working together on stdole.tlb and a end to dcom9x
sam124 at operamail.com
Sun Nov 28 20:48:24 CST 2004
No. I used the InstallShield program for Flash MX, and it didn't work. Without stdole32.tlb, it whined like a baby about OLE. With stdole32.tlb, it (not the whole system) froze up during the "preparing" stage when it hit 100% and left a phantom window that was blank when and after I quit Wine. I think, for InstallShield, someone has to implement a special trap(s) for OLE calls. Also, a stdole32.tlb copied from a real Windows system didn't work. Clearly, it isn't a hole in InstallShield, but in Wine's typelib support. Someone should develop a Wine testcase that tests typelibs. Does anyone know of a typelib testcase?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steven Edwards" <steven_ed4153 at yahoo.com>
To: "Vincent "Béron"" <vberon at mecano.gme.usherb.ca>, "Filip Navara" <xnavara at volny.cz>
Subject: Re: working together on stdole.tlb and a end to dcom9x
Date: Sun, 28 Nov 2004 17:54:48 -0800 (PST)
> Hi Vincent,
> --- Vincent Béron <vberon at mecano.gme.usherb.ca> wrote:
> > Was the resulting stdole32.tlb file (generated on Wine) a suitable
> > replacement for Microsoft's? IE, does InstallShield works better with
> > this file than without any stdole32.tlb file?
> I think it will work. One thing we have discussed in ReactOS was using
> the tools as part of our stage2 setup. If there is not a easy way to
> implement these tools in WIDL like Alexandre wanted maybe making them
> tools that are run via wineprefixcreate on first run is a acceptable
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