ntdll: Added stubs for the Rtl*GenericTable* functions
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Sun Dec 24 17:23:58 CST 2006
Patrik Stridvall wrote:
>>> 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.
> Any implementation of anything must start somewhere. But OK we can let the
> stubs remain in the spec file if crashing applications is preferred and
> unstub them for each complete implementation.
> Still applying the patch minus the .spec change won't hurt and is a good
No. Having stubs that won't ever be called in a totally separate file
makes no sense at all. Until you have a real life program that depends
on this functionality, there is no reason to do anything about them.
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