mike at theoretic.com
Sat May 3 05:25:00 CDT 2003
I'm afraid it's not that simple, IE provides a lot of functionality,
it's not just the web browser control (though that is a large part of
it). IE also extends the shell system a lot for favourites, history etc
etc. Off the top of my head (got to go in a few mins, probably this list
is too short) it provides:
- BROWSEUI (internal)
- URLMON (url plugins)
and a few other things, and of course that's all COM so you have to
watch for unknown class factory fixmes.....
On Fri, 2003-05-02 at 23:13, KK singh wrote:
> I have tried ie5 installation on wine and failed,
> I am trying to find workarounds for not using IE.
> Given a windows executable, can i detect which IE
> dependent calls it is making ?
> Or exactly what calls both direct api's and COM
> Interfaces are successful if IE5.5 is installed and
> fails otherwise.
> any pointers shall be helpful to me...
> PS: thanx for the earlier replies.
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