scott at open-vote.org
Thu Apr 12 16:23:32 CDT 2012
On 4/12/12 1:23 AM, Daniel Jeliński wrote:
> Hello all,
> I am trying to get Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio to work
> flawlessly under Wine. For the most part I create and triage related bug
> reports, but recently I also started tinkering with code, specifically
> with comctl library, which I am most familiar with.
> Back on subject. I thought I found a regression - on Wine 1.4 package
> downloaded from launchpad the "New query" button works fine, while on my
> compiled Wine it produces an error. So I did:
> git reset --hard wine-1.4
> and, surprisingly, I still had the problem with the compiled version.
> However after some combination of deleting leftover files, running make
> clean, make depend and make the button started working, so I started
> bisecting, hoping for the best. At some point I started getting bad
> versions, and every subsequent compile was bad - even after I ended
> bisecting and returned to wine-1.4, the button still did not work (and
> it still works under packaged Wine - I use the same install for all
> tests). This time make clean && make depend && make did not help.
Packaged Wine might be different for a few reasons:
1) It is a hybrid 32+64 build, which you can't get in one step on Ubuntu
2) It uses GCC-4.5 (12.04 default is 4.6)
3) It has one small patch for fonts (shouldn't matter in your case)
4) It's built in a clean environment on the build daemon
5) It's installed and run out of tree.
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