ntdll feature detection patch set
nerv at dawncrow.de
Mon Oct 22 07:25:53 CDT 2012
Am 21.10.2012 02:51, schrieb James Eder:
> I've been kicking this patch set around in my local git tree for a
> while and I want to get it out there for comments and maybe even
> inclusion in Wine. Seeing some comments in another thread about
> wineboot made me think I should get these patches out rather than
> holding onto them much longer.
> I feel fairly good about the first 6 patches. They're small,
> bite-sized, and all x86/x86_64 so I can test them easily. However,
> the last two in the series are some what large and do things with ARM
> and PowerPC code. While it looks good to me, I don't have hardware or
> a build environment for them. I may have some ARM+Linux hardware in
> the coming months but I doubt I'll ever see a PowerPC come my way.
> If you have a build environment for ARM or PowerPC I would very much
> appreciate some feedback.
> Also I did some greping and found two other locations in Wine with
> similar do_cpuid type functions: dlls/wbemprox/builtin.c and
> dlls/dbghelp/minidump.c. Would it be worthwhile to have the function
> in a common header somewhere?
Sometimes it's best when you test yourself. You don't need hardware, qemu can emulate ARM, PPC and most other things.
e.g. Debian has images for much platforms.
I only have ARM hardware, but need to find some time to test your patchset.
Further i think patch 7 and 8 should be squashed together.
Best Regards, André Hentschel
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