thanks for wine
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Fri May 12 03:16:28 CDT 2006
Now that you brought it up, clipboard in wine does have some limitations. e.g.
when a process calls OpenClipboard(hwnd), Windows doesn't seem to care if the
hwnd is owned by a thread of the calling process. A process doesn't even have
to have a window in order to grab the clipboard and put something on it. It
can just use the desktop window. Not so with wine.
Although I never fully understood the inner working of Wine's clipboard
implementation, I did try messing with it to see if I could overcome the
limitation - with very limited success:-)
--- Dan Kegel <dank at kegel.com> wrote:
> >> Copy-paste didn't work between wine and Gnome, but everything else was
> >> without a hitch!
> > Doh! What exactly failed? Could you give me the exact steps to reproduce
> > the problem?
> Yes, please do! Let's get a bug filed about this.
> There are quite a few copy and paste bugs in Wine, e.g.
> I wonder if just getting copy and paste working well would be
> a sufficient summer of code project! Too bad submissions
> are closed. Ah, well, next year :-)
> - Dan
> Wine for Windows ISVs: http://kegel.com/wine/isv
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