Submitting winetricks to winehq tree?
dank at kegel.com
Wed Mar 14 14:01:11 CDT 2007
I haven't been villified yet, so let me try harder. Should winetricks
be committed to the winehq tree? It would be handy for people
triaging Wine bugs to see if e.g. native dcom, odbc, or corefonts
hide a bug.
I've uploaded a new version to http://kegel.com/wine/winetricks
Mainly it adds a -q option to make all the installers quiet,
but it also includes lots of little improvements sent in by
Detlef and Saulius.
Here's the new usage message:
Usage: winetricks [options] package [package] ...
This script can help you prepare your system for Windows applications
that mistakenly assume all users' systems have all the needed
redistributable runtime libraries or fonts.
-q quiet. You must have already agreed to the EULAs.
art2kmin Access 2000 runtime. License required!
corefonts Install MS Times, Arial fonts
dcom98 Install native DCOM, override the Wine implementation
fakeie6 Set registry to claim IE6sp1 is installed
mdac27 Microsoft ODBC drivers, etc.
mono1.1 mono 1.1.13-gtksharp-2.8.2
mono1.2 mono 18.104.22.168-gtksharp-2.8.3
vbvm50 Visual Basic 5 runtime
vbrun60 Visual Basic 6 runtime
vcrun6 vc6redist from VS6sp4, including mfc42
wsh51 Windows Scripting Host 5.1
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