Stubbed implementations and Windows objects
Ian D. Stewart
idstewart at compuvative.com
Sat May 11 23:06:45 CDT 2002
On 2002.05.11 21:54 Dmitry Timoshkov wrote:
> "Ian D. Stewart" <idstewart at compuvative.com> wrote:
> > I am currently in the process of implementing a stubbed version of
> > ctl3d.dll. For functions that return BOOL, I'm printing a fixme and
> > then returning TRUE. What is the convention for stubbed
> > implementations that return a Windows object (HBRUSH, HWND, etc)?
> I think that you better should try to return real GDI object handles
> returned by GetStockObject or GetSysColorBrush.
Ah, that's what I was looking for, thank you! (I'm still kinda new to
this windows programming stuff)
> Regarding HWNDs: what
> ctl3d function is supposed to return window handles?
None, it was really more of a general question.
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