Custom Windows Program Loader
paul at astro.gla.ac.uk
Sat Oct 29 13:50:35 CDT 2005
On Saturday 29 Oct 2005 05:19, Mike McCormack wrote:
> "You can make a dummy file in your application directory called
> application.exe.local to force Windows to use the dlls in the local
> directory. So say you have IEXPLORE.EXE you would create
> IEXPLORE.EXE.LOCAL and drop the Mingw compiled dlls in to the
> application folder and see how it runs."
Just an aside, if anyone wants some precompiled DLLs to play with, have a look
There's also a cross-compilation stage in WRT, which produces a fair number of
DLLs and Windows executables These are stashed in the same directory as the
winetest executables and kept for about a week or so.
As with other files, the URLs
will always get you the latest.
PS. Please don't run the winetest.exe from non-cron-triggered builds (i.e.
winetest.exe stored inside files matching wine-exe-.*\.zip). They are a bit
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