휴대용 와인 만들기
We aim to make Wine portable, running and building on as many systems and configurations as possible. Whether you want to port Wine to a new architecture or OS, build it with a different toolchain, or solve some other platform-specific quirk, we always appreciate the help. These kinds of improvements tend to provide secondary benefits too, maturing our code and making it more robust on any platform.
If you're interested, try Building Wine with your specific configuration, keeping and sharing careful notes of your results. Don't be shy about letting other Developers know about your goals and progress either. There's a good chance that at least one developer has tested the same configuration some; if so, they can give you a headstart and possibly point you towards trial patches or bug reports.
To narrow down problems, try varying as few parameters as possible from our "control" case: vanilla 32-bit Wine, Linux or FreeBSD kernel, x86 or amd64 arch, GCC / GNU build tools, and Wine header files.
The Clang compiler has come a long way; it can build the 32-bit version of Wine without problems and could be considered a control in the near future. However it still lacks a couple features that certain DLLs and 64-bit support depend on (see below for details).
|운영체제||번역여부||작동여부||64두값 와인 지원여부||그외|
|FreeBSD||✔||✔||✔||FreeBSD 위키 내 와인 문서|
|MacOSX||✔||✔||✖||MacOSX/Building에서 특이점을 확인할 수 있습니다.|
|DragonFlyBSD||✔||✔||✖||일반적으로 FreeBSD 계열에서 잘 작동합니다.|
|GNU Hurd||✔||✔||✖||자세한 내용은 해당 문서를 보시기 바랍니다.|
|Android||Cross-compiled||Partially||?||아직 작업 중입니다. Alexandre Julliard's slides from FOSDEM2014를 보세요.|
|OpenIndiana||✔||✔||✖||2013년 12월에 마지막으로 꾸러미가 만들어졌습니다. (in the sfe-encumbered repo)|
|Cygwin||Partially||✖||✖||아직 시험되지 않았습니다.|
|Haiku||✖||✖||✖||See page for details|
|NetBSD||✔||✔||✖||Packaged as recently as Dec 2015|
|OpenBSD||✖||✖||✖||이전에는 지원했습니다. 와인과 OpenBSD 부호가 호환되지 않습니다. (irreconcilably for the foreseeable future)|
|AIX||✔||✖||✖||동적 연결 자료관과 와인서버만 빌드되었을 뿐 시험되지 않았습니다. 를 보세요.|
|HP/UX||✔||✔||✖||어떠한 구성요소도 빌드되지 않았고, 시험되지 않았습니다. |
|PowerPC||✔||✖||Hasn't been tested in a while|
|Compiler||Finishes building?||Runs correctly?||Notes|
|Clang||✔||Almost||Just can't build 64-bit Wine (|
|icc||Partially||✖||Hasn't been tested in a while; building required some workarounds|
|pcc||✖||N/A||Hasn't been tested in a while|
|tcc||✖||N/A||Hasn't been tested in a while|
|MS Visual C||?||?|
In theory, 32-bit programs should run exactly the same, whether you're using a vanilla 32-bit build of Wine or a WoW64-capable version. Unfortunately, we still can't guarantee this is always the case. If you come across a program that behaves differently between the two builds, don't hesitate to file a bug mentioning the discrepancy in detail.
The AMD64 page has more ideas about testing for these differences; there are also useful tips for anyone interested in porting Wine to their favorite OS on AMD64 hardware.
The Wine project has been around in one form or another for over 20 years now. In that time, systems have come and gone, but some of them are still used in niche situations or maintained by dedicated users. Here is a list of some systems wine was at least tested on in the past.
- Open64 (it and most of its derivatives have been discontinued; there are still 1 or 2 small forks like OpenUH by universities though)
- MinGW/MSYS (project is still active but struggles to stay up-to-date; consider using mingw-w64 instead)
- SCO OpenServer 5 (based on AT&T SysV Release 3)
- AT&T SysV Release 4
- SCO OpenServer 6 (based on AT&T SysV Release 5)
- Sun Solaris & OpenSolaris (superseded by FOSS OpenIndiana & commercial Oracle Solaris)