>>> /* Unable to get shared memory */
>>> + errno = GetLastError();
>>Aren't you going to need a mapping function to convert Windows error
>>codes to errno numbers? Don't tell me Microsoft was smart enough to
>>make them the same ;-)
>They are the same for "low numbers", which are the ones normally
>assigned to errno. GetLastError() will return a whole lot of numbers
>that are not in the "errno supported set", but the same number is never
>used for the same thing. The net result should be that it'll return a
>somewhat-less-than-helpful error message (just stating the error code),
>but it should be able to show us if this is where the issue is. And we
>can always manually be checed during debugging. This is not
>application, just for testing.
>>(BTW, there was some discussion around this point while you were gone.
>>Dunno if you've caught up on the list traffic yet.)
>Not all the lists. Apparantly not the correct one yet.
Ok. I think I'm caught up now, and I don't find anything directly
related to this. Could be because there was so much mail that I skimmed
some of it a bit too quickly... Could you provide me with a pointer?
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