#18 patch for TRTLCriticalSection in OdbcApi.pas

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nobody
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2004-10-08
2004-10-08
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Hi
I come back with my TRLCriticalSection which doesn't
compile under LINUX, as TRTLCriticalSection is not
known on linux, even having
TTRLCriticalSection=TCriticalSection.

so here is the patch (wich works as on Windows than
Linux) (and which prevent me to make the same
modifications at each update of odbcapi.pas)

Thanks

Index: OdbcApi.pas

RCS file:
/cvs/cvs/_repository/dev/unit/outils/dbxoodbc/odbc/OdbcApi.pas,v
retrieving revision 1.15
diff -r1.15 OdbcApi.pas
74c74
< SysUtils, SysConst {$IFNDEF LINUX}, Windows{$ENDIF};
---
> SysUtils, SysConst, {$IFNDEF LINUX}
Windows{$ENDIF}, SyncObjs;
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< {$IFDEF LINUX}
< TRTLCriticalSection = TCriticalSection;
< {$ENDIF}
<
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< fLockObj: TRTLCriticalSection;
---
> fLockObj: TCriticalSection;
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< InitializeCriticalSection(fLockObj);
---
> fLockObj:=TCriticalSection.Create;
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< DeleteCriticalSection(fLockObj);
---
> fLockObj.Free;
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< EnterCriticalSection(fLockObj);
---
> fLockObj.Acquire;
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< LeaveCriticalSection(fLockObj);
---
> fLockObj.Release;

Discussion

  • Vadim V.Lopushansky

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    You receive what message from the compiler? Try to specify:
    TRTLCriticalSection = class(TCriticalSection);

     
  • Thierry Nivon

    Thierry Nivon - 2004-10-18

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    In fact it's the function as InitializeCriticalSection,
    EnterCriticalSection, ...
    which are define in libc
    but why not to user the TCriticalSection which works on
    Windows as on Linux

     
  • Vadim V.Lopushansky

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    I shall include your correction in the following version.

     

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