Table Of Contents
|1.||FormatMessage and message tables|
|2.||Dialog and property sheets|
|3.||Bad rumors and good news|
IntroductionThis is the 30th release of the Wine's kernel cousin publication. It's main goal is to distribute widely what's going on around Wine (the Un*x windows emulator).
Mailing List Stats For This Week
We looked at 89 posts in 323K.
There were 34 different contributors. 20 posted more than once. 24 posted last week too.
The top posters of the week were:
1. FormatMessage and message tables
�Archive Link: "FormatMessage"
People: Bertho Stultiens,�,�Dave Pickles,�Uwe BonnesDave Pickles asked for some support on the implementation of FormatMessage, with the FORMAT_MESSAGE_FROM_SYSTEM option. This allows error codes (for example) to be presented in a more human readable fashion. One issue raised was the way to create the message tables (there are resources anyway, so can be added to any module). Bertho Stultiens pointed out that
2. Dialog and property sheets
�Archive Link: "propsheet weirdness"
People: Andreas Mohr,�Andreas Mohr, while toying with a code example from Petzold's Windows Programming book, ran into some bad behavior in Wine. After some investigations (from Corel's Serge Ivanov and Thuy NGuyen), it turned out that the program had the same behavior under Windows... Anyway, Andreas posted a patch to enhance EndDialog() behavior regarding bad window handles.
3. Bad rumors and good news
�Archive Link: "Applix FUDs Wine"
People: Ian Schmidt,�Ove Kaaven,�Jutta Wrage,�Gavriel State,�,�Jeremy White,�NewsIan Schmidt reported two bad Wine quotes from the News:
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