[Wine]Re: Start Windows application from another windows application
Harry van der Wolf
harryvanderwolf at hccnet.nl
Sat May 21 14:51:21 CDT 2005
Thanks Rein for you answers and sorry for the badly formatted HTML-mail.
It looked good when I sent it. This one is plain text.
You program crashes (division by zero, reason unknown) and wine
automatically starts the debugger. There is nothing relating to "Start
Windows application from another windows application" in here.
And yes, you are right, it was a stupid mistake not checking that first.
I tried to build wine from the CVS tree, but without success. I tried
autopano.exe 1.02 instead of 1.03 and that works when using it with
When using it from PTGui it also works. However, in the end I get the
error "Could not delete file 'c:\windows\temp\"number"\0503-027.jpg':
Access denied". The computed control points are not returned to the
program. I don't understand that one. It is in my own home directory
where I should have full write access. Just to make sure (as I don't
understand what's happening) I did a "chmod a+rwx" on the temp dir, but
that didn't help either: it gave me the same error. I hope you know
what's going on there.
When creating panorama photo's you "stich" photo's together based on
overlapping areas. This is done by adding control points which
anchor/map the exact same points in the first photo with that same
points in the second photo and so on. The autopano program does that
automatically for you which saves a lot of work. Autopano works with a
lot of command line parameters. When started without parameters it looks
for images in the current directory and uses these to create control
points. That's why it complaints about wanting at least two photo's. On
the http://autopano.kolor.com/sample_pictures.zip page are a set of
sample images, but I can send you a set also.
Thanks again for your help so far.
Rein Klazes wrote:
>On Fri, 20 May 2005 19:01:03 +0200, you wrote:
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>Please do not post html-only. It is a pain to read your message, even
>worse to reply properly.
>You program crashes (division by zero, reason unknown) and wine
>automatically starts the debugger. There is nothing relating to "Start
>Windows application from another windows application" in here.
>>However, the dump gave the exact same results.<br>
>>The PTgui program is shareware and can be obtained from
>><a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://www.ptgui.com">http://www.ptgui.com</a> including the necessary panotools (these seem to
>>work. I will do some further testing)..<br>
>>The autopano program is freeware and can be obtained from
>><a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://autopano.kolor.com/">http://autopano.kolor.com/</a><br>
>>The enblend program is also freeware and can be obtained from
>><a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://enblend.sourceforge.net/">http://enblend.sourceforge.net/</a><br>
>>Do you have a clue ?<br>
>I have downloaded the ptgui and autopano (v1.03) programs. If I run
>"wine autopano.exe" with the current cvs wine there is not crash. The
>program complains about need to specify at least two pictures and exits.
>How can I reproduce your problem?
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