win32evtlogutil: How does it works ?
MarkH at ActiveState.com
Wed Dec 6 13:16:33 CET 2000
Dag Sunde wrote:
> The dll-part of the EventLog _is_ a little bit strange... :-)
> You see... The number you give when logging an event is supposed
> to reference an id of a string-recource in the dll you registered
> So you have to create a resource-file with all the strings(messages)
> you need, include it into a dll, and then reference those strings
> by their id from the outside. This is done for nationalization-
> purposes, I think...
Yes - but win32evtlog.pyd _should_ be such a DLL. It should magically
register itself as a valid source of such messages.
All of the messages it comtains are generic - eg, often simply of the
form "%1" - meaning that they are pretty pointless from an
internationalization point-of-view - but they _should_ still work (and
have been known to) for the simple use they were intended.
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