Fwd: Test Header

Alexandre Julliard julliard at winehq.com
Sat Mar 15 15:36:20 CST 2003

Jon <jon_p_griffiths at yahoo.com> writes:

> Finally, all references to stdout have been removed - this allows the tests
>  to be built with msvcrt or libc and work. This in turn allows developers to
>  check that c library differences (e.g. printf formatting) won't affect the
>  test results, without rebooting to rebuild/re-run the tests under native
>  windows. It also means you can manually call _chkstk when implementing
>  undocumented calls to ensure that you have the parameters and calling
>  convention correct (a coming patch implements this function for builtin
>  msvcrt).
> Note we have to define __NO_INLINE__ when we make the tests, since otherwise
> our non-stdout referencing calls get mapped straight back to referencing
> stdout by the glibc headers, and msvcrt will blow up trying to write to a non
> existant fd.

This is wrong; if you link with msvcrt you have to use msvcrt headers,
and then everything works fine, including references to stdout. If you
mix glibc and msvcrt you are in trouble.

Alexandre Julliard
julliard at winehq.com

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