprintf is defined in NTDLL
> so I should just use that... WHOOPS, did a lot more coding than I had to.
> I will rework this to use the much saner method and resend the patch later
> tonight.
> Oh well, at least we got a free implementation of wcstoul out of it. :-)
> If I am on the wrong track here, lemme know.  Originally I had thought that
> something like a printf function would only be declared in MSVCRT and
> didn't want to import that, but now that I am looking at it it seems that
> MSVCRT only forwards to NTDLL.

   Actually there's quite a few *printf implementations in the Wine
tree. Too many I would say. What's more, IIRC most of them are
incomplete as they do not support %S and %C (Unicode for ANSI printfs,
ANSI for Unicode printfs). I believe this whole thing needs a good
   Ah, I knew I had entered a bug report for that one:

   sscanf too may need some cleaning. Any volunteers?

> Gotta get out of that UNIX mindset and into the windows one I guess.

   Preferably not ;-)

Francois Gouget         fgouget at free.fr        http://fgouget.free.fr/
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