user32: Fix 64-bit 'msg' test hang in test_timers (try 2).
dmitry at baikal.ru
Mon Nov 21 23:08:10 CST 2011
"Erich E. Hoover" <ehoover at mines.edu> wrote:
> > Why not use kernel32.RaiseException (which is always available) instead?
> MSDN indicates that RaiseException is only available starting with
> win2k, is it actually safe to use? I used RtlRaiseException because
> that's what's used in the ntdll tests and I saw no other exception
> raising examples in a quick "grep" though Wine's tests.
kernel32.RaiseException is just a wrapper around an ntdll one. I'd expect
the kernel32 API be always available despite what MSDN claims.
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