[Wine] Re: Performing a Regression Test

zac wineforum-user at winehq.org
Fri Mar 5 12:11:22 CST 2010

This is what get I buy running the command taught at the wiki to install the app from scratch. A full screen installation started and crashed.


zac at debian:~/wine-git$ ./wine /media/cdrom0/Houaiss/Houaiss\ Installer/Instalar.exe
err:xrandr:X11DRV_XRandR_GetCurrentMode In unknown mode, returning default
fixme:ntdll:find_reg_tz_info Can't find matching timezone information in the registry for bias 180, std (d/m/y): 21/02/2010, dlt (d/m/y): 17/10/2010
zac at debian:~/wine-git$

And this is what I got from running the command suggest by James_Huk:

zac at debian:~/wine-git$ ./wine start /Unix/ media/cdrom0/Houaiss/Houaiss\ Installer/Instalar.exe
err:start:wmain Option 'L"/"' not recognized
Start a program, or open a document in the program normally used for files with that suffix.
start [options] program_filename [...]
start [options] document_filename

/M[inimized] Start the program minimized.
/MAX[imized] Start the program maximized.
/R[estored]  Start the program normally (neither minimized nor maximized).
/W[ait]      Wait for started program to finish, then exit with its exit code.
/Unix        Use a Unix filename and start the file like windows explorer.
/ProgIDOpen  Open a document using the following progID.
/L           Show end-user license.

start.exe version 0.2 Copyright (C) 2003, Dan Kegel
Start comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details run with /L option.
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
under certain conditions; run 'start /L' for details.

So, I couldn't really install the software.
So, I started testing:


debian:/home/zac/wine-git# git bisect start
Already on "master"
debian:/home/zac/wine-git# git bisect good wine-1.0.1
debian:/home/zac/wine-git# git bisect bad wine-1.1.39
Bisecting: 9695 revisions left to test after this
[23acdb7143569e2c0839f6f88c4462f2ed98068b] gdi32: Correctly handle space char on Path_ExtTextOut().

Am I going in the right direction at least?


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