Two enhancement requests for winetricks
jan-winehq at h-i-s.nl
Wed Jun 9 01:09:19 CDT 2010
Thanks a lot.
Regarding your comment on id=127 "want uninstall":
Could this useage (use winetricks ONLY on a relatively empty .wine
directory to troubleshoot) be documented on every place in the
winetricks documentation directories ?
This is not the way the documentation feels at:
e.g. a short point explaining this, and that there is NO way to remove
winetricks will help here.
At this point, even the Ubuntu standard wine packaging includes
winetricks. This leaves end-users with the impression that they are
integral part of wine, and thus maintained.
Wine has been maturing.
I now have a stable Windows environment, which required a few winetricks
a year ago. This was then reasonable.
I really will not anymore remove the .wine directory to delete all
installed applications including keys & settings.
If I can help with starting an uninstaller, I am willing to put in some
time: A helpful step for me as a user would be to begin with a few cases
that can simply be implemented (e.g. cc580, which I could remove
recently due to a bug fix).
I also see some application-like entries (7zip, firefox, gecko, python,
vlc, wmp) where the package uninstaller may work.
Dan Kegel wrote:
> OK, filed
> http://code.google.com/p/winezeug/issues/detail?id=127 "want uninstall"
> http://code.google.com/p/winezeug/issues/detail?id=128 "want status"
> - Dan
Hoogenraad Interface Services
3500 GS Utrecht
More information about the wine-devel