> > wont work on powerpc, wine is not a machine emulator, it actually ends up
> > running windows code on the host machine, so it has to be used on an x86
> > architecture.
> But what about winelib? It should be possible to compile winelib on ppc and
> then compile windows-software with this winelib. I am thinking of software
> like kylix or Corel Photopaint, wich were ported to Linux using winelib but
Photopaint runs on wine not winelib. Plenty of windoze native DLLs there.
- Re: Wine
- From: Fabian Jakobs <firstname.lastname@example.org>