May we use winelib-wcmd as $COMSPEC command processor?

Uwe Bonnes bon at
Sun Sep 8 14:26:46 CDT 2002

>>>>> "Alexandre" == Alexandre Julliard <julliard at> writes:

    Alexandre> Uwe Bonnes <bon at> writes:
    >> > echo $COMSPEC wcmd.exe (I added an echo command to winewrapper)
    >> /home/bon/tmp/wine/compile/wine/dlls:/home/bon/tmp/wine/compile/wine/programs
    >> 088fccb8:Call kernel32.CreateProcessA(40c8248f "wcmd.exe",40c87f04
    >> "wcmd.exe /c I:\\xilinx\\bin\\nt\\ChipView.bat -f magcom
    >> .vm6",405c6c3c,405c6c3c,00000001,00000000,00000000,00000000,405c6bf8,405c6be8)

    Alexandre> The app is passing COMSPEC as application name to
    Alexandre> CreateProcess, so my suggestion won't work, you have to make
    Alexandre> COMSPEC a full path. Setting it to
    Alexandre> "c:\windows\system\wcmd.exe" should work.

It works with a winelib executable, when COMSPEC points to the real file. As
our present built system creates files, comspec must specify this
existing file (or the file must be renamed to an .exe
file). Just as a reference for others...

Uwe Bonnes                bon at

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