widl: let widl understand typedef enum

Vincent Béron vberon at mecano.gme.usherb.ca
Sat Feb 5 12:22:23 CST 2005

Le sam 05/02/2005 à 12:53, Rob Shearman a écrit :
> Vincent Béron wrote:
> >Since the typedef patch to widl, typedef enum foo {A, B} FOO; was
> >rejected by get_type_vt (unknown-type: 13).
> >
> >Changelog:
> >A RPC_FC_ENUM16 is a VT_I2.
> >  
> >
> Are you sure about this? Elsewhere RPC_FC_ENUM16 is equivalent to a 
> VT_I4 or VT_UI4 (although it is actually only 16-bits on the wire).

Where elsewhere? I only found (in widl) proxy.c:marshall_size_arg(), in
which it's size is 2. I haven't looked in the rest of Wine source.

So no, I'm not 100% sure (no hard proof to lean on), but it was lacking
a type and VT_I2 looked like the proper one.

A type16 which is actually 4 bytes would indeed surprise me, especially
when a type32 does exist.


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