ntdll/tests: Load test on win95 again
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Tue Jan 10 17:00:51 CST 2006
Am Dienstag, den 10.01.2006, 20:14 +0100 schrieb Alexandre Julliard:
> > - ntdll/tests: Load test on win95 again
> > (kernel32,CreateWaitableTimerA not present)
> A better fix would be to avoid the call completely, the ntdll tests
> shouldn't need to use kernel32 functions.
I asked the Author of this Tests (Vitaliy) for Help:
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winspool: ntdll_test.exe does not load on win95 and NT3.51, because
CreateWaitableTimerA does not exist
vitamin: ok, when you fixed them did you ran them on win9x?
winspool: with my Patch, the tests load and some tests work on win9x
(generated, and a little more)
vitamin: useless anyway
winspool:is it possible to move the affected Tests somewhere in
vitamin: those tests _have to be there_
vitamin: That's what it tests (OM)
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Removing the kernel32-functions out of ntdll_tests.exe will result in
moving nearly the complete OM-test to "kernel32/tests", but the OM is
located in ntdll. This does not match.
Since NT3.51 and Win95 are unable to load the current "ntdll_test.exe",
are we in the Situation to drop WRT-Support for NT3.x and Win95?
While trying to run "winetest-latest.exe", i found several failing Tests
(no counter or "failed" on the WRT-Result-Page).
I picked this one as a start.
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