Mailing List Archived Message #29

From: "Dave Yeo" <> Full Headers
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Subject: Re: [cwmm-dev] Compiling cwwm
Date: Tue, 28 Jul 2020 23:26:05 -0700
To: CWMM Developers Mailing List <>

On 07/28/20 10:37 PM, Steven Levine wrote:
In <>, on 07/28/20
   at 10:09 PM, "Dave Yeo" <> said:


Well, at least mediafolder.hh and progfolder.hh seem to be hand written
judging by their head, GPL rather then a notice about when and how

The docs say this is OK.  BTW, did you happen to notice the icc /Fs


Also while setting up to replicate your dde4cpe trap, I noticed a missing
#endif at:

#if 0
  virtual MRESULT wpDrop(HWND hwndCnr,PDRAGINFO pDragInfo,PDRAGITEM
  virtual BOOL cwClose();
  virtual BOOL wpSetupOnce(PSZ pSetupString);
  virtual BOOL wpSetup(PSZ pSetupString);
#endif // 2020-07-28 SHL was missing

Sure we're using the same mediafolder.hh? That would be line #322 here and quickly reviewing, it looks like the #endif is at 341. Might have missed a #if though.

Hmm, seems that FILTERFLAGS that I've been chasing is Warp V4 and newer,
which probably explains why I can't get rid of it without introducing a
lot more errors.

Hmmm. :-)

3.74.1 to compile. Haven't noticed any make problems but I guess I
should start over with the hh files using the ones included with VAC++

I'm not so sure this is the way to go.  I rarely believe everything I read
when it does not seem to make sense.  Chris was obviously using the
toolkit headers such as os2.h.  I find it hard to belive he was not using
the SOM header from the toolkit too.

Why? os2.h and the SOM headers are included with VAC++ 3.08 here (found on Winworld IIRC) and the mediafolder/include/wpobject.hh has,
// This file was generated by the IBM "DirectToSOM" emitter for C++ (V1.77)
// Generated at 10/22/96 06:18:53 EDT
// This is class: WPObject
// Mangled class name: WPObject
// SE: May 19/94

While the toolkit version I compiled has,

// Generated from wpobject.idl at 07/28/20 09:09:35 EDT
// By the IBM DTS C++ header emitter version 1.156
// Using cpp.efw file version 1.87

Hmm, they seem like separate programs rather then different versions of sc.
Anyways, I'll have a go using the idl files included with VAC++ tomorrow if not too burned out.
There's also the Warp v3 toolkit on Winworld, looks like floppies though :(
The mediafolder headers in the eCS zip also look interesting.

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