Win16 Support again
Steven_Ed4153 at yahoo.com
Sun Jun 2 22:24:28 CDT 2002
> Yes, most of the 32-bit code doesn't rely on the 16-bit APIs,
> so you can start your work with truely separated 16/32 dlls.
> But *there are* places where 32-bit code relyes on the 16-bit parts.
> And what is more important, is to decide how 32-bit and
> 16-bit code should be separated. I vote for moving them to
> separate files as Alexandre did it for dlls/user/wnd16.c and
> dlls/user/wnd16.c for instance.
I agree with moving the win16 support to its own files. Once that is
done it will be easy to have a configure option to not build win16
support. If Alexandre will accept patches for it I will begin to do it.
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