win32 dbus-launch.bat replacement
ralf.habacker at freenet.de
Tue May 29 06:09:41 PDT 2007
Tor Lillqvist schrieb:
> Ralf Habacker writes:
> > from http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa365247.aspx
> > In the Windows API, the maximum length for a path is MAX_PATH, which is
> > defined as 260 characters.
> And then immediately below, it says:
> > The Unicode versions of several functions permit a maximum path
> > length of approximately 32,000 characters composed of components up
> > to 255 characters in length. To specify that kind of path, use the
> > "\\?\" prefix.
> And one should strive to use only the Unicode versions of all
> functions that take path names nowadays, as Unicode (UTF-16) is the
> what the "NT" (Windows 2000, XP, Vista) kernel actually uses for file
> names etc.
I've appended an updated source for dbus-launch.c, with some MAX_PATH
related fixes, some additional error printing and stuff to distinguish
Are there any other issues with this code beside Tor's unicode
suggestions ? Otherwise I would check this file in.
As I'm not very experienced with the unicode stuff, I have added this
conversations as TODO item. Anyone feel free to implement the missing
unicode conversation stuff.
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