Odin 0.6.21632 (2011-05-12)
May 13, 2011 by email@example.com
There is a new version of ODIN on the Netlabs FTP server.
ODIN is the Open Source project to provide a win32 API for OS/2 and eComStation. Originally to allow OS/2 users to run Windows 32 bit applications. Now used to port windows applications to OS/2 and eComStation. The Odin runtime is a requirement for the newest developed versions of JAVA and Flash 10 for OS/2 and eCS.
ODIN website: svn.netlabs.org/odin32
Debug version: ftp://ftp.netlabs.org/pub/odin/odin32bin-20110512-debug.wpi
Odin mailing list archive: dir.gmane.org/gmane.org.netlabs.odin.user
Report bugs on the Netlabs bug tracker: svn.netlabs.org/odin32/report
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- kernel32: Fixed: Parsing .SYM files when printing the stack trace in debug
mode was not thread safe which caused garbage and nested crashes.
- kernel32: SEH: Fixed a number of bugs in __try/__catch hangling that could
cause a bunch of various crashes when unwinding the Win32 exception chain
(usually at process termination, as a result of both a fatal exception or
a clean exit).
- kernel32: Do not use ODINCRT (VACRT) printf when handling XCPT_UNWIND in
debug mode since it's known to produce deadlocks.
- kernel32: To complete the Win32 exception chain unwind support, make sure
it is unwound when the thread terminates itself with ExitThread or
ExitProcess etc. before removing its exception handlers from stack.
- wgss: Added a hack that makes sure the system lock is released when the
thread terminates. This avoids deadlocks at process termination leading to
hanging non-killable zombie processes, which is especially frequent on SMP
- gdi32: Fixed broken TextOut? API family that would draw text flipped along
the base line.
- comdlg32: Made PrintDlg?() use the native PM print dialog instead of the
Win32 clone. This looks much more native and gives access to all printer
- minivcrt: Fixed _fullpath()/_wfullpath() which was broken in many regards
(i.e. it would eat path components starting with "." and "..").