[ros-kernel] regsvr32 and rundll32
steven_ed4153 at yahoo.com
Tue Feb 10 08:53:36 CET 2004
> I thought Steven just said that Wine uses our (i.e. your?)
> implementation. I'm confused - why isn't it possible for us to agree
> one version?
I think we should just use the code out of Winehq. I have recently
submited a patch to get Winehq rundll32 working on ReactOS while still
allowin them to keep support for Win16 dlls. We have not maintained our
regsrv32 implementation and winehq has adopted it and made some
changes. The same thing goes for regedit and soon taskmgr. We will take
snapshots of the code in the future for rundll, regsvr32, regedit,
taskmgr etc as they have better version control and rules in CVS than
we do do.
Your patch should be directed to winehq cvs as they are maintaining it.
For now I am sorry that it hasnt been better documented where the code
is comming from and where to send patches to. This is only really a
problem with apps at the moment as the ReactOS tree is littered with
User space apps and dlls. Once we clean up CVS and get the WINE
documentation in a better state we wont have a problem.
But in short...If a program/dll exists in both Wine and ReactOS send a
patch to Winehq first.
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