more mmtimer questions
oliver_stieber at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Feb 12 14:47:52 CST 2005
--- Oliver Stieber <oliver_stieber at yahoo.co.uk> > >
> > I guess that's a long way of saying that yes, I
> > think you have
> > identified a flaw in the code, but that I can't
> > imagine any way it's
> > could cause the problem you're seeing.
> would something like....
> void TIME_MMTimeStop(void)
> if(InterlockedExchange(&TIME_activeTimer, FALSE))
> get around the critical section problems or should
> code be change to use it's own critical section or
Hmmm, my never trust a dyslexic programmer on a
now that I've read the code I can see that my
suggestion would require three states and spin, so why
not just use a critical section?
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