Daniel F Jarvis
dfjarvis at oitunix.oit.umass.edu
Mon Mar 4 18:29:19 CST 2002
Yes I realize we're still working on Wine... that's why I'm not afraid to
get my hands dirty. :)
On Mon, 4 Mar 2002 lawson_whitney at juno.com wrote:
On Mon, 4 Mar 2002, Daniel F Jarvis wrote:
> I'm running wine, and quite oftem, I use good ol' PROGMAN.EXE as an access
> point to my win-apps. I launch Progman with the --managed option, but any
> applications I run from within Progman, are not run with this option.
> This is also a problem with program such as Aol Instant Messenger, when it
> creates its own sub windows and what not.
> Is there any place where I can configure how wine apps will call other
> apps it executes. It'd be nice If they could call apps the same way they
> were called, IE, if i call Progman.exe with 'wine --managed
> /c/windows/progman.exe', When i click the notepad icon in progman, it
> should be called likewise with 'wine --managed /c/windows/notepad.exe'
> Can any one help me find where this can be fixed/hacked? I'm a Wine
> newbie, but I'm not afraid to dig around in the sources if need be.
> Dan Jarvis
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