Misc FAQ improvements
twickline at skybest.com
Sun Jul 20 23:33:01 CDT 2003
Mike Hearn wrote:
> Wine is a program which allows the operation of DOS and MS
>- Windows programs (Windows 3.x and Win32 executables) on UNIX.
>+ Windows programs (Windows 3.x and Win32 executables) on UNIX operating systems such as Linux.
Why not just : Windows programs (Windows 3.x and Win32 executables) on
UNIX operating systems.
Wine runs on BSD, Solaris, OSX as well.
>@@ -440,7 +448,12 @@
> taken place. That said, the documentation is often bad, nonexistent,
> and even misleading where it exists, so a fair amount of reverse
> engineering has been necessary, particularly in the shell (Explorer)
>+ interface. The biggest problem facing Wine though is simply lack of
>+ manpower. At one point, over 5000 people were working on Windows 2000.
>+ While Wine doesn't need to replicate all of Windows (we only cover the
>+ parts needed to make Windows programs work), that's still nearly 10 times
>+ more people working simply on one release than have <emphasis>ever</emphasis>
>+ worked on Wine, in the history of the project.
should you note at one given time ?
>@@ -1142,7 +1161,7 @@
> Make sure you have all the VB runtime libraries installed. You may
>- need to use the native DLL vbrun60.dll
>+ need to use the native DLL vbrun60.dll. You can get some from dll-files.com.
some or them or just "it" if you only need the one dll ?
More information about the wine-devel