[Wine] building 64 bit binaries from source
austinenglish at gmail.com
Fri Jan 25 13:54:32 CST 2008
On Jan 24, 2008 10:47 PM, L. Rahyen <research at science.su> wrote:
> On Friday January 25 2008 04:21:37 Aryeh M. Friedman wrote:
> >> Don't try to use DLLs from Windows without reason. By definition, if you
> >> just want replace all WINE DLLs with Windows DLLs you should use Windows in
> >> virtual machine (because WINE will never support use of ALL Windows DLLs).
> >> And of course native DLLs will not help you to compile or install WINE
> >> anyway.
> > A. Techinical that is incorrect as far I can tell since winlib is
> > meant to read and run any DLL right?
> WINE is not designed to run any *Windows* DLLs. For example you by definition
> cannot run directx DLLs, ntdll, kernel32 and some others from Windows. There
> is (low-level) technical reasons for this.
> BTW, do not confuse *Windows* DLLs and application's DLLs *for Windows* (like
> mfc42.dll and many others, or like custom DLLs). This is different things.
> Main difference is that use of native Windows DLLs isn't supported by WINE
> team (you should use builtin ones instead).
> > >> 2. When I do a make (I am not installing as a port) I get:
> > >>
> > >> actxprxy_servprov_p.c:272:2: error: #error Currently only Wine and
> > >> WIN32 are supported.
> > >
> > > You can find instructions about how to compile/install WINE on FreeBSD
> > here:
> > > http://www.codeweavers.com/support/docs/wine-user/getting-wine-package#GE
> > >TTING-FREEBSD
> > >
> > > and http://www.freshports.org/emulators/wine/ .
> > Those are the exact procedures that caused the errors I listed.
> I can suggest to contact with maintainer of FreeBSD package. Sorry, I cannot
> help more because I know very little about FreeBSD. Maybe other people on the
> list can help...
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You probably need to tell configure that you're building a 32-bit
compatibility package, rather than a 64-bit package. Wine currently
won't compile as pure 64-bit...
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