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Subject:Wine problems?
Summary:Please file bugs for the wine problems
Author:Dan Kegel
Date:2008-07-23 21:34:31
Update:2008-07-24 03:11:07


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Dan Kegel - 2008-07-23 22:13:00
Thanks for letting us know that Delphi for PHP 2
almost works properly in current wine.
Can you please file bug reports for the remaining
problems at

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Manuel Lemos - 2008-07-23 22:29:21 - In reply to message 1 from Dan Kegel
Thank you for you interest, Dan.

I can file bug reports, but I am not sure what to file.

For instance, when you drag components in Delphi for PHP 2, they do not appear and when you drop them they show as opaque, instead of transparent. The error logs show class to some ALPHA-something function that is not implemented.

Another thing is that when Delphi for PHP 2 is asked to run a PHP script it starts Apache but Apache seems to hang in an infinite look with some socket-accept call that is not implemented.

Is this OK for a bug report?

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Dan Kegel - 2008-07-24 03:07:53 - In reply to message 2 from Manuel Lemos
Those would be two separate bug reports.

Please include step-by-step instructions for how
to reproduce, including where to download and how to install.
Remember, we have never seen this app, so you have to lead us by the hand.

And include the actual line from the log file rather than paraphrasing.


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Manuel Lemos - 2008-07-24 03:11:07 - In reply to message 3 from Dan Kegel
Ok, I will do that soon.

The program is available as a free trial which is sufficient for reproducing the problems.

Thank you for you concern, I am sure the PHP community appreciates this.

BTW, congratulations for the whole WINE project. It seems like a miracle making the Windows API work so well under totally different platforms. It is definitely a great piece of software engineering art.


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