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Upgrading to C5.5

Upgrading to C5.5

Upgrading to C5.5

(OP)
When trying to upgrade a c5 app to c5.5 I get the following error.
Snytax error.  Unknow procedure label at the points 'SystemParametersInfo' in the following code.
Has anyone come across this pproblem.
Please help


  SystemParametersInfo( 38, 0, lCurrentFDSetting, 0 )
  IF lCurrentFDSetting = 1
  SystemParametersInfo( 37, 0, lAdjFDSetting, 3 )
  END
  Main
  INIMgr.Update
  IF lCurrentFDSetting = 1
  SystemParametersInfo( 37, 1, lAdjFDSetting, 3 )
  END

RE: Upgrading to C5.5

(OP)
Ive discovered that it's caused by a product (usually but not always clarionet) overriding the builtins.clw. Unfortunately along the c5.5 path the behaviour changed so that all in all it's now fairly cloudy

If you are getting this message then add the following code snippet to your builtins.clw.
 
  COMPILE('!--Win32',_WIDTH32_)
  MODULE('win32')
    SystemParametersInfo( LONG uAction, LONG uParam, *? lpvParam, LONG fuWinIni ), LONG, RAW, PASCAL, DLL(TRUE), NAME('SystemParametersInfoA'),PROC
  END
  !--Win32

(The middle bit is all one long line)

This should fix it.

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