RtlAtom tests further improved

Fabian Cenedese Cenedese at indel.ch
Mon Apr 7 02:16:23 CDT 2003

 From another mail:

>What Microsoft say doesn't matter; what matters is what applications
>do. Many apps use SuspendThread, and it has to work reliably 100% of
>the time, not just 99%. It's the same argument we had with mutexes,
>and shared memory, etc.  Sure you can simplify a lot of things if you
>don't try to handle "unlikely" cases; but practice has shown that no
>matter how unlikely a case may seem, there is a Windows app out there
>that triggers it. And we want to run *all* Windows apps, not just the
>ones that are lucky enough to not trigger our bugs.
>Alexandre Julliard
>julliard at winehq.com


>I still haven't seen any evidence that this is needed. Do we really
>know of an app that uses the NTDLL atom APIs, or that depends on
>having multiple atom tables?  Unless we find one, there's really no
>reason to worry about it.
>Alexandre Julliard
>julliard at winehq.com

I can understand, that the focus lies on needed things, but it's still funny
comparing these two statements :)

Anyway, thanks for a lot of good work. Peace :)

bye  Fabi

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