[RESEND] regedit: Convert from WCHAR size to maximum required
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Thu Apr 5 12:38:44 CDT 2007
Robert Shearman wrote:
> Byeong-Sik Jeon wrote:
> > Hi,
> > MS-Windows's RegQueryKeyInfo function test result:
> > 1. MSDN means TCHARS when it says 'character' for this function.
> > ==> No.
> > 2. why RegQueryInfoKey is returning a number that is too small
> > ==> No. Currently Wine's RegQueryInfoKey set the right values.
> Sorry, but I think you are wrong. Every Windows function (except for
> CharNext and CharPrev) that mentions "character" actually means TCHARs.
Thank you. you are right.
1. MSDN means TCHARS when it says 'in characters'
==> Yes. I'm sorry to everyboby.
2. MSDN means TCHARS when it says 'in characters' for RegQueryInfoKey's
==> No, I think this is missed MSDN documentation.
RegQueryInfoKey don't process the 'registry valuename string'
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