Make a 16-bit test in wine for krnl386.exe16
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Mon Nov 30 19:32:49 CST 2015
On Tue, Dec 1, 2015 at 2:17 AM, Nikolay Sivov <nsivov at codeweavers.com> wrote:
> On 30.11.2015 21:03, Bruno Jesus wrote:
>> I had a small problem tough, in the compiled version of the program
>> printf works in wine but does not in Windows (no, not a buffering
>> problem, fflush does not help). In Windows not a single line is
>> printed to the console, maybe that is correct, I don't know so I
>> changed to output a text file instead.
> Even if it's not possible for some reason, you can always make it write to a
> file directly.
Yes, that is what the test is doing by using fprintf to output.txt.
>> The question that remains, how to submit a patch that was tested with
>> an external (not wine test suite) program? (test attached)
> Currently the only way is to submit without it, and mention it in a mail.
> Hopefully in the future tests could be kept in similar separate repository,
> and built regularly.
I attached a zip file to the bug containing the test source, compiled
16-bit exe and outputs before and after the test. The output is only
loosely based in wine test suite.
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