Friday, January 29, 2010

Bordeaux 2.0.0 for Linux Released

The Bordeaux Technology Group released Bordeaux 2.0.0 for Linux today. Bordeaux 2.0.0 marks major progress over older releases. With version 2.0.0 and onward we bundle our own Wine build and many tools and libraries that Wine depends upon. With this release we bundle Wine 1.1.36, Cabextract, Mozilla Gecko, Unzip, Wget and other support libraries and tools. We have improved support for Microsoft Office 2007 (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and preliminary support for Internet Explorer 7 in this release, there has also been many small bug fixes and tweaks on the back-end.

The cost of Bordeaux 2.0.0 is $20.00. Anyone who has purchased Bordeaux in the past six months is entitled to a free upgrade. Bordeaux comes with six months of upgrades and support and of course a 30-day money back guarantee.

Supported Applications/Games:

  • Microsoft Office 2007
  • Microsoft Office 2003
  • Microsoft Office 2000
  • Microsoft Office 97
  • Microsoft Office Visio 2003
  • Microsoft Office Project 2003
  • Adobe Photoshop 6
  • Adobe Image Ready 3
  • Adobe Photoshop 7
  • Adobe Image Ready 7
  • Adobe Photoshop CS
  • Adobe Photoshop CS2
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 7
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6
  • Steam and Steam based Games
  • Apple QuickTime 6.5.2 Player
  • IrfaView 4.25 (Image files only)
  • Winetricks support

Version 2.0.0 New Features:

  • Bundle Wine 1.1.36
  • Added Internet Explorer 7 support
  • Improved Microsoft Office 2007 support
  • Bundle Mozilla Gecko
  • New shell based installer
  • New Progress Bar
  • Updated to the latest Winetricks

About Bordeaux:

The Bordeaux Technology Group is a software services and development company specializing in Windows compatibility software. Users of Linux, BSD, Solaris and Mac systems from time to time find themselves in the need to run specialized Windows software. The Bordeaux suite enables access to these programs and data in a seamless and low cost manner without requiring licensing of Microsoft Technology. The Bordeaux Group also provides migration services and support for alternative operating systems specializing in Windows compatibility.

There is a multitude of software developed only for the Windows operating system and even when software vendors port their applications to another platform, generally it lacks features that the Windows version contains. The only solution these developers face is to have access to both systems for testing which leads to increased infrastructure demands, and wasted project resources. If you are vendor interested in supporting your application on Linux, BSD, Solaris or Mac OS X or a software user that needs to run a Windows application on Linux, BSD, Solaris or Mac OS X we can help.


Screenshots :


Left 4 Dead 2 (L4D2) in Steam with Bordeaux

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Is Cedega Hanging in There?

In one of my past articles I made a bold assessment that it appeared Transgaming might be dropping support for their Cedega Wine software. However it now appears that Cedega might be hanging in there - After more than a year of silence there was finally an update posted in Cedega's "Den" (announcements section). The post promises the certification of two games, Torchlight and Defense Grid: The Awakening, that happen to work well under their "recently" released 7.3.3 engine (The latter of the two pleases me greatly, I had purchased DG on Steam over the holidays and it does not function properly under Wine/CXGames as of yet). Also provided is a very vague "Development Update" that promises better OpenGL performance and mentions that at some point in the near future we should see a more detailed development plan - Alas two weeks later and still nothing.

In the end what does all this mean? Maybe nothing, but then only time will tell. I'm hoping that Transgaming gets around to posting development updates faster than they have been about fixing their application voting system (which has been non-functional for close to two years now). If Transgaming want's to save their Linux product they need to get on the ball - and quick. They are no longer the only big player in the world of commercial "Win-on-Lin" for gaming. Codeweavers has already posted their plans for development in 2010 and since they already support L4D2 (one of the most recently released hit PC titles) Transgaming is going to be hard-pressed to play catch-up.

Now the really Cool thing is if you enter : ComeToTheLight as your deal code, coupon offer you will receive a instant rebate of 25% off the regular price. Yes you read it here first! For a limited time new CodeWeavers CrossOver customers can purchase CX Games for only $29.96 and CX Pro for only $52.46.... If You or a friend, relative etc.. ever wanted to try CrossOver Games or the Pro version this is the time to do it.

Update 12/15/2012 : The ComeToTheLight dealcode has expired, you can now use "GameTime" as your dealcode and save 15% off CrossOver for Mac and Linux.

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Bordeaux 2.0.0 for Solaris and OpenSolaris Released

The Bordeaux Technology Group released Bordeaux 2.0.0 for Solaris today. Bordeaux 2.0.0 marks major progress over older releases. With version 2.0.0 and onward we bundle our own Wine build and many tools and libraries that Wine depends upon. With this release we bundle Wine 1.1.36, Cabextract, Mozilla Gecko, Unzip, Wget and other support libraries and tools. We have also added preliminary support for Microsoft Office 2007 (Word, Excel and PowerPoint) and Internet Explorer 7 in this release, there has also been many small bug fixes and tweaks on the back-end.

The cost of Bordeaux 2.0.0 is $25.00. Anyone who has purchased Bordeaux in the past six months is entitled to a free upgrade. Bordeaux comes with six months of upgrades and support and of course a 30-day money back guarantee.

Supported Applications/Games:

  • Microsoft Office 2007
  • Microsoft Office 2003
  • Microsoft Office 2000
  • Microsoft Office 97
  • Microsoft Office Visio 2003
  • Microsoft Office Project 2003
  • Adobe Photoshop 6
  • Adobe Image Ready 3
  • Adobe Photoshop 7
  • Adobe Image Ready 7
  • Adobe Photoshop CS
  • Adobe Photoshop CS2
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 7
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 6
  • Steam and Steam based Games
  • Apple QuickTime 6.5.2 Player
  • IrfaView 4.25 (Image files only)
  • Winetricks support

About Bordeaux:

The Bordeaux Technology Group is a software services and development company specializing in Windows compatibility software. Users of Linux, BSD, Solaris and Mac systems from time to time find themselves in the need to run specialized Windows software. The Bordeaux suite enables access to these programs and data in a seamless and low cost manner without requiring licensing of Microsoft Technology. The Bordeaux Group also provides migration services and support for alternative operating systems specializing in Windows compatibility.

There is a multitude of software developed only for the Windows operating system and even when software vendors port their applications to another platform, generally it lacks features that the Windows version contains. The only solution these developers face is to have access to both systems for testing which leads to increased infrastructure demands, and wasted project resources. If you are vendor interested in supporting your application on Linux, BSD, Solaris or Mac OS X or a software user that needs to run a Windows application on Linux, BSD, Solaris or Mac OS X we can help.

Version 2.0.0 New Features:

  • Bundle Wine 1.1.36
  • Added Internet Explorer 7 support
  • Added Microsoft Office 2007 support
  • Bundle Mozilla Gecko
  • New shell based installer
  • New Progress Bar
  • Updated to the latest Winetricks

Here is some Screenshots of Bordeaux on OpenSolaris 2009.06

Bordeaux Menu in Applications Menu


The New Install Progress Bar


Internet Explorer 7 on OpenSolaris


Adobe Photoshop 6 with Bordeaux


IrfanView 4.25 with Bordeaux


Apple QuickTime Player 6.5.2 on OpenSolaris

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Canonical to bundle CodeWeavers CrossOver?

In a official post on the Ubuntu Forums, user Matthew (a official Canonical employee?) asks users to complete a survey with the applications they would like to see in the upcoming versions of Ubuntu.

Among the applications one can find: Spotify, Pandora, Hulu, Skype, WoW, Picasa, Adobe Photoshop, Apple iTunes, CodeWeavers and a couple more applications.

I'm wondering if Canonical has plans to bundle CodeWeavers CrossOver with forthcoming releases? Most of the applications CodeWeavers already supports and the one or two apps they don't officially support will already run as Unsupported apps in CrossOver now. The only change would be for CodeWeavers to officially support the apps in a upcoming release.

So ask people what Apps/Games they would like to see running on Ubuntu then ask if they would also use Codeweavers..... I suppose if enough people say YES to the CodeWeavers question we just might see a bundle between the two companies.

Here is is the post, and link to the survey :

Please help the Canonical and Ubuntu leadership

We are trying to gather preferences for the apps that users would like to see in upcoming version of Ubuntu. While we all believe in the power of open source applications we are also very keen that users should get to choose the software they want to use. There are some great apps that aren't yet available to Ubuntu users and Canonical would like to know the priority that users would like to see them. This list is indicative not definitive and we would love to also read your suggestions in the free text box.

Please take the survey here: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/GFVQP62

They are also requesting that anyone who has comments please do so here.

Note: there has been some confusion that I would like to clear up--this is not about applications to be included by default, but merely things that we may attempt to make more easily available for Ubuntu users to install for themselves from official repositories.

ReactOS Arwinss to use more Wine code

All,
Today I would like to officially announce the (sub)project I was working on for the last half a year, and make a call to developers to participate.

ReactOS has been around for about 11 years, and it's been growing each year since then. The demand for an open source Windows-compatible operating system is huge: geek, servers, netbooks, accounting, point of sales, CAD... The list could go on and on.

Time goes by, new versions of Windows operating systems are being released. ReactOS usability still has not reached any significant value. Not to say ReactOS didn't even officially enter the Beta stage. Separately, there are many achievements: audio support appeared, bootloader is able to boot real Windows, some Windows binary drivers could be loaded and work in ReactOS, networking is being improved every day, the kernel is being actively worked on too. But all of that does not really matter for the end user. For a user it's important that a web-browser loads websites, instant messenger client connects and works, [Microsoft/Open] Office shows documents, email client gets new messages.

This bare usability is what's still missing, and if it continues to be like this, I am afraid our project won't be of much use in another 10 years. Certainly, I became very concerned and started analyzing situation. Being opensource project without major commercial sponsors, there are certain limitations as to what could be done to improve the situation, so mainly it's a matter of picking right priorities and properly managing (motivating) existing human resources.

The part of ReactOS which plays major role in compatibility and usability is Win32 subsystem. Right now, it's a huge monster which requires a lot more human resources than we have now. It's very hard and time consuming to reach even Windows 2000 level of compatibility with current amount of participating developers, and high entry level.

I came up with something which could solve this problem: Arwinss. To better explain what it is, I made a special presentation (URL to slides in PDF format is in the end of this email). Please imagine myself talking through it as I didn't perform/record it.

Now, after you read through the presentation, I would like to make a proposal to all developers (even newcomers, who never worked on ReactOS before). Let's make an Arwinss week, or Arwinss month. Every developer could definitely find a few hours during a week to hack Arwinss. Entry level is rather low, there are some basic docs about Arwinss in the wiki, and I am happy to consult about details.

If I could make this new subsystem out of nothing (out of Wine and ReactOS) almost alone (Kamil and Smiley help is very valued and appreciated!) within a few months, imagine what we could do all together?

With the best regards,
Aleksey Bragin.

The presentation: (links to further information are in the presentation too)
http://www.reactos.org/media/docs/2010/arwinss.pdf
http://www.reactos.org/wiki/Arwinss
http://www.reactos.org/wiki/Arwinss_technical

Briefly, what was done:

  • gdi32.dll - source code is nearly unmodified from Wine, but compiled in ReactOS tree, into a real PE DLL.
  • user32.dll - source code is nearly unmodified from Wine, but compiled in ReactOS tree, into a real PE DLL.
  • What about Wineserver, you would ask? SERVER_START_REQ and related macros are rewritten to perform a syscall to win32k.sys (more about win32k.sys below). Server protocol is the same, but of course many requests aren't need.
  • winex11.drv - this is the one if you want X Server to be your interface. This is unchanged Wine source code, again compiled inside a ReactOS source tree into a PE DLL
  • winent.drv - an alternative user/gdi driver, which mostly forwards all calls into a kernel mode graphics engine located in win32k.sys (which is compatible with Windows video drivers, so all acceleration could be used).
  • win32k.sys - kernelmode counterpart of the new Win32 subsystem, contains graphics engine, user server which is based on a small part of platform-independent Wineserver source code adapted to kernelmode, and a simple window manager which calculates visible regions for windows and manages window showing/hiding.

Monday, January 18, 2010

Macs And Windows

As a confirmed Mac-head, I have always bemoaned the fact that there has not, until recently, been enough interest shown in making applications usable for the Mac. Well, that has changed for several reasons. First, the Mac is now using the Intel chip, which is the same as in PC's. This means virtual Windows software is much easier and faster running on Macs. Second, Apple has the benefit of "cool," what with iPods, iPhones, and all sorts of other neat products, like their wafer-thin and light MacBook Air, so more people are buying them. Finally, the sheer power of the latest Mac's and their own native Boot Camp allows virtual Windows to run on the machines with little drop off in performance.

Even better is not having to purchase Windows in the first place. Wine, which stands for Wine Is Not an Emulator, was first designed for Linux. As the the web site says, "Rather than acting as a full emulator, Wine implements a compatibility layer, providing alternative implementations of the DLLs that Windows programs call, and processes to substitute for the Windows NT kernel." However it works, if you are good at programming, you can implement Wine for free. However, a company called Codeweavers is compiling a database of Windows programs that will run under the Mac Wine interface, so that Mac owners can use their computers at work without switching. As a Codeweaver advocate, I try to get my chosen Windows programs to run under CrossOver, the Wine program from Codeweavers. So far I am batting about .500, which is not too bad. It is great when a program to which you were denied due to your computer choice suddenly works.

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Wine Is a Long Shot at Solving the Windows Apps on Linux Problem

The open-source Wine project is less a solution and more a workaround when it comes to the issue of running Windows applications on Linux.

After devoting my last couple of columns to the topic of choosing an alternate OS (in particular, Linux) without giving up your Windows apps, I didn't plan on extending the discussion further—that is, until a lively reader exchange prompted me to turn that pair of columns into a trio.

If we're to discuss Windows applications on Linux and other Unix-like operating systems, how can we forget about Wine, the open-source project devoted to building a sort of shim between the APIs that Windows applications require and the equivalents of those interfaces on a Linux machine?

I've been keeping tabs on Wine for as long as I've been following Linux, and my exclusion of Wine was less about having forgotten about it than about having set it aside—at best as a “maybe someday” solution and at worst as an altogether lost cause. For a time, I hoped that Wine would be the answer to the Linux apps chicken-and-egg problem. However, things never quite worked out that way.

First off, many (it's probably safe to say most) Windows apps don't run under Wine at all. For instance, neither of the two Windows-bound applications that I miss the most as a Linux user—iTunes and the VMware vSphere client—works under Wine. In the case of iTunes, Wine lacks USB support, so there's no way to use it to communicate with my iPod Touch. The vSphere client relies on Version 3 of Microsoft's .NET framework, which Wine does not

What's more, even when it is possible to get your Windows apps running on Wine, various tweaks are often required to get there. For instance, while getting reacquainted with Wine to write this column, I found that the Windows apps I tried to run appeared on my desktop with jagged-looking fonts. I managed to enable font anti-aliasing to address the issue, but only after fiddling around in the registry of my Wine installation.

Once you've gotten an application running, the next set of system updates you apply—whether to your Linux machine, to the Windows app in question or to Wine itself—could well sour your installation, requiring still more tweaking and forum searching.

For certain popular applications, you can save yourself some of this hassle by purchasing a Wine distribution such as Codeweavers CrossOver product as a way of outsourcing some of that tweaking and searching work. But if you need support from your application's vendor, I imagine you'll have a tough time finding Wine in any supported configurations matrix.

For all these reasons, I can't see Wine serving as a reliable option for addressing the Windows-apps-on-Linux problem. Rather, it's a workaround, something to keep in mind and try if you're in a pinch, but not something to count on.

Now, if, as the reader I discussed this with suggested, all the big Linux vendors got together and invested in Wine, I don't doubt that they could improve the project a great deal.

According to the project's bug tracker, some work toward USB support is under way, and versions of the .NET Framework earlier than the one I need for the vSphere client are reported to work.

However, these vendors have reacted toward Wine with unambiguous ambivalence for going on 10 years now. Considering how slow the projects and companies that drive Linux have been to seize on and integrate the largely Linux-powered apps of the Web into first-class citizens of their desktop distributions, it's tough to imagine them working hard to enlarge the application base for Windows.

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Run Kindle for PC in Linux with WINE

Reader Gene told us that Kindle for PC is "more important than people realize." That's because the desktop app runs almost seamlessly in Linux with one WINE tweak, making Kindle a great little laptop or netbook reading option.

To install Kindle for PC on your Linux system, make sure you've got WINE installed. Most major distributions (Ubuntu, Fedora, openSUSE) offer WINE in one of their repositories, or have versions custom-made for them.

With WINE installed, download the Kindle for PC installer, then double-click on the .exe file you downloaded. WINE will pick it up and install it in its virtual C:/ drive. The one issue you'll encounter is that Kindle will automatically start up and ask you for your username and password, even though you can't see the fields; you can quit the app and fix that, or just type in your username, hit Tab, then your password, and then quit.


Head to your system's menu and then to the WINE folder, and hit "Configure WINE"—if you don't see it, just run winecfg from a terminal or Alt+F2 prompt. In the "Applications" tab, hit "Add Application," then navigate to Kindle for PC in your virtual Windows drive, which is at C:\Program Files\Amazon\Kindle for PC\KindleForPC.exe by default. Hit OK, select KindleForPC.exe back in the Wine configuration window, and change the "Windows Version" drop-down at the bottom to Windows 98. Head back to your WINE menu, run Kindle for PC, and now all your controls and buttons should be showing up correctly.

You can now send books and sample chapters from Amazon's Kindle store to your PC. If you've already installed Kindle for PC in a Windows machine and tied it to your account, be sure to send your Kindle items to your Linux-based reader (which was "Kindle for PC 2" in my case).

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Running World of Warcraft in Ubuntu Linux

World of Warcraft runs well in Ubuntu.

If you are looking for an operating system that offers the best values, none can compare to Linux.

First of all, it's free. Most Linux distributions can be downloaded gratis from the developers' Web site and you can install it on however many computers you want. Secondly, it comes with a lot of things, such as office tools (word processing, spreadsheet, presentation), audio and video playback, Internet and e-mail, instant messaging, and so on. Basically everything a general user would want to use with a computer is there when the installation is done. For those applications that are not there, chances are you can download them for free.

Wine is more than just an emulator; it makes Windows applications run in Linux much like they do in Wndows.

There's also a Linux application called Wine that allows you to run Windows software within Linux. What is special about Wine, however, is the fact that it's not a traditional virtual environment and therefore runs Windows applications very much the way Windows does, without much overhead. Unfortunately, not all Windows applications work with Wine and even if they do, you might not be able to install or run them the way you do in Windows.

Wine, which was developed in 1993, is a recursive acronym for "Wine Is Not an Emulator," though this doesn't make it true that it is not an emulator. Rather than acting as a full emulator, it implements a compatibility layer, providing alternative implementations of the DLLs that Windows programs call, and processes to substitute for the Windows NT kernel. The Wine project has run into a lot of difficulties, mostly because of the incomplete and incorrect documentation of the Windows API. For this reason, after 15 years of development, the first version of Wine (1.0) was release in mid-2008.

Over my Christmas break, I decided to try out the latest version of Wine with my most frequently used Windows application, which is called World of Warcraft (or WoW). Just so that it's clear that I am not antisocial, this didn't take away much time spending with friends and family, as it actually took me less than an hour to do the whole thing.

I started out with getting an ISO image of the ever-popular Linux distro Ubuntu version 9.10. After that, I burned the image onto a CD and started the installation from it.

If you have ever installed an operating system, such as Windows, the installation of Ubuntu is very similar to that. You just need to insert the CD into the optical drive, boot the computer from it, and follow the instructions. The installer will do everything for you, including configuring the hard drive and setting up dual-boot if you want to use it on the same computer that also has Windows installed. In this case, make sure you pick the amount of hard-drive space you want to use for Linux carefully, as this can't be changed once the new OS is installed.

You need to launch the Windows executable file using Wine Windows Program Loader to run a Windows-based application within Linux.

Note that in case there's no free space on the hard drive, the Linux installer will automatically shrink the partition used by Windows and free some space for Linux. This process, apart from making the Windows partition smaller, doesn't change anything else and your Windows should work like normal. However, a good rule of thumb is to make sure you back up important files prior to installing Linux.

In my case, I installed Ubuntu 9.10 on the same Core 2 Dual machine with 4GB of RAM and a 500GB hard drive that runs Windows 7 into a dual-boot setup and the whole process took less than 30 minutes. After that, at boot up, I have the option of booting in either Windows 7 or Ubuntu.

Once the installation is done, though Ubuntu runs fine, chances are not all the hardware components, such as video or sound, have their optimized drivers installed. You need to manually do this by running the Hardware Driver utility (System -> Administration -> Hardware Drivers); this utility will list the hardware components that require proprietary drivers and you just need to install (or activate) them. In my case, I needed to do that for my video card, which is a budget Geforce 8300GS with 510MB of RAM.

Wine can be installed for free and the process takes just less than a minute via a broadband connection.

The next step is to install Wine. You can do that via Ubuntu Software Center (Applications -> Ubuntu Software Center). Here, you select "Get Free Software" then search for "Wine." In my case, I found two versions of Wine: Wine Microsoft Windows Compatibility Layers and Wine Microsoft Windows Compatibility Layers (Beta Release). I picked the beta release. (Obviously newer is better, right?) The installation of Wine literally took a few seconds with the Internet connection I used, which was really fast. If you use a regular DSL, this might take around a minute.

