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Re: Call "undocumented" NTDLL functions with Cygwin/gcc?
On Sat, Nov 01, 2008 at 10:14:44AM +0100, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
>On Nov 1 03:49, David Arnstein wrote:
>>I would like to use some of the "undocumented" NTDLL functions from
>>within a C or C++ program. I would like to compile this program from
>>Cygwin's C or C++ compiler.
>>The functions I refer to involve Registry operations, such as
>>NtQueryValueKey() and NtEnumerateValueKey(). I found some sparse
>>I could not find these under /usr/include. Any suggestions?
>Many of the ntdll functions and types are defined under
>/usr/include/w32api/ddk. The definitions are not complete so expect
>that you have to create your own header to define missing symbols.
>Patches to extend the files in w32api (maintained by the MingW team)
>are always welcome.
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