how to connect to com object "outside" from wine?
yonatan_maman at yahoo.com
Sun Feb 22 15:05:22 CST 2004
so if I understand you properly, you say that there is
no way doing from _outside_ of wine (no matter what
kind of com object I have), is that correct?
--- Boaz Harrosh <boaz at hishome.net> wrote:
> maman yonatan wrote:
> >my question is there any way to write a client on
> >native (Linux) using g++ and activation the com
> Currently only a Winelib-App can do that look at
> http://winehq.org/site/docs/winelib-user/index for
> what that is.
> How ever if you're client is written in ATL or MFC
> than that is a
> different problem and it will be harder to do.
> >does it make a difference if the com object id a
> >exe, or ocx ?
> ocx is Just a special case of dll. exe is what is
> called an
> out-of-processs server. It is heavier and slower but
> has the advantage
> of being able to be single-tone (all clients call on
> one server). Both
> types are supported under wine.
> Free Life
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