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julliard at winehq.org
Fri Sep 26 20:11:43 CDT 2003
Mike Hearn <mike at theoretic.com> writes:
> Why must wines command line options be removed though? They are often
> handy for testing things out.
They break dll separation, and they interfere with the command line of
Winelib apps. It's easy enough to write a wrapper script to handle
options if you want them, but there are cases where you don't want
them, so the Wine kernel must not impose a specific command line
parsing, this should be left to the higher layers.
julliard at winehq.com
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