Drop-in replacement of windows dll's?
stefandoesinger at gmx.at
Tue May 8 14:31:10 CDT 2007
> I think it would be interesting to see how much of windows will run
> with wine's dlls in their current state. Obviously it would be bad to
> test this with something like user32.dll, etc, but something like
> riched32 and maybe some of the common controls dlls should be ok to
> test with?
There is a windows build available for wine(or used to be) where you can get
PE builds of Wine's DLLs. I think Wine's mshtml.dll allows you to run
Internet Explorer 6 using the gecko engine on Windows, but I never tried
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