z-ismeretlen at freemail.hu
Wed Apr 3 08:56:18 EDT 2013
After the first run with the DLLs compiled in Visual studio, there was
an access violation. I found that the pointer to FILE structure returned
by g_fopen is not compatible with file operations in MS libraries ( Does
this state the same?
). Forcefully defining fopen over g_fopen solved the issue, but I would
like a different solution. (For example to change all g_fopen calls to
some custom function call, eg. purple_fopen or anything else that can
then be defined separately for MSVC.) I would then use
MultiByteToWideChar to convert the name to wchar_t and the non-standard
_wfopen to get the FILE pointer.
If you know a better way to open files with Unicode filenames under
Windows please let me know.
On 13/04/02 14:58, Tomasz Wasilczyk wrote:
> In newest development version  of libgadu these includes are
> removed, so when upstream gets released and internal libgadu gets
> updated (few months, I think), such phantom files won't be necessary.
> Are there any further issues with GG code?
Not for me at the moment.
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