Possible wine bug concerning the case of the DbgHelp.h header filename
paulc at voip.null.ro
Wed Jun 12 04:37:25 CDT 2013
On Wednesday 12 June 2013 02:49:26 am Alan W. Irwin wrote:
> I successfully built the ultra-fast ninja build tool on Wine using the
> MinGW g++ compiler. To achieve that success I had to deal with a
> small number of issues including
> one wine/ninja header name inconsistency which is that DbgHelp.h
> (#included by the ninja code) has a lower-case name (dbghelp.h) on
> wine, and the MinGW suite of compilers is sensitive to the case of
> header file names. I worked around this issue with the following
> /home/wine/wine_build/install-git/include/wine/windows/DbgHelp.h ->
> where /home/wine/wine_build/install-git is my install prefix for
> my wine-git build.
> Is Wine following the correct Windows naming convention for this
> For what it is worth, I did a google search for <windows dbghelp.h> and
> most of the hits were for DbgHelp.h rather than dbghelp.h so I can
> understand why the ninja developers used
> rather than the lower-case version of that name.
> If the wine developers here decide this is definitely a wine issue, I
> am willing to write up the bug report on your bugtracker so this issue
> doesn't get lost. A search there for <header case filename> did not
> turn up anything relevant.
The Platform SDK creates DbgHelp.h however it shouldn't matter for Windows
programs as they are case insensitive.
The problem here is that MinGW somehow operates case sensitive so raise a bug
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