[PATCH] kernel32: update version to win7
cybermax at dexter.no
Wed Dec 18 14:23:38 CST 2019
On 18.12.2019 20:10, Fabian Maurer wrote:
> Just curious, shouldn't this best be dependent on the set windows version?
> Fabian Maurer
I do not think that is possible. These "version strings" set the version
on the fake-dll's. I have had similar issues when diddling with the
nvapi testing project. This is cos some apps just check the version of
the dll, while the "windows version" you set with winecfg is just via
the registry really.
Probably not a standard on how windows apps should verify the running
version. Since this something that is linked during compile it would be
a bit of work to implement, cos you would really need a set of
fake-dll's for each windows version you choose.
If anyone are up to the task of figuring out the differences of
dll'version between all supported windows versions of wine and set up
some mechanic that would replace needed fake-dll's each time you change
windows version it could be interesting.
Not sure what could break if the kernel32.dll is "too new" (or any other
dll for that matter), but if the answer is "probably nothing", this
should be changed to the highest supported version imo... so not stop at
windows 7. For info, Win10 1909 has version "10.0.18362.329"
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