hintak_leung at yahoo.co.uk
Sun Mar 30 12:35:26 CDT 2008
--- On Sat, 29/3/08, pure_evil at mail.bg <pure_evil at mail.bg> wrote:
> From: pure_evil at mail.bg <pure_evil at mail.bg>
> Subject: Don't bother...
> To: "Hin-Tak Leung" <hintak_leung at yahoo.co.uk>
> Date: Saturday, 29 March, 2008, 5:51 PM
> I tried compiling it against wine's source tree, it spat
> out a bunch of
> warnings. When I wrote to him, that's what he replied:
> >guess what, that's a different compiler.
> 'winegcc' != 'mingw32'. Did I say
> something about crosscompiling? AFAIK you dont (cant?) use
> stuff compiled
> with winegcc on windows because it depends on wine.
> >I just thought you might want to look at a sample that
> builds and lives
> outside so you could test you code on win too.
> So, it's not what you think it is :( It's not
> usable as wine driver.
I am a bit lost about your comments. I have both winegcc and mingw32.
I am quite familar with the latter and new to the former.
I am using the appropriate ones (mingw32 for the printproxy, and winegcc for ddiwrapper).
The printerproxy needs cross-compiling (and it works alright against current wine), ddiwrapper needs to be built with winegcc (and does not build against current wine).
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