Where is the specfile documented nowadays?
billmedland at look.ca
Tue Sep 24 18:48:24 CDT 2002
----- Original Message -----
From: "Sylvain Petreolle" <spetreolle at yahoo.fr>
To: "Bill Medland" <billmedland at look.ca>; "wine-devel"
<wine-devel at winehq.org>
Sent: Tuesday, September 24, 2002 3:52 PM
Subject: Re: Where is the specfile documented nowadays?
> Go at:
> or look at chapter 3.4 of the winelib documentation.
Why do you think I asked?
For how long has it been impossible to include the name, mode etc?
Does the rsrc still work
do the imports still work?
The one answer that no-one has yet provided is "man winebuild"
> --- Bill Medland <billmedland at look.ca> a écrit : > I've just come back
> to WineLib after a long time and discovered that
> > things
> > have changed a bit.
> > (As a result my code finds the builtin dll but complains that it
> > loaded the
> > so but the dll is not found; I guess it hasn't been named or
> > something)
> > I guess we need to update the winelib documentation and the "binary
> > dlls"
> > part.
> > As I understand it the spec file format has changed significantly
> > over the
> > past year and half the contents go somewhere else. In particular all
> > that
> > seems to go in the spec file nowadays is the entrypoint and the
> > actual
> > functions.
> > Can someone point me at the current documentation or is there none.
(I guess we ought to do something about winemaker too; it still names things
> > Bill
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