Diff of /portmidi/pm_common/pmutil.h [22b17b] .. [e1c955]  Maximize  Restore

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--- a/portmidi/pm_common/pmutil.h
+++ b/portmidi/pm_common/pmutil.h
@@ -44,8 +44,8 @@
     Pm_QueueDestroy() destroys the queue and frees its storage.
-PmQueue *Pm_QueueCreate(long num_msgs, long bytes_per_msg);
-PmError Pm_QueueDestroy(PmQueue *queue);
+PMEXPORT PmQueue *Pm_QueueCreate(long num_msgs, int32_t bytes_per_msg);
+PMEXPORT PmError Pm_QueueDestroy(PmQueue *queue);
     Pm_Dequeue() removes one item from the queue, copying it into msg.
@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@
     overflow report. This protocol ensures that the reader will be 
     notified when data is lost due to overflow.
-PmError Pm_Dequeue(PmQueue *queue, void *msg);
+PMEXPORT PmError Pm_Dequeue(PmQueue *queue, void *msg);
@@ -64,7 +64,7 @@
     Returns pmNoError if successful and pmBufferOverflow if the queue was 
     already full. If pmBufferOverflow is returned, the overflow flag is set.
-PmError Pm_Enqueue(PmQueue *queue, void *msg);
+PMEXPORT PmError Pm_Enqueue(PmQueue *queue, void *msg);
@@ -78,9 +78,12 @@
     Pm_Dequeue() could still return 0 after Pm_QueueEmpty() returns
     false. On the other hand, Pm_QueueFull() is pessimistic: if it
     returns false, then Pm_Enqueue() is guaranteed to succeed. 
+    Error conditions: Pm_QueueFull() returns pmBadPtr if queue is NULL.
+    Pm_QueueEmpty() returns FALSE if queue is NULL.
-int Pm_QueueFull(PmQueue *queue);
-int Pm_QueueEmpty(PmQueue *queue);
+PMEXPORT int Pm_QueueFull(PmQueue *queue);
+PMEXPORT int Pm_QueueEmpty(PmQueue *queue);
@@ -106,7 +109,7 @@
     Note that Pm_QueuePeek() is not a fast check, so if possible, you 
     might as well just call Pm_Dequeue() and accept the data if it is there.
-void *Pm_QueuePeek(PmQueue *queue);
+PMEXPORT void *Pm_QueuePeek(PmQueue *queue);
     Pm_SetOverflow() allows the writer (enqueuer) to signal an overflow
@@ -117,7 +120,7 @@
     is NULL, returns pmBufferOverflow if buffer is already in an overflow
     state, returns pmNoError if successfully set overflow state.
-PmError Pm_SetOverflow(PmQueue *queue);
+PMEXPORT PmError Pm_SetOverflow(PmQueue *queue);
 #ifdef __cplusplus

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