Trouble with DLL and file (com port) IO
R. Steve McKown
Thu Dec 7 15:55:00 GMT 2006
On Wednesday 06 December 2006 03:13 pm, Dave Korn wrote:
> On 06 December 2006 17:01, R. Steve McKown wrote:
> > Th extension accepts a file descriptor to an open serial port, uses the
> > cygwin get_osfhandle() function to get the corresponding HANDLE, calls
> > the DLL function, then returns. When run, python core dumps somewhere
> > between ...
> Go research what those decorations actually signify. Here's some terms
> to help get you started at Google: cdecl, stdcall, fastcall. Actually,
> nevermind google, you may as well go straight to MSDN.
The dll header file defines the functions using the WINAPI definition, which
appears to map to __stdcall, so I thought the compiler already had the right
information in this regard. I'll research over at MSDN; thank you.
> The only other obvious mistake was spamming everyone on the list with a
> couple of hundred kb of completely useless crud ...
I posted an apology and a correction within 10 minutes after posting an
attachment containing build products, which caused its massive size. I can't
blame you for busting my chops anyway; it was a bone-headed oversight.
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