krb524.dll - calling conventions on Windows
frank.balluffi at db.com
Wed Jun 11 17:17:20 EDT 2003
The pascal calling convention is now obsolete (see http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/vclang/html/_core_obsolete_calling_conventions.asp). The current choices are listed at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/vclang/html/_core_Argument_Passing_and_Naming_Conventions.asp.
[Kermit Project]" To: krbdev at mit.edu, kerberos at mit.edu
<jaltman at columbia cc:
.edu> Subject: krb524.dll - calling conventions on Windows
The upcoming KfW 2.5 release of MIT Kerberos will include a krb524.dll
exporting two functions
KfW has never in the past included a krb524.dll. Instead the KfW Extras
package has included a k524init.exe which was statically linked to the
I believe that several other members of the Kerberos community have
built their own versions of this library. If you are one of them could
you please respond and identify which calling conventions you used when
declaring the functions: C conventions or Pascal (Windows standard).
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