Get rid of win9x support #406

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denis-sh commented Jan 24, 2012

I haven't seen any votes to continue win9x support in NG discussion so this pull is here. Just look at additions vs deletions and merge it!
Also an unsafe ExpandEnvironmentStringsA using and minor memory wasting in std.windows.registry were fixed.

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Get rid of win9x support #140

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andralex commented Feb 5, 2012

@WalterBright are you okay with this? If so, @denis-sh you may want to rebase so I can merge.

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Remove __file.d and it's using
* remove `useWfuncs` using
* remove std.__file using
* remove __file.d
* remove variables which have become unnecessary
* remove std.windows.charset import and alias in file.d
Remove unnecessary stuff from std.windows.registry
* remove stuff which have become unnecessary because of previous commit from std.windows.registry
Fix unsafe *A function using
* Supersede unsafe ExpandEnvironmentStringsA using by its *W version
* Remove an outdated commented out function
* Remove std.windows.charset import which have become unnecessary
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denis-sh commented Feb 10, 2012

Rebased and double checked manually resolved conflicts for being resolved properly.

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WalterBright commented Feb 10, 2012

It's time. But also need to update the changelog.dd, and add to the deprecated.dd page on d-programming-language.org.

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andralex commented Feb 10, 2012

@denis-sh could you please operate those changes? Thanks!

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Add getting rid of Win9x support to deprecate.dd #81

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@andralex andralex merged commit 49e4bb0 into dlang:master Feb 18, 2012

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std.process ready for review? #1

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