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|2.||12�Jan�2001||(11 posts)||DirectDraw reorganization (cont'd)|
|3.||13�Jan�2001||(2 posts)||WebBrowser DLLs|
IntroductionThis is the 78th release of the Wine's kernel cousin publication. It's main goal is to distribute widely what's going on around Wine (the Un*x windows emulator).
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People:Wine 20010112 has been released. Main changes are:
2. DirectDraw reorganization (cont'd)
12�Jan�2001 (11 posts) Archive Link: "Reenable DXGrab"
People: Gavriel State,�Ove Kaaven,�Alexandre Julliard,�,�Gav State,�TransGaming,�Patrik StridvallGav State submitted a patch to fix a regression introduced by the huge DDraw reorganization made by the TransGaming folks (BROKEN KCREF). Alexandre Julliard got annoyed because the patch made use of an internal USER function from outside the USER DLL. Since Gav had in mind several other areas where this feature had to be used (like getting
dlls/ddrawwith driver-dependent code, perhaps we should consider driver separation not only in dsound (like it's done now, with
IDsDriverin the wineoss driver), and like I want to do with dinput (
IDiDriverin winmm's joystick driver etc), but also in ddraw? So the x11drv (and any future graphics drivers) would export a
IDdDriver-or-whatever-it's-calledCOM interface, that
dlls/ddrawcould then build upon, just like in windoze. All the DGA, DXGrab, and GLX code would then have to be moved into the x11drv, obviously, so it'd be a lot of work, but it'd certainly give us some advantages as well...
3. WebBrowser DLLs
13�Jan�2001 (2 posts) Archive Link: "Initial stubbing of shdocvw.dll (IWebBrowser)"
People: John R Sheets,�James Hatheway,�John R Sheets wrote a
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