Now it's time to install WoW. I did it the way I've always done in Windows in the last couple of years: copying the whole "World of Warcraft" folder over from another computer. This is because installing the game from scratch would take hours, considering all the updates and the almost 20GB of storage space that the game requires. With Linux, however, you might not be able to install WoW from scratch anyway. The WoW installer that I tried refused to continue, citing that the computer doesn't meet the game's requirement. This is probably because it could read the computer's hardware via Wine.

Because WoW wasn't installed from scratch, I couldn't launch it from Wine's Start Menu (which resembles that of Windows'). Instead, I need to call the game's executable directly. The trick is that you need to call it via Wine Windows Program Loader by right clicking on the Wow.exe file and choose "Open with Wine Windows Program Loader." It won't work if you just double-click on it.

Proprietary drivers for hardware components need to be installed after the installation of Ubuntu is completed.

And that's it, the game loaded and worked just like in Windows. I could run it in full-screen mode, Windows mode, using the add-ons, etc. The performance was decent. At the recommenced settings, I had consistently 20 frames per second in Daralan, the notoriously slow and laggy area of the game. In other areas, such as dungeons, I was able to get up to 45fps, which was really impressive considering the budget video card.

Overall, it was a really interesting and exciting experience. However, WoW crashed during start-up a couple times; this could be solved by simply restarting the computer or reinstalling Wine. This is probably where the "beta" notion of Wine is to blame.

Other than WoW, I tried a few other Windows applications, such as iTunes and QuickTime, and they worked, too. however they didn't always work the way you expect in Windows.

All in all, Wine will not make an alternative to Windows, but the fact that now I can run my favorite game in Linux makes me believe that Linux is really an ideal operating system for savvy users. So if you think you are one, make a backup of your Windows computer and try it out. It's a lot of fun and doesn't cost anything.


WineBottler for OS X

Mac only: Wine has always been popular among Linux users for running Windows programs, but Wine is available for Mac, too and now, free utility WineBottler can "bottle" Windows programs into separate application bundles that run as standalone Mac apps.

To use WineBottler, just download a Windows EXE, then drag and drop it onto the WineBottler app. You can install them in a fake C: drive located by default in your home folder, just as you would on Linux, and run them from there easily. However, if you want to create a standalone application bundle (so that you can give a Windows program to a fellow Mac user, for example), WineBottler will create a separate bundle with Wine included inside, so your friend doesn't have to have Wine installed the app acts just like any other OS X app.

Note that just like in Linux, not all Windows programs work in Wine so you'll have to see for yourself if the program you want to convert is compatible. Notepad++ Portable, in the screenshot below, worked great.)

WineBottler is a free download, Mac OS X only.



Wednesday, January 13, 2010

CodeWeavers CrossOver 9.0 coming soon

I thought I would give our readers the heads up about the soon to be released CrossOver 9.0. CodeWeavers CrossOver 9.0 is slated for launch sometime towards the end of January beginning of February 2010 and represents a major step forward for the CrossOver product. At this time no definite release date is scheduled, but it should be within the next month or so.

First, CrossOver 9.0 contains many fixes to existing applications, and just generally makes the product better. As of this writing CrossOver has been merged with Wine 1.1.34 and contains many improvements for Internet Explorer, Microsoft Office, Quicken, PhotoShop and many other supported and none supported applications.

Second, the folks at CodeWeavers have re-written the entire user interface from scratch, and have created what they feel is a more intuitive installation process and user experience. The new user interface is written in GTK and the look and feel is much more intuitive then the older Tcl/TK UI that was used before this upcoming release.

Third, and perhaps most important, the CrossOver installer will now be directly linked to our online Compatibility database and allow people to install unsupported software via (recipes) contained on the Compatibility Center.

This will make the product much easier to use for beginners if a recipe exists for an application, the Compatibility database will download the recipe and automatically install the users application for them. Likewise, CrossOver power users will be able to upload recipes to the Compatibility database to help other CrossOver users in the future. Taken together, this will offer CodeWeavers CrossOver customers a substantially better experience with the product.

Product pricing and availability is slated to remain the same as of the time of this writing.

How to run Windows apps and games with Wine on OS X

There are many options for running Windows programs on the Mac. Boot Camp, for instance, is included with OS X for installing Windows on a separate partition. Parallels, VMware, and Sun offer virtualization software that let you run your Windows programs without logging out of OS X. And then there's Wine.


Wine is an Open Source application layer that runs within the Mac operating system rather than as a stand-alone, sandboxed operating system. The thing that all of these options, except Wine, have in common though is that they legally require you to actually run Windows and therefore own a Windows license. Wine, however, implements the Windows API allowing you to run Windows applications without actually running Windows.
David Baumgold has put together an excellent tutorial for setting up and using Wine on your Mac. The tutorial does a good job covering the pre-requisites, the actual installation, and then what to do with Wine once you have it installed. It should be noted that the installation of Wine is rather technical and should not be attempted by those unfamiliar with Terminal.app.

Once you get Wine up and running, you can install a myriad of different Windows applications from games to productivity apps (Office, anyone?). If you're curious about a particular program's compatibility with Wine, you can check out the AppDB for a list of applications and any issues present when running with Wine.

If you're interested in the technical benefits of Wine, you can also check out the excellent application Crossover, which is an easy-to-use port of Wine (pun intended) that makes it dead simple to get up and running with Wine.

Friday, January 8, 2010

CodeWeavers Road Map for 2010

From Jeremy White's Blog :

I thought I'd start the year fresh with a road map of what we hope to accomplish in 2010.

Early in the year, we plan to bring out 'Snow Mallard', our new platform for CrossOver 9. This is going to be an exciting release for us for a variety of reasons.

Our Linux users will be excited to see the first ever revamp of the GUI; folks that are weary of the TK look should enjoy the fresh new GTK interface. We also think the user interface as a whole is going to be substantially better, both for Mac and Linux users. It should feel faster and cleaner.

Next, we're going to make a major shift in the way we approach applications. CrossOver 9 is going to include the concept of 'Application Profiles'; a way to describe a given Windows application and all of its dependencies and quirks. This is going to allow us to expand the user interface to take advantage of all of the great work that has been done in the community areas of our compatibility center. This way, if one person discovers how best to run an application with CrossOver, they can easily share that information with all other users.

Essentially, in addition to directly supporting a limited range of applications ourselves, we're adding the ability for our community to help dramatically expand the number of applications that 'just work'.

Additionally, CrossOver 9 will reflect a year's progress in Wine. This means more applications will run, and applications that ran before should run more cleanly. We're particularly focused on Internet Explorer and Microsoft Office. With proper support for Excel Macros and a number of other Office features, we feel that Office users will appreciate CrossOver 9 very much.

After we ship CrossOver 9, we'll quickly ship CrossOver Games 9, which will have the same core engine and updates to a variety of games. We're hoping the new system will enable us to more cleanly support Lord of The Rings Online, and we're looking to improve support for Modern Warfare 2, and perhaps some titles such as the upcoming Star Trek Online.

After that, we'll need to focus on Microsoft Office 2010, and we're going to continue our work on Office 2003, 2007, and Internet Explorer.

But more than likely, our year is going to be consumed by the changes we're going to start in CrossOver 9. The plan is for CrossOver to integrate directly into the Compatibility Center, so that tips and tricks can flow directly from the work of one of our Advocates into a simple and easy install for one of our customers. Hopefully, this will make it that much easier for our users to run an ever expanding pool of Windows software.

Finally, I want to repeat that none of this would be possible without all of the support we receive from our customers and our advocates. Thank you all; I hope we can continue to sustain our work on Wine and CrossOver and continue to deserve your support.

Cheers,
Jeremy

Linux Gaming Are We There Yet?

Over the past few years, there has been a common question on the Linux vs. Windows desktop front: does the Linux desktop have the ability to play various major release games, and if so what is the performance difference between the two? Linux is commonly overlooked as a viable gaming platform in most communities. Our intention today is to shed some light on what does and does not work inside Linux, as well as give solid performance data for those looking for another option in the gaming world. Each OS has areas where it shows superiority over the other, but for the sake of staying true to the purpose of this article we will only be focusing on the game performance/functionality differences.

Unfortunately there are very few game releases that support running inside Linux natively. To combat this issue there are a few Linux projects that will allow Linux users to run Windows applications - note that we did not say "emulate Windows". We have selected three Linux projects in order to complete our initial round of testing. Our open source project selection "Wine" is a free, easily downloadable project that is created to support both Windows games and applications. The second selection, "Cedega", is a closed source implementation of Wine focused on gaming. The final selection is Crossover Games which like Cedega is a closed source implementation of Wine allowing for enhanced usability and gameplay over Wine.

Some are probably asking at this point, what is Wine? The Wine project was started in 1993 to allow Windows applications to be run under Linux. Wine takes the Windows API (Application Programming Interface) and implements it in the Linux user space. Since Wine is running in user space and is not a part of the Linux Kernel, it relies on the wineserver daemon to provide your basic Windows kernel functionality as well as other various tasks of X integration.

As a quick recap, there are two basic goals we want to complete in this article. First we want to compare performance and functionality of games between Linux and Windows. Second, we will look at the performance and functionality differences of Wine/Cedega/Crossover Games.

Wine Projects: Which Vintage?

Now that we have a basic understanding of Wine, we can dig into Cedega and Crossover Games a bit. The two major goals behind Cedega and Crossover Games are to offer additional game support and a friendlier user interface than what is currently implemented in Wine. That being said these projects have taken two different approaches to the solution.

Since version 2.1, Cedega has been patching and developing their code without using the public Wine source tree. This is mainly due to the license change that occurred with Wine back in 2002 from MIT to LGPL. Under LGPL Cedega would have been forced to publish all their source code for free. The result is that parts of Cedega are open source, but the GUI, Copyright Protection, texture compression, and other parts are closed source. The GUI and Copyright Protection (SecureRom and SafeDisk) is what most people really want, but there are other benefits to paying. First, you get a nice package that won't require compiling on your part - these are available for most Linux distros. If they don't have a package available, you can still get a precompiled binary. Purchasing Cedega also gives you the ability to vote on what games to support in future releases, potentially getting your personal favorite to work sooner rather than later.

Cedega will cost $25 for a 6 month subscription or $45 for one year. If you just want the free version, you lose out on the GUI and you're also going to need to try and get the project to compile on your own. That will entail finding and setting the correct flags for your distro, and in many cases you'll also need to find a patch to make it work.

Crossover Games uses the current Wine source tree and employs Wine developers to handle part of their proprietary code. Crossover Games also contributes code to the Wine project as per the LGPL license. This means more of the Crossover source code is available, but paying still provides a better experience - otherwise you're going to have to deal with the same compiling/patching issues as Cedega.

Crossover is available for Mac OS or Linux, with the Linux version costing $40 per year. (A $70 Professional version gets you enhanced features that are mostly useful for corporations and multi-user environments - nothing you need for gaming under Linux.) The free version of Crossover will provide users with some of the GUI, but the final result is still less desirable than the pay-for version. Honestly, if you're going out and buying $50 (or even $10) games and you really want to play them under Linux, you'll save yourself some headaches by just ponying up for the full version of the software. Of course, at that point you're almost half-way to the purchase of a licensed copy of Windows (though you'd still have to deal with the hassle of dual booting).

One of the key features Wine is missing is relative to Cedega/Crossover is an easy to use GUI. Wine does install shortcuts on your Linux desktop, but when it comes to managing your different Wine environments there isn't really anything available. As far as the free versions of Cedega/Crossover, you get a somewhat functional watered down version of Crossover/Cedega, but I have never had great results with the CVS versions. You might as well pay the couple of bucks to get the full version along with all the bells and whistles.

Users new to Linux will likely prefer Cedega/Crossover Games over Wine due to the interface and easy implementation of the application. Both of these projects also support different games than your standard Wine install. As far as game compatibility, the three projects use similar rating schemes. Wine and Crossover both use medals: Gold means it should install and run pretty much as you would expect; Silver means it will install and run well enough to be "usable", but you'll likely encounter some bugs or performance issues; and Bronze is for games that can install and at least partially run, but frequent bugs/crashes are likely. Wine also adds a Platinum rating, which is for games that install and run flawlessly - Gold Wine games may require a special configuration. For Cedega, the ratings are broken down into Cedega Certified (Platinum/Gold), Checkmark (Silver), and Exclamation Point (Bronze). There are of course plenty of other games that are unrated, as well as games that are known not to work.

Despite the ratings, it's possible to have a very different experience than what you would expect. A bronze game may work fine for you, or a gold game may have problems. Hardware and drivers play a role, sure, but other times you're just left with some head scratching. Of course, if you're already running Linux and intend to give any of the Wine projects a shot, you likely are familiar with the process of searching wikis and forums, a skill which can save a lot of time.

The Test Setup

One of the great things about Linux is that there are hundreds of distributions available for us to utilize. We are selecting Arch Linux (64-bit) for a few different reasons. The Arch base install is small and does not come packed with pre-configured running services. This will remove any question about what might be running in the background that affects gaming performance.

Full Article

Wine CXGames and Windows 7 Performance Comparison

I blog more than a little about Wine software. In the past I have run benchmarks between the most current pieces of Wine technology out there and how they compare with each other. However one important question many gamers have when looking to game on Linux is not so much how do the different Wine technologies compare with each other so much as how do they perform compared with the program(s) running natively on Windows? Since I finally installed Windows 7 I figured I would take a look into just how well my favorite non-emulators stack up against the native platform for a few 3D applications.

The Tests: I ran both a synthetic benchmark (3D Mark 2001se) as well as some actual game applications (TF2, L4D, & L4D2). Each test was run several times under Wine/CXGames/Windows to ensure that the scores are as accurate as possible.
The Hardware: While my hardware is not fastest in the world it is (as of posting this) relatively new and decently quick. Processor - Intel p9700 2.8ghz Dual Core, RAM - 4gigs of DDR3, Video Card: nVidia 260m with 1gig DDR3 dedicated memory.
Operating Systems and Drivers: Ubuntu 9.10, running the nVidia 190.53 driver & Windows 7, running the nVidia 195.62 driver
The Wine Software: Wine version 1.1.35 (with extra fonts and the d3dx9 packages installed via Winetricks) and CXGames 8.1.4 - both of these are the latest versions as of my posting this.
The Results:
3D Mark 2001 SE
  • Resolution: 1680x1050
  • - Wine Scored: 18497
  • - CXGames Scored: 18538
  • - Windows 7 Scored: 31573
  • Resolution: 1024x768
  • - Wine Scored: 22141
  • - CXGames Scored: 23265
  • - Windows 7 Scored: 35508
Team Fortress 2
  • Resolution: 1680x1050
  • - Wine: 65.11 fps
  • - CXGames: 61.78 fps
  • - Windows 7: 87.13 fps
  • Resolution: 1024x768
  • - Wine: 81.82 fps
  • - CXGames: 70.68 fps
  • - Windows 7: 101.88 fps
Left 4 Dead
  • Resolution: 1680x1050
  • - Wine: 13.76 fps
  • - CXGames: 27.36 fps
  • - Windows 7: 63.48 fps
  • Resolution: 1024x768
  • - Wine: 19.93 fps
  • - CXGames: 35.38 fps
  • - Windows 7: 65.65 fps
Left 4 Dead 2
  • Resolution: 1680x1050
  • - Wine: n/a
  • - CXGames: 38.45 fps
  • - Windows 7: 72.04 fps
  • Resolution: 1024x768
  • - Wine: n/a
  • - CXGames: 56.46 fps
  • - Windows 7: 111.68 fps
Full Article

Monday, January 4, 2010

Winetricks Script for Linux BSD Solaris and OS X

#!/bin/sh
# Quick and dirty script to download and install various
# redistributable runtime libraries
#
# Current maintainers: Austin English, Dan Kegel
# Copyright 2007, 2008, 2009 Google (Dan Kegel, dank@kegel.com)
# Copyright 2008, 2009 Austin English (austinenglish@gmail.com)
# Thanks to Detlef Riekenberg for lots of updates
# Thanks to Saulius Krasuckas for corrections and suggestions
# Thanks to Erik Inge Bolsø for several patches
# Thanks to Hugh Perkins for the directplay patch
# Please report problems at http://code.google.com/p/winezeug/issues
# See also http://wiki.winehq.org/winetricks
#
# Note to contributors: please avoid gnu extensions in this shell script,
# as it has to run on MacOSX and Solaris, too. A good book on the topic is
# “Portable Shell Programming” by Bruce Blinn

#—- Constants ————————————————-

# Name of this version of winetricks (YYYYMMDD)
VERSION=20091213

early_wine()
{
WINEDLLOVERRIDES=mshtml= $WINE “$@”
}

# Default values for important settings if not already in environment.
# These settings should not need editing here.
case “$OS” in
“Windows_NT”)
# Cheezy fix for getting rid of double slashes when running cygwin in wine
case $HOME in
/) HOME=”" ;;
esac
WINE=”"
WINEPREFIX=${WINEPREFIX:-$HOME/.wine}
DRIVE_C=”C:/”
XXXPATH=cygpath
;;
*)
WINE=${WINE:-wine}
WINEPREFIX=${WINEPREFIX:-$HOME/.wine}
DRIVE_C=”$WINEPREFIX/drive_c”
XXXPATH=”early_wine winepath”
;;
esac

# Internal variables; these locations are not too important
WINETRICKS_CACHE=$HOME/winetrickscache
# Default to hiding the directory, by popular demand
test -d “$WINETRICKS_CACHE” || WINETRICKS_CACHE=$HOME/.winetrickscache
WINETRICKS_CACHE_WIN=”`$XXXPATH -w $WINETRICKS_CACHE`”
WINETRICKS_TMP=”$DRIVE_C”/winetrickstmp
WINETRICKS_TMP_WIN=’c:\winetrickstmp’
mkdir -p $WINETRICKS_TMP

# Overridden for windows
ISO_MOUNT_ROOT=/mnt/winetricks

WINDIR=”$DRIVE_C/windows”

# Which sourceforge mirror to use. Rotate based on time, since
# their mirror picker sometimes persistantly sends you to a broken
# mirror.
case `date +%S` in
*[01]) SOURCEFORGE=http://internap.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge ;;
*[23]) SOURCEFORGE=http://easynews.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge ;;
*) SOURCEFORGE=http://downloads.sourceforge.net;;
esac

#—- Functions ————————————————-

# Check for known desktop environments
# Set variable DE to the desktop environment’s name, lowercase
detectDE() {
if [ x"$KDE_FULL_SESSION" = x"true" ]
then
DE=kde
elif [ x"$GNOME_DESKTOP_SESSION_ID" != x"" ]
then
DE=gnome
elif [ x"$DISPLAY" != x"" ]
then
DE=x
else
DE=none
fi
}

warn() {
echo “$@”

test “$GUI” = 1 || return

case $DE in
gnome) zenity –error –title=Winetricks –text=”$@” –no-wrap ;;
kde) kdialog –title Winetricks –error “$@” ;;
x) xmessage -title Winetricks -center “ Error: $@ ” ;;
esac
}

die() {
warn “$@”

exit 1
}

# Abort if user doesn’t own the given directory (or its parent, if it doesn’t exist yet)
die_if_user_not_dirowner() {
if test -d “$1″
then
checkdir=”$1″
else
# fixme: quoting problem?
checkdir=`dirname “$1″`
fi
nuser=`id -u`
nowner=`ls -l -n -d “$checkdir” | awk ‘{print $3}’`
if test x$nuser != x$nowner
then
die “You (`id -un`) don’t own $checkdir. Don’t run winetricks as another user!”
fi
}

