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MattDiesel



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MattDiesel
As a general rule, I have never had any problem with the includes other than a bit of confusion with LVITEM vs LV_ITEM. However, this was a bit odd: you are missing a line from api\advapi.inc which should read:

Code:
      RegOpenUserClassesRoot,'RegOpenUserClassesRoot',\    


Is there a reason this function was overlooked? It's not a new function or anything like that (Windows 2000 professional is the minimum OS).

Is this a fairly common thing having functions missing is it a one off?

Mat
Post 08 Mar 2011, 22:09
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Well, I suggest, you correct it if you think it's not right.

LVITEM supersedes LV_ITEM http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb774760%28v=vs.85%29.aspx


Here

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struct LVITEM
  mask          dd ?
  iItem          dd ?
  iSubItem     dd ?
  state          dd ?
  stateMask   dd ?
  pszText      db ? ; TCHAR Rolling Eyes
  cchTextMax dd ?
  iImage        dd ?
  lParam        LPARAM 
  iIndent       dd ?
  iGroupId     dd ?
  cColumns   dd ?
  puColumns  dd ?
  piColFmt     dd ?
  iGroup        dd ?
ends

    
Post 09 Mar 2011, 02:12
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MattDiesel



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MattDiesel
I am correcting as I go, my solution was actually just:

LVITEM fix LV_ITEM

for that particular problem...

Edit: Besides, I don't think that struct is right at all. pszText should be a pointer, so dd not db. The fact that it's a TCHAR doesn't matter to the struct.
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MattDiesel wrote:
Is there a reason this function was overlooked? It's not a new function or anything like that (Windows 2000 professional is the minimum OS).
"New" is a relative term.
MattDiesel wrote:
Is this a fairly common thing having functions missing is it a one off?
There will be many "missing" functions. Most of the existing definitions are from Win95 only.
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