TAB doesn't work for controls anymore
wine-devel at kievinfo.com
Sun May 18 17:40:37 CDT 2003
I was thinking about this too. AS far as Russia's laws go, they de permit reverse
engineering for a propose of interoperability when there is not enough information
provided. Besides, how else could you find this "undocumented features"? I would even
say "completely opposite from what documentation say".
Sunday, May 18, 2003, 3:55:26 PM, you wrote:
> On Sun, 18 May 2003 23:45:12 +0200, Joerg Mayer <jmayer at loplof.de> wrote:
>>Isn't it a bit dangerous that people who disassemble M$-Code also submit
>>patches to wine?
> I was also curious about that and asked in the newsgroup but I got no really
> usefull answer so far. In Germany and Austria there shouldn't be a problem
> with this ( as long as the new EU-Urheberrechtsgesetz is not in force). But it
> could become a problem in the US and other countries.
> Maybe wine should move it's servers to Russia? :)
> If you want to be able to really support games then there has to be a lot of
> work in reverse engineering in order to get the copyprotection in place.
> Otherwise wine will be only able to run cracked versions.
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