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Mike McCormack

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Issue #319, Section #5 (10 Aug : Preloader Problem on x86_64)
Issue #314, Section #4 (26 May : Patch Submission Ideas)
Issue #314, Section #5 (26 May : MSI Problem)
Issue #313, Section #1 (15 May : News: Wine 0.9.13)
Issue #312, Section #5 (28 Apr : SoC: DIB Engine)
Issue #311, Section #5 (10 Apr : sft2ttf: Getting Rid of Fontforge)
Issue #309, Section #4 (24 Mar : Confusing Macros)
Issue #306, Section #6 (26 Feb : Fixing Memory Layout Issues)
Issue #304, Section #4 (29 Jan : Overriding Executables With Winecfg)
Issue #303, Section #11 (22 Jan : Still Image Capture (STI))
Issue #301, Section #7 (12 Dec 2005: Relay Segfaults)
Issue #300, Section #2 (2 Dec 2005: wine.git)
Issue #300, Section #4 (2 Dec 2005: Linking libGL.so)
Issue #300, Section #7 (2 Dec 2005: MSVCRT Clashes With LibC)
Issue #298, Section #5 (4 Nov 2005: Killing Wine Processes)
Issue #298, Section #7 (4 Nov 2005: Linking Windows Libraries)
Issue #297, Section #2 (28 Oct 2005: Beyond 0.9)
Issue #294, Section #3 (14 Oct 2005: Still Image Architecture)
Issue #293, Section #1 (7 Oct 2005: News: Wine-20050930)
Issue #291, Section #3 (23 Sep 2005: FreeDCE & Wine)
Issue #291, Section #6 (23 Sep 2005: Finding Memory Leaks)
Issue #291, Section #8 (23 Sep 2005: Running Wine From Source Tree)
Issue #290, Section #2 (16 Sep 2005: Device Drivers Still Suck)
Issue #290, Section #9 (16 Sep 2005: Wine's MSI - Help Us Break It)
Issue #288, Section #2 (19 Aug 2005: Disappearing Cursors)
Issue #288, Section #3 (19 Aug 2005: Comctl32 Fixes)
Issue #287, Section #2 (12 Aug 2005: Summer of Code Projects)
Issue #276, Section #7 (27 May 2005: MSI Dialogs)
Issue #269, Section #3 (8 Apr 2005: Speeding Up Builds)
Issue #266, Section #6 (18 Mar 2005: Mailslots)
Issue #265, Section #7 (11 Mar 2005: Wine's Server Protocol)
Issue #264, Section #2 (4 Mar 2005: RichEdit Work)
Issue #263, Section #3 (25 Feb 2005: OLE Status)
Issue #260, Section #1 (4 Feb 2005: Window Management Rewrite Details)
Issue #260, Section #2 (4 Feb 2005: RichEdit Control Code)
Issue #251, Section #4 (3 Dec 2004: RichEdit (con't))
Issue #250, Section #6 (26 Nov 2004: No RichEdit20A Window Class)
Issue #247, Section #4 (5 Nov 2004: Incorporating Public Domain Code)
Issue #247, Section #7 (5 Nov 2004: Patches Galore)
Issue #246, Section #4 (29 Oct 2004: Gradient Fills)
Issue #241, Section #3 (24 Sep 2004: SpecOps Labs Steps Up)
Issue #238, Section #4 (3 Sep 2004: Richedit Control)
Issue #237, Section #6 (27 Aug 2004: poll vs. epoll (con't))
Issue #236, Section #1 (20 Aug 2004: News: Wine-20040813, Website Updates)
Issue #232, Section #2 (23 Jul 2004: MSIExec.exe Replacement)
Issue #232, Section #5 (23 Jul 2004: Stubbing a COM Interface)
Issue #231, Section #2 (16 Jul 2004: Status of MSI)
Issue #230, Section #2 (9 Jul 2004: Microsoft Installer Work)
Issue #226, Section #2 (11 Jun 2004: Kernel Bug Creating Zombies)
