user32 : Temporarily disable test for _WIN64.
dmitry at codeweavers.com
Thu Apr 24 23:44:19 CDT 2008
"Erik de Castro Lopo" <mle+win at mega-nerd.com> wrote:
> In include/winuser.h we have:
> #if !defined _WIN64 && !defined __WINESRC__
> # define GWL_USERDATA (-21)
> # define GWL_ID (-12)
> # define GWL_HWNDPARENT (-8)
> # define GWL_HINSTANCE (-6)
> # define GWL_WNDPROC (-4)
> # define DWL_MSGRESULT 0
> # define DWL_DLGPROC 4
> # define DWL_USER 8
> #endif /* _WIN64 && __WINESRC__ */
> which means fixing the test requires first finding out the correct
> values of these defines under _WIN64.
winuser.h already has the correct values for _WIN64.
> That seems a waste of effort
> when I'm aiming to get the simplest of WIN64 apps running, like
> a "Hello world" program that prints to stdout.
I assume that you have all other problems sorted out? (compiler support,
TLS layout, calling conventions, other ABI incompatibilities).
> Secondly, being unable to compile wine configured with --enable-win64
> because of a test for code that has zero percent chance of being
> correct anyway seems counter productive.
It's counter productive to start fighting without investigating the subject
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