Road to 1.0
kingofallhearts999 at gmail.com
Tue Mar 20 14:14:45 CDT 2007
I kind of agree with him too, Since we can't really just test every single
API, obviously, the best thing to do is setup a 1.0 test quite of sorts,
where you have either a ton of little applications trying things whether
theyre known to work or not, or one big wine made ap which tests as much as
we can, which gives nice detailed output or something, and reaching 100%
compatibility with this "Toolbox" of sorts would let them drop the 1.0 down.
Or we could say in a few years have some kind of huge community event, where
everyone goes through alllllll the possible appdb aps they can and give
updated test results, when say 75%+ hit platinum you could call it a mile
On 3/20/07, Robert Shearman <rob at codeweavers.com> wrote:
> Dave Bialac wrote:
> > My personal thought is that Wine should head in the direction of 100%
> > compatibility with a particular version of Windows. Anything that ran
> > on that version should run on Wine 1.0 with no problems. Any thoughts?
> That just isn't going to happen any time soon. If we were 100%
> compatible with one version of Windows then we would be 99% compatible
> with other versions too. That would be really nice, but due to the way
> we implement Wine using black-box testing there are always going to be
> implementation differences and there are known bugs in many areas that
> we simply don't have the developer resources to fix at the moment.
> I think the only viable way to drive for 1.0 is feature or applications
> targets, with applications compatibility driving test cases and bug
> Rob Shearman
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