From: Frank Perdicaro <frank@te...> - 2008-11-14 23:14:02
In recent week I have been working with windres (-V 126.96.36.19980109).
For the most part it a good job, but there are a few bugs. The RC
files I have
been working with are quite large, about 100,000 lines when generated
using MSVS 2005.
In the past I worked on a few compilers and more than a few
It was not hard to track down and fix some of the bugs. Can
bug + fix pairs on this list?
On an slightly related note, the SIL editor from SiComponents is very
certainly a wrapper around windres. Nowhere does the SIL stuff mention
windres. The software is for sale here in the US, so this seems
like a clear
I am certain the SiComponents product is a wrapper for windres because
the textual output is virtually identical (a few header changes), but
tellingly, _the bugs are the same_. Although the time was not
for me to do the analysis, it seems really likely that a Markov chain
of the compiled windres vs. the SiComponents product would show
From: Keith Marshall <keithmarshall@us...> - 2008-11-15 17:33:18
On Friday 14 November 2008 22:33, Frank Perdicaro wrote:
> In the past I worked on a few compilers and more than a few
> interpreters. It was not hard to track down and fix some of the
> bugs. Can mention small bug + fix pairs on this list?