Seperating winelibs from main wine ( was "Winelib support" )
m.hearn at signal.qinetiq.com
Thu Nov 21 05:28:31 CST 2002
I think what Dimi was talking about was sending the PuTTY team patches
so they could offer a Linux version on their download site, rather than
actually supplying it with Wine.
A couple of questions - if a program uses Winelib, is it all statically
linked or do you still need a wine installation for it to work. Also, if
they ship a Winelib version of the app, do they still use the Wine
button on their site or is that just for apps that work under the PE
On Thu, 2002-11-21 at 12:14, Mark Hannessen wrote:
> Doesn't sound like a basic windows app.
> I do not know any windows program that uses putty
> and there are plenty linux/unix alternatives.
> but it might be usefull to some people. ( i don't know anyone )
> perhaps it is time to seperate all the winelib progs from the main wine
> package and create a winelib package.
> just how knows what people in the future might write.
> paint / control panel / media player / calculator / etc...
> comments please
> Mark Hannessen
> On Thursday 21 November 2002 10:50, wine-devel-request at winehq.com wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> > I'm one of the Wine (http://www.winehq.org) developers,
> > and I just managed to build Putty under Winelib. That
> > is, Putty now runs as a native Linux application.
> > The interesting part is that I've managed to do so with
> > virtually no changes to the source code, just a few
> > changes to the makefile.cyg file.
> > Now, my question to you: are you interested in supporting
> > Putty under Wine, as a Winelib app? If so, I can clean up
> > my changes, and send you a patch for the build system to
> > incorporate in your tree.
Mike Hearn <m.hearn at signal.qinetiq.com>
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