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i have some proprietary command line tool for windows and i wonder, if it's anyhow possible to "turn it into" a command line tool for osx. what i would like to know -- is it possible to run a windows cli-only tool on osx using darwine? from osx terminal?

thanks!

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Anyway, I suggest you use Wine Bottler rather than Darwine - see winebottler.kronenberg.org – Karel Bílek Aug 9 '10 at 12:19
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from http://wiki.winehq.org/MacOSX/FAQs:

cd "/Users/Me/where/is/my/app/" && exec /path/to/executable/wine "myapp.exe"

Save this as a shell script, for example. I don't have Darwine right now, but I think it should work

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thanks ... this was already very helpful. i'll just have to play around some more withit -- do you know, how to avoid starting X11? afaik i should not need it for a cli application? i googled around and found something about using "ttydrv" in .wine/config, but this doesn't seem to work ... – harald Aug 9 '10 at 16:15
    
I found this on the page of Wine Bottler winebottler.kronenberg.org/trac/wiki/WineCmdLine again, I don't use darwine much – Karel Bílek Aug 12 '10 at 2:42
    
yes, i'm using this -- but it opens x11. anyway ... thanks for your answer it helped me a lot! – harald Aug 16 '10 at 11:12

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