#—————————————————————-

usage() {
set +x
# WARNING: do not use single quote in any package description; that breaks the gui menu.
echo “Usage: $0 [options] package [package] …”
echo “This script can help you prepare your system for Windows applications”
echo “that mistakenly assume all users’ systems have all the needed”
echo “redistributable runtime libraries or fonts.”
echo “Some options require the Linux ‘cabextract’ program.”
echo “”
echo “Options:”
echo ” -q quiet. You must have already agreed to the EULAs.”
echo ” -v verbose”
echo ” -V display Version”
echo “Packages:”
echo ” art2kmin MS Access 2007 runtime”
echo ” atmlib Adobe Type Manager. Needed for Adobe CS4″
echo ” autohotkey Autohotkey (open source gui scripting language)”
echo ” cmake CMake, the cross-platform, open-source build system”
echo ” colorprofile Standard RGB color profile”
echo ” comctl32 MS common controls 5.80″
echo ” comctl32.ocx MS comctl32.ocx and mscomctl.ocx, comctl32 wrappers for VB6″
echo ” controlpad MS ActiveX Control Pad”
echo ” corefonts MS Arial, Courier, Times fonts”
echo ” cygwin Unix apps for Windows (needed by some build scripts)”
echo ” d3dx9 MS d3dx9_??.dll (from DirectX 9 user redistributable)”
echo ” dcom98 MS DCOM (ole32, oleaut32); requires Windows 98 license, but does not check for one”
echo ” dinput8 MS dinput8.dll (from DirectX 9 user redistributable)”
echo ” dirac0.8 the obsolete Dirac 0.8 directshow filter”
echo ” directplay MS DirectPlay (from DirectX 9 user redistributable)”
echo ” directx9 MS DirectX 9 user redistributable (not recommended! use d3dx9 instead)”
echo ” divx divx video codec”
echo ” dotnet11 MS .NET 1.1 (requires Windows license, but does not check for one)”
# Doesn’t work yet, don’t make it public
# echo ” dotnet11sdk MS .NET Framework SDK Version 1.1 (requires Windows license, but does not check for one; may not work yet)”
echo ” dotnet20 MS .NET 2.0 (requires Windows license, but does not check for one)”
# Doesn’t work yet, don’t make it public
# echo ” dotnet20sdk MS .NET Framework SDK Version 2.0 (requires Windows license, but does not check for one, may not work yet)”
echo ” dotnet20sp2 MS .NET 2.0 sp2 (requires Windows license, but does not check for one)”
echo ” dotnet30 MS .NET 3.0 (requires Windows license, but does not check for one, might not work yet)”
echo ” droid Droid fonts (on LCD, looks better with fontsmooth-rgb)”
echo ” ffdshow ffdshow video codecs”
echo ” firefox Firefox web browser”
echo ” flash Adobe Flash Player ActiveX and firefox plugins”
echo ” fm20 MS Forms 2.0 Object Library”
echo ” fontfix Fix bad fonts which cause crash in some apps (e.g. .net).”
echo ” fontsmooth-bgr Enables subpixel smoothing for BGR LCDs”
echo ” fontsmooth-disable Disables font smoothing”
echo ” fontsmooth-gray Enables grayscale font smoothing”
echo ” fontsmooth-rgb Enables subpixel smoothing for RGB LCDs”
echo ” gdiplus MS gdiplus.dll”
echo ” gecko-dbg The HTML rendering Engine (Mozilla), with debugging symbols”
echo ” gecko The HTML rendering Engine (Mozilla)”
echo ” hosts Adds empty C:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\{hosts,services} files”
echo ” icodecs Intel Codecs (Indeo)”
echo ” ie6 Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0″
echo ” ie7 Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0″
echo ” jet40 MS Jet 4.0 Service Pack 8″
echo ” kde KDE for Windows installer”
echo ” liberation Red Hat Liberation fonts (Sans, Serif, Mono)”
echo ” mdac25 MS MDAC 2.5: Microsoft ODBC drivers, etc.”
echo ” mdac27 MS MDAC 2.7″
echo ” mdac28 MS MDAC 2.8″
echo ” mfc40 MS mfc40 (Microsoft Foundation Classes from Visual C++ 4)”
echo ” mfc42 MS mfc42 (same as vcrun6 below)”
echo ” mingw-gdb GDB for MinGW”
echo ” mingw Minimalist GNU for Windows, including GCC for Windows!”
echo ” mono20 mono-2.0.1″
echo ” mono22 mono-2.2″
echo ” mono24 mono-2.4″
echo ” mozillabuild Mozilla build environment”
echo ” mpc Media Player Classic”
echo ” mshflxgd MS Hierarchical Flex Grid Control”
echo ” msi2 MS Installer 2.0″
echo ” msls31 MS Line Services 3.1 (needed by native riched?)”
echo ” msmask MS Masked Edit Control”
echo ” msscript MS Script Control”
echo ” msxml3 MS XML version 3″
echo ” msxml4 MS XML version 4″
echo ” msxml6 MS XML version 6″
echo ” ogg ogg filters/codecs: flac, theora, speex, vorbis, schroedinger”
echo ” ole2 MS 16 bit OLE”
echo ” openwatcom Open Watcom C/C++ compiler (can compile win16 code!)”
echo ” pdh MS pdh.dll (Performance Data Helper)”
echo ” physx NVIDIA/AGEIA PhysX runtime”
echo ” psdk2003 MS Platform SDK 2003″
echo ” psdkvista MS Vista SDK (does not install yet)”
echo ” psdkwin7 MS Windows 7 SDK (installing just headers and c++ compiler works)”
echo ” python26 Python 2.6.2 (and pywin32)”
echo ” python-comtypes Python 0.6.1-1 comtypes package”
echo ” quicktime72 Apple Quicktime 7.2″
echo ” riched20 MS riched20 and riched32″
echo ” riched30 MS riched30″
echo ” richtx32 MS Rich TextBox Control 6.0″
echo ” shockwave Adobe Shockwave Player”
echo ” tahoma MS Tahoma font (not part of corefonts)”
echo ” urlmon MS urlmon.dll”
echo ” vb2run MS Visual Basic 2 runtime”
echo ” vb3run MS Visual Basic 3 runtime”
echo ” vb4run MS Visual Basic 4 runtime”
echo ” vb5run MS Visual Basic 5 runtime”
echo ” vb6run MS Visual Basic 6 Service Pack 6 runtime”
echo ” vc2005express MS Visual C++ 2005 Express”
echo ” vc2005expresssp1 MS Visual C++ 2005 Express SP1 (does not work yet)”
echo ” vc2005sp1 MS Visual C++ 2005 Service Pack 1 (install trial 1st)”
echo ” vc2005trial MS Visual C++ 2005 Trial”
echo ” vcrun2003 MS Visual C++ 2003 libraries (mfc71,msvcp71,msvcr71)”
echo ” vcrun2005 MS Visual C++ 2005 sp1 libraries (mfc80,msvcp80,msvcr80)”
echo ” vcrun2008 MS Visual C++ 2008 libraries (mfc90,msvcp90,msvcr90)”
echo ” vcrun6 MS Visual C++ 6 sp4 libraries (mfc42, msvcp60, msvcrt)”
echo ” vcrun6sp6 MS Visual C++ 6 sp6 libraries (mfc42, msvcp60, msvcrt; 64 MB download)”
echo ” vjrun20 MS Visual J# 2.0 SE libraries (requires dotnet20)”
echo ” vlc VLC media player”
echo ” wenquanyi WenQuanYi CJK font (on LCD looks better with fontsmooth-rgb)”
echo ” wininet MS wininet.dll (requires Windows license, but does not check for one)”
echo ” wme9 MS Windows Media Encoder 9 (requires Windows license, but does not check for one)”
echo ” wmp10 MS Windows Media Player 10 (requires Windows license, but does not check for one)”
echo ” wmp9 MS Windows Media Player 9 (requires Windows license, but does not check for one)”
echo ” wsh56js MS Windows scripting 5.6, jscript only, no cscript”
echo ” wsh56 MS Windows Scripting Host 5.6″
echo ” wsh56vb MS Windows scripting 5.6, vbscript only, no cscript”
echo ” xact MS XACT Engine (x3daudio?_?.dll, xactengine?_?.dll)”
echo ” xvid xvid video codec”
echo “Pseudopackages:”
echo ” allfonts All listed fonts (corefonts, tahoma, liberation)”
echo ” allcodecs All listed codecs (xvid, ffdshow, icodecs)”
echo ” fakeie6 Set registry to claim IE6sp1 is installed”
echo ” glsl-disable Disable GLSL use by Wine Direct3D”
echo ” glsl-enable Enable GLSL use by Wine Direct3D (default)”
echo ” heapcheck Enable heap checking”
echo ” native_mdac Override odbc32, odbccp32 and oledb32″
echo ” native_oleaut32 Override oleaut32″
echo ” nocrashdialog Disable the graphical crash dialog”
echo ” orm=backbuffer Registry tweak: OffscreenRenderingMode=backbuffer”
echo ” orm=fbo Registry tweak: OffscreenRenderingMode=fbo (default)”
echo ” orm=pbuffer Registry tweak: OffscreenRenderingMode=pbuffer”
echo ” sandbox Sandbox the wineprefix – remove links to ~”
echo ” sound=alsa Set sound driver to ALSA”
echo ” sound=audioio Set sound driver to AudioIO”
echo ” sound=coreaudio Set sound driver to CoreAudio”
echo ” sound=esound Set sound driver to Esound”
echo ” sound=jack Set sound driver to Jack”
echo ” sound=nas Set sound driver to Nas”
echo ” sound=oss Set sound driver to OSS”
echo ” nt40 Set windows version to nt40″
echo ” win98 Set windows version to Windows 98″
echo ” win2k Set windows version to Windows 2000″
echo ” winxp Set windows version to Windows XP”
echo ” vista Set windows version to Windows Vista”
echo ” winver= Set windows version to default (winxp)”
echo ” volnum Rename drive_c to harddiskvolume0 (needed by some installers)”
}

#—————————————————————-
# Trivial GUI just to handle case where user tries running without commandline

kde_showmenu() {
title=”$1″
shift
text=”$1″
shift
col1name=”$1″
shift
col2name=”$1″
shift
while test $# -gt 0
do
args=”$args $1 $1 off”
shift
done
kdialog –title “$title” –separate-output –checklist “$text” $args
}

x_showmenu() {
title=”$1″
shift
text=”$1″
shift
col1name=”$1″
shift
col2name=”$1″
shift
if test $# -gt 0
then
args=”$1″
shift
fi
while test $# -gt 0
do
args=”$args,$1″
shift
done
(echo “$title”; echo “”; echo “$text”) | \
xmessage -print -file – -buttons “Cancel,$args” | sed ’s/Cancel//’
}

showmenu()
{
case $DE in
kde) kde_showmenu “$@” ;;
gnome|x) x_showmenu “$@” ;;
none) usage 1>&2; exit 1;;
esac
}

dogui()
{
if [ $DE = gnome ]
then
echo “zenity –title ‘Select a package to install’ –text ‘Install?’ –list –checklist –column ” –column Package –column Description –height 440 –width 600 \\” > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/zenity.sh
usage | grep ‘^ [a-z]‘ | sed ’s/^ \([^ ]*\) *\(.*\)/FALSE “\1″ ‘”‘\2′/” | sed ’s/$/ \\/’ >> $WINETRICKS_TMP/zenity.sh
todo=”`sh “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/zenity.sh | tr ‘|’ ‘ ‘`”
else
packages=`usage | awk ‘/^ [a-z]/ {print $1}’`
todo=”`showmenu “winetricks” “Select a package to install” “Install?” “Package” $packages`”
fi

if test “$todo”x = x
then
exit 0
fi
}

#—– Helpers ————————————————

# Execute with error checking
try() {
# “VAR=foo try cmd” fails to put VAR in the environment
# with some versions of bash if try is a shell function?!
# Adding this explicit export works around it.
export WINEDLLOVERRIDES
echo Executing “$@”
# Mark executable – needed if running on windows vista
case “$1″ in
*.exe) chmod +x “$1″ || true
cmd /c “$@”
;;
*)
“$@”
;;
esac
status=$?
if test $status -ne 0
then
die “Note: command ‘$@’ returned status $status. Aborting.”
fi
}

try_regedit() {
try early_wine regedit “$@”
}

regedit() {
die oops, bug, please report
}

# verify an sha1sum
verify_sha1sum() {
wantsum=$1
file=$2

gotsum=`$SHA1SUM < $file | sed ’s/ .*//’` if [ "$gotsum"x != "$wantsum"x ] then die “sha1sum mismatch! Rename $file and try again.” fi }

# Download a file
# Usage: package url [sha1sum [filename]]
# Caches downloads in winetrickscache/$package
download() {
if [ "$4"x != ""x ]
then
file=”$4″
else
file=`basename “$2″`
fi
cache=”$WINETRICKS_CACHE/$1″
mkdir -p “$cache”
if test ! -f “$cache/$file”
then
cd “$cache”
# Mac folks tend to have curl rather than wget
# On Mac, ‘which’ doesn’t return good exit status
# Need to jam in –header “Accept-Encoding: gzip,deflate” else
# redhat.com decompresses liberation-fonts.tar.gz!
if [ -x "`which wget`" ]
then
# Use -nd to insulate ourselves from people who set -x in WGETRC
# [*] –retry-connrefused works around the broken sf.net mirroring
# system when downloading corefonts
# [*] –read-timeout is useful on the adobe server that doesn’t
# close the connection unless you tell it to (control-C or closing
# the socket)
try wget -O “$file” -nd -c –read-timeout=300 –retry-connrefused –header “Accept-Encoding: gzip,deflate” “$2″
else
# curl doesn’t get filename from the location given by the server!
# fortunately, we know it
try curl -L -o “$file” -C – –header “Accept-Encoding: gzip,deflate” “$2″
fi
# Need to decompress .exe’s that are compressed, else cygwin fails
# Only affects cygwin, so don’t barf if ‘file’ not installed
FILE=`which file`
case $FILE-$file in
/*-*.exe)
case `file $file` in
*gzip*) mv $file $file.gz; gunzip < $file.gz > $file;;
esac
esac

cd “$olddir”
fi
if [ "$3"x != ""x ]
then
verify_sha1sum $3 “$cache/$file”
fi
}

set_winver() {
echo “Setting Windows version to $1″
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/set-winver.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine]
“Version”=”$1″

_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/set-winver.reg
}

set_app_winver() {
app=”$1″
version=”$2″
echo “Setting $app to $version mode”
(
echo REGEDIT4
echo “”
echo “[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\Software\\Wine\\AppDefaults\\$app]”
echo “\”Version\”=\”$version\”"
) > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/set-winver.reg

try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/set-winver.reg
rm “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/set-winver.reg
}

set_orm() {
echo “Setting OffscreenRenderingMode to $1″
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/set-orm.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Direct3D]
“OffscreenRenderingMode”=”$1″

_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/set-orm.reg
}

set_sound_driver() {
echo “Setting sound driver to to $1″
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/set-sound.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Drivers]
“Audio”=”$1″

_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/set-sound.reg
}

disable_crashdialog() {
echo “Disabling graphical crash dialog”
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/crashdialog.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\WineDbg]
“ShowCrashDialog”=dword:00000000

_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/crashdialog.reg
}

sandbox() {
# remove symlinks
try rm “$WINEPREFIX/drive_c/users/$USER/Desktop”
try rm “$WINEPREFIX/drive_c/users/$USER/My Documents”
try rm “$WINEPREFIX/drive_c/users/$USER/My Music”
try rm “$WINEPREFIX/drive_c/users/$USER/My Pictures”
try rm “$WINEPREFIX/drive_c/users/$USER/My Videos”
# create replacement directories
try mkdir “$WINEPREFIX/drive_c/users/$USER/Desktop”
try mkdir “$WINEPREFIX/drive_c/users/$USER/My Documents”
try mkdir “$WINEPREFIX/drive_c/users/$USER/My Music”
try mkdir “$WINEPREFIX/drive_c/users/$USER/My Pictures”
try mkdir “$WINEPREFIX/drive_c/users/$USER/My Videos”
}

unset_winver() {
echo “Clearing Windows version back to default”
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/unset-winver.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine]
“Version”=-

_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/unset-winver.reg
}

override_dlls() {
mode=$1
shift
echo Using $mode override for following DLLs: $@
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/override-dll.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\DllOverrides]
_EOF_
while test “$1″ != “”
do
case “$1″ in
comctl32)
rm -rf “$WINDIR”/winsxs/manifests/x86_microsoft.windows.common-controls_6595b64144ccf1df_6.0.2600.2982_none_deadbeef.manifest
;;
esac
echo “\”$1\”=\”$mode\”" >> “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/override-dll.reg
shift
done

try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/override-dll.reg
rm “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/override-dll.reg
}

override_app_dlls() {
app=$1
shift
mode=$1
shift
echo Using $mode override for following DLLs when running $app: $@
(
echo REGEDIT4
echo “”
echo “[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\Software\\Wine\\AppDefaults\\$app\\DllOverrides]”
) > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/override-dll.reg

while test “$1″ != “”
do
case “$1″ in
comctl32)
rm -rf “$WINDIR”/winsxs/manifests/x86_microsoft.windows.common-controls_6595b64144ccf1df_6.0.2600.2982_none_deadbeef.manifest
;;
esac
echo “\”$1\”=\”$mode\”" >> “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/override-dll.reg
shift
done

try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/override-dll.reg
rm “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/override-dll.reg
}

register_font() {
file=$1
shift
font=$1
#echo “Registering $file as $font”
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/register-font.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Fonts]
“$font”=”$file”
_EOF_
# too verbose
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/register-font.reg
}

append_path() {
# Get the %PATH%
WIN_PATH=”`WINEDEBUG= $WINE cmd.exe /c echo “%PATH%”`”

# Set the path. Make sure to not remove any other variables in %PATH% set by the user/other programs:
NEW_PATH=”$1″
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/path.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\System\\CurrentControlSet\\Control\\Session Manager\\Environment]
_EOF_

printf ‘”PATH”=”‘ >>”$WINETRICKS_TMP”/path.reg
printf “$NEW_PATH;$WIN_PATH”‘\”‘ | sed “s/\\\\/\\\\\\\\/g” >> “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/path.reg

try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/path.reg
rm -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/path.reg

}
#—– common download for several verbs
helper_directx_dl() {
# Aug 2009 DirectX 9c User Redistributable
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=04ac064b-00d1-474e-b7b1-442d8712d553
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/B/7/9/B79FC9D7-47B8-48B7-A75E-101DEBEB5AB4/directx_aug2009_redist.exe 563b96a3d78d6038d10428f23954f083320b4019

DIRECTX_NAME=directx_aug2009_redist.exe
}

#—– One function per package, in alphabetical order ———-

load_art2kmin() {
# See http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=d9ae78d9-9dc6-4b38-9fa6-2c745a175aed&displaylang=en
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/D/2/A/D2A2FC8B-0447-491C-A5EF-E8AA3A74FB98/AccessRuntime.exe 571811b7536e97cf4e4e53bbf8260cddd69f9b2d
cd “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”
try $WINE AccessRuntime.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_atmlib() {
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=1001AAF1-749F-49F4-8010-297BD6CA33A0&displaylang=en
# FIXME: This is a huge download for a single dll.
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/E/6/A/E6A04295-D2A8-40D0-A0C5-241BFECD095E/W2KSP4_EN.EXE fadea6d94a014b039839fecc6e6a11c20afa4fa8
cd “$WINETRICKS_TMP”
try cabextract “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/W2KSP4_EN.EXE i386/atmlib.dl_
try cp atmlib.dll “$WINDIR”/system32
try rm -rf i386
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_autohotkey() {
download . http://www.autohotkey.net/programs/AutoHotkey104805_Install.exe 13e5a9ca6d5b7705f1cd02560c3af4d38b1904fc
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/AutoHotkey104805_Install.exe $WINETRICKS_S
}

#—————————————————————-

load_cc580() {
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=6f94d31a-d1e0-4658-a566-93af0d8d4a1e
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/platformsdk/redist/5.80.2614.3600/w9xnt4/en-us/cc32inst.exe 94c3c494258cc54bd65d2f0153815737644bffde

try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/cc32inst.exe “/T:$winetricks_tmp_win” /c $WINETRICKS_QUIET
try unzip -o $WINETRICKS_UNIXQUIET -d “$WINDIR”/temp “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/comctl32.exe
try $WINE “$WINDIR”/temp/x86/50ComUpd.Exe “/T:$winetricks_tmp_win” /c $WINETRICKS_QUIET
try cp “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/comcnt.dll “$WINDIR”/system32/comctl32.dll

override_dlls native,builtin comctl32

# some builtin apps don’t like native comctl32
override_app_dlls winecfg.exe builtin comctl32
override_app_dlls explorer.exe builtin comctl32
override_app_dlls iexplore.exe builtin comctl32
}

#—————————————————————-

load_cmake() {
download . http://www.cmake.org/files/v2.6/cmake-2.6.4-win32-x86.exe 00bd502423546b8bce19ffc180ea78e0e2f396cf
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/cmake-2.6.4-win32-x86.exe
}

#—————————————————————-

load_comctl32ocx() {
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=25437D98-51D0-41C1-BB14-64662F5F62FE
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/3/a/5/3a5925ac-e779-4b1c-bb01-af67dc2f96fc/VisualBasic6-KB896559-v1-ENU.exe f52cf2034488235b37a1da837d1c40eb2a1bad84

try cabextract -q –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/VisualBasic6-KB896559-v1-ENU.exe
try cp “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/mscomctl.ocx “$WINDIR”/system32/mscomctl.ocx
try cp “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/comctl32.ocx “$WINDIR”/system32/comctl32.ocx
try $WINE regsvr32 comctl32.ocx
try $WINE regsvr32 mscomctl.ocx
}

#—————————————————————-

load_colorprofile() {
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/whistler/hwdev1/1.0/wxp/en-us/ColorProfile.exe 6b72836b32b343c82d0760dff5cb51c2f47170eb
try unzip -o $WINETRICKS_UNIXQUIET -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/ColorProfile.exe
mkdir -p “$WINDIR”/system32/spool/drivers/color
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP/sRGB Color Space Profile.icm” “$WINDIR”/system32/spool/drivers/color
}

#—————————————————————-

load_controlpad() {
# http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms968493.aspx
# Fixes error “Failed to load UniText…”
load_wsh56
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/activexcontrolpad/install/4.0.0.950/win98mexp/en-us/setuppad.exe 8921e0f52507ca6a373c94d222777c750fb48af7
try cabextract –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/setuppad.exe
echo “If setup says ‘Unable to start DDE …’, press Ignore”
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/setup $WINETRICKS_QUIET_T
}

#—————————————————————-

load_corefonts() {
# See http://corefonts.sf.net
# TODO: let user pick mirror,
# see http://corefonts.sourceforge.net/msttcorefonts-2.0-1.spec for how
# TODO: add more fonts

# Added More Fonts (see msttcorefonts)
# [*] Pointed download locations to sites that actually contained the
# fonts to download (as of 04-03-2008)
#download . $SOURCEFORGE/corefonts/andale32.exe c4db8cbe42c566d12468f5fdad38c43721844c69
download . $SOURCEFORGE/corefonts/arial32.exe 6d75f8436f39ab2da5c31ce651b7443b4ad2916e
download . $SOURCEFORGE/corefonts/arialb32.exe d45cdab84b7f4c1efd6d1b369f50ed0390e3d344
download . $SOURCEFORGE/corefonts/comic32.exe 2371d0327683dcc5ec1684fe7c275a8de1ef9a51
download . $SOURCEFORGE/corefonts/courie32.exe 06a745023c034f88b4135f5e294fece1a3c1b057
download . $SOURCEFORGE/corefonts/georgi32.exe 90e4070cb356f1d811acb943080bf97e419a8f1e
download . $SOURCEFORGE/corefonts/impact32.exe 86b34d650cfbbe5d3512d49d2545f7509a55aad2
download . $SOURCEFORGE/corefonts/times32.exe 20b79e65cdef4e2d7195f84da202499e3aa83060
download . $SOURCEFORGE/corefonts/trebuc32.exe 50aab0988423efcc9cf21fac7d64d534d6d0a34a
download . $SOURCEFORGE/corefonts/verdan32.exe f5b93cedf500edc67502f116578123618c64a42a
download . $SOURCEFORGE/corefonts/webdin32.exe 2fb4a42c53e50bc70707a7b3c57baf62ba58398f

# Natively installed versions of these fonts will cause the installers
# to exit silently. Because there are apps out there that depend on the
# files being present in the Windows font directory we use cabextract
# to obtain the files and register the fonts by hand.

