System: P150,80MB RAM, NT4.0SP3
I have a CLI program that execs a GUI application.
Just for grins, I want to write to the console that
the GUI application started from.
I set the startupinfo structure like:
si.hStdInput = GetStdHandle(STD_INPUT_HANDLE);
si.dwFlags = STARTF_USESTDHANDLES;
I also set bInheritHandles in both the Thread's
SECURITY_ATTRIBUTE and the Processes' SECURITY_ATTRIBUTE
I call CreateProcess, and the GUI app gets the proper
handles, and when I call WriteConsole (or WriteFile),
and then call FlushFileBuffers (or fflush, or
FlushConsoleInputBuffer or no flush calls) the function
returns properly (non-zero) and the number of characters
written is returned, but I get nothing on the console.
According to the SDK docs,
console output is not buffered in WinNT, so I am pretty
sure I dont need FlushFileBuffers, but it was a good try.
Is this possible?
I know that it isnt that important, but it is driving