comctl32.dll and commctrl.dll
dripple at laposte.net
Mon Jan 10 04:11:01 CST 2005
I do agree with you... The point is I'd love to write a how-to run this
app without any windiws license. Which does not mean I do not have a
legal license here... ;-)
Holly Bostick a écrit :
> Rob Shearman wrote:
>> Dripple wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I'm a newbie in wine using and wine developpement. I just need
>>> information about comctl32.dll and commctrl.dll.
>>> I'm trying to have this app
>>> (http://appdb.winehq.org/appview.php?appId=1485&versionId=2451) working.
>>> In fact, it works. But only using native comctl32.dll, which requires
>>> native commctrl.dll.
>>> Is it planned to fix commctrl.dll, to avoid piracy ?
>> You probably shouldn't admit to copyright infringement on a public
>> mailing list.
> I think you're jumping to conclusions, Rob; here's the info on the
> program (from the link)
> Full up-to-date collection of the Watchtower Bible & Tracts Society
> publications ,including full text of the Bible(very precise "New World
> Translation of the Hebrew & Greek Scriptures") with links,also 2-Volume
> "Insight on the Scriptures" -- full encyclopedia of all biblical terms
> and names,all equipped with full-featured search engine.A powerful tool
> for Bible study.(Freely distributed by Jehovah's Wittnesses,no URL
> So the program itself appears to be free (libre), even if there's no
> website to actually get it from ;-) . Now, naturally what is not freely
> distributable is comctrl.dll, but there's no indication that the OP
> doesn't have a Windows licence and if Dripple does have such a license,
> there's no piracy involved, afaik. I have a Win98 licence, insofar as I
> have a retail copy of Win98 that I bought 5 years ago-- I can copy the
> comctrl.dll that is on that disk to my Wine installation without
> breaking any laws, can't I? (Please tell me if not, so I won't do it
> again ;-) ).
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