# Andale needs a FontSubstitutes entry
# try cabextract –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/andale32.exe

# Display EULA
test x”$WINETRICKS_QUIET” = x”" || try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/arial32.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET

try cabextract -q –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/arial32.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/Arial*.TTF “$winefontsdir”
register_font Arial.TTF “Arial (TrueType)”
register_font Arialbd.TTF “Arial Bold (TrueType)”
register_font Arialbi.TTF “Arial Bold Italic (TrueType)”
register_font Ariali.TTF “Arial Italic (TrueType)”

try cabextract -q –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/arialb32.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/AriBlk.TTF “$winefontsdir”
register_font AriBlk.TTF “Arial Black (TrueType)”

try cabextract -q –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/comic32.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/Comic*.TTF “$winefontsdir”
register_font Comic.TTF “Comic Sans MS (TrueType)”
register_font Comicbd.TTF “Comic Sans MS Bold (TrueType)”

try cabextract -q –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/courie32.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/cour*.ttf “$winefontsdir”
register_font Cour.TTF “Courier New (TrueType)”
register_font CourBD.TTF “Courier New Bold (TrueType)”
register_font CourBI.TTF “Courier New Bold Italic (TrueType)”
register_font Couri.TTF “Courier New Italic (TrueType)”

try cabextract -q –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/georgi32.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/Georgia*.TTF “$winefontsdir”
register_font Georgia.TTF “Georgia (TrueType)”
register_font Georgiab.TTF “Georgia Bold (TrueType)”
register_font Georgiaz.TTF “Georgia Bold Italic (TrueType)”
register_font Georgiai.TTF “Georgia Italic (TrueType)”

try cabextract -q –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/impact32.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/Impact.TTF “$winefontsdir”
register_font Impact.TTF “Impact (TrueType)”

try cabextract -q –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/times32.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/Times*.TTF “$winefontsdir”
register_font Times.TTF “Times New Roman (TrueType)”
register_font Timesbd.TTF “Times New Roman Bold (TrueType)”
register_font Timesbi.TTF “Times New Roman Bold Italic (TrueType)”
register_font Timesi.TTF “Times New Roman Italic (TrueType)”

try cabextract -q –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/trebuc32.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/trebuc*.ttf “$winefontsdir”
register_font Trebuc.TTF “Trebucet MS (TrueType)”
register_font Trebucbd.TTF “Trebucet MS Bold (TrueType)”
register_font Trebucbi.TTF “Trebucet MS Bold Italic (TrueType)”
register_font Trebucit.TTF “Trebucet MS Italic (TrueType)”

try cabextract -q –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/verdan32.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/Verdana*.TTF “$winefontsdir”
register_font Verdana.TTF “Verdana (TrueType)”
register_font Verdanab.TTF “Verdana Bold (TrueType)”
register_font Verdanaz.TTF “Verdana Bold Italic (TrueType)”
register_font Verdanai.TTF “Verdana Italic (TrueType)”

try cabextract -q –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/webdin32.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/Webdings.TTF “$winefontsdir”
register_font Webdings.TTF “Webdings (TrueType)”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_cygwin() {
download cygwin http://cygwin.com/setup.exe 5cfb8ebe4f385b0fcffa04d22d607ec75ea05180
mkdir -p “$DRIVE_C”/cygpkgs
cp “$WINETRICKS_CACHE/cygwin/setup.exe” “$DRIVE_C”/cygpkgs
cd “$DRIVE_C”/cygpkgs
try $WINE setup.exe
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_d3dx9() {
helper_directx_dl

# Kinder, less invasive directx – only extract and override d3dx9_??.dll
cabextract -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” -L -F ‘*d3dx9*x86*’ “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/$DIRECTX_NAME
for x in `ls “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/*.cab`
do
cabextract -d “$WINDIR”/system32 -L -F ‘*.dll’ “$x”
done

# For now, not needed, but when Wine starts preferring our builtin dll over native it will be.
override_dlls native d3dx9_24 d3dx9_25 d3dx9_26 d3dx9_27 d3dx9_28 d3dx9_29 d3dx9_30
override_dlls native d3dx9_31 d3dx9_32 d3dx9_33 d3dx9_34 d3dx9_35 d3dx9_36 d3dx9_37
override_dlls native d3dx9_38 d3dx9_39 d3dx9_40 d3dx9_41 d3dx9_42
}

#—————————————————————-
load_dinput8() {
helper_directx_dl

cabextract -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” -L -F ‘dxnt.cab’ “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/$DIRECTX_NAME
cabextract -d “$WINDIR”/system32 -L -F ‘dinput8.dll’ “$WINETRICKS_TMP/dxnt.cab”

try $WINE regsvr32 dinput8

override_dlls native dinput8
}

#—————————————————————-

load_dirac08() {
download . http://codecpack.nl/dirac_dsfilter_080.exe aacfcddf6b2636de5f0a50422ba9155e395318af
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dirac_dsfilter_080.exe $WINETRICKS_SILENT
}

#—————————————————————-

load_directplay() {
helper_directx_dl

cabextract -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” -L -F dxnt.cab “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/$DIRECTX_NAME
cabextract -d “$WINDIR”/system32 -L -F ‘dplaysvr.exe’ “$WINETRICKS_TMP/dxnt.cab”
cabextract -d “$WINDIR”/system32 -L -F ‘dplayx.dll’ “$WINETRICKS_TMP/dxnt.cab”
cabextract -d “$WINDIR”/system32 -L -F ‘dpnet.dll’ “$WINETRICKS_TMP/dxnt.cab”
cabextract -d “$WINDIR”/system32 -L -F ‘dpnhpast.dll’ “$WINETRICKS_TMP/dxnt.cab”
cabextract -d “$WINDIR”/system32 -L -F ‘dpwsockx.dll’ “$WINETRICKS_TMP/dxnt.cab”

try $WINE regsvr32 dplayx.dll
try $WINE regsvr32 dpnet.dll
try $WINE regsvr32 dpnhpast.dll

override_dlls native dplayx dpnet dpnhpast dpwsockx
}

#—————————————————————-

load_directx9() {
helper_directx_dl

# Stefan suggested that, when installing, one should override as follows:
# 1) use builtin wintrust (we don’t run native properly somehow?)
# 2) disable mscoree (else if it’s present some module misbehaves?)
# 3) override native any directx DLL whose Wine version doesn’t register itself well yet
# For #3, I have no idea which DLLs don’t register themselves well yet,
# so I’m just listing a few of the basic ones. Let’s whittle that
# list down as soon as we can.
echo “You probably shouldn’t be using this. It’s VERY invasive.”
echo “Use ‘winetricks d3dx9′ instead.”
set_winver win2k
WINEDLLOVERRIDES=”wintrust=b,mscoree=,ddraw,d3d8,d3d9,dsound,dinput=n” \
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/$DIRECTX_NAME /t:”$WINETRICKS_TMP_WIN” $WINETRICKS_QUIET

# How many of these do we really need?
# We should probably remove most of these…?
override_dlls native d3dim d3drm d3dx8 d3dx9_24 d3dx9_25 d3dx9_26 d3dx9_27 d3dx9_28 d3dx9_29
override_dlls native d3dx9_30 d3dx9_31 d3dx9_32 d3dx9_33 d3dx9_34 d3dx9_35 d3dx9_36 d3dx9_37
override_dlls native d3dx9_38 d3dx9_39 d3dx9_40 d3dx9_41 d3dx9_42 d3dxof
override_dlls native dciman32 ddrawex devenum dmband dmcompos dmime dmloader dmscript dmstyle
override_dlls native dmsynth dmusic dmusic32 dnsapi dplay dplayx dpnaddr dpnet dpnhpast dpnlobby
override_dlls native dswave dxdiagn mscoree msdmo qcap quartz streamci
override_dlls builtin d3d8 d3d9 dinput dinput8 dsound

# Should be below, but fails on Wine when used silently.
#if [ $WINETRICKS_QUIET ]
#then
# try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_TMP_WIN”/DXSETUP.exe /silent
#else
# try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_TMP_WIN”/DXSETUP.exe
#fi

try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_TMP_WIN”/DXSETUP.exe

unset_winver
}

#—————————————————————-

load_divx() {
# 6.8.2: 02203fdc4dddd13e789c39b22902837da31d2a1d ?
# 6.8.2: e36bf87c1675d0cf9169839bc0cd8f866b9db026 as of 4 Jun 2008 as http://download.divx.com/divx/DivXInstaller.exe
# 6.8.3: f4f4387ef89316aea440a29f3e24c1f1945e14af as of 20 Jun 2008 as http://download.divx.com/divx/abt/b1/DivXInstaller.exe
# 6.8.4: c5fcb1465a1bb24d1c104c2588fdb6706d1e1476 as of 10 Jul 2008 as http://download.divx.com/divx/abt/b1/DivXInstaller.exe
# 6.8.4: d28a2b041f4af45d22c4dedfe7608f2958cf997d as of 23 Aug 2008 as http://download.divx.com/divx/DivXInstaller.exe

# 7.? 4d91ef90ae26a6088851560c4263ef0cdbf09123 as of 22 Mar 2009 as http://download.divx.com/divx/DivXInstaller.exe
# 7.0.? 19c9ba3104025d1fab335e405e7f411dfbbcb477 as of 28 May 2009 as http://download.divx.com/divx/DivXInstaller.exe
# 7.0.? 786aef0f421df5e7358d2d740d9911f9afd055de as of 24 June 2009 as http://download.divx.com/divx/DivXInstaller.exe
# 7.0.? ad420bf8bf72e924e658c9c6ad6bba76b848fb79 as of 23 Sep 2009 as http://download.divx.com/divx/DivXInstaller.exe
# 7.0.? 3385aa8f6ba64ae32e06f651bbbea247bcc1a44d as of 12 Dec 2009 as http://download.divx.com/divx/DivXInstaller.exe

download divx-7 http://download.divx.com/divx/DivXInstaller.exe 3385aa8f6ba64ae32e06f651bbbea247bcc1a44d

try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/divx-7/DivXInstaller
}

#—————————————————————-

load_dcom98() {
# Install native dcom per http://wiki.winehq.org/NativeDcom
# to avoid http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=4228
# See http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=08b1ac1b-7a11-43e8-b59d-0867f9bdda66
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/d/1/3/d13cd456-f0cf-4fb2-a17f-20afc79f8a51/DCOM98.EXE aff002bd03f17340b2bef2e6b9ea8e3798e9ccc1

# Pick win98 so we can install native dcom
set_winver win98

# Avoid “err:setupapi:SetupDefaultQueueCallbackA copy error 5 …”
# Those messages are suspect, probably shouldn’t be err’s.
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/ole32.dll
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/olepro32.dll
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/oleaut32.dll
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/rpcrt4.dll

# Normally only need to override ole32, but overriding advpack
# as well gets us the correct exit status.
WINEDLLOVERRIDES=”ole32,advpack=n” try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/DCOM98.EXE $WINETRICKS_QUIET

# Set native DCOM by default for all apps (ok, this might be overkill)
override_dlls native,builtin ole32 oleaut32 rpcrt4

# but not for a few builtin apps that don’t like it
override_app_dlls explorer.exe builtin ole32 oleaut32 rpcrt4
override_app_dlls iexplore.exe builtin ole32 oleaut32 rpcrt4
override_app_dlls services.exe builtin ole32 oleaut32 rpcrt4
override_app_dlls wineboot.exe builtin ole32 oleaut32 rpcrt4
override_app_dlls winedevice.exe builtin ole32 oleaut32 rpcrt4

# and undo version win98
unset_winver
}

#—————————————————————-

load_dotnet11() {
DOTNET_INSTALL_DIR=”$WINDIR/Microsoft.NET/Framework/v1.1.4322″

# If this is just a dependency check, don’t re-install
if test $PACKAGE != dotnet11 && test -d “$DOTNET_INSTALL_DIR”
then
echo “prerequisite dotnet11 already installed, skipping”
return
fi

# need corefonts, else installer crashes
load_corefonts

# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=262D25E3-F589-4842-8157-034D1E7CF3A3
download dotnet11 http://download.microsoft.com/download/a/a/c/aac39226-8825-44ce-90e3-bf8203e74006/dotnetfx.exe 16a354a2207c4c8846b617cbc78f7b7c1856340e
if [ $WINETRICKS_QUIET ]
then
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet11/dotnetfx.exe /q /C:”install /q”
else
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet11/dotnetfx.exe
fi
}

#—————————————————————-

load_dotnet11sdk() {
load_dotnet11

warn “Installer hangs at end… not sure if it works fully.”
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9B3A2CA6-3647-4070-9F41-A333C6B9181D
download dotnet11sdk http://download.microsoft.com/download/5/2/0/5202f918-306e-426d-9637-d7ee26fbe507/setup.exe 9509b14924bcaf84a7780de3f6ad7894004c3450
cd “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet11sdk
try $WINE setup.exe
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_dotnet20() {
# If this is just a dependency check, don’t re-install
if test $PACKAGE != dotnet20 && test -f “$WINDIR”/system32/l_intl.nls
then
echo “prerequisite dotnet20 already installed, skipping”
return
fi
warn “Instaling .net 2.0 runtime. Can take several minutes. See http://wiki.winehq.org/MicrosoftDotNet for tips.”

# Recipe from http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=10467#c57
test -d “$WINDIR/gecko” || test -d “$WINDIR/system32/gecko” || load_gecko
set_winver win2k
# See http://kegel.com/wine/l_intl-sh.txt for how l_intl.nls was generated
download dotnet20 http://kegel.com/wine/l_intl.nls 0d2e3f025bcdf852b192c9408a361ac2659fa249
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet20/l_intl.nls “$WINDIR/system32/”

# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=0856eacb-4362-4b0d-8edd-aab15c5e04f5
download dotnet20 http://download.microsoft.com/download/5/6/7/567758a3-759e-473e-bf8f-52154438565a/dotnetfx.exe a3625c59d7a2995fb60877b5f5324892a1693b2a
if [ "$WINETRICKS_QUIET"x = ""x ]
then
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet20/dotnetfx.exe
else
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet20/dotnetfx.exe /q /c:”install.exe /q”
fi
unset_winver
}
#—————————————————————-

load_dotnet20sp2() {
warn “Instaling .net 2.0 runtime. Can take several minutes. See http://wiki.winehq.org/MicrosoftDotNet for tips.”

# Recipe from http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=10467#c57
test -d “$WINDIR/gecko” || test -d “$WINDIR/system32/gecko” || load_gecko
#set_winver win2k
# See http://kegel.com/wine/l_intl-sh.txt for how l_intl.nls was generated
download dotnet20 http://kegel.com/wine/l_intl.nls 0d2e3f025bcdf852b192c9408a361ac2659fa249
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet20/l_intl.nls “$WINDIR/system32/”

# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=5B2C0358-915B-4EB5-9B1D-10E506DA9D0F
download dotnet20 http://download.microsoft.com/download/c/6/e/c6e88215-0178-4c6c-b5f3-158ff77b1f38/NetFx20SP2_x86.exe 22d776d4d204863105a5db99e8b8888be23c61a7
if [ "$WINETRICKS_QUIET"x = ""x ]
then
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet20/NetFx20SP2_x86.exe
else
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet20/NetFx20SP2_x86.exe /q /c:”install.exe /q”
fi
unset_winver
}

#—————————————————————-

load_dotnet20sdk() {
load_dotnet20

# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=9B3A2CA6-3647-4070-9F41-A333C6B9181D
download dotnet20sdk http://download.microsoft.com/download/c/4/b/c4b15d7d-6f37-4d5a-b9c6-8f07e7d46635/setup.exe 4e4b1072b5e65e855358e2028403f2dc52a62ab4
cd “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet20sdk
try $WINE setup.exe
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_dotnet30() {
# If this is just a dependency check, don’t re-install
if test $PACKAGE != dotnet30 && test -d “$WINDIR/Microsoft.NET/Framework/v3.0/Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0″
then
echo “prerequisite dotnet30 already installed, skipping”
return
fi

warn “Instaling .net 3.0 runtime. Can take 15-30 minutes. See http://wiki.winehq.org/MicrosoftDotNet for tips.”
load_dotnet20

# http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/netframework/bb264589.aspx
download dotnet30 http://download.microsoft.com/download/3/F/0/3F0A922C-F239-4B9B-9CB0-DF53621C57D9/dotnetfx3.exe f3d2c3c7e4c0c35450cf6dab1f9f2e9e7ff50039

export _SFX_CAB_SHUTDOWN_REQUEST=1
if [ "$WINETRICKS_QUIET"x = ""x ]
then
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet30/dotnetfx3.exe
else
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet30/dotnetfx3.exe /q /c:”install.exe /q”
fi
}

#—————————————————————-

load_dotnet35() {
warn “This does not work yet”

# According to AF’s recipe, installing dotnet30 first works around msi bugs
load_dotnet30

# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=333325FD-AE52-4E35-B531-508D977D32A6
download dotnet35 http://download.microsoft.com/download/6/0/f/60fc5854-3cb8-4892-b6db-bd4f42510f28/dotnetfx35.exe

if [ "$WINETRICKS_QUIET"x = ""x ]
then
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet35/dotnetfx35.exe
else
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/dotnet35/dotnetfx35.exe /q /c:”install.exe /q”
fi
}

#—————————————————————-

do_droid() {
download . ${DROID_URL}$1′;hb=HEAD’ $3 $1
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/$1 “$winefontsdir”
register_font $1 “$2″
}

load_droid() {
# See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Droid_(font)
DROID_URL=’http://android.git.kernel.org/?p=platform/frameworks/base.git;a=blob_plain;f=data/fonts/’

do_droid DroidSans-Bold.ttf “Droid Sans Bold” ada4e79c592f3c54546b7587b48f2b232d95ce2f
do_droid DroidSansFallback.ttf “Droid Sans Fallback” 2f8a266389a8e22f68f402b775731eec6b760334
do_droid DroidSansJapanese.ttf “Droid Sans Japanese” b3a248c11692aa88a30eb25df425b8910fe05dc5
do_droid DroidSansMono.ttf “Droid Sans Mono” f0815c6f36c72be1d0f2f5e2b82fa85c8bf95655
do_droid DroidSans.ttf “Droid Sans” da5b3c7758a2c8fbc4775beb69d7150493c7d312
do_droid DroidSerif-BoldItalic.ttf “Droid Serif Bold Italic” c1602dc11bf0f7131aec21c7c3888195ad78e486
do_droid DroidSerif-Bold.ttf “Droid Serif Bold” d7896b9c0723299553e95a00d27cbe52f7515c8c
do_droid DroidSerif-Italic.ttf “Droid Serif Italic” 117941be102c8f38a86a70ebccaecb8078f7027e
do_droid DroidSerif-Regular.ttf “Droid Serif” 7f243858e496ed1bb1faca9f3a7bbe52defcbb5d
}

#—————————————————————-

# Fake IE per workaround in http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=3453
# Just the first registry key works for most apps.
# The App Paths part is required by a few apps, like Quickbooks Pro;
# see http://windowsxp.mvps.org/ie/qbooks.htm
set_fakeie6() {

cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fakeie6.reg <<”_EOF_” REGEDIT4

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer]
“Version”=”6.0.2900.2180″

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\App Paths\IEXPLORE.EXE]
_EOF_

echo -n ‘@=”‘ >>”$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fakeie6.reg
echo -n “${programfilesdir_win}” | sed “s/\\\\/\\\\\\\\/” >>”$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fakeie6.reg
echo ‘\\\\Internet Explorer\\\\iexplore.exe”‘ >>”$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fakeie6.reg

echo -n ‘”PATH”=”‘ >>”$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fakeie6.reg
echo -n “${programfilesdir_win}” | sed “s/\\\\/\\\\\\\\/” >>”$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fakeie6.reg
echo ‘\\\\Internet Explorer”‘ >>”$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fakeie6.reg

try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fakeie6.reg

# On old wineprefixes iexplore.exe is not created. Create a fake dll using
# shdocvw.dll that should have similar VERSIONINFO.
if [ ! -f "$programfilesdir_unix/Internet Explorer/iexplore.exe" ]
then
echo “You have an old wineprefix without iexplore.exe. Will create a fake now”
if [ ! -d "$programfilesdir_unix/Internet Explorer/iexplore.exe" ]
then
try mkdir “$programfilesdir_unix/Internet Explorer”;
fi
try cp -f “$WINDIR/system32/shdocvw.dll” “$programfilesdir_unix/Internet Explorer/iexplore.exe”
fi
}

