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More on LinuxToday Interview with Ulrich Weigand, WINE developer

Oct 26, 1999, 19:16 (0 Talkback[s])

[ Thanks to Ken Guest for this link. ]

"Ulrich Weigand is the most prominent developer working on the core of the WINE Windows Emulator. We tracked him down and asked a few questions..."

"Do you ever get upset when yet anyother obscure feature of some Windows program broke Wine?..."

"No :-) In fact, this is just what I find interesting: finding out just how Windows works, exactly. [ B.t.w. it's features of Windows that are the problem, not features of Windows apps ... ]"

"Has the recent help from Corel helped much in development?"

"Yes, definitely. They have been (publicly) involved now for about a year; a quick check of the ChangeLog reveals that about 15-20% of all CVS check-ins during that year was code provided by Corel (where the ratio appears to go up quite a bit lately ...)."

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