gri at netcom.es
Wed Feb 20 04:23:26 CST 2002
Thanks for answering at first to Eric Pouech.
Referred to several points:
>did you try to run your program with wineconsole ?
>(wineconsole /usr/client/mcc_gnu/cmpm/cmpmgnu /B100 /Oaaaa-1.ovl)
I don't know about this executable. I don't find wineconsole file
anywhere in wine installation.
>Does your program use global objects, which initialization code could invoke the
>GetStdHandle functions ?
Perhaps I'm going wrong in any of the steps I'm following. I'll explain
what I'm trying to do.When I began to migrate this console based
programs I wanted to migrate them entirely to Linux without using Wine.
I could think of this because my Win32 console programs are designed in
native C and C++ and most of its calls are related to ANSI C, and so the
migration remains simplified. Console management is platform specific
however. I use Win32 console API, and use structures such as
INPUT_RECORD. So I'm using Event.KeyEvent.uChar.AsciiChar and
Event.KeyEvent.wVirtualScanCode to get and manage keyboard inputs. So
it's difficult for me to migrate these calls to, for instance, a ncurses
layer, because I must redefine the complete user interface. So I thought
of winelib library in order to integrate this part of the programs
without changing source code. What I want is add to my program winelib
the same way I'm adding other libraries. I don't want to run the program
as a Win32 native one, but as a Linux native one.
So the steps I followed are:
- I installed wine package, getting it from codeweavers.
- I added the include files in my source code in order to compile
- I created spec file as wine documents.
- I compiled it as documented.
- I added the resulting .c file to my makefile.
- I compiled all the modules.
- I added then following libraries to my makefile linker step:
-lkernel -lntdll -lwine -lwine_unicode. Tell me if that's all right.
- I linked and created the executable without problems.
So, as far as I know, the only place where I call GetStdHandle is in my
console module and for displaying and keyboard interface purposes.
conhanout = GetStdHandle(STD_OUTPUT_HANDLE);
conhanin = GetStdHandle(STD_INPUT_HANDLE);
I don't know if the programs may have any additional implicit call to
>does your program use AllocConsole or FreeConsole ?
No. My program doesn't call explicitly to AllocConsole or FreeConsole.
Thanks in advance. Ignasi Villagrasa.
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