Juan Lang juan_lang at yahoo.com
Wed Apr 30 21:14:44 CDT 2003

I've got iphlpapi.dll working reasonably well.  The
platform-specific functions I put in a new file,
ipshared.c.  I compile this into iphlpapi.dll, and I'm
trying to compile it into wsock32, also.

Problem is, when I call ioctl from ipshared.c compiled
into wsock32, the ioctl that gets called is the
winsock one, not the UNIX one.  I could use
ioctlsocket, but not every DLL that might compile
ipshared.c uses this hack.  (wsock32 does, ws_2 does
not, netapi does not)

I could export private functions from some DLL or
other, but goes against the recent cleanup work that's
been going on.

Suggestions, anyone?  Thanks,

--- "Dimitrie O. Paun" <dimi at intelliware.ca> wrote:
> On Wed, 30 Apr 2003, Juan Lang wrote:
> > Email me if interested.  No, it's not vaporware,
> it's
> > just not as well tested as I'd like.
> Just send it over to wine-devel for comments, or
> wine-patches
> for inclusion into the tree.

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