15235RE: Vim 6.0h: Win32 compile problem
- Sep 1, 2000Brent Fulgham wrote:
> > I don't see a problem on my Win 98 system. I would expectOK, so it's a Mingw32 problem. Your suggested patch contains:
> > the ACL functions to return a FAIL on Windows 95 and 98,
> > which is handled correctly.
> Unfortunately, they appear to be stubbed out in such a way that
> they allow the executable to be successfully linked, but fail
> at runtime (i.e., when it loads the ADVAPI32.DLL). I'm afraid
> #ifdef's will be necessary.
Won't that also disable the code when I compile with MS-VC on my Win 98
system? I think it's better to add an #ifdef for the ming compiler, since
it's their stub that causes the problem, right?
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