Talk:OS2386.LIB Information generated with EMXIMP

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250k of generated output is too much, better use a link to a compressed text file

Martini (talk) 04:15, 20 October 2016 (CEST) I don't understand why you say 250k it is too much. I need to have this text available so it can be referenced on searches on the wiki and the Internet.

Keep them on your own website and make link if necessary. No category, no interlinks, lousy formatting - simply no wiki content, sorry.--ak120 (talk) 12:00, 20 October 2016 (CEST)


Martini (talk) 13:50, 20 October 2016 (CEST) Andreas, who are you decide what is useful or not? Please stop deleting it. Developers needs to know what is inside this library. Why are you trying to hide this knowledge from the developer community. I will improve the format, but please do not delete a work in progress. This is not the wikipedia with evil editors, do you want to became one of those evil wikipedians??

Why you cannot sort it? It's totally useless. Developers know how to use LIB and IMPLIB and are able to use an editor.--ak120 (talk) 19:54, 5 December 2016 (CET)

Martini (talk) 17:59, 6 December 2016 (CET) The idea of the wiki is to have people that can learn to be developers also with the contents of this site. Assuming developers knows all about how to use a LIB is not helping people learning to develop. "It's totally useless." it is not a correct statement, maybe "It's totally useless for Andreas" is the right one.

I don't realize why you have OS/2 DLL Entry Points Cross Reference when here's no additional information?--ak120 (talk) 21:39, 27 January 2017 (CET)

Martini (talk) 22:06, 27 January 2017 (CET) This page is the work of Paul Ratcliff and I think it is important for people that founds any issue on one of this functions and doesn't know what it is or where is located. Let looks for example if you search for "BookWndProc" on google [1]. There are only four source of information about it on the internet, if Paul's page gets offline and we don't have this page on the wiki, nobody will know where is "BookWndProc" located. The same applies for other functions. This page works as reference for this strange functions that someday a developer may find by using OS/2.