user32: GetClassName should return the number of chars copied.
mike at codeweavers.com
Sun Oct 22 12:30:11 CDT 2006
Dmitry Timoshkov wrote:
> This won't work as expected if hwnd is invalid and buffer contains
> some '\0' terminated data. Probably a better aproach would be to call
> GlobalGetAtomNameA with a buffer of size MAX_ATOM_LEN + 1 allocated
> on the stack (MAX_ATOM_LEN is defined in dlls/kernel32/atom.c as 255)
> and only if the call succeeds copy the data. GetClassNameW neededs
> to be fixed as well.
Yes, I realize GetClassNameW needs to be fixed, but it was late and I
just wanted to get the fix out for comment... which I got... thanks.
Maybe it would be better to call NtQueryInformationAtom directly in this
case rather than working around deficiencies in GlobalGetAtomName?
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