Good way to use custom .dll.so ?
lemonsqueeze at gmx.com
Wed Nov 25 00:26:50 CST 2015
Working on a regression bug with a specific app atm
I've traced the problem to ieframe.dll.so and came up with a version
that fixes it : overwriting /usr/lib/i386-linux-gnu/wine/ieframe.dll.so
with it problem is gone. Now I have no idea what side effects this could
have for other apps, so I'd rather leave the system lib alone and
override it just for this app. How do I do this ??
I've come across
which seems to be what I'm looking for but it's not working.
(setting WINEDLLPATH new dll.so is not used)
Bottom of page also mentions that :
> For DLLs at least, you should be able to rename the .dll.so to a
> .dll and stick it in the application's directory.
That doesn't work either.
There's got to be a clean way of doing this,
am I missing something here ?
In case that matters, working with wine 1.6 atm
(Looking for Ubuntu Trusty fix)
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