wine devel documentation reorganization

Mike Hearn mike at
Sat Oct 23 07:50:35 CDT 2004


As part of my ongoing quest to make Wine hacking less scary, I've 
written some docs on SEH. I'll submit them to the kernel modules section 
when I get net access back.

Just a heads up in case anybody else was thinking of covering that topic.

Eric Pouech wrote:
> As posted on wine-devel, here's a patch to reorganize the Wine 
> Developer's Guide.
> It's gzip:ed because of the size (160KB).
> Here's the changelog for those who don't want to open the gzip:
> A+
> Reorganizing wine-devel:
>         - killing the advanced part
>           (and moving its chapters in both developing Wine and Wine
>        archi parts)
>         - creating a new book on coding practices
>           from i18n.sgml, patches.sgml and porting.sgml (developing 
>              Wine)
>         - creating a new book on some debugging strategies
>           from the old advanced book and cvs-regression.sgml 
> (developing       Wine)
>         - creating a new book on the kernel modules (NTDLL & KERNEL32)
>           from architure.sgml / related DLLs and 
> address-space.sgml,            console.sgml, threading.sgml
>         - creating a new book on the windowing
>           from architure.sgml / USER32 and related
>         - creating a new book on the graphical parts
>           from architure.sgml / GDI32 and related
> Other changes:
>         - removed list of DLLs and their role (from the 
> modules              overview)
>         - removed in X11 keyboard mapping section the part related 
> to            submit a patch

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