Wine 1.1.35 Offers Modest Improvements
Phoronix: Wine 1.1.35 Offers Modest Improvements
Two weeks have passed since the release of Wine 1.1.34 that brought support for the digital rights management in the Left 4 Dead 2 game, MSHTML improvements, and other fixes, but now Wine 1.1.35 is out the door to replace that development release. Wine 1.1.35 delivers on more proper support for the Left 4 Dead 2 DRM, support for OLE transacted storage, better certificate checking on secure connections, progress on the 16-bit separation, MSI performance improvements, 64-bit fixes in debugger support, and the usual bug-fixes. This release only carries a few fixes/improvements to the Direct3D 9/10 support. The Wine 1.1.35 announcement with change-log is available at WineHQ.org...
Still without any steps toward PulseAudio?
Fedora offers a PulseAudio plugin for Wine- it's apparently not part of the main Wine tree though.
Few D3D fixes?
There are almost no D3D10-specific changes (one fix and one stub entry), but there are quite a few general D3D fixes (there are 55 commits mentioning "3d" somewhere in them).
Originally Posted by phoronix