wine/dlls rpcrt4/ rpcrt ...

Greg Turner gmturner007 at
Thu Oct 10 19:10:13 CDT 2002

On Thursday 10 October 2002 06:36 pm, Alexandre Julliard wrote:
> ChangeSet ID:	5742
> Patch:

>--- wine/dlls/	Thu Oct 10 23:54:58 2002
>+++ wine/dlls/	Thu Oct 10 23:54:58 2002
>@@ -821,7 +821,7 @@
> quartz:   kernel32.dll$(DLLEXT)
> rasapi32: kernel32.dll$(DLLEXT)
> richedit: user32.dll$(DLLEXT) kernel32.dll$(DLLEXT)
>-rpcrt4:   kernel32.dll$(DLLEXT)
>+rpcrt4:   advapi32.dll$(DLLEXT) kernel32.dll$(DLLEXT)
> serialui: user32.dll$(DLLEXT) advapi32.dll$(DLLEXT) kernel32.dll$(DLLEXT)
> setupapi: user32.dll$(DLLEXT) advapi32.dll$(DLLEXT) kernel32.dll$(DLLEXT) ntdll.dll$(DLLEXT)
> shdocvw:  ole32.dll$(DLLEXT) kernel32.dll$(DLLEXT)
>Index: wine/dlls/rpcrt4/
>diff -u wine/dlls/rpcrt4/ wine/dlls/rpcrt4/
>--- wine/dlls/rpcrt4/	Thu Oct 10 23:54:58 2002
>+++ wine/dlls/rpcrt4/	Thu Oct 10 23:54:58 2002
>@@ -4,7 +4,7 @@
> SRCDIR    = @srcdir@
> VPATH     = @srcdir@
> MODULE    = rpcrt4.dll
>-IMPORTS   = kernel32
>+IMPORTS   = advapi32 kernel32

Alexandre, thank you for continuing to make up for my ignorance of the inner workings
of the makefiles!  Amongst other things, I noticed that instead of IMPORTS += ntdll, you did
EXTRALIBS = ($LIBUUID).  So, this makes me wonder, how on earth does one know
what all these dependencies are?  It's all-too-easy to suck in some .h file and call methods
without knowing what dll dependencies you've really created... and unfortunately,
the darn thing seems all-too-happy to compile despite this.

Is there, aside from "just knowing," or tracing down API's one-by-one, a task which isn't always
obvious to me anyhow, a systematic way to check for broken dll dependencies?  I also presume
there are some rules about what is allowed to depend on what, which I also don't know...
I'd rather not create superfluous work for you because I don't know what I'm doing, so I
figure it's time to educate myself, especially if I plan to go beyond just feeding you patches
from Ove.



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