#—————————————————————-

load_firefox() {
download . “http://releases.mozilla.org//pub/mozilla.org/firefox/releases/3.5.5/win32/en-US/Firefox%20Setup%203.5.5.exe” 39126be271b28ef50c48e3acbe52ee83bbf31066 “Firefox Setup 3.5.5.exe”
if [ "$WINETRICKS_QUIET"x = ""x ]
then
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/”Firefox Setup 3.5.5.exe”
else
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/”Firefox Setup 3.5.5.exe” -ms
fi
}

#—————————————————————-

load_ffdshow() {
# ffdshow
download . $SOURCEFORGE/ffdshow-tryout/ffdshow_beta5_rev2033_20080705_clsid.exe 6da6837e2f400923ff5294a6591a88a3eee5ee40
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/ffdshow_beta5_rev2033_20080705_clsid.exe $WINETRICKS_SILENT
}

#—————————————————————-

load_flash() {
# www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/

# Active X plugin
# http://blogs.adobe.com/psirt/2008/03/preparing_for_april_flash_play.html
# http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/current/licensing/win/install_flash_player_active_x.msi
# 2008-04-01: old version sha1sum f4dd1c0c715b791db2c972aeba90d3b78372996a
# 2008-04-18: new version sha1sum 04ac79c4f1eb1e1ca689f27fa71f12bb5cd11cc2
# Version 10 http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/current/install_flash_player_ax.exe
# 2008-11-27: 10 sha1sum 7f6850ae815e953311bb94a8aa9d226f97a646dd
# 2009-02-27: sha1sum 86745020a25edc9695a1a6a4d59eae375665a0b3
# 2009-07-31: sha1sum 11a81ad1b19344c28b1e1249169f15dfbd2a04f5
# 2009-12-09: sha1sum f4ec0e95099e354fd01cd3bb27c202f54932dc70

download . http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/current/install_flash_player_ax.exe f4ec0e95099e354fd01cd3bb27c202f54932dc70
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/install_flash_player_ax.exe $WINETRICKS_S

# Mozilla / Firefox plugin
# 2008-07-22: sha1sum 1e6f7627784a5b791e99ae9ad63133dc11c7940b
# 2008-11-27: sha1sum 20ec0300a8cae19105c903a7ec6c0801e016beb0
# 2009-02-27: sha1sum 770db9ad471ffd4357358bc16ff0bb6c98d71e5d
# 2009-07-31: sha1sum 9590fb87cc33d3a3a1f2f42a1918f06b9f0fd88d
# 2009-12-09: sha1sum ccb4811b1cc26721c4abb2e5a080868acdee7b87

download . http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/current/install_flash_player.exe ccb4811b1cc26721c4abb2e5a080868acdee7b87
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/install_flash_player.exe $WINETRICKS_S
}

#—————————————————————-

load_fontfix() {
# some versions of ukai.ttf and uming.ttf crash .net and picasa
# See http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7098#c9
# Could fix globally, but that needs root, so just fix for wine
if test -f /usr/share/fonts/truetype/arphic/ukai.ttf
then
gotsum=`$SHA1SUM < /usr/share/fonts/truetype/arphic/ukai.ttf | sed ’s/ .*//’` # FIXME: do all affected versions of the font have same sha1sum as Gutsy? Seems unlikely. if [ "$gotsum"x = "96e1121f89953e5169d3e2e7811569148f573985"x ] then download . https://launchpadlibrarian.net/1499628/ttf-arphic-ukai_0.1.20060108.orig.tar.gz 92e577602d71454a108968e79ab667451f3602a2 cd “$WINETRICKS_TMP/” gunzip -dc “$WINETRICKS_CACHE/ttf-arphic-ukai_0.1.20060108.orig.tar.gz” | tar -xf - try mv ttf-arphic-ukai-0.1.20060108/*.ttf “$winefontsdir” cd “$olddir” fi fi

if test -f /usr/share/fonts/truetype/arphic/uming.ttf
then
gotsum=`$SHA1SUM < /usr/share/fonts/truetype/arphic/uming.ttf | sed ’s/ .*//’` if [ "$gotsum"x = "2a4f4a69e343c21c24d044b2cb19fd4f0decc82c"x ] then download . https://launchpadlibrarian.net/1564410/ttf-arphic-uming_0.1.20060108.orig.tar.gz 1439cdd731906e9e5311f320c2cb33262b24ef91 cd “$WINETRICKS_TMP/” gunzip -dc “$WINETRICKS_CACHE/ttf-arphic-uming_0.1.20060108.orig.tar.gz” | tar -xf - try mv ttf-arphic-uming-0.1.20060108/*.ttf “$winefontsdir” cd “$olddir” fi fi

# Focht says Samyak is bad news, and font substitution isn’t a good workaround.
if xlsfonts | grep -i samyak
then
warn “Please uninstall the Samyak font. It has been known to cause problems.”
fi
}

#—————————————————————-
load_fs_disable() {
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fs_disable.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop]
“FontSmoothing”=”0″
“FontSmoothingGamma”=dword:00000578
“FontSmoothingOrientation”=dword:00000001
“FontSmoothingType”=dword:00000000

_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fs_disable.reg
}
#—————————————————————-
load_fs_grayscale() {
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fs_grayscale.reg <<_eof_

REGEDIT4

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop]
“FontSmoothing”=”2″
“FontSmoothingGamma”=dword:00000578
“FontSmoothingOrientation”=dword:00000001
“FontSmoothingType”=dword:00000001

_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fs_grayscale.reg
}
#—————————————————————-
load_fs_bgr() {
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fs_bgr.reg <<_eof_

REGEDIT4

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop]
“FontSmoothing”=”2″
“FontSmoothingGamma”=dword:00000578
“FontSmoothingOrientation”=dword:00000000
“FontSmoothingType”=dword:00000002

_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fs_bgr.reg
}
#—————————————————————-
load_fs_rgb() {
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fs_rgb.reg <<_eof_

REGEDIT4

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop]
“FontSmoothing”=”2″
“FontSmoothingGamma”=dword:00000578
“FontSmoothingOrientation”=dword:00000001
“FontSmoothingType”=dword:00000002

_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/fs_rgb.reg
}
#—————————————————————-

load_gecko() {
# Load the HTML rendering Engine (Gecko)
# FIXME: shouldn’t this code be in some script installed
# as part of Wine instead of in winetricks?
# (e.g. we hardcode gecko’s url here, but it’s normally
# only hardcoded in wine.inf, and fetched from the registry thereafter,
# so we’re adding a maintenance burden here.)
case `$WINE –version` in
wine-0*|wine-1.0*|wine-1.1|wine-1.1.?|wine-1.1.11)
GECKO_DIR=”$WINDIR”
GECKO_VERSION=0.1.0
GECKO_SHA1SUM=c16f1072dc6b0ced20935662138dcf019a38cd56
;;
wine-1.1.1[234]*)
GECKO_DIR=”$WINDIR”
GECKO_VERSION=0.9.0
GECKO_SHA1SUM=5cf410ff7fdd3f9d625f481f9d409968728d3d09
;;
wine-1.1.1[56789]*|wine-1.1.2[0123456]*)
GECKO_DIR=”$WINDIR”
GECKO_VERSION=0.9.1
GECKO_SHA1SUM=9a49fc691740596517e381b47096a4bdf19a87d8
;;
*)
GECKO_DIR=”$WINDIR/system32″
GECKO_VERSION=1.0.0
GECKO_ARCH=-x86
GECKO_SHA1SUM=afa22c52bca4ca77dcb9edb3c9936eb23793de01
;;
esac

if test ! -f “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/wine_gecko-$GECKO_VERSION$GECKO_ARCH.cab
then
# FIXME: busted if using curl!
download . “http://downloads.sourceforge.net/wine/wine_gecko-$GECKO_VERSION$GECKO_ARCH.cab” \
$GECKO_SHA1SUM wine_gecko-$GECKO_VERSION$GECKO_ARCH.cab
fi

cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/geckopath.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\Software\\Wine\\MSHTML\\$GECKO_VERSION]
_EOF_

printf ‘”GeckoPath”=”‘ >>”$WINETRICKS_TMP”/geckopath.reg
case $GECKO_VERSION in
0.*)
printf ‘c:\\windows\\gecko\\’$GECKO_VERSION’\\wine_gecko\\”‘ |
sed “s/\\\\/\\\\\\\\/g” >> “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/geckopath.reg
;;
1.*)
printf ‘c:\\windows\\system32\\gecko\\’$GECKO_VERSION’\\wine_gecko\\”‘ |
sed “s/\\\\/\\\\\\\\/g” >> “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/geckopath.reg
;;
esac

# extract the files
mkdir -p “$GECKO_DIR/gecko/$GECKO_VERSION”
cd “$GECKO_DIR/gecko/$GECKO_VERSION”
try cabextract $WINETRICKS_UNIXQUIET “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/wine_gecko-$GECKO_VERSION$GECKO_ARCH.cab
cd “$olddir”

# set install-path
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/geckopath.reg

# register the dll, since it was disabled before
try $WINE regsvr32 mshtml
}

#—————————————————————-

load_gecko_dbg() {
# Load the HTML rendering Engine (Gecko), with debugging symbols
# FIXME: shouldn’t this code be in some script installed
# as part of Wine instead of in winetricks?
# (e.g. we hardcode gecko’s url here, but it’s normally
# only hardcoded in wine.inf, and fetched from the registry thereafter,
# so we’re adding a maintenance burden here.)
case `$WINE –version` in
wine-0*|wine-1.0*|wine-1.1|wine-1.1.?|wine-1.1.11)
die “There isn’t a gecko debug build for your Wine version.”
;;
wine-1.1.1[234]*)
GECKO_DIR=”$WINDIR”
GECKO_VERSION=0.9.0
GECKO_SHA1SUM=23e354a82d7b7e61a6abe0384cc44669fbf92f86
;;
wine-1.1.1[56789]*|wine-1.1.2[0123456]*)
GECKO_DIR=”$WINDIR”
GECKO_VERSION=0.9.1
GECKO_SHA1SUM=a9b58d3330f8c78524fe4683f348302bfce96ff4
;;
*)
GECKO_DIR=”$WINDIR/system32″
GECKO_VERSION=1.0.0
GECKO_ARCH=-x86
GECKO_SHA1SUM=2de16b443826295f646cd5d54313ca421fd71210
;;
esac

if test ! -f “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/wine_gecko-$GECKO_VERSION$GECKO_ARCH-dbg.cab
then
# FIXME: busted if using curl!
download . “http://downloads.sourceforge.net/wine/wine_gecko-$GECKO_VERSION$GECKO_ARCH-dbg.cab” $GECKO_SHA1SUM wine_gecko-$GECKO_VERSION$GECKO_ARCH-dbg.cab
fi

cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/geckopath.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\Software\\Wine\\MSHTML\\$GECKO_VERSION]
_EOF_

printf ‘”GeckoPath”=”‘ >>”$WINETRICKS_TMP”/geckopath.reg
if [ ! "$GECKO_VERSION" = "1.0.0" ]
then
printf ‘c:\\windows\\gecko\\’$GECKO_VERSION’\\wine_gecko\\”‘ | sed “s/\\\\/\\\\\\\\/g” >>”$WINETRICKS_TMP”/geckopath.reg
else
printf ‘c:\\windows\\system32\\gecko\\’$GECKO_VERSION’\\wine_gecko\\”‘ | sed “s/\\\\/\\\\\\\\/g” >>”$WINETRICKS_TMP”/geckopath.reg
fi

# extract the files
mkdir -p “$GECKO_DIR/gecko/$GECKO_VERSION”
cd “$GECKO_DIR/gecko/$GECKO_VERSION”
try cabextract $WINETRICKS_UNIXQUIET “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/wine_gecko-$GECKO_VERSION$GECKO_ARCH-dbg.cab
cd “$olddir”

# set install-path
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/geckopath.reg

# register the dll, since it was disabled before
try $WINE regsvr32 mshtml
}

#—————————————————————-

load_gdiplus() {
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=6A63AB9C-DF12-4D41-933C-BE590FEAA05A&displaylang=en
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/a/b/c/abc45517-97a0-4cee-a362-1957be2f24e1/WindowsXP-KB975337-x86-ENU.exe b9a84bc3de92863bba1f5eb1d598446567fbc646
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/WindowsXP-KB975337-x86-ENU.exe /extract:$WINETRICKS_TMP_WIN $WINETRICKS_QUIET
# And then make it globally available.
try cp “$WINETRICKS_TMP/asms/10/msft/windows/gdiplus/gdiplus.dll” “$WINDIR”/system32/

# For some reason, native,builtin isn’t good enough…?
override_dlls native gdiplus
}

#—————————————————————-

load_glsl_disable() {
echo “Disabling GLSL”
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/disableglsl.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Direct3D]
“UseGLSL”=”disabled”

_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/disableglsl.reg
}

#—————————————————————-

load_glsl_enable() {
echo “Enabling GLSL”
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/enableglsl.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Direct3D]
“UseGLSL”=”enabled”

_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/enableglsl.reg
}

#—————————————————————-

load_hosts() {
# Create fake system32\drivers\etc\hosts and system32\drivers\etc\services files.
# The hosts file is used to map network names to IP addresses without DNS.
# The services file is used map service names to network ports.
# Some apps depend on these files, but they’re not implemented in wine.
# Fortunately, empty files in the correct location satisfy those apps.
# See http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=12076
mkdir -p “$WINDIR”/system32/drivers/etc
touch “$WINDIR”/system32/drivers/etc/hosts
touch “$WINDIR”/system32/drivers/etc/services
}

#—————————————————————-

set_heapcheck() {
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/heapcheck.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager]
“GlobalFlag”=dword:00200030

_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/heapcheck.reg
}

#—————————————————————-

load_icodecs() {
# http://downloadcenter.intel.com/Detail_Desc.aspx?strState=LIVE&ProductID=355&DwnldID=2846
download . http://downloadmirror.intel.com/2846/eng/codinstl.exe 2c5d64f472abe3f601ce352dcca75b4f02996f8a
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/codinstl.exe
# Work around bug in codec’s installer?
# http://support.britannica.com/other/touchthesky/win/issues/TSTUw_150.htm
# http://appdb.winehq.org/objectManager.php?sClass=version&iId=7091
try $WINE regsvr32 ir50_32.dll
}

#—————————————————————-
load_ie6() {
load_msls31

# Unregister Wine IE
try $WINE iexplore -unregserver

# Change the override to the native so we are sure we use and register them
override_dlls native,builtin iexplore.exe itircl itss jscript mlang mshtml msimtf shdoclc shdocvw shlwapi urlmon

# Remove the fake dlls, if any
mv “$programfilesdir_unix”/”Internet Explorer”/iexplore.exe “$programfilesdir_unix”/”Internet Explorer”/iexplore.exe.bak
for dll in itircl itss jscript mlang mshtml msimtf shdoclc shdocvw shlwapi urlmon
do
test -f “$WINDIR”/system32/$dll.dll &&
mv “$WINDIR”/system32/$dll.dll “$WINDIR”/system32/$dll.dll.bak
done

# The installer doesn’t want to install iexplore.exe in XP mode.
set_winver win2k

# Workaround a IE6 Installer bug, not Wine’s fault
# See http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5409
# Actual value downloaded doesn’t matter
rm -f “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/ie6sites.dat
download . http://www.microsoft.com/windows/ie/ie6sp1/download/rtw/x86/ie6sites.dat

# Install
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/ie6sp1/finrel/6_sp1/W98NT42KMeXP/EN-US/ie6setup.exe f3ab61a785eb9611fa583612e83f3b69377f2cef

# Workaround http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=21009
# See also http://code.google.com/p/winezeug/issues/detail?id=78
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/browseui.dll “$WINDIR”/system32/inseng.dll

# Silent install recipe from:
# http://www.axonpro.sk/japo/info/MS/SILENT%20INSTALL/Unattended-Silent%20Installation%20Switches%20for%20Windows%20Apps.htm
if [ $WINETRICKS_QUIET ]
then
$WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/ie6setup.exe /q:a /r:n /c:”ie6wzd /S:”"#e”" /q:a /r:n”
else
$WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/ie6setup.exe
fi
# IE6 exits with 194 to signal a reboot
status=$?
case $status in
0|194) ;;
*) die ie6 installation failed
esac

# Work around DLL registration bug until ierunonce/RunOnce/wineboot is fixed
# FIXME: whittle down this list
cd “$WINDIR”/system32/
for i in actxprxy.dll browseui.dll browsewm.dll cdfview.dll ddraw.dll \
dispex.dll dsound.dll iedkcs32.dll iepeers.dll iesetup.dll \
imgutil.dll inetcomm.dll inseng.dll isetup.dll jscript.dll laprxy.dll \
mlang.dll mshtml.dll mshtmled.dll msi.dll msident.dll \
msoeacct.dll msrating.dll mstime.dll msxml3.dll occache.dll \
ole32.dll oleaut32.dll olepro32.dll pngfilt.dll quartz.dll \
rpcrt4.dll rsabase.dll rsaenh.dll scrobj.dll scrrun.dll \
shdocvw.dll shell32.dll urlmon.dll vbscript.dll webcheck.dll \
wshcon.dll wshext.dll asctrls.ocx hhctrl.ocx mscomct2.ocx \
plugin.ocx proctexe.ocx tdc.ocx webcheck.dll wshom.ocx
do
$WINE regsvr32 /i $i > /dev/null 2>&1
done

# Set windows version back to user’s default. Leave at win2k for better rendering (is there a bug for that?)
unset_winver

# try $WINE “$programfilesdir_unix”/”Internet Explorer”/IEXPLORE.EXE http://www.winehq.org
}

#—————————————————————-

load_ie7() {
# Unregister Wine IE
try $WINE iexplore -unregserver

# Change the override to the native so we are sure we use and register them
override_dlls native,builtin iexplore.exe itircl itss jscript mshtml msimtf shdoclc shdocvw shlwapi urlmon xmllite

# Bundled updspapi cannot work on wine
override_dlls builtin updspapi

# Remove the fake dlls from the existing WINEPREFIX
for dll in itircl itss jscript mshtml msimtf shdoclc shdocvw shlwapi urlmon
do
test -f “$WINDIR”/system32/$dll.dll &&
mv “$WINDIR”/system32/$dll.dll “$WINDIR”/system32/$dll.dll.bak
done

# See http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=16013
# Find instructions to create this file in dlls/wintrust/tests/crypt.c
download . http://winezeug.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/winetricks_files/winetest.cat ac8f50dd54d011f3bb1dd79240dae9378748449f

# Put a dummy catalog file in place
mkdir -p “$WINDIR”/system32/catroot/\{f750e6c3-38ee-11d1-85e5-00c04fc295ee\}
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/winetest.cat “$WINDIR”/system32/catroot/\{f750e6c3-38ee-11d1-85e5-00c04fc295ee\}/oem0.cat

# Install
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/3/8/8/38889DC1-848C-4BF2-8335-86C573AD86D9/IE7-WindowsXP-x86-enu.exe d39b89c360fbaa9706b5181ae4718100687a5326
if [ $WINETRICKS_QUIET ]
then
$WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/IE7-WindowsXP-x86-enu.exe /quiet
else
$WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/IE7-WindowsXP-x86-enu.exe
fi

# Work around DLL registration bug until ierunonce/RunOnce/wineboot is fixed
# FIXME: whittle down this list
cd “$WINDIR”/system32/
for i in actxprxy.dll browseui.dll browsewm.dll cdfview.dll ddraw.dll \
dispex.dll dsound.dll iedkcs32.dll iepeers.dll iesetup.dll \
imgutil.dll inetcomm.dll inseng.dll isetup.dll jscript.dll laprxy.dll \
mlang.dll mshtml.dll mshtmled.dll msi.dll msident.dll \
msoeacct.dll msrating.dll mstime.dll msxml3.dll occache.dll \
ole32.dll oleaut32.dll olepro32.dll pngfilt.dll quartz.dll \
rpcrt4.dll rsabase.dll rsaenh.dll scrobj.dll scrrun.dll \
shdocvw.dll shell32.dll urlmon.dll vbscript.dll webcheck.dll \
wshcon.dll wshext.dll asctrls.ocx hhctrl.ocx mscomct2.ocx \
plugin.ocx proctexe.ocx tdc.ocx webcheck.dll wshom.ocx
do
$WINE regsvr32 /i $i > /dev/null 2>&1
done

# Seeing is believing
if [ "$WINETRICKS_QUIET" = "" ]
then
warn “Starting ie7. To start it later, use the command $WINE ‘${programfilesdir_win}\\\\Internet Explorer\\\\iexplore’”
$WINE “${programfilesdir_win}\\Internet Explorer\\iexplore” http://www.microsoft.com/windows/internet-explorer/ie7/ > /dev/null 2>&1 &
else
warn “To start ie7, use the command $WINE ‘${programfilesdir_win}\\\\Internet Explorer\\\\iexplore’”
fi
}

