programs/dxdiag: beginnings of support for /t option
hverbeet at gmail.com
Fri Mar 11 08:49:02 CST 2011
On 10 March 2011 20:35, Drew Goodwin <drew at drewgoodwin.com> wrote:
> I'm a CS student at UCLA. I and some classmates are adding features to
> wine's dxdiag. Here's the first patch, with code by Steve Feng, Andrew
> Freer, and myself, properly copyrighted and licensed under the LGPL. Once
> this is accepted, we will send a series of patches to support the remaining
> sections in the /t option and the /x option, and add a working gui.
Just some random comments, this is by no means a proper review:
> -EXTRADEFS = -DWINE_NO_UNICODE_MACROS
> +EXTRADEFS = -DWINE_NO_UNICODE_MACROS -D__WINE__
What do you need __WINE__ for?
> +IMPORTS = advapi32 comdlg32 comctl32 d3d9 d3dx9 ddraw dsound dxguid gdi32 kernel32 ole32 oleaut32 shell32 user32 winmm
That's a lot of imports, do you really need all of those in this patch?
> +HINSTANCE g_hinstance;
The way you're using this, that's just a slightly odd way to write "NULL".
> + sysinfo = malloc(sizeof(DxDiag_SystemInfo));
You should typically use HeapAlloc() for memory allocation in Wine,
except for rare cases where you pass the result to a library function
that free()'s it. You also leak the sysinfo, but perhaps that's ok as
long as you exit right after being done with it.
The "g_dxdiagcom_root" global isn't very useful, just pass it to
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