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post-factum(R)

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08.08.2011, 18:45
 

HX, FPC and TryEnterCriticalSection (DOSX)

With the last FPC v2.4.4 it's not possible to run WIN32 binaries using HX. It reports:

dpmild32: import not found: TryEnterCriticalSection
dpmild32: file kernel32.dll

Could it be fixed?

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marcov(R)

17.08.2011, 19:28

@ post-factum

HX, FPC and TryEnterCriticalSection

> Yes, Free Pascal. I need win32 to run under HX to get multithreading and
> dlls. But anyway I've fixed it myself by copying EnterCriticalSection and
> replacing INFINITE with 0.

Afaik there is an ifdef in the sources to go back to win9x compatibility.

At least there is in -trunk.

post-factum(R)

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09.08.2011, 16:09

@ Japheth

HX, FPC and TryEnterCriticalSection

Yes, Free Pascal. I need win32 to run under HX to get multithreading and dlls. But anyway I've fixed it myself by copying EnterCriticalSection and replacing INFINITE with 0.

> FPC? Doesn't that mean FreePascal? AFAIK this tool has a native DOS
> version, so HX is of little use here.
>
> Anyway, I don't want to modify any sources of the scheduled HX v2.17.

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% uname -a
Linux eternity 3.0.1-pf #1 SMP PREEMPT Fri Aug 5 21:45:05 EEST 2011 i686 Intel(R) Pentium(R) Dual CPU T2330 @ 1.60GHz GenuineIntel GNU/Linux

Japheth(R)

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09.08.2011, 16:02

@ post-factum

HX, FPC and TryEnterCriticalSection

> With the last FPC v2.4.4 it's not possible to run WIN32 binaries using HX.
> It reports:
>
> dpmild32: import not found: TryEnterCriticalSection
> dpmild32: file kernel32.dll
>
> Could it be fixed?

FPC? Doesn't that mean FreePascal? AFAIK this tool has a native DOS version, so HX is of little use here.

Anyway, I don't want to modify any sources of the scheduled HX v2.17.

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