#—————————————————————-

load_jet40() {
# http://support.microsoft.com/kb/239114
# See also http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=6085
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/4/3/9/4393c9ac-e69e-458d-9f6d-2fe191c51469/jet40sp8_9xnt.exe 8cd25342030857969ede2d8fcc34f3f7bcc2d6d4
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/jet40sp8_9xnt.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET
}

#—————————————————————-

load_kde() {
download . http://www.winkde.org/pub/kde/ports/win32/installer/kdewin-installer-gui-0.9.6-5.exe f612945e094390d7bc0e4f8840d308ef2b00f86e
mkdir -p “$programfilesdir_unix/kde”
try cp “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/kdewin-installer-gui-0.9.6-5.exe “$programfilesdir_unix/kde”
cd “$programfilesdir_unix/kde”
try $WINE “$programfilesdir_win\\kde\\kdewin-installer-gui-0.9.6-5.exe”
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_liberation() {
# http://www.redhat.com/promo/fonts/
case `uname -s` in
SunOS|Solaris)
echo “If you get ‘ERROR: Certificate verification error for fedorahosted.org: unable to get local issuer certificate’:”
echo “Then you need to add Verisign root certificates to your local keystore.”
echo “OpenSolaris users, see: http://www.linuxtopia.org/online_books/opensolaris_2008/SYSADV1/html/swmgrpatchtasks-14.html”
echo “Or edit winetricks’ download function, and add ‘–no-check-certificate’ to the command.”
;;
esac

download . https://fedorahosted.org/releases/l/i/liberation-fonts/liberation-fonts-1.04.tar.gz 097882c92e3260742a3dc3bf033792120d8635a3
cd “$WINETRICKS_TMP”
gunzip -dc “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/liberation-fonts-1.04.tar.gz | tar -xf -
mv liberation-fonts-1.04/*.ttf “$winefontsdir”
rm -rf “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/*
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

set_native_mdac() {
# Set those overrides globally so user programs get MDAC’s odbc
# instead of wine’s unixodbc
override_dlls native,builtin odbc32 odbccp32 oledb32
}

#—————————————————————-

load_mdac25() {
download mdac25 http://download.microsoft.com/download/e/e/4/ee4fe9ee-6fa1-4ab6-ab8c-fe1769f4edcf/mdac_typ.exe 09e974a5dbebaaa08c7985a4a1126886dc05fd87
set_native_mdac
set_winver nt40
if [ $WINETRICKS_QUIET ]
then
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/mdac25/mdac_typ.exe /q /C:”setup /QNT”
else
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/mdac25/mdac_typ.exe
fi
unset_winver
}

#—————————————————————-

load_mdac27() {
download mdac27 http://download.microsoft.com/download/3/b/f/3bf74b01-16ba-472d-9a8c-42b2b4fa0d76/mdac_typ.exe f68594d1f578c3b47bf0639c46c11c5da161feee
set_native_mdac
set_winver win2k
if [ $WINETRICKS_QUIET ]
then
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/mdac27/mdac_typ.exe /q /C:”setup /QNT”
else
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/mdac27/mdac_typ.exe
fi
unset_winver
}

#—————————————————————-

load_mdac28() {
download mdac28 http://download.microsoft.com/download/c/d/f/cdfd58f1-3973-4c51-8851-49ae3777586f/MDAC_TYP.EXE 91bd59f0b02b67f3845105b15a0f3502b9a2216a
set_native_mdac
set_winver win98
if [ $WINETRICKS_QUIET ]
then
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/mdac28/mdac_typ.exe /q /C:”setup /QNT”
else
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/mdac28/mdac_typ.exe
fi
unset_winver
}

#—————————————————————-

load_mfc40() {
# See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/122244
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/ole/ole2v/3.5/w351/en-us/ole2v.exe c6cac71f32405ccb09c6f375e0738e6e13f073e4
try unzip -o $WINETRICKS_UNIXQUIET -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/ole2v.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/MFC40.DLL “$WINDIR”/system32/

rm -rf “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/*
}

#—————————————————————-

load_mingw_min() {
# If this is just a dependency check, don’t re-install
if test $PACKAGE != mingw_min && test $PACKAGE != mingw && test $PACKAGE != mingw-min && test -f “$DRIVE_C”/MinGW/bin/gcc.exe
then
echo “prerequisite mingw_min already installed, skipping”
return
fi

# See http://mingw.org/wiki/Getting_Started
download . http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/GNU%20Binutils/binutils-2.19.1-mingw32-bin.tar.gz 1ab72f3af3fe96d08c3c9bff60c47913704d5774
download . http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/GCC%20Version%204/gcc-core-4.4.0-mingw32-bin.tar.gz b88b8f3644ca0cdf2c41cd03f820bf7823a8eabb
download . http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/GCC%20Version%204/gcc-core-4.4.0-mingw32-dll.tar.gz 0372ecf4caf75d0d9fe4a7739ca234f1a3de831b
download . http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/GCC%20Version%204/gmp-4.2.4-mingw32-dll.tar.gz a14dd928382f093f67cb3cd57c140625b1b265bb
download . http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/MinGW%20libiconv/libiconv-1.13.1-1-mingw32-dll-2.tar.lzma 5b60ce4d9ec9cf91aee437915a2469b915e1235f
download . http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/MinGW%20Runtime/mingwrt-3.16-mingw32-dev.tar.gz 770ff5001989d8a9a1ec4f3621d8f264a24e178f
download . http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/MinGW%20Runtime/mingwrt-3.16-mingw32-dll.tar.gz b8032e97c79e16a3c540043f0f39821df1531ae9
download . http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/GCC%20Version%204/mpfr-2.4.1-mingw32-dll.tar.gz 43b7ecb2c0c785c44321ff6c4376f51375713a7b
download . http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/GCC%20Version%204/pthreads-w32-2.8.0-mingw32-dll.tar.gz f922f8c0c42921fd4482a3d2e6f779d6384040c1
download . http://sourceforge.net/projects/mingw/files/MinGW%20API%20for%20MS-Windows/w32api-3.13-mingw32-dev.tar.gz 5eb7d8ec0fe032a92bea3a2c8282a78df2f1793c

mkdir “$DRIVE_C”/MinGW
cd “$DRIVE_C”/MinGW
gzip -d -c “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/binutils-2.19.1-mingw32-bin.tar.gz | tar x
gzip -d -c “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/mingwrt-3.16-mingw32-dev.tar.gz | tar x
gzip -d -c “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/mingwrt-3.16-mingw32-dll.tar.gz | tar x
gzip -d -c “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/w32api-3.13-mingw32-dev.tar.gz | tar x
gzip -d -c “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/gmp-4.2.4-mingw32-dll.tar.gz | tar x
lzma -d -c “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/libiconv-1.13.1-1-mingw32-dll-2.tar.lzma | tar x
gzip -d -c “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/mpfr-2.4.1-mingw32-dll.tar.gz | tar x
gzip -d -c “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/pthreads-w32-2.8.0-mingw32-dll.tar.gz | tar x
gzip -d -c “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/gcc-core-4.4.0-mingw32-bin.tar.gz | tar x
gzip -d -c “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/gcc-core-4.4.0-mingw32-dll.tar.gz | tar x

append_path C:\\MinGW\\bin
}

#—————————————————————-

load_mingw_gdb() {
# See http://mingw.org/wiki/Getting_Started
load_mingw_min

download . $SOURCEFORGE/mingw/GNU%20Source-Level%20Debugger/GDB-7.0/gdb-7.0-2-mingw32-bin.tar.gz a560cb0e3980d0ed853994c84038260212f58925

cd “$DRIVE_C”/MinGW
gzip -d -c “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/gdb-7.0-2-mingw32-bin.tar.gz | tar x
}

#—————————————————————-

load_mono20() {
# Load Mono, have it handle all .net requests
download . ftp://ftp.novell.com/pub/mono/archive/2.0.1/windows-installer/1/mono-2.0.1-gtksharp-2.10.4-win32-1.exe ccb67ac41b59522846e47d0c423836b9d334c088
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/mono-2.0.1-gtksharp-2.10.4-win32-1.exe $WINETRICKS_SILENT

cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/mono_2.0.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v2.0.50727]
“Install”=dword:00000001
“SP”=dword:00000001

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\.NETFramework\policy\v2.0]
“4322″=”3706-4322″
_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/mono_2.0.reg
rm -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/mono_2.0.reg
}

#—————————————————————-

load_mono22() {
# Load Mono, have it handle all .net requests
download . ftp://ftp.novell.com/pub/mono/archive/2.2/windows-installer/5/mono-2.2-gtksharp-2.12.7-win32-5.exe be977dfa9c49deea1be02ba4a2228e343f1e5840
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/mono-2.2-gtksharp-2.12.7-win32-5.exe $WINETRICKS_SILENT

# FIXME: what should this be for mono 2.2?
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/mono_2.0.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v2.0.50727]
“Install”=dword:00000001
“SP”=dword:00000001

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\.NETFramework\policy\v2.0]
“4322″=”3706-4322″
_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/mono_2.0.reg
rm -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/mono_2.0.reg
}

#—————————————————————-

load_mono24() {
# Load Mono, have it handle all .net requests
download . http://ftp.novell.com/pub/mono/archive/2.4.2.3/windows-installer/3/mono-2.4.2.3-gtksharp-2.12.9-win32-3.exe 4f0d051bcedd7668e63c12903310be0ea38f9654
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/mono-2.4.2.3-gtksharp-2.12.9-win32-3.exe $WINETRICKS_SILENT

# FIXME: what should this be for mono 2.4?
cat > “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/mono_2.0.reg <<_eof_>

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\NET Framework Setup\NDP\v2.0.50727]
“Install”=dword:00000001
“SP”=dword:00000001

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\.NETFramework\policy\v2.0]
“4322″=”3706-4322″
_EOF_
try_regedit “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/mono_2.0.reg
rm -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/mono_2.0.reg
}

#—————————————————————-

load_mozillabuild() {
download . http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/mozilla/libraries/win32/MozillaBuildSetup-1.4.exe
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/MozillaBuildSetup-1.4.exe $WINETRICKS_S
}

#—————————————————————-

load_mpc() {
download . $SOURCEFORGE/guliverkli2/Media%20Player%20Classic/6.4.9.1/mplayerc_20090706.zip 9b8e06a3997a786dccfb5739e0cc1a34f17905b6
mkdir -p “$programfilesdir_unix/Media Player Classic”
cd “$programfilesdir_unix/Media Player Classic”
try unzip “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/mplayerc_20090706.zip

append_path “$programfilesdir_win\Media Player Classic”

cd “$olddir”
warn “MPC now available as $programfilesdir_win\Media Player Classic\mplayerc.exe”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_msi2() {
# Install native msi per http://wiki.winehq.org/NativeMsi
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=CEBBACD8-C094-4255-B702-DE3BB768148F
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/WindowsInstaller/Install/2.0/W9XMe/EN-US/InstMsiA.exe e739c40d747e7c27aacdb07b50925b1635ee7366

# Pick win98 so we can install native msi
set_winver win98

# Avoid “err:setupapi:SetupDefaultQueueCallbackA copy error 5 …”
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/msi.dll
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/msiexec.exe

WINEDLLOVERRIDES=”msi,msiexec.exe=n” try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/InstMSIA.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET

override_dlls native,builtin msi msiexec.exe

# and undo version win98
unset_winver
}

#—————————————————————-

load_mshflxgd() {
# http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa240864(VS.60).aspx
# orig: 5f9c7a81022949bfe39b50f2bbd799c448bb7377
# Jan 2009: 7ad74e589d5eefcee67fa14e65417281d237a6b6
# May 2009: bd8aa796e16e5f213414af78931e0379d9cbe292
download . http://activex.microsoft.com/controls/vb6/MSHFLXGD.CAB bd8aa796e16e5f213414af78931e0379d9cbe292
try cabextract –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/MSHFLXGD.CAB
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/[Mm][Ss][Hh][Ff][Ll][Xx][Gg][Dd].[Oo][Cc][Xx] “$WINDIR”/system32
}

#—————————————————————-

load_msls31() {
# Install native Microsoft Line Services (needed by e-Sword, possibly only when using native riched20)
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/WindowsInstaller/Install/2.0/W9XMe/EN-US/InstMsiA.exe e739c40d747e7c27aacdb07b50925b1635ee7366
try cabextract –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/InstMsiA.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/msls31.dll “$WINDIR”/system32
}

#—————————————————————-

load_msmask() {
# http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/11405hcf(VS.71).aspx
# http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=2934
# old: 3c6b26f68053364ea2e09414b615dbebafb9d5c3
# May 2009: 30e55679e4a13fe4d9620404476f215f93239292
download . http://activex.microsoft.com/controls/vb6/MSMASK32.CAB 30e55679e4a13fe4d9620404476f215f93239292
try cabextract –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/MSMASK32.CAB
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/[Mm][Ss][Mm][Aa][Ss][Kk]32.[Oo][Cc][Xx] “$WINDIR”/system32/msmask32.ocx
try $WINE regsvr32 msmask32.ocx
}

#—————————————————————-

load_msscript() {
# http://msdn.microsoft.com/scripting/scriptcontrol/x86/sct10en.exe
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=d7e31492-2595-49e6-8c02-1426fec693ac
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/d/2/a/d2a7430c-6d5b-48e9-96c4-3c751be7bffe/sct10en.exe fd9f2f23357ab11ae70682d6864f7e9f188adf2a
try cabextract –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/sct10en.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/msscript.ocx “$WINDIR”/system32
try $WINE regsvr32 msscript.ocx
}

#—————————————————————-

load_msxml3() {
# Service Pack 5
#download http://download.microsoft.com/download/a/5/e/a5e03798-2454-4d4b-89a3-4a47579891d8/msxml3.msi
# Service Pack 7
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/8/8/888f34b7-4f54-4f06-8dac-fa29b19f33dd/msxml3.msi d4c2178dfb807e1a0267fce0fd06b8d51106d913
# http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=7849 fixed since 0.9.37
override_dlls native,builtin msxml3
try $WINE msiexec /i “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/msxml3.msi $WINETRICKS_QUIET
}

#—————————————————————-

load_msxml4() {
# If this is just a dependency check, don’t re-install
if test $PACKAGE != msxml4 && test -f “$WINDIR”/system32/msxml4.dll
then
echo “prerequisite msxml4 already installed, skipping”
return
fi
# MS06-071: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=24B7D141-6CDF-4FC4-A91B-6F18FE6921D4
# download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/e/2/e/e2e92e52-210b-4774-8cd9-3a7a0130141d/msxml4-KB927978-enu.exe d364f9fe80c3965e79f6f64609fc253dfeb69c25
# MS07-042: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=021E12F5-CB46-43DF-A2B8-185639BA2807
# download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/9/4/2/9422e6b6-08ee-49cb-9f05-6c6ee755389e/msxml4-KB936181-enu.exe 73d75d7b41f8a3d49f272e74d4f73bb5e82f1acf
# SP3 (2009): http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=7F6C0CB4-7A5E-4790-A7CF-9E139E6819C0
download msxml4sp3 http://download.microsoft.com/download/A/2/D/A2D8587D-0027-4217-9DAD-38AFDB0A177E/msxml.msi aa70c5c1a7a069af824947bcda1d9893a895318b

try $WINE msiexec /i “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/msxml4sp3/msxml.msi $WINETRICKS_QUIET
}

#—————————————————————-

load_msxml6() {
# If this is just a dependency check, don’t re-install
if test $PACKAGE != msxml6 && test -f “$WINDIR”/system32/msxml6.dll
then
echo “prerequisite msxml6 already installed, skipping”
return
fi

# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=993c0bcf-3bcf-4009-be21-27e85e1857b1
# download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/2/e/0/2e01308a-e17f-4bf9-bf48-161356cf9c81/msxml6.msi 2308743ddb4cb56ae910e461eeb3eab0a9e58058
# Service Pack 1
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=D21C292C-368B-4CE1-9DAB-3E9827B70604
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/e/a/f/eafb8ee7-667d-4e30-bb39-4694b5b3006f/msxml6_x86.msi

try $WINE msiexec /i “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/msxml6_x86.msi $WINETRICKS_QUIET
}

#—————————————————————-

load_ogg() {
# flac, ogg, speex, vorbis, ogm source, ogg source
download . http://cross-lfs.org/~mlankhorst/oggcodecs_0.81.2.exe c9d10a8f1b65b9f3824e227333d66247e14fad4c
#try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/oggcodecs_0.81.2.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET
# oh, and the new schroedinger direct show filter, too
# see following URLs for more info
# http://www.diracvideo.org/
# http://cross-lfs.org/~mlankhorst/direct-schro.txt
# http://www.diracvideo.org/git?p=direct-schro.git;a=summary
# Requires wine-1.1.1
download . http://cross-lfs.org/~mlankhorst/direct-schro.dll
try cp “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/direct-schro.dll “$WINDIR”/system32/direct-schro.dll
# This is currently broken. Maarten’s not sure why.
try $WINE regsvr32 direct-schro.dll
}

#—————————————————————-

load_ole2() {
# http://support.microsoft.com/kb/123087/EN-US/
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/win31/update/2.03/win/en-us/ww1116.exe b803991c40f387464b61f606536b7c98a88245d2
try unzip -o $WINETRICKS_UNIXQUIET -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/ww1116.exe
set_winver win31
cd “$WINETRICKS_TMP”
try $WINE setup.exe
cd “$olddir”
unset_winver

override_dlls native,builtin COMPOBJ.DLL OLE2CONV.DLL OLE2DISP.DLL OLE2.DLL
override_dlls native,builtin OLE2NLS.DLL OLE2PROX.DLL STORAGE.DLL TYPELIB.DLL
}

#—————————————————————-

load_openwatcom() {
# http://www.openwatcom.org
download . “http://ftp.openwatcom.org/ftp/open-watcom-c-win32-1.8.exe” 44afd1fabfdf0374f614f054824e60ac560f9dc0
if [ $WINETRICKS_QUIET ]
then
# Options documented at http://bugzilla.openwatcom.org/show_bug.cgi?id=898
# But they don’t seem to work on wine, so jam them into setup.inf
# Pick smallest installation that supports 16 bit C and C++
cd “$WINETRICKS_TMP”
cp “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/open-watcom-c-win32-1.8.exe .
unzip open-watcom-c-win32-1.8.exe setup.inf
sed -i ’s/tools16=.*/tools16=true/’ setup.inf
zip -f open-watcom-c-win32-1.8.exe
try $WINE open-watcom-c-win32-1.8.exe -s
cd “$olddir”
else
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/open-watcom-c-win32-1.8.exe
fi
if test ! -f “$DRIVE_C”/WATCOM/binnt/wcc.exe
then
warn “c:/watcom/binnt/wcc.exe not found; you probably didn’t select 16 bit tools, and won’t be able to buld win16test”
fi
}

#—————————————————————-

load_pdh() {
# http://support.microsoft.com/kb/284996
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/platformsdk/Redist/5.0.2195.2668/NT4/EN-US/pdhinst.exe f42448660def8cd7f42b34aa7bc7264745f4425e
try cabextract –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/pdhinst.exe
try unzip -o $WINETRICKS_UNIXQUIET -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/pdh.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/x86/Pdh.Dll “$WINDIR”/system32/pdh.dll
}

#—————————————————————-

load_physx()
{
# http://www.nvidia.com/object/physx_9.09.0814.html
download . http://us.download.nvidia.com/Windows/9.09.0814/PhysX_9.09.0814_SystemSoftware.exe e19f7c3385a4a68e7acb85301bb4d2d0d1eaa1e2
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/PhysX_9.09.0814_SystemSoftware.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET
}

#—————————————————————-

load_psdk2003()
{
load_vcrun6

# Note: aborts on 64 bit windows with dialog saying “don’t run on WoW”
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=0baf2b35-c656-4969-ace8-e4c0c0716adb
download psdk2003 http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/a/d/fad9efde-8627-4e7a-8812-c351ba099151/PSDK-x86.exe 5c7dc2e1eb902b376d7797cc383fefdfc64ff9c9
echo “This can take up to an hour.”
cd “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/psdk2003
try $WINE PSDK-x86.exe
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_psdkvista()
{
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=0baf2b35-c656-4969-ace8-e4c0c0716adb
warn “Vista SDK doesn’t work yet as of wine-1.1.28″
load_dotnet20
download psdkvista download.microsoft.com/download/c/a/1/ca145d10-e254-475c-85f9-1439f4cd2a9e/Setup.exe 756c21a7fc9b831f7200f3f44ae55cc7689e8063
#chmod +x “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/psdkvista/Setup.exe
cd “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/psdkvista
try $WINE Setup.exe
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_psdkwin7()
{
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=c17ba869-9671-4330-a63e-1fd44e0e2505&displaylang=en
warn “When given a choice, select only C++ compilers and headers, the other options don’t work yet.”
load_vcrun6
load_vcrun2008
load_dotnet20

# don’t have a working unattended recipe. Maybe we’ll have to
# do an autohotkey script until msft gets its act together:
# http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/windowssdk/thread/c053b616-7d5b-405d-9841-ec465a8e21d5
download psdkwin7 http://download.microsoft.com/download/7/A/B/7ABD2203-C472-4036-8BA0-E505528CCCB7/winsdk_web.exe a01dcc67a38f461e80ea649edf1353f306582507
cd “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/psdkwin7
try $WINE winsdk_web.exe
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_python26() {

