Compiling test application (Notepad) with winelib - executeable
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Sun Jan 1 15:21:53 CST 2006
Sunday, January 1, 2006, 2:22:05 PM, Richard Wild wrote:
> Hi all,
> I was trying to compile the test application (Notepad) with winelib to
> get a feel for how to use it. I followed the instructions in your docs,
> but ended up with a target file notepad2.exe.so. The instructions imply
> that I should end up with an executable called notepad2, since they tell
> me to run it.
> If I run the .so file it segfaults, so I assume it really is a shared
> library and not just an executable with a funny name.
> I want to understand what I've done wrong here, because if I can't get
> this right I certainly won't be able to port anything complicated. I'm
> sorry if this has been asked often before, but I couldn't find an easy
> way of searching the mailing list.
> I am using WINE-0.9.4 built by Adam Schreiber for Slackware 10.2.
> P.S. Here is my output (so you can see exactly what I did):
> rich at radhagovinda:/usr/local/src/wine-0.9.4/programs/notepad2$
> Segmentation fault
No winelib application is not a standalone as you would think. You need
to run it in the same way as all the rest exe files: 'wine notepad2'.
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