ntdll: Added stubs for the Rtl*GenericTable* functions

Vitaliy Margolen wine-devel at kievinfo.com
Sun Dec 24 10:53:05 CST 2006

Patrik Stridvall wrote:
> On Sunday 24 December 2006 05:37, Vitaliy Margolen wrote:
>> Is there are any reason why do you need this functions at all? According
>> to ddk they are part of "Installable File System Drivers". This is a
>> kernel level thing only and no user app should use these routines.
> Should, perhaps. Does, well that is a different matter entirely. :-)
> Secondly we could perhaps find use for them ourselves. Splay and AVL trees are 
> nice.
>> Especially stabbing them won't do you any good if something actually
>> using them. But that something has no place to run in Wine yet.
> ReactOS has some sort of implementation of them so I guess we can borrow
Please don't mention ros' code here. It's barred from Wine.

> In any case having them stubbed in better than nothing. I don't think 
Not really. As I said before, if a program uses these functions, then it's:
a) Probably a kernel driver (which acre currently not supported)
b) Won't run at all with stubbed implementation (in case we implement

>From what I've seen Wine prefers to crash instead of returning bogus
data or unimplemented functionality.


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