# If this is just a dependency check, don’t re-install
if test $PACKAGE != python26 && test -f “$WINEPREFIX”/drive_c/Python26/python.exe
then
echo “prerequisite python26 already installed, skipping”
return
fi

download . http://www.python.org/ftp/python/2.6.2/python-2.6.2.msi 2d1503b0e8b7e4c72a276d4d9027cf4856b208b8
download . $SOURCEFORGE/project/pywin32/pywin32/Build%20214/pywin32-214.win32-py2.6.exe eca58f29b810d8e3e7951277ebb3e35ac35794a3
cd “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”
try $WINE msiexec /i python-2.6.2.msi ALLUSERS=1 $WINETRICKS_QUIET
# FIXME: unzip this instead of running it if quiet install?
try $WINE pywin32-214.win32-py2.6.exe
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_python_comtypes() {

load_python26

download . $SOURCEFORGE/project/comtypes/comtypes/0.6.1/comtypes-0.6.1-1.zip 814318cdae0ab2471a9cd500847bf12f4df9a57c
cd “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”
try unzip comtypes-0.6.1-1.zip
cd comtypes-0.6.1
try $WINE “C:\Python26\python.exe” setup.py install
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_quicktime72() {
echo “Quicktime needs gdiplus…”
load_gdiplus

# http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/quicktime72forwindows.html
download quicktime72 ‘http://wsidecar.apple.com/cgi-bin/nph-reg3rdpty2.pl/product=14402&cat=59&platform=osx&method=sa/QuickTimeInstaller.exe’ bb89981f10cf21de57b9453e53cf81b9194271a9
unset QUICKTIME_QUIET
if test “$WINETRICKS_QUIET”x != x
then
QUICKTIME_QUIET=”/qn” # ISSETUPDRIVEN=0
fi
# set vista mode to inhibit directdraw overlay use that blacks the screen
set_winver vista
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/quicktime72/QuickTimeInstaller.exe ALLUSERS=1 DESKTOP_SHORTCUTS=0 QTTaskRunFlags=0 QTINFO.BISQTPRO=1 SCHEDULE_ASUW=0 REBOOT_REQUIRED=No $QUICKTIME_QUIET > /dev/null 2>&1
if test “$WINETRICKS_QUIET”x = x
then
echo “You probably want to select Advanced / Safe Mode in the Quicktime control panel”
try $WINE control “$programfilesdir_win\\QuickTime\\QTSystem\\QuickTime.cpl”
fi

unset_winver
# user might want to set vista mode himself, or run
# wine control “.wine/drive_c/Program Files/QuickTime/QTSystem/QuickTime.cpl”
# and pick Advanced / Safe Mode (gdi only).
# We could probably force that by overwriting QuickTime.qtp
# (probably in Program Files/QuickTime/QTSystem/QuickTime.qtp)
# but the format isn’t known, so we’d have to override all other settings, too.
}

#—————————————————————-

volnum() {
case “$OS” in
“Windows_NT”)
return
;;
esac

# Recent Microsoft installers are often based on “windows package manager”, see
# http://support.microsoft.com/kb/262841 and
# http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windowsserver2003/deployment/winupdte.mspx
# These installers check the drive name, and if it doesn’t start with ‘harddisk’,
# they complain “Unable to find a volume for file extraction”, see
# http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5351
# You may be able to work around this by using the installer’s /x or /extract switch,
# but renaming drive_c to “harddiskvolume0″ lets you just run the installer as normal.

if test ! -d “$WINEPREFIX”/harddiskvolume0/
then
ln -s drive_c “$WINEPREFIX”/harddiskvolume0
rm “$WINEPREFIX”/dosdevices/c:
ln -s ../harddiskvolume0 “$WINEPREFIX”/dosdevices/c:
echo “Renamed drive_c to harddiskvolume0″
else
echo “drive_c already named harddiskvolume0″
fi
}

#—————————————————————-

load_riched20() {
# http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=249973
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/winntsp/Patch/RTF/NT4/EN-US/Q249973i.EXE f0b7663f15dbd31410435483ba832318c7a70470
try cabextract –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/Q249973i.EXE
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/riched??.dll “$WINDIR”/system32
override_dlls native,builtin riched20 riched32

rm -rf “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/*
}

#—————————————————————-

load_riched30() {
# http://www.novell.com/documentation/nm1/readmeen_web/readmeen_web.html#Akx3j64
# claims that Groupwise Messenger’s View / Text Size command
# only works with riched30, and recommends getting it by installing
# msi 2, which just happens to come with riched30 version of riched20
# (though not with a corresponding riched32, which might be a problem)
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=CEBBACD8-C094-4255-B702-DE3BB768148F
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/WindowsInstaller/Install/2.0/W9XMe/EN-US/InstMsiA.exe e739c40d747e7c27aacdb07b50925b1635ee7366
try cabextract –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/InstMsiA.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/riched20.dll “$WINDIR”/system32
override_dlls native,builtin riched20

rm -rf “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/*
}

#—————————————————————-

load_richtx32() {
download . http://activex.microsoft.com/controls/vb6/richtx32.cab da404b566df3ad74fe687c39404a36c3e7cadc07
try cabextract “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/richtx32.cab -d “$WINDIR”/system32 -F RichTx32.Ocx
try $WINE regsvr32 RichTx32.ocx
}

#—————————————————————-

load_shockwave() {
# Not silent enough, use msi instead
#download . http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/shockwave/default/english/win95nt/latest/Shockwave_Installer_Full.exe 840e34e9b067cf247bfa9092665b8966158f38e3
#try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/Shockwave_Installer_Full.exe $WINETRICKS_S
# old sha1sum: 6a91a9da4b54c3fdc97130a15e1a173117e5f4ff
# 2009-07-31 sha1sum: 0bb506ef67a268e8d3fb6c7ce556320ee10b9da5
# 2009-12-13 sha1sum: d35649883bf13cb1a86f5650e1050d15533ac0f4

download . http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/shockwave/default/english/win95nt/latest/sw_lic_full_installer.msi d35649883bf13cb1a86f5650e1050d15533ac0f4
try $WINE msiexec /i “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/sw_lic_full_installer.msi $WINETRICKS_QUIET
}

#—————————————————————-

load_tahoma() {
# The tahoma and tahomabd fonts are needed by e.g. Steam

download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/office97pro/fonts/1/w95/en-us/tahoma32.exe 888ce7b7ab5fd41f9802f3a65fd0622eb651a068
try cabextract –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/tahoma32.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/Tahoma.TTF “$winefontsdir”/tahoma.ttf
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/Tahomabd.TTF “$winefontsdir”/tahomabd.ttf
chmod +w “$winefontsdir”/tahoma*.ttf
rm -rf “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/*
}

#—————————————————————-

load_urlmon() {
# This is an updated urlmon from IE 6.0
# See http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=85BB441A-5BB1-4A82-86EC-A249AF287513
# (Works for Dolphin Smalltalk, see http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=8258)
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/2/0/820faffc-3ea0-4914-bca3-584235964ded/Q837251.exe bcc79b92ac3c06c4de3692672c3d70bdd36be892
try cabextract –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE/Q837251.exe”
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/URLMON.DLL “$WINDIR”/system32/urlmon.dll
override_dlls native,builtin urlmon
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vb2run() {
# Not referenced on MS web anymore. But the old Microsoft Software Library FTP still has it.
# See ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/Softlib/index.txt
download . ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/Softlib/MSLFILES/VBRUN200.EXE ac0568b73ee375408778e9b505df995f79ab907e
try unzip -o $WINETRICKS_UNIXQUIET -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/VBRUN200.EXE
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP/VBRUN200.DLL” “$WINDIR”/system32/

}

#—————————————————————-

load_vb3run() {
# See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/196285
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/vb30/utility/1/w9xnt4/en-us/vb3run.exe 518fcfefde9bf680695cadd06512efadc5ac2aa7
try unzip -o $WINETRICKS_UNIXQUIET -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vb3run.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP/Vbrun300.dll” “$WINDIR”/system32/

}

#—————————————————————-

load_vb4run() {
# See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/196286
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/vb40ent/sample27/1/w9xnt4/en-us/vb4run.exe 83e968063272e97bfffd628a73bf0ff5f8e1023b
try unzip -o $WINETRICKS_UNIXQUIET -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vb4run.exe
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP/Vb40032.dll” “$WINDIR”/system32/
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP/Vb40016.dll” “$WINDIR”/system32/

}

#—————————————————————-

load_vbvm50() {
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/vb50pro/utility/1/win98/en-us/msvbvm50.exe 28bfaf09b8ac32cf5ffa81252f3e2fadcb3a8f27
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/msvbvm50.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vbrun60() {
if test ! -f “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vbrun60sp6.exe
then
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/5/a/d/5ad868a0-8ecd-4bb0-a882-fe53eb7ef348/VB6.0-KB290887-X86.exe 73ef177008005675134d2f02c6f580515ab0d842
rm -rf “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/*

try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/VB6.0-KB290887-X86.exe “/T:$winetricks_tmp_win” /c $WINETRICKS_QUIET
if test ! -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/vbrun60sp6.exe
then
die vbrun60sp6.exe not found
fi
try mv “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/vbrun60sp6.exe “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”
fi

# Delete some fake DLLs to ensure that the installer overwrites them.
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/comcat.dll
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/oleaut32.dll
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/olepro32.dll
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/stdole2.tlb
# Exits with status 43 for some reason?
$WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vbrun60sp6.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET

status=$?
case $status in
0|43) ;;
*) die $PACKAGE installation failed
esac
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vcrun6() {
# Load the Visual C++ 6 runtime libraries, including the elusive mfc42u.dll

# If this is just a dependency check, don’t re-install
if test $PACKAGE != vcrun6 && test -f “$WINDIR”/system32/mfc42u.dll
then
echo “prerequisite vcrun6 already installed, skipping”
return
fi

if test ! -f “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vcredist.exe
then
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/vc60pro/update/1/w9xnt4/en-us/vc6redistsetup_enu.exe 382c8f5a7f41189af8d4165cf441f274b7e2a457
rm -rf “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/*

try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vc6redistsetup_enu.exe “/T:$winetricks_tmp_win” /c $WINETRICKS_QUIET
if test ! -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/vcredist.exe
then
die vcredist.exe not found
fi
mv “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/vcredist.exe “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”
fi
# Delete some fake dlls to avoid vcredist installer warnings
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/comcat.dll
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/msvcrt.dll
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/oleaut32.dll
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/olepro32.dll
rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/stdole2.tlb
# vcredist still exits with status 43. Anyone know why?
$WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vcredist.exe

status=$?
case $status in
0|43) ;;
*) die $PACKAGE installation failed
esac

# And then some apps need mfc42u.dll, dunno what right way
# is to get it, vcredist doesn’t install it by default?
try cabextract “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vcredist.exe -d “$WINDIR”/system32/ -F mfc42u.dll

override_dlls native,builtin msvcrt

}

#—————————————————————-

load_vcrun6sp6() {
if test ! -f vcredistsp6.exe
then
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/1/9/f/19fe4660-5792-4683-99e0-8d48c22eed74/Vs6sp6.exe 2292437a8967349261c810ae8b456592eeb76620

# No EULA is presented when passing command-line extraction arguments,
# so we’ll simplify extraction with cabextract. We’ll also try to avoid
# overwriting the older vcrun6 redist by renaming the extracted file.
try cabextract “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/Vs6sp6.exe -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” -F vcredist.exe
try mv “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/vcredist.exe “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vcredistsp6.exe
fi

# Delete some fake dlls to avoid vcredist installer warnings
try rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/comcat.dll
try rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/msvcrt.dll
try rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/oleaut32.dll
try rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/olepro32.dll
try rm -f “$WINDIR”/system32/stdole2.tlb
# vcredist still exits with status 43. Anyone know why?
$WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vcredistsp6.exe

status=$?
case $status in
0|43) ;;
*) die $PACKAGE installation failed
esac

# And then some apps need mfc42u.dll, dunno what right way
# is to get it, vcredist doesn’t install it by default?
try cabextract “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vcredistsp6.exe -d “$WINDIR”/system32/ -F mfc42u.dll

override_dlls native,builtin msvcrt
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vcrun2003() {
# Load the Visual C++ 2003 runtime libraries
# Sadly, I know of no Microsoft URL for these
echo “Installing BZFlag (which comes with the Visual C++ 2003 runtimes)”
download . $SOURCEFORGE/bzflag/BZEditW32_1.6.5_Installer.exe bdd1b32c4202fd77e6513fd507c8236888b09121
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/BZEditW32_1.6.5_Installer.exe $WINETRICKS_S
try cp “$programfilesdir_unix/BZEdit1.6.5″/m*71* “$WINDIR”/system32/
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vcrun2005() {
# Load the latest Visual C++ 2005 runtime libraries
# If this is just a dependency check, don’t re-install

# SP1 + ATL security fix build 4053 (MS09-035)
# See http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=766A6AF7-EC73-40FF-B072-9112BAB119C2
if test $PACKAGE != vcrun2005 && test -d “$WINDIR”/winsxs/x86_Microsoft.VC80.MFC_1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b_8.0.50727.4053_x-ww_b77cec8e
then
echo “prerequisite vcrun2005 already installed, skipping”
return
fi
download vcrun2005-ms09-035 http://download.microsoft.com/download/6/B/B/6BB661D6-A8AE-4819-B79F-236472F6070C/vcredist_x86.exe e052789ebad7dc8d6f8505a9295b0576babd125e
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vcrun2005-ms09-035/vcredist_x86.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vcrun2008() {
# For the moment, assume windows already has this.
case “$OS” in
“Windows_NT”)
return
;;
esac

# Work around bug 5351 (http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=5351). In recent
# wine (>= 1.1.7) the bug is fixed. The workaround doesn’t hurt anything, and lets
# installer work on older Wine (e.g., the stabe 1.0.1).
volnum

# Load the latest Visual C++ 2008 runtime libraries
# If this is just a dependency check, don’t re-install
# SP1 + ATL security fix build 4148 (MS09-035)
# See http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=2051a0c1-c9b5-4b0a-a8f5-770a549fd78c
if test $PACKAGE != vcrun2008 && test -d “$WINDIR”/winsxs/x86_Microsoft.VC90.MFC_1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b_9.0.30729.4148_x-ww_a57c1f53
then
echo “prerequisite vcrun2008 already installed, skipping”
return
fi
download vcrun2008-ms09-035 http://download.microsoft.com/download/9/7/7/977B481A-7BA6-4E30-AC40-ED51EB2028F2/vcredist_x86.exe bd18409cfe75b88c2a9432d36d96f4bf125a3237
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vcrun2008-ms09-035/vcredist_x86.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET

}

#—————————————————————-

load_vjrun20() {
load_dotnet20
# See http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=E9D87F37-2ADC-4C32-95B3-B5E3A21BAB2C
download vjrun20 http://download.microsoft.com/download/9/2/3/92338cd0-759f-4815-8981-24b437be74ef/vjredist.exe 80a098e36b90d159da915aebfbfbacf35f302bd8
if [ $WINETRICKS_QUIET ]
then
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vjrun20/vjredist.exe /q /C:”install /QNT”
else
try $WINE vjrun20/vjredist.exe
fi
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vc2003toolkit()
{
# http://www.dotnetmonster.com/Uwe/Forum.aspx/dotnet-vc/2679/ANN-Microsoft-Visual-C-Toolkit-2003
#download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/3/9/b/39bac755-0a1e-4d0b-b72c-3a158b7444c4/VCToolkitSetup.exe 956c81c3106b97042c4126b23c81885c4b5211f4
# I’m going to link to this for now even though it’s not straight from microsoft
# because it’s a developer tool rather than a runtime, and
# I’m in the middle of trying to get lots of open source windows
# apps to build on Wine; see http://wiki.winehq.org/UnitTestSuites
# (Plus the sha1sum, which I still have from a copy straight from microsoft,
# protects us somewhat against corrupted copies.)
download . http://npg.dl.ac.uk/MIDAS/MIDAS_Release/VCToolkitSetup.exe 956c81c3106b97042c4126b23c81885c4b5211f4
cd “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”
try $WINE VCToolkitSetup.exe
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vc2005express()
{
# Thanks to http://blogs.msdn.com/astebner/articles/551674.aspx for the recipe
load_dotnet20
load_msxml6

# http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=51410
download vc2005express http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/3/a/83aad8f9-38ba-4503-b3cd-ba28c360c27b/ENU/vcsetup.exe 0292ae1d576edd8ee5350a27113c94c9f9958d5c

if [ $WINETRICKS_QUIET ]
then
# Thanks to Aaron Stebner’s unattended install recipe
# http://blogs.msdn.com/astebner/archive/2006/03/19/555326.aspx

# “http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=51417″
download vc2005express http://download.microsoft.com/download/0/5/A/05AA45B9-A4BE-4872-8D57-733DF5297284/Ixpvc.exe ce0da62b5649f33c7a150de276d799fb2d68d12a

cd “$WINETRICKS_TMP”
rm -rf vc2005express.tmp || true
mkdir vc2005express.tmp
cd vc2005express.tmp
cabextract “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vc2005express/vcsetup.exe
cp “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vc2005express/Ixpvc.exe .
chmod +x Ixpvc.exe
# Add /qn after ReallySuppress for a really silent install (but then you won’t see any errors)

try $WINE Ixpvc /t:”$WINETRICKS_TMP_WIN\\\\vc2005express.tmp” /q:a /c:”msiexec /i vcsetup.msi VSEXTUI=1 ADDLOCAL=ALL REBOOT=ReallySuppress”

cd ..
rm -rf vc2005express.tmp || true
else
warn “Don’t forget to install the IDE, or mt.exe won’t be installed”
cd “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vc2005express
try $WINE vcsetup.exe
# The interactive installer seems to be asynchronous, so wait until its log file directory is created
while test ! -d “$programfilesdir_unix/Microsoft Visual Studio 8/Microsoft Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition – ENU/Logs”
do
echo “Waiting for install to finish…”
sleep 10
done
fi
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vc2005expresssp1()
{
warn “$PACKAGE does not work yet”
if test ! -f “$programfilesdir_unix/Microsoft Visual Studio 8/Common7/Tools/vsvars32.bat”
then
die “install vc2005express first (this verb will be merged into that once it’s debugged)”
fi

# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=7B0B0339-613A-46E6-AB4D-080D4D4A8C4E
download vc2005express download.microsoft.com/download/7/7/3/7737290f-98e8-45bf-9075-85cc6ae34bf1/VS80sp1-KB926748-X86-INTL.exe 8b9a0172efad64774aa122f29e093ad2043b308d
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vc2005express/VS80sp1-KB926748-X86-INTL.exe
}

load_vcdmount()
{
if test “$WINE” != “”
then
return
fi

# Call only on real Windows.
# Sets VCDMOUNT and ISO_MOUNT_ROOT

# The only free mount tool I know for Windows Vista is Virtual CloneDrive,
# which can be downloaded at
# http://www.slysoft.com/en/virtual-clonedrive.html
# FIXME: actually install it here

# Locate vcdmount.exe. FIXME: internationalize this.
for PROGRAMFILES in “c:/Program Files (x86)” “c:/Program Files”
do
test -d “$PROGRAMFILES” && break
done
VCDMOUNT=”$PROGRAMFILES/Elaborate Bytes/VirtualCloneDrive/vcdmount.exe”
if test ! -x “$VCDMOUNT”
then
warn “Installing Virtual CloneDrive”
download . http://static.slysoft.com/SetupVirtualCloneDrive.exe
# have to use cmd else vista won’t let cygwin run .exe’s?
chmod +x “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/SetupVirtualCloneDrive.exe
cmd /c “$WINETRICKS_CACHE_WIN”\\SetupVirtualCloneDrive.exe
fi

# FIXME: Use WMI to locate the drive named
# “ELBY CLONEDRIVE…” using WMI as described in
# http://delphihaven.wordpress.com/2009/07/05/using-wmi-to-get-a-drive-friendly-name/
# For now, you just have to hardcode it for your system :(
warn “You probably need to edit the script to tell it which drive VirtualCloneDrive picked”
for letter in e f g h
do
ISO_MOUNT_ROOT=/cygdrive/$letter
test -d $ISO_MOUNT_ROOT || break
done
test -d $ISO_MOUNT_ROOT && die “cannot find the VirtualCloneDrive”
}

iso_mount()
{
my_img=”$1″

if test “$WINE” = “”
then
load_vcdmount
my_img_win=”`$XXXPATH -w $my_img`”
try “$VCDMOUNT” /l=$letter “$my_img_win”
while ! test -d “$ISO_MOUNT_ROOT”
do
echo “Waiting for mount to finish”
sleep 1
done
else
# Linux
case “$GUI-$DE” in
gnome)
1-gksudo “mkdir -p $ISO_MOUNT_ROOT”
1-gksudo “mount -o ro,loop $my_img $ISO_MOUNT_ROOT”
;;
*)
sudo mkdir -p $ISO_MOUNT_ROOT
sudo mount -o ro,loop “$my_img” $ISO_MOUNT_ROOT
;;
esac
fi
}

iso_umount()
{
if test “$WINE” = “”
then
# Windows
load_vcdmount
“$VCDMOUNT” /u
else
case “$GUI-$DE” in
gnome)
1-gksudo “umount $ISO_MOUNT_ROOT”
1-gksudo “rm -rf $ISO_MOUNT_ROOT”
;;
*)
sudo umount $ISO_MOUNT_ROOT
sudo rm -rf $ISO_MOUNT_ROOT
;;
esac
fi
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vc2005trial()
{
load_vcrun6
load_dotnet20
load_msxml6
load_vcdmount

warn “Downloading/checksumming Visual C++ 2005 Trial. This will take some time!”
download vc2005trial http://download.microsoft.com/download/6/f/5/6f5f7a01-50bb-422d-8742-c099c8896969/En_vs_2005_vsts_180_Trial.img f66ae07618d67e693ca0524d3582208c20e07823

iso_umount
iso_mount “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vc2005trial/En_vs_2005_vsts_180_Trial.img

