Wine regression; app stopped working after 0.9.9

Vitaliy Margolen wine-devel at
Sun May 7 23:21:52 CDT 2006

Sunday, May 7, 2006, 9:26:11 AM, Herman Bos wrote:
> Hi,

> We are using Ambrasoft, a Dutch educational software suite. It currently
> works on wine 0.9.9. But unfortunately not on later versions. When it
> just got out I tried wine 0.9.10, but unfortunately Ambrasoft hangs on
> start up with this release. I was fairly busy but now I'm giving it
> another shot.

> Currently using wine 0.9.12 and it doesn't hang however the application
> reports the following errors:

> [3][error] [13] in functie [MT6SchoolMenu::Main]
> Type mismatch
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> [2][error] [13] in functie [T6SchoolMenu::MT6SchoolMenu::Init]
> Type mismatch
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> [1][error] [13] in functie [CGroepCollection::Initialize]
> Type mismatch
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> [0][error] [13] in functie [MDBAccess::GetGroepLijst]
> Type mismatch
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Log string:
> AmbraSoft.Ini bestand gevonden, Access version (location=M:\Ambrasoft\
> provider=Microsoft.Jet.OLEDB.4.0) Schoolpakket 9

> The software uses an MS Access database and it looks like it goes bad in
> that department. I'm not sure how to supply more information.

> If requested I could build it with debug symbols and backtrace it
> (although i'm not sure with which parameters). Currently I'm using the
> ubuntu package from winehq but that probably doesn't matter.

> The number 1 reason I would like to try this new version is because I
> noticed improved esd support in the changelog of 0.9.10. I hope it works
> (we use thinclients that use esd for sound).

> Any hints/tips/tricks/feedback would be appeciated.

> Kind regards,

> Herman Bos

Do regression testing. Find the patch that broke it for you. Try not to
use to much native stuff.


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