[2/2]docs/winedev: there is no config file
nerv at dawncrow.de
Mon May 17 13:04:27 CDT 2010
en/winedev-architecture.sgml | 36 ++++--------------------------------
1 files changed, 4 insertions(+), 32 deletions(-)
diff --git a/en/winedev-architecture.sgml b/en/winedev-architecture.sgml
index 9332b44..953c24c 100644
@@ -686,7 +686,7 @@
This document mainly deals with the status of current DLL
- support by Wine. The Wine ini file currently supports
+ support by Wine. <filename>Winecfg</filename> currently supports
settings to change the load order of DLLs. The load order
depends on several issues, which results in different settings
for various DLLs.
@@ -761,13 +761,6 @@
<title>Load Order for DLLs</title>
- Using the DLL sections from the wine configuration file, the
- load order can be tweaked to a high degree. In general it is
- advised not to change the settings of the configuration
- file. The default configuration specifies the right load
- order for the most important DLLs.
The default load order follows this algorithm: for all DLLs
which have a fully-functional Wine implementation, or where
the native DLL is known not to work, the built-in library
@@ -775,30 +768,9 @@
takes load-order precedence.
- The <varname>DefaultLoadOrder</varname> from the
- [DllDefaults] section specifies for all DLLs which version
- to try first. See manpage for explanation of the arguments.
- The [DllOverrides] section deals with DLLs, which need a
- different-from-default treatment.
- The [DllPairs] section is for DLLs, which must be loaded in
- pairs. In general, these are DLLs for either 16-bit or
- 32-bit applications. In most cases in Windows, the 32-bit
- version cannot be used without its 16-bit counterpart. For
- Wine, it is customary that the 16-bit implementations rely
- on the 32-bit implementations and cast the results back to
- 16-bit arguments. Changing anything in this section is bound
- to result in errors.
- For the future, the Wine implementation of Windows DLL seems
- to head towards unifying the 16 and 32 bit DLLs wherever
- possible, resulting in larger DLLs. They are stored in the
- <filename>dlls/</filename> subdirectory using the 32-bit
+ See <ulink url="http://www.winehq.org/docs/wineusr-guide/">
+ The Wine User Guide</ulink> for informations
+ on how to change the settings.
Best Regards, André Hentschel
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