If you read my last post you know what I mean..
Thunking under windows 98 is terrible thing..
If you have any ideas about it.. ;)
Posted on 2001-09-02 17:21:56 by Marty
Thunking is not very common indeed (not common for the coder but very common for the OS who thunks down a lot to the the 16 bit counterparts of the 32 bit system key components).

Matt Pietrek explains it very detailed in his excellent 'Windows 95 System Programming Secrets' book.
I think it's chapter 3 which talks about thunking in detail.
Get the ebook here

Hope it helps!

Bye

Latigo
Posted on 2001-09-02 20:02:50 by latigo
Check this thread also...




Latigo
Posted on 2001-09-02 20:07:05 by latigo
Thanks Latigo,

But, there is little problem.. This ebook cannot be downloaded.. URL not found..
:mad:
But, I think it wouldnt be useful for me because it is thunking under win95.. but thunking under windows98 is different..

If you have any next ideas.. Im listenig
Thanks..
Posted on 2001-09-03 14:17:08 by Marty
Sorry for the broken links. Here is the book and here is the Sources Disk.

Did you check the other thread? that one handles thunking in Win98.

Good Luck !


Latigo
Posted on 2001-09-03 16:06:20 by latigo