[docs] winelib: Use winecfg to set a DllOverride

André Hentschel nerv at dawncrow.de
Wed Apr 3 19:44:49 CDT 2013

 en/winelib-bindlls.sgml |    9 ++-------
 1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 7 deletions(-)

diff --git a/en/winelib-bindlls.sgml b/en/winelib-bindlls.sgml
index 54fb63a..f978780 100644
--- a/en/winelib-bindlls.sgml
+++ b/en/winelib-bindlls.sgml
@@ -255,13 +255,8 @@ signed short WINAPI MyProxyWinFunc (unsigned short a, void *b, void *c,
         If you have both a Windows DLL and a Linux DLL/proxy pair then you will
         have to ensure that the correct one gets called.  The easiest way is
         probably simply to rename the windows version so that it doesn't get
-        detected.  Alternatively you could specify in the DllOverrides section
-        (or the AppDefaults\\myprog.exe\\DllOverrides section) of the config
-        file (in your .wine directory) that the built-in version be used.  Note
-        that if the Windows version Dll is present and is in the same
-        directory as the executable (as opposed to being in the Windows
-        directory) then you will currently need to specify the whole path to
-        the dll, not merely its name.
+        detected.  Alternatively you could set a DLL override with winecfg,
+        so that the built-in version is used.
         Once you have done this you should be using the Linux Shared Object

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