spec file syntax for VARIANT parameter
marcus at jet.franken.de
Wed Nov 19 15:15:54 CST 2008
On Wed, Nov 19, 2008 at 01:11:05PM -0800, Jeremy Drake wrote:
> In order to implement OleLoadPictureFile and OleLoadPictureFileEx, it will
> be necessary to change their entries in oleaut32.spec from stub to
> stdcall. The stdcall syntax wants a list of parameter types, which puts
> these functions in an unususal situation: they take a VARIANT (which is a
> struct, in case anyone is not familiar) by value as their first parameter.
> There does not seem to be any type defined in the spec file that fits this
> situation. I have been using ptr in my last couple of patches which add
> stub implementations for these functions, but when I tried to build this
> on cygwin I got errors like:
> undefined reference to `_OleLoadPictureFileEx at 20'
> undefined reference to `_OleLoadPictureFile at 8'
Hmm, use as much "long" specifiers to fit the VARIANT struct (number of bytes/4).
I think VARIANT has 16 byte, so use "long long long long".
> My question is, should my next version of the patch list the VARIANT as 4
> longs, or is there some better way to specify this that I'm not aware of?
> If not, is there a comment syntax for the spec file where I can explain
> why there are 4 long params where there should be one VARIANT?
Currently no other way.
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