[Win32utils-devel] win32-clipboard issues and support for additional formats
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Fri Apr 17 02:31:08 EDT 2009
2009/4/17 Daniel Berger <djberg96 at gmail.com>:
> Currently the GetClipboardData() function is declared in windows-pr so that
> it returns a pointer. I guess my reasoning was that I was only worried about
> dealing with text at the time, so it was the easiest thing to do. But, I'd
> like to support more formats beyond text, i.e. images.
> However, this can cause a segfault. If you copy a jpeg image to the
> clipboard first, for example, and try to run the following snippet you'll
> see what I mean.
> I think the first issue is that we need to redefine GetClipboardData() to
> return a long (HANDLE). But that means manually converting the handle back
> to a string using memcpy() when it comes to dealing with text. But, since we
> don't know in advance how much text is on the clipboard, we'll need to
> dynamically allocate a string buffer. How do you know if you've allocated
> enough? BTW, I don't think we can use memcpy_s() in practice, since it's not
> supported by VC++ 6.
I guess the memory size of the HANDLE can be retrieved using GlobalSize().
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