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Wine debug mode

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realta_taisteal Tuesday 17 January 2012 at 5:11
realta_taistealAnonymous

From playonlinux, can enable this before the program is run.

http://wiki.jswindle.com/index.php/Debugging_Wine


For example to check all the four messages (FIXME,ERR,WARN,TRACE) in the debug channel heap you could use this

WINEDEBUG=heap wine program_name
petch Tuesday 17 January 2012 at 7:50
petch
Developer

I saw that $WINEDEBUG is set at the beginning of each shortcut script, you could try setting it there...
Or use "Open a terminal" in configuration's Misc tab and type your command, should work too.

Regards, Pierre.

Edited by petch

realta_taisteal Tuesday 17 January 2012 at 21:09
realta_taistealAnonymous

I saw that $WINEDEBUG is set at the beginning of each shortcut script, you could try setting it there...
Or use "Open a terminal" in configuration's Misc tab and type your command, should work too.

Regards, Pierre.

Quote from petch


For the misc, I have nav down the dir tree many times. No pasting, I have to type the folder names by hand. It's slow. Changing "WINEBUG= "" has no effect on output.

Checking "enable debug" helps, but I need the TRACE function enabled to see some mouse info.

How do I view the shortcut script? The menu won't allow it.



Quentin PÂRIS Thursday 19 January 2012 at 18:16
Quentin PÂRIS
Admin

The shortcut script is located into .PlayOnLinux/shortcuts.

You should see a WINEDEBUG line for each of them
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