[SPAM] Re: USER32: win16 applications should not see long filenames returned from dialog control (try 2)
Alex Villacís Lasso
a_villacis at palosanto.com
Mon Nov 5 14:04:28 CST 2007
Juan Lang escribió:
>> What do you think about this version?
> Better, but still not correct:
> + ret = DlgDirSelectExA( WIN_Handle32(hwnd), buffer, MAX_PATH, id );
> + if (GetLastError() == 0) GetShortPathNameA(buffer, str, len);
> You shouldn't check GetLastError() for whether DlgDirSelectExA
> succeeded. Rather, just check ret. You have the same problem in
Sorry, but I have to object. According to the documentation in MSDN,
DlgDirSelectExA returns nonzero when the current selection is a
directory name, and zero when it is not. However, plain filenames do not
qualify as directory names, so DlgDirSelectExA won't return nonzero on
them either. I checked on wine's implementation just to be sure. So
checking ret will not tell apart a case of failure from a case of a
plain filename being returned. That is why I need to zero out the last
error and check against it after return.
perl -e '$x=2.4;print sprintf("%.0f + %.0f = %.0f\n",$x,$x,$x+$x);'
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