Re: Tech question re: Windows CE

From: David Mertz <voting-project_at_gnosis_dot_cx>
Date: Thu Jun 22 2006 - 13:39:32 CDT

Ron Crane <voting@lastland.net> wrote:
|The names of the source files do not necessarily have any resemblance
|to the name of the library file an app developer links to to call them.
|But, from the report you cite, it certainly does appear that the ITA
|examined only the source for Diebold's apps and not its configuration
|of (and quite possibly changes to) Windows CE.

Just to second what Ron Crane says: there's no necessary relationship
between the names of source files and those of object files. It's
certainly *common* to use 'Foo.c' to generate 'Foo.dll' or 'Foo.exe',
but there's no particular requirement to arrange it that way. Foo.c
could also well have a target of 'msFoo-1.37.dll'. I have no idea what
Microsoft chooses to do with this; but you might well find some info on
MS developer sites, or Usenet groups about WinCE.

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