Making builtin OLE32 work right
mike at codeweavers.com
Sat Feb 19 03:09:07 CST 2005
Holly Bostick wrote:
> Now, from what I hear, it's going to become much more difficult for me
> to do even that in the near future, which stinks, as it was already a
Right. Microsoft will help Wine by making it harder to download parts
of Windows, and better to use Wine code. We need to make it easier for
people to let us know what's not working in Wine.
> But this is not really the case, so if the whole affair of getting my
> app working is going to be a PITA any way you slice it, I'd just as soon
> have it be a Linux-only PITA than a PITA with Microsoft secret sauce.
If Wine just works, there's no PITA at all. We need to fix dlls to get
rid of the need to download any "secret sauce". Ideally, fix from the
bottom up, encourage people to say "hey! This behaves differently to the
native dll", and be suprised about it... and note that somewhere.
The application database is a per application thing. What I want is a
list of bugs per dll, not per application.
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