(no subject) (WAS: Re: Drop-in replacement of windows dll's?)
speeddymon at gmail.com
Tue May 8 14:21:41 CDT 2007
On 5/8/07, Brian Vincent <brian.vincent at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 5/8/07, Tom Spear <speeddymon at gmail.com> wrote:
> > That would be the framework. I appreciate the response. Is this
> > something that either now or in the future will be officially
> > supported by wine, or even a true goal of wine, or is it more of a
> > side project for you and some others?
> It's not an explicit goal, but it does work, and it is a configuration
> that we want to keep working. It's just not a configuration that gets
> tested every day, so there might be some little issues. Previously
> ReactOS was the big consumer of Wine DLL's as PE.
Ok, thanks for the input. Thanks to all of the developers for their
hard work, and dedication. Unfortunately I am going to have to mute
myself on the list (I can hear the sighs of relief now), as I dont
think I am getting anywhere trying to get even trivial patches
committed. I sent a patch over a week ago to correct a trace message
(not the one for winecfg, but one for uninstaller), and it never got
committed. Then I get told to send all of my patches to a developer
privately for review before I send them to the patches list, and when
I send them to that developer, I _basically_ get told that I should
bother submitting them.
I know I'm not good enough to even write conformance tests right now,
which is why I dont work on the major API's or even on the conformance
tests, but sheesh, what do I have to do to get one problematic trace
fixed? I'll send that patch one more time, just to make sure it got
to the list, and I would appreciate someone offering some comment if
there is a reason that it should not be committed.
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