Wine's path VS host path
andi at rhlx01.fht-esslingen.de
Fri Feb 15 19:20:35 CST 2002
On Thu, Feb 14, 2002 at 06:17:56PM -0600, David D. Hagood wrote:
> Due to circumstances beyond my control, I have an embedded system that I
> am developing that uses Windows based compilers. Unfortunately, WinNT
> bluescreens too much for me to be able to work, so I have ported the
> project to using Gnu Make, with the compilers being executed via Wine.
> The problem is that the compilers search the path for their
> sub-components (just like GCC does - the driver calls the preprocessor,
> compiler, assembler, etc.).
> Now, the location of the project within the filesystem is not fixed - it
> depends upon where the developer checks it out. The project has the
> compilers stored along with the code, so the project is
> "self-contained". The project has a shell script that sets several
> environment variables describing the location of the project, and adds
> the needed directories to the Unix path. However, Wine (wisely) does not
> make that path available to the Windows program, so when the compiler
> driver looks for the preprocessor, it bombs.
> As a work-around, I've stated the the developers must install the tools
> into a fixed directory, and add that directory to the Windows path as
> defined in ~/.wine/config. However, it would be nice if the setup shell
> script could add the tools directory within the project automatically to
> the Wine path.
> Has any thought been given to honoring a WINEPATH (or similar)
> environment variable, which would be added to the Wine path at runtime?
My newly submitted patch "implement "App Paths" support" might just be
what you need...
(disclaimer: I did *not* implement it for you ! :-)
Andreas Mohr Stauferstr. 6, D-71272 Renningen, Germany
Tel. +49 7159 800604 http://home.nexgo.de/andi.mohr/
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