Around December 2002, I noticed this old copy of Microsoft Visual C 4.0 laying around that I'd bought at a garage sale for $5 a few years back, and, being bored, decided to try running it under Wine.
After all, it's been seven years since MSVC4 was released, Wine ought to be able to handle it by now, right?
Little did I know that would be the start of quite a fun little ride to debugging-land.
After I decided I wanted this to work, I started figuring out how to get good logs out of Wine and Windows, and fixing buglets became an obsession.
This is the third chapter of our tutorial series where we teach you how to build a fully-fledged Intercom clone using Graphcool and Apollo Client.