Dimitrie O. Paun
dpaun at rogers.com
Sat Nov 2 09:31:51 CST 2002
On November 1, 2002 12:35 pm, Jeremy White wrote:
> We would create a parallel CVS tree to Wine; say the
> winesetuptk tree. We'd put that code out under
> a dual license (GPL/but we still own rights).
> I'd probably welcome multiple maintainers.
First off, thanks for the offer -- it's generous, and very
useful IMO. It certainly sounds interesting, and I would like to
take a peak at the code. The big problem I have with WineSetupTk
it's that it's written in Tcl/Tk (I suppose). I don't know the
language, and I don't care to learn it. Moreover, I think Wine
should use itself for such tools, so we get to use all the nice
controls we have <g>. One thing that I'd like to see is a
programs/winesetup utility that's based on WineSetupTk, but
it's written in C, with the Win32 API & Controls.
Again, this may be a pipedream, I don't know how much effort
it would entail, but it's certainly something to think about.
It's a nice project for someone familiar with the Win32 API,
and little knowledge of Linux (if any) is required, so maybe
someone will set up to the task (hint, hint :)).
Now it's my turn: comments? flames? :)
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