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« on: December 29, 2012, 06:45:03 PM »
Hi Edgar,
I seem to have found one mistake in winerror.h (line 2621).
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#define NOERROR             0
#define E_UNEXPECTED                     0x8000FFFF
#define E_NOTIMPL                        0x80004001
#define E_OUTOFMEMORY                    0x8007000E
#define E_INVALIDARG                     0x80070057
#define E_NOTIMPL                        0x80000001
#define E_OUTOFMEMORY                    0x80000002
#define E_INVALIDARG                     0x80000003
#endif //WIN32
I've noticed that the first set of error codes is returned by both x86 and x64 COM objects. It looks like in the original MS headers "_WIN32" doesn't mean "not _WIN64", since they are both defined, for example, when you build a 64-bit C++ program in Visual Studio.

Original WinError.h.
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#if defined(_WIN32) && !defined(_MAC)
// MessageId: E_NOTIMPL
// MessageText:
// Not implemented
#define E_NOTIMPL                        _HRESULT_TYPEDEF_(0x80004001L)


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Re: Headers
« Reply #1 on: December 30, 2012, 12:10:06 AM »
Thanks Yuri,

I'll correct the error, probably have an upload next weekend with several small fixes.
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