Problem with InstallShield (Was Re: [Bug 629] Changed - Problemwith InstallShield: ole:CoTreatAsClass(stub), ole:CoGetClassObject)

Eric Pouech eric.pouech at
Tue May 7 16:03:32 CDT 2002

Ove Kaaven a écrit :
> On 6 May 2002, Alexandre Julliard wrote:
> > Ove Kaaven <ovehk at> writes:
> >
> > > After the WineX 2.0 release, I've once again been working on completing my
> > > version of the real solution (I'm close to have it working now), but of
> > > course, Gav probably still wants a fair chunk of LGPL-ed code relicensed
> > > in exchange...
> >
> > Last we heard it was to be exchanged against the ALSA driver...
> That was an example of what TransGaming might be willing to exchange it
> against, I don't think Gav made a commitment on that. But the ALSA driver
> is not yet complete, and the situation changed since the suggestion was
> first made; Eric used to be on the Wine side ("against" TransGaming), and
> was willing to write the ALSA driver in exchange for getting more AFPL-ed
> code into Wine, but that was before Wine was LGPL-ed. Now, Eric is on the
> ReWind side ("against" Wine), so now he is also interested in getting more
> LGPL-ed code into ReWind. What he'll exchange the ALSA driver for will
> depend on his priorities, but the deal certainly needs renegotiation in
> any case.

Just to make things clear

When I decided starting coding the ALSA driver, TG offered to sponsor
work. I turned down the offer (don't need sponsor for what I'm doing)
suggested using the money for some other use.
Furthermore, I'm not for or against Wine nor for or against WineX. I'm
trying not to let an important gap being created between all the

The ALSA driver has been started on a X11/MIT license, some people
currently are
giving an hand to shape it better (David Hammerton did some testing and
fixing for 0.5, Marco Pietrobono is currently fighting with the awes of
0.9 interface, but that's another story), and will remain under the


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