References in this chapter to `environment variables’ are therefore actually references to values in the Windows CE registry.
The environment variables expected by Vortex Open Splice are: directories from within the Vortex Open Splice installation to be available on the Windows CE target hardware.
This guide looks briefly at the Windows CE registry and some simple customisation tweaks for beginners. What happens if I remove a vital registry entry It is only recommended that advanced users edit the system registry.
Here you'll find useful registry keys that cannot be changed in Self:winecfg. In older Wine versions (pre 1.0), Self:wineprefixcreate needs to be run after updating Wine, in order to update the registry as well. All values are strings (REG_SZ) unless stated otherwise.
To create a new key if it does not exist: | [Application specific defaults.
Dll Overrides, X11 Driver, etc.).] | -Debug | | | -Always Offscreen | | [Use offscreen rendering for all render targets.
The main effect this has is | | avoiding the depth buffer copy between offscreen and onscreen targets, which | | introduces fallbacks in some drivers and exposes bugs in others.