ResourceMarkAsShareable (Compact 2013)

3/26/2014

This function allows resource ranges to be programmatically designated as shareable.


BOOL ResourceMarkAsShareable(
  DWORD dwResId,
  DWORD dwId,
  DWORD dwLen,
  BOOL fShareable
);

dwResId

[in] Resource identifier, which is a label for a set of numbers. The following table shows the existing resource identifiers and their values, which are defined in Resmgr.h.

Resource identifier

Value

RESMGR_IRQ

0x00001

RESMGR_IOSPACE

0x00002

Although some resource identifiers are for your use, values below RESMGR_BASE_OEM are reserved. Values greater than RESMGR_MAX_OEM are reserved. The following table shows the resource identifiers that you can use and their values, which are defined in Resmgr.h.

Resource identifier

Value

RESMGR_BASE_OEM

0x00080000

RESMGR_MAX_OEM

0x000FFFFF

dwId

[in] Identifer of the resource to share.

dwLen

[in] Number of resources to share.

fShareable

[in] Set to TRUE to mark the resource as shareable, set to FALSE to mark the resource as non-shareable.

Returns TRUE if successful, otherwise returns FALSE.

Before Windows CE 5.0, you were able to define shared resource ranges in the registry, such as IRQs and I/O space.

Header

winbase.h

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