[Bug 30563] WinBuilder v082: Error "Invalid floating point operation." occuring when running application.

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Wed May 2 07:56:04 CDT 2012


Ulrik Dickow <u.dickow at gmail.com> changed:

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--- Comment #5 from Ulrik Dickow <u.dickow at gmail.com> 2012-05-02 07:56:04 CDT ---
(In reply to comment #1)

> For example in default WINEPREFIX:
> ~/drive_c/windows/system32/gecko/1.5/wine_gecko/mozjs.dll

A ".wine/" was missing here, i.e. the path is (on x86 Linux = 32-bit):


Linards: you should NOT create any directory yourself.  It has already been
created by wine.  Gecko-installation happens automatically by wine in Fedora 16
if you've put the Gecko MSI in /usr/share/wine/gecko yourself first (as said on
http://wiki.winehq.org/Gecko).  Remember to use the 1.5 Gecko for Wine 1.5.x.

As for the errors produced by the original mozjs.dll, the "Invalid floating
point operation" message was quite on the spot, caused by an attempt to convert
a too large floating point number to an integer.  This might happen at other
places in the wine code too, like it did in the for me completely unusable wine
1.3.24 hit by bug 27776, fortunately quickly fixed in 1.3.25.

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