wine commandline options
thunderbird2k at gmx.net
Mon Nov 18 11:16:08 CST 2002
This does the trick:
wine winpm-32 -- -Z 128
next time read the docs first instead of the source .. ;)
On Monday 18 November 2002 18:06, Rick Romero wrote:
> I was playing with Pegasus Mail (silver list) to see what I could get
> working. It looks like it doesn't detect winsock.dll using it's own
> 'search algorythm, so the TCP/IP options don't get enabled - hence the
> (paraphrased) 'wtf?' in the silver list description.
> So, I tried to force Pegasus Mail to load winsock explicitly using the
> -Z 128 option:
> $wine winpm-32 -Z 128
> but wine comes back with 'Unknown option -Z'.
> I'm not quite sure how these are getting parsed, but I see in
> misc/options.c parse_options()
> if (*p++ != '-') continue; /* not an option */
> Should exit if the 2nd char isn't a - (am I right?)
> BUT, when parse_options returns to OPTIONS_ParseOptions()
> The following:
> /* check if any option remains */
> for (i = 1; argv[i]; i++)
> if (!strcmp( argv[i], "--" ))
> remove_options( argv, i, 1, 0 );
> if (argv[i] == '-')
> MESSAGE( "Unknown option '%s'\n\n", argv[i] );
> // OPTIONS_Usage();
> Still picks up '-' as an invalid option. My first thought would be to
> stop checking for options after the 1st and 2nd chars are not '-' (ie.
> after the Win32 program name), but I'm not sure if that's correct.
> Any thoughts? (FYI, no, the option didn't make Pmail work.)
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