# FIXME: do this right
rm -f /cygdrive/c/Users/$USER/AppData/local/temp/dd_vsinstall80.txt

if false && [ $WINETRICKS_QUIET ]
then
# Thanks to http://blogs.msdn.com/astebner/archive/2005/05/24/421314.aspx for unattended install method
# See also http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=913445
die “not implemented yet”
else
cd $ISO_MOUNT_ROOT/vs/Setup
try $WINE setup.exe

# FIXME: unify these and make the windows one right
if test “$WINE” = “”
then
while ! tr -d ‘\000′ < /cygdrive/c/Users/$USER/AppData/local/temp/dd_vsinstall80.txt | grep End_Session do sleep 10 echo waiting for setup to finish done else while ps $psargs | grep -q setup.exe do sleep 10 echo waiting for setup to finish done fi cd “$olddir” fi

iso_umount
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vc2005sp1()
{
if test ! -f “$programfilesdir_unix/Microsoft Visual Studio 8/Common7/Tools/vsvars32.bat”
then
die “install vc2005trial first (this verb will be merged into that once it’s debugged)”
fi

# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=bb4a75ab-e2d4-4c96-b39d-37baf6b5b1dc
download vc2005sp1 http://download.microsoft.com/download/6/3/c/63c69e5d-74c9-48ea-b905-30ac3831f288/VS80sp1-KB926601-X86-ENU.exe d4b5c73253a7a4f5b4b389f41b94fea4a7247b57
cd “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vc2005sp1
try $WINE VS80sp1-KB926601-X86-ENU.exe
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vc2008trial()
{
load_vcrun6
load_dotnet20
load_msxml6
load_vcdmount

warn “Visual C++ 2008 Trial does not yet work in Wine, and this recipe isn’t quite debugged even in windows yet.”
warn “Downloading/checksumming Visual C++ 2008 Trial. This will take some time!”
# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=83c3a1ec-ed72-4a79-8961-25635db0192b
download vc2008trial http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/1/d/81d3f35e-fa03-485b-953b-ff952e402520/VS2008ProEdition90dayTrialENUX1435622.iso dfb601096f62fd75af6ad62b277be79793f53b56

iso_umount
iso_mount “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vc2008trial/VS2008ProEdition90dayTrialENUX1435622.iso

# FIXME: do this right
rm -f /cygdrive/c/Users/$USER/AppData/local/temp/dd_vsinstall80.txt

if true
then
cd $ISO_MOUNT_ROOT/Setup
try $WINE setup.exe

# FIXME: unify these and make the windows one right
if test “$WINE” = “”
then
while ! tr -d ‘\000′ < /cygdrive/c/Users/$USER/AppData/local/temp/dd_vsinstall80.txt | grep End_Session do sleep 10 echo waiting for setup to finish done else while ps $psargs | grep -q setup.exe do sleep 10 echo waiting for setup to finish done fi cd “$olddir” fi

iso_umount
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vc2008sp1()
{
echo pfdu is ${programfilesdir_unix}
echo setting FOO
FOO=”${programfilesdir_unix}/Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0/Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 Professional Edition – ENU”
echo FOO set to $FOO
if test ! -d “$FOO”
then
die “install vc2008trial first (this verb will be merged into that once it’s debugged)”
fi

# http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=FBEE1648-7106-44A7-9649-6D9F6D58056E
download vc2008sp1 http://download.microsoft.com/download/f/6/7/f67fdf05-0586-413f-8231-affbe12f80a8/VS90sp1-KB945140-ENU.exe 91c146dffa96c6d8f9ceb2b5235b04349cf93ed9
cd “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vc2008sp1
try $WINE VS90sp1-KB945140-ENU.exe
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_vlc() {
download . http://www.videolan.org/mirror-geo-redirect.php?file=vlc/0.8.6f/win32/vlc-0.8.6f-win32.exe b83558e4232c47a385dbc93ebdc2e6b942fbcfbf
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vlc-0.8.6f-win32.exe $WINETRICKS_S
}

#—————————————————————-

load_wininet() {
# This is an updated wininet from IE 5.0.1.
# (Good enough for Active Worlds browser. Also helps “Avatar – Legends of the Arena” get to login screen.)
# See http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=6DEE32AB-B618-4FB3-9A45-CDD08162E167
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/ie5/Update/1/WIN98/EN-US/3725.exe b048e0b4e303298de3317b16f7008c43ca71ddfe
try cabextract –directory=”$WINETRICKS_TMP” “$WINETRICKS_CACHE/3725.exe”
try cp -f “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/Wininet.dll “$WINDIR”/system32/wininet.dll
override_dlls native,builtin wininet
}

#—————————————————————-

load_wme9() {
# See also http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=5691ba02-e496-465a-bba9-b2f1182cdf24
download wme9 http://download.microsoft.com/download/8/1/f/81f9402f-efdd-439d-b2a4-089563199d47/WMEncoder.exe 7a3f8781f3e5705651992ef0150ee30bc1295116

try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/wme9/WMEncoder.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET
}

#—————————————————————-

load_wmp9() {
# Not really expected to work well yet; see
# http://appdb.winehq.org/appview.php?versionId=1449

load_wsh56

set_winver win2k

# See also http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/9series/default.aspx
download wmp9 http://download.microsoft.com/download/1/b/c/1bc0b1a3-c839-4b36-8f3c-19847ba09299/MPSetup.exe 580536d10657fa3868de2869a3902d31a0de791b

# Have to run twice; see http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1886
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/wmp9/MPSetup.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/wmp9/MPSetup.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET

# Also install the codecs
# See http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=06fcaab7-dcc9-466b-b0c4-04db144bb601
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/5/c/2/5c29d825-61eb-4b16-8eb8-58367d0464d5/WM9Codecs9x.exe 8b76bdcbea0057eb12b7966edab4b942ddacc253
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/WM9Codecs9x.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET

# Disable WMP’s services, since they depend on unimplemented stuff, they trigger the GUI debugger several times
try_regedit /D “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Cdr4_2K”
try_regedit /D “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Cdralw2k”

unset_winver
}

#—————————————————————-

load_wmp10() {
# See http://appdb.winehq.org/appview.php?iVersionId=3212

load_wsh56

# See also http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/10
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/1/2/A/12A31F29-2FA9-4F50-B95D-E45EF7013F87/MP10Setup.exe 69862273a5d9d97b4a2e5a3bd93898d259e86657

# Crashes on exit, but otherwise ok; see http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=12633
echo Executing $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/MP10Setup.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/MP10Setup.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET

# Also install the codecs
# See http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=06fcaab7-dcc9-466b-b0c4-04db144bb601
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/5/c/2/5c29d825-61eb-4b16-8eb8-58367d0464d5/WM9Codecs9x.exe 8b76bdcbea0057eb12b7966edab4b942ddacc253
set_winver win2k
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/WM9Codecs9x.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET

# Disable WMP’s services, since they depend on unimplemented stuff, they trigger the GUI debugger several times
try_regedit /D “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Cdr4_2K”
try_regedit /D “HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\Cdralw2k”

unset_winver
}

#—————————————————————-

load_wenquanyi() {
# See http://wenq.org/enindex.cgi
# Donate at http://wenq.org/enindex.cgi?Download(en)#MicroHei_Beta if you want to help support free CJK font development
download . $SOURCEFORGE/wqy/wqy-microhei-0.2.0-beta.tar.gz 28023041b22b6368bcfae076de68109b81e77976
cd “$WINETRICKS_TMP/”
gunzip -dc “$WINETRICKS_CACHE/wqy-microhei-0.2.0-beta.tar.gz” | tar -xf -
try mv wqy-microhei/wqy-microhei.ttc “$winefontsdir”
register_font wqy-microhei.ttc “WenQuanYi Micro Hei”
cd “$olddir”
}

#—————————————————————-

load_wsh56() {
# If this is just a dependency check, don’t re-install
if test $PACKAGE != wsh56 && test -f “$WINDIR”/system32/wscript.exe
then
echo “prerequisite wsh56 already installed, skipping”
return
fi

load_vcrun6

# See also http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?displaylang=en&FamilyID=C717D943-7E4B-4622-86EB-95A22B832CAA
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/2/8/a/28a5a346-1be1-4049-b554-3bc5f3174353/WindowsXP-Windows2000-Script56-KB917344-x86-enu.exe f4692766caa3ee9b38d4166845486c6199a33457

try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/WindowsXP-Windows2000-Script56-KB917344-x86-enu.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET
}

#—————————————————————-

load_wsh56js() {
# This installs jscript 5.6 (but not vbscript)
# See also http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=16dd21a1-c4ee-4eca-8b80-7bd1dfefb4f8&DisplayLang=en
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/b/c/3/bc3a0c36-fada-497d-a3de-8b0139766f3b/Windows2000-KB917344-56-x86-enu.exe add5f74c5bd4da6cfae47f8306de213ec6ed52c8

try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/Windows2000-KB917344-56-x86-enu.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET
}

#—————————————————————-

load_wsh56vb() {
# This installs vbscript 5.6 (but not jscript)
# See also http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=4F728263-83A3-464B-BCC0-54E63714BC75
download . http://download.microsoft.com/download/IE60/Patch/Q318089/W9XNT4Me/EN-US/vbs56men.exe 48f14a93db33caff271da0c93f334971f9d7cb22

try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/vbs56men.exe $WINETRICKS_QUIET
}

#—————————————————————-

load_xact() {
helper_directx_dl ;

# xactengine?_?.dll, X3DAudio?_?.dll, xaudio?_?.dll, xapofx?_?.dll – extract
cabextract -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” -L -F ‘*_xact_*x86*’ “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/$DIRECTX_NAME
cabextract -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” -L -F ‘*_x3daudio_*x86*’ “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/$DIRECTX_NAME
cabextract -d “$WINETRICKS_TMP” -L -F ‘*_xaudio_*x86*’ “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/$DIRECTX_NAME
for x in `ls “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/*.cab`
do
cabextract -d “$WINDIR”/system32 -L -F ‘*.dll’ “$x”
done

# xactengine?_?.dll, xaudio?_?.dll – register
for x in `ls “$WINDIR”/system32/xactengine* “$WINDIR”/system32/xaudio*`
do
try $WINE regsvr32 `basename $x`
done
}

#—————————————————————-

load_xvid() {
# xvid
load_vcrun6
download . http://www.koepi.info/Xvid-1.2.2-07062009.exe 435203e7f713c4484ca4f50f43e847f3dc118962
try $WINE “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”/Xvid-1.2.2-07062009.exe $WINETRICKS_SILENT
}

#—————————————————————-

print_version() {
echo “$VERSION”
}

#——— Main program —————————————–

# On Solaris, choose more modern commands (needed for id -u).
case `uname -s` in
SunOS) PATH=”/usr/xpg6/bin:/usr/xpg4/bin:$PATH”
;;
esac

case “$1″ in
-V|–version)
echo “Winetricks version $VERSION. (C) 2007-2009 Dan Kegel et al. LGPL.”
exit 0
;;
esac

detectDE

GUI=0
case x”$1″ in
x) GUI=1 ;;
x-h|x–help|xhelp) usage ; exit 1 ;;
esac

case “$OS” in
“Windows_NT”)
;;
*)
# Prevent running with wrong user id.
# It’s bad to create files as the wrong user!
die_if_user_not_dirowner “$WINEPREFIX”
die_if_user_not_dirowner “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”

if [ ! -x "`which "$WINE"`" ]
then
die “Cannot find wine ($WINE)”
fi

# Create wineprefix if not already there
test -d “$WINEPREFIX” || WINEDLLOVERRIDES=mshtml= $WINE cmd /c echo yes > /dev/null 2>&1
;;
esac

mkdir -p “$WINETRICKS_TMP”

case $GUI in
1) dogui ; set $todo ;;
esac

mkdir -p “$WINETRICKS_CACHE”
olddir=`pwd`
# Clean up after failed runs, if needed
rm -rf “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/*

# The folder-name is localized!
programfilesdir_win=”`unset WINEDEBUG; WINEDLLOVERRIDES=mshtml= $WINE cmd.exe /c echo “%ProgramFiles%”`”
test x”$programfilesdir_win” != x || die “$WINE cmd.exe /c echo ‘%ProgramFiles%’ returned empty string”
programfilesdir_unix=”`unset WINEDEBUG; $XXXPATH -u “$programfilesdir_win” | tr -d ‘\015′ `”
test x”$programfilesdir_unix” != x || die “winepath -u $programfilesdir_win returned empty string”
winetricks_tmp_win=”`$XXXPATH -w “$WINETRICKS_TMP”`”

# (Fixme: get fonts path from SHGetFolderPath
# See also http://blogs.msdn.com/oldnewthing/archive/2003/11/03/55532.aspx)
#
# Did the user rename Fonts to fonts?
if test ! -d “$WINDIR”/Fonts && test -d “$WINDIR”/fonts
then
winefontsdir=”$WINDIR”/fonts
else
winefontsdir=”$WINDIR”/Fonts
fi

# Mac folks tend to not have sha1sum, but we can make do with openssl
if [ -x "`which sha1sum`" ]
then
SHA1SUM=”sha1sum”
elif [ -x "`which openssl`" ]
then
SHA1SUM=”openssl dgst -sha1″
else
die “No sha1sum utility available.”
fi

if [ ! -x "`which cabextract`" ]
then
die “Cannot find cabextract. Please install it (e.g. ’sudo apt-get install cabextract’ or ’sudo yum install cabextract’).”
fi

if [ ! -x "`which unzip`" ]
then
die “Cannot find unzip. Please install it (e.g. ’sudo apt-get install unzip’ or ’sudo yum install unzip’).”
fi

while test “$1″ != “”
do
PACKAGE=$1
case $1 in
-q) WINETRICKS_QUIET=”/q”
WINETRICKS_QUIET_T=”/qt” # Microsoft Control Pad
WINETRICKS_UNIXQUIET=”-q”
WINETRICKS_SILENT=”/silent”
WINETRICKS_S=”/S” # for NSIS installers
WINEDEBUG=${WINEDEBUG:-”fixme-all”}
export WINEDEBUG
;;
-v) set -x;;
art2kmin|art2k7min) load_art2kmin;;
atmlib) load_atmlib;;
autohotkey|ahk) load_autohotkey;;
cmake) load_cmake;;
comctl32.ocx) load_comctl32ocx;;
comctl32|cc580) load_cc580;;
colorprofile) load_colorprofile;;
controlpad|fm20) load_controlpad;;
corefonts) load_corefonts;;
cygwin) load_cygwin;;
d3dx9) load_d3dx9;;
dcom98) load_dcom98;;
dinput8) load_dinput8;;
dirac|dirac0.8) load_dirac08;;
directplay|dxplay|dplay) load_directplay;;
directx9) load_directx9;;
divx) load_divx;;
dotnet1|dotnet11) load_dotnet11; load_fontfix;;
dotnet11sdk) load_dotnet11sdk;;
dotnet2|dotnet20) load_dotnet20; load_fontfix;;
dotnet20sdk) load_dotnet20sdk;;
dotnet20sp2) load_dotnet20sp2; load_fontfix;;
dotnet3|dotnet30) load_dotnet30; load_fontfix;;
dotnet35) load_dotnet35; load_fontfix;;
droid) load_droid;;
ffdshow) load_ffdshow;;
firefox|firefox3) load_firefox;;
flash) load_flash;;
fontfix) load_fontfix;;
fontsmooth-bgr|fs-bgr) load_fs_bgr;;
fontsmooth-disable|fs-disable) load_fs_disable;;
fontsmooth-gray|fontsmooth-grayscale|fontsmooth-enable|fs-enable) load_fs_grayscale;;
fontsmooth-rgb|fs-rgb|fs-cleartype) load_fs_rgb;;
gdiplus) load_gdiplus;;
gecko) load_gecko;;
gecko-dbg|geckodbg|gecko_dbg|geckodebug|gecko_debug|gecko-debug) load_gecko_dbg;;
glsl-disable) load_glsl_disable;;
glsl-enable) load_glsl_enable;;
hosts) load_hosts;;
icodecs) load_icodecs;;
ie6) load_ie6;;
ie7) load_ie7;;
jet40) load_jet40;;
kde) load_kde;;
liberation) load_liberation;;
mdac25) load_mdac25;;
mdac27) load_mdac27;;
mdac28) load_mdac28;;
mfc40) load_mfc40;;
mingw|mingw-min|mingw_min) load_mingw_min;;
mingw-gdb|mingw_gdb) load_mingw_gdb;;
mono19|mono20) load_mono20;;
mono22) load_mono22;;
mono24) load_mono24;;
mozillabuild) load_mozillabuild;;
mpc) load_mpc;;
msi2) load_msi2;;
mshflxgd) load_mshflxgd;;
msls31) load_msls31;;
msmask) load_msmask;;
msscript) load_msscript;;
msxml3) load_msxml3;;
msxml4) load_msxml4;;
msxml6) load_msxml6;;
ogg) load_ogg;;
ole2) load_ole2;;
openwatcom|watcom) load_openwatcom;;
pdh) load_pdh;;
physx) load_physx;;
psdk2003) load_psdk2003;;
psdkvista) load_psdkvista;;
psdkwin7) load_psdkwin7;;
python|python26) load_python26;;
python-comtypes|pythoncom|python-com|pythoncomtypes) load_python_comtypes;;
quicktime72) load_quicktime72;;
riched20) load_riched20;;
riched30) load_riched30;;
richtx32) load_richtx32;;
shockwave) load_shockwave;;
tahoma) load_tahoma;;
urlmon) load_urlmon;;
vbrun200|vb2run) load_vb2run;;
vbrun300|vb3run) load_vb3run;;
vbrun400|vb4run) load_vb4run;;
vbrun500|vbvm50|vb5run) load_vbvm50;;
vbrun600|vbrun60|vb6run) load_vbrun60;;
vc2003toolkit) load_vc2003toolkit;;
vc2005express) load_vc2005express;;
vc2005expresssp1) load_vc2005expresssp1;;
vc2005sp1) load_vc2005sp1;;
vc2008sp1) load_vc2008sp1;;
vc2005trial) load_vc2005trial;;
vc2008trial) load_vc2008trial;;
vcrun600|vcrun60|vcrun6|mfc42) load_vcrun6;;
vcrun60sp6|vcrun6sp6) load_vcrun6sp6;;
vcrun2003) load_vcrun2003;;
vcrun2005|vcrun2005sp1) load_vcrun2005;;
vcrun2008|vcrun2008sp1) load_vcrun2008;;
vjrun20) load_vjrun20;;
vlc) load_vlc;;
wenquanyi) load_wenquanyi;;
wininet) load_wininet;;
wme9) load_wme9;;
wmp9) load_wmp9;;
wmp10) load_wmp10;;
wsh56) load_wsh56;;
wsh56js) load_wsh56js;;
wsh56vb) load_wsh56vb;;
xact|xactengine|x3daudio) load_xact;;
xvid) load_xvid;;

allcodecs|allvcodecs) load_vcrun6; load_ffdshow; load_xvid; load_icodecs;;
allfonts) load_corefonts; load_tahoma; load_liberation; load_droid; load_wenquanyi;;
fakeie6) set_fakeie6;;
heapcheck) set_heapcheck;;
native_mdac) set_native_mdac;;
native_oleaut32) override_dlls native,builtin oleaut32;;
nocrashdialog) disable_crashdialog;;
orm=backbuffer|backbuffer) set_orm backbuffer;;
orm=fbo|fbo) set_orm fbo;;
orm=pbuffer|pbuffer) set_orm pbuffer;;
sandbox) sandbox;;
sound=alsa|alsa) set_sound_driver alsa;;
sound=audioio|audioio) set_sound_driver audioio;;
sound=coreaudio|coreaudio) set_sound_driver coreaudio;;
sound=esound|esound) set_sound_driver esound;;
sound=jack|jack) set_sound_driver jack;;
sound=nas|nas) set_sound_driver nas;;
sound=oss|oss) set_sound_driver oss;;
version) print_version;;
volnum) volnum;;
winver=nt40|nt40) set_winver nt40;;
winver=win98|win98) set_winver win98;;
winver=win2k|win2k) set_winver win2k;;
winver=winxp|winxp) set_winver winxp;;
winver=vista|vista) set_winver vista;;
winver=) unset_winver;;
*) echo Unknown arg $1; usage ; exit 1;;
esac
# Provide a bit of feedback
test “$WINETRICKS_QUIET” = “” && case $1 in
-q) echo Setting quiet mode;;
-v) echo Setting verbose mode;;
*) echo “Install of $1 done” ;;
esac
shift
# cleanup
rm -rf “$WINETRICKS_TMP”/*
done

# remove the temp directory
rm -rf “$WINETRICKS_TMP”

test “$WINETRICKS_QUIET” = “” && echo winetricks done. || true