winpos.c & module.c - minor ms-windows compatibility
boaz at hishome.net
Wed Mar 24 00:33:33 CST 2004
Dimitrie O. Paun wrote:
>On March 23, 2004 2:46 am, Boaz Harrosh wrote:
>>Probably in the version I was working on, when this fix was done, There
>>was something Screwy with the exceptions and the kernel code did not
>>catch them. But now it does and returns a proper error.
>But if that's the case, why is the test marked as todo_wine:
>+ void* pProc = GetProcAddress((void*) 0x117 ,"NotARealFunc" ) ;
>+ int err = GetLastError() ;
>+ ok(pProc==NULL, "GetProcAdress copes with BAD HModule error is %d\n",err);
>+ printf( "GetProcAdress copes with BAD HModule error is %d\n",err);
I don't think there is a point in submitting this test. I Just sent it
because it was there. and thought may be you wanted to have a look.
The test does pass with or with out the todo.
If on the subject. I have a question:
What to do with testes that throw an exception ("fly") but don't do so
on ms-windows? leaving that in, would stop the test application, and all
tests after that would not preform. I did have a couple of cases like that.
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