winequartz.drv: Add mouse events handling and stub window creation support. (take2)

Matt Finnicum mattfinn at
Tue Nov 21 11:30:53 CST 2006

I've heard two good reasons why end of file new-line characters are a
good idea. First, if you were to concatenate two files together (such
as how i think the prepreocessor handles a #include), without that
newline the last line of the first file and the first line of the
second file would be appended together as one long line, instead of
being one after another. Secondly, the lack of a newline could
indicate a corrupt file / broken pipe.

On 11/21/06, Steven Edwards <winehacker at> wrote:
> On 11/20/06, Jaap Stolk <jwstolk at> wrote:
> > it seems to be "official" :-)
> > This is in section of the ANSI C 1989 standard. Section
> > of the ISO C 1999 standard (and probably also the ISO C 1990
> > standard).
> Thanks I found it.
> Each instance of a backslash character (\) immediately
> followed by a new-line character is deleted,  splicing
> physical  source  lines  to form logical source lines.
> Only the last backslash on any  physical  source  line
> shall  be eligible for being part of such a splice.  A
> source file that is not empty shall end in a  new-line
> character,  which shall not be immediately preceded by
> a backslash character before any such  splicing  takes
> place.
> --
> Steven Edwards
> "There is one thing stronger than all the armies in the world, and
> that is an idea whose time has come." - Victor Hugo

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