ntoskrnl.exe: unimplemented function ntoskrnl.exe.IoGetDeviceInterfaces
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Wed Feb 2 05:48:46 CST 2011
2011/2/2 Qian Hong <fracting at gmail.com>
> Dear Nikolay and James,
> On Sun, Jan 30, 2011 at 11:09 PM, James McKenzie
> <jjmckenzie51 at earthlink.net> wrote:
> > Qian:
> > I would like to echo Nikolay's comment and add one more:
> > Please search through the Bug Reports before submitting a new one.
> I really feel very sorry, I apologize for posting such issues the
> wrong place and making noise. Thank you for your reminder and your
> nice work on wine.
> I have searched the Bugzilla with ntoskrnl.exe as keyword carefully,
> it seems that none of the current bugs mentions unimplemented function
> ntoskrnl.exe.IoGetDeviceInterfaces, so I report a new issue here:
> Wish it not a duplicate.
> > You might receive more assistance on the Wine User list as well. Most of
> > the developers lurk there.
> I'll post such mails on the Wine User list from now on.
> However, may I modestly consults below questions here:
> 1. If a function is implemented in wine dll as a stup, then usually
> this function won't cause crash,
> and the wine debug will output "fix:me ...stup" rather then
> "Unimplemented function", is it right?
> 2. If a function is listed in the Wine API guide,
> http://source.winehq.org/WineAPI/ , and marked as stup,
> then this function must be implemented as a stup in wine source code,
> is it right?
> I've read http://wiki.winehq.org/DebugChannels and
> but I still have some confusion.
> Thanks a lot!
> > Thank you.
> Qian Hong
> Sent from Ubuntu
> Yes, a stub is a first step to implement a function. Sometimes a stub is
enough for the application to proceed.
WineAPI is parsed from wine code, so if it says "stub" in the spec file of
that dll it means there is no implementation yet, and a stub can be
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