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Date: Fri, 19 Jul 2002 17:17:51 -0400
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On Fri, Jul 19, 2002 at 05:02:23PM -0400, David E Euresti wrote:
>Yep I've determined that what happens is that when you load winmm.dll,
>this dll proceeds to load all these devices.
>I don't know why winmm.dll is in the file  but there it is.
>LoadDLLfuncEx (waveOutGetNumDevs, 0, winmm, 1)
>LoadDLLfuncEx (timeEndPeriod, 4, winmm, 1)
>I don't know what the fix is as I don't know why you're autoloading the

So, maybe "you" shouldn't really be in this mailing list then if you are
not interested in figuring this kind of thing out.

You obviously know how to use grep, so you could be spend an additional
few seconds understanding why these routines are being used.

As I mentioned before, this isn't a list for idly wondering.  If you want
to do that, stick to cygwin AT cygwin.


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