test case for MSI problem in America's Army installer

Dan Kegel dank at kegel.com
Fri Jun 2 13:31:30 CDT 2006

I think you can just compile and run it with visual C++ as a standalone app,
with the right commandline options to the compiler.  Let's see: try
the instructions here:

You can also build with the wine build system and then
run the executable with a single commandline option
giving the name of the test to run.  Better ask on wine-devel, I have to run.

On 6/2/06, EA Durbin <ead1234 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> How does one use the test application in the msi/tests folder?
> I know you run it with wine, but without looking through all of the code in
> the application to determine this could you maybe advise me what it expects
> for arguments, or how to work with it?
> Do you pass it an misdatabase, and a DB argument, or how does this utility
> work?
> I don't usually hack in C, but im somewhat capable. I could write a mean
> Hello World Application back in college. My day usually consists of parsing
> data with PERL, but that doesn't mean I can't pick up C again.
> I'd appreciate it if you focused some energy on it, but I would also like to
> know how it works so I can contribute in the future.
> >From: "Dan Kegel" <dank at kegel.com>
> >To: wine-devel <wine-devel at winehq.org>
> >Subject: re: test case for MSI problem in America's Army installer
> >Date: Fri, 2 Jun 2006 07:06:30 -0700
> >
> >Mike M. wrote:
> >>>>[America's Army install crashes, see
> >>>>http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5139 ]
> >>>
> >>>This is as close as I will be able to come to including a test case, as
> >>>this is how I obtained my results.
> >>
> >>If you want me to fix the problem, please submit a regression test to
> >>wine-patches with a todo_wine{} around the code that doesn't work.
> >
> >If that's too hard for EA (he admits he's not a C hacker), maybe
> >I can focus some energy on it...
> >- Dan
> >
> >

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