Overlapped I/O without an hEvent
gmturner007 at ameritech.net
Mon Nov 25 10:35:47 CST 2002
On Monday 25 November 2002 06:06 am, Martin Wilck wrote:
> Am Sam, 2002-11-23 um 02.11 schrieb Ryan Reading:
> says that for NT/2000,XP, "if the hEvent member of the OVERLAPPED
> structure is NULL, the system uses the state of the hFile handle to
> signal when the operation has been completed". I doubt that wine can
> (easily) support this behavior, but I'm not sure.
wth does that mean? does it mean i can just wait on the file handle as
though it were an HEVENT?
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