Notes R4 redraw problem

Vincent Béron vberon at
Thu Jun 20 13:24:31 CDT 2002

Le jeu 20/06/2002 à 14:16, Ian Pilcher a écrit :
> Tony Lambregts wrote:
> > 
> > Binary searching  is very efficient. As far as the theory goes I am 
> > confident that a binary search for the bug should take 12 or or less 
> > itinerations. The problem with this is that sometimes there are other 
> > regressions that mask the original regression. I do not have lotus notes 
> > (any version) but I do know about regression testing using CVS.
> > 
> Tony -
> If a binary search needs to be done, I'll do it.  (I can build and
> install Wine in about 10 minutes on my system, so the compile time won't
> be a problem.)  I am hoping to avoid it, however, because I'll have to
> carve out and set up a complete test partition; I always use RPM to
> install software on my production systems, and I don't want to spend the
> time tweaking the SPEC file for each build.
> Hopefully someone will be able to make sense of a message trace.
> -- 
> ========================================================================
> Ian Pilcher                                           pilchman at
> ========================================================================

Wouldn't it be possible to just install it in a scratch directory in the
home dir or in /tmp? That's what I do now for test builds, and it works
pretty well. I just use a wrapper script (yes, another) to wine, which
sets up the environment variables needed for it to work (PATH,

In fact, I attach it here if you'd need it (or if somebody else needs
it). Of course, you also need to tell ./configure
--prefix=/where/you/want/it, then it's a normal make depend, make, make

The first time, you'll also need to modify your wine.conf and install
the basic registry. And when you're finished with it, rm -rf (or F8 in

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