Write problem with MS Office 2003
stefandoesinger at gmx.at
Tue May 24 15:45:17 CDT 2005
Am Dienstag, 24. Mai 2005 17:10 schrieb Juan Lang:
> Hi Stefan,
> --- Stefan Dösiner <stefandoesinger at gmx.at> wrote:
> > How do I handle apidl == NULL? As far as I understand, apidl specifies a
> > list
> > of folders/files to be checked, right? If apidl == 0, what folder should
> > I
> > check. Is there some 'current folder' in the IShellFolder class? I
> > didn't
> > find any.
> Right, apidl can't be NULL if cidl is nonzero. If cidl is zero, you
> probably need the check to be in the caller. E.g. in shfldr_fs.c, the
> current folder is what calls SHELL32_GetItemAttributes, from
> IShellFolder_fnGetAttributesOf. Perhaps the dwAttributes member that's
> passed to InitializeEx sets the correct attributes for the current folder?
> I'm not sure.
This->pidlRoot looks promissing
Checking against This->pidlRoot makes writing work. On an write-protected
folder, this check still succeeds(the read-only flag is removed). Perhaps a
test with windows is needed. If I try to write to an write-protected folder
in win2k, Windows simply ingores the write protection. Under Wine there's an
error later on if the file can't be written to.
Is the attached patch correct? I am not sure because I don't know much about
these things, so I am not submitting it to wine-patches yet.
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