Simple but awesome demos of Wine?
austinenglish at gmail.com
Mon Feb 2 19:05:20 CST 2009
On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 4:27 PM, Eliot Blennerhassett
<linux at audioscience.com> wrote:
> Dan Kegel wrote:
>> I'm going to be giving a Wine presentation at
>> Cebit next month. You can see a draft of the
>> presentation at
>> (I will say lots more than is written there; the
>> slides are kept simple on purpose, with just
>> the key idea in the caption.)
>> A large part of the presentation
>> will be demos of platium-rated apps.
>> Can people suggest compelling apps to demo?
> For the engineerings LTSpice
> Its authors are wine-friendly. This from the online help
> "LTspice detects whether or not it's running under WINE. If so, it works
> around a few WINE issues. You can force LTspice to think it's running
> under WINE with the command line switch –wine. You can force it to think
> it's not with the command line switch –nowine in case you're interesting
> in working on WINE issues."
Rather than working around any bugs, they should file bugs so we know
to fix them, ideally with testcases.
A search in bugzilla shows 2 bugs with LTSpice in the name/comments.
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