Anonymous committed 1304c51

Fixed overlong text constants for VS.NET 2003.

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 	$(top_srcdir)/config \
 	$(top_srcdir)/examples \
 	$(top_srcdir)/doc \
+	$(top_srcdir)/doc/capi \
 	$(top_srcdir)/doc/src \
+	$(top_srcdir)/doc/tutorial \
 	$(top_srcdir)/test \
 	$(top_srcdir)/test/c_api \
 	$(top_srcdir)/test/util \
 * Merge transform smooth scale changes in rev. 1715:1717
 * Rewrite and fix up numpysurfarray and numpysndarray
 * Add prebuilt package for Win32 VC++ builds.
+* Refine quitting for SDL_QuitSubSystem wrapper.
 Things to ADD:


     void (*quit_func)(void)
+  As the functions also will upon exiting the Python interpreter instance,
+  no Python specific objects or calls must be used.
   This will not check the argument for being *NULL*.
 .. cfunction:: int Uint8FromObj (PyObject *obj, Uint8 *val)


         tmptext += l + "\\n"
     tmptext = tmptext.replace ("\\n", "")
-    while len (tmptext) > 2000:
+    while len (tmptext) > 1900:
         # Split after 2000 characters to avoid problems with the Visual
         # C++ 2048 character limit.
-        newtext += tmptext[:2000] + "\" \\\n\""
-        tmptext = tmptext[2000:]
+        newtext += tmptext[:1900] + "\" \\\n\""
+        tmptext = tmptext[1900:]
     newtext += tmptext
     return newtext
 _sdl_quit (PyObject *self)
     _quit ();
 static PyObject*
     Uint32 flags;
     if (!PyArg_ParseTuple (args, "l:quit_subsystem", &flags))
         return NULL;
+    /* TODO: SDL related modules does not quit correctly, etc. as the
+     * _quit() hooks are not called! */
     SDL_QuitSubSystem (flags);
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