MSCMS/tests: be more strict and verbose

Saulius Krasuckas saulius2 at
Thu Nov 24 16:35:32 CST 2005

* On Thu, 24 Nov 2005, James Hawkins wrote:
> * On 11/23/05, Saulius Krasuckas <saulius2 at> wrote:
> >
> > +    SetLastError(0);
> >      ret = pGetStandardColorSpaceProfileA( NULL, 0, newprofile, NULL );
> You need to SetLastError to a bogus value like 0xdeadbeef.  I haven't 
> looked at the docs yet, but it may be possible that 0 is a valid return 
> value of GetStandardColorSpaceProfile, and if it's not, we still need to 
> set the return value to something that we know will never be set by 
> either wine or windows.

I've seen this advice a lot of times, but still I think setting it to my 
favorite one 0xfaceabad or decimal 133734404 (for 'leet error') would be 
nice only when we expect test-function to fail (when it returns non 0).  
This isn't expected in the checks I've modified, so lets wait and see if 
it will change.

BTW, this is the case for a two failures on 9x systems, and there I will 
definitely use some of 31eet3 5tuff. :-P

OTOH, those tests aren't aranged in a way letting us to understand, which 
params are checked first.  So I must think on how to reorder them to make 
Wine work just like windows. (if noone else will work this out sooner) :-]

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