Issue #222, Section #2 (14 May 2004: Project David Uses CodeWeavers CrossOver Office)
Issue #219, Section #2 (16 Apr 2004: Execshield (con't))
Issue #219, Section #5 (16 Apr 2004: Converting Wininet to Windows Sockets)
Issue #218, Section #4 (9 Apr 2004: CryptoAPI Needs Help)
Issue #218, Section #5 (9 Apr 2004: Execshield/Prelinking (con't))
Issue #218, Section #7 (9 Apr 2004: W95inf32 DLL Implementation)
Issue #211, Section #3 (20 Feb 2004: Embedding Mozilla's ActiveX Control)
Issue #210, Section #4 (13 Feb 2004: Crypto and RSABASE.DLL)
Issue #209, Section #1 (6 Jan 2004: News: WineConf 2004 Resources)
Issue #209, Section #5 (6 Jan 2004: Creation of #winehackers)
Issue #207, Section #5 (30 Jan 2004: Some Patches That Appeared This Week)
Issue #206, Section #5 (23 Jan 2004: MSHTML Changes)
Issue #206, Section #8 (23 Jan 2004: INSENG.DLL Stubs)
Issue #205, Section #2 (16 Jan 2004: Radius Cinepak Decoder and Directory Structure)
Issue #204, Section #4 (9 Jan 2004: Debating Kernel Support For I/O)
Issue #199, Section #6 (5 Dec 2003: InstallShield Problems)
Issue #195, Section #5 (8 Nov 2003: IPX Improvements)
Issue #192, Section #3 (17 Oct 2003: Integrating Start Menu Shortcuts)
Issue #191, Section #4 (10 Oct 2003: The Start Menu)
Issue #182, Section #2 (8 Aug 2003: Disney Uses Wine)
Issue #182, Section #3 (8 Aug 2003: Beginnings of Microsoft Installer Support)
Issue #181, Section #2 (1 Aug 2003: Profiling Wine)
Issue #175, Section #1 (20 Jun 2003: News: Wine-20030618, TransGaming Update, WineHQ Interview)
Issue #173, Section #2 (6 Jun 2003: ReactOS Regedit Merge)
Issue #173, Section #3 (6 Jun 2003: WinINet Work)
Issue #171, Section #2 (23 May 2003: Wine Tech Meeting)
Issue #170, Section #2 (16 May 2003: Direct3D Status)
Issue #161, Section #4 (14 Mar 2003: Named Pipe Patch)
Issue #160, Section #5 (7 Mar 2003: FindFirstChangeNotification Patch)
Issue #130, Section #2 (25 Jul 2002: Flow Control in Wine)
Issue #129, Section #2 (18 Jul 2002: Using NT Pathnames)
Issue #123, Section #2 (21 May 2002: Component Owners)
Issue #123, Section #3 (21 May 2002: Patch Trading)
Issue #121, Section #3 (25 Apr 2002: More Tests)
Issue #121, Section #8 (25 Apr 2002: XIM Internationlization Patch)
Issue #120, Section #10 (17 Apr 2002: Implementing PeekNamedPipe)
Issue #118, Section #2 (24 Mar 2002: Wineconf 2002 Resources and Summary)
Issue #117, Section #8 (7 Mar 2002: Bug in OLE)
Issue #116, Section #3 (24 Feb 2002: DTR Flow Control)
Issue #114, Section #1 (28 Jan 2002: News: Wired Story, LindowsOS Preview)
Issue #113, Section #4 (13 Jan 2002: NT Named Pipes)
Issue #110, Section #7 (11 Dec 2001: Async I/O Patch)
Issue #108, Section #2 (10 Nov 2001: Overlapped I/O)
Issue #102, Section #3 (15 Aug 2001: Navigating Through Wine)
Issue #98, Section #4 (20 Jun 2001: Virtual Memory Problems)
Issue #86, Section #2 (12 Mar 2001: Enhanced asynchronous I/O)
Issue #71, Section #4 (27 Nov 2000: Compilers think different)

 

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