B20.1: Windows32 header tiny patch

Krzysztof Nikiel krzych00@friko7.onet.pl
Mon Feb 15 22:46:00 GMT 1999


I have encountered lines in 'Windows32/Functions.h'
which look somewhat strange:

#ifndef UNICODE_ONLY
#include <Windows32/UnicodeFunctions.h>
#endif /* !UNICODE_ONLY */

#ifndef ANSI_ONLY
#include <Windows32/ASCIIFunctions.h>
#endif /* !ANSI_ONLY */

If UNICODE_ONLY is defined then don't include
UnicodeFunctions.h.

It probably should look like this:

#ifndef UNICODE_ONLY
#include <Windows32/ASCIIFunctions.h>
#endif /* !UNICODE_ONLY */

#ifndef ANSI_ONLY
#include <Windows32/UnicodeFunctions.h>
#endif /* !ANSI_ONLY */

If I am right then the following patch should be applied:

************************************************************
*** Functions.h-orig Tue Dec  1 13:42:02 1998
--- Functions.h Mon Feb 15 08:11:56 1999
***************
*** 34,44 ****
  #include <Windows32/CommonFunctions.h>

  #ifndef UNICODE_ONLY
! #include <Windows32/UnicodeFunctions.h>
  #endif /* !UNICODE_ONLY */

  #ifndef ANSI_ONLY
! #include <Windows32/ASCIIFunctions.h>
  #endif /* !ANSI_ONLY */

  /* Define the approprate declaration based upon UNICODE or ASCII */
--- 34,44 ----
  #include <Windows32/CommonFunctions.h>

  #ifndef UNICODE_ONLY
! #include <Windows32/ASCIIFunctions.h>
  #endif /* !UNICODE_ONLY */

  #ifndef ANSI_ONLY
! #include <Windows32/UnicodeFunctions.h>
  #endif /* !ANSI_ONLY */

  /* Define the approprate declaration based upon UNICODE or ASCII */
***************************************************************************














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