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    Default Wine 1.4 Officially Released After Two Years

    Phoronix: Wine 1.4 Officially Released After Two Years

    To finally replace the stable Wine 1.2 release after nearly two years is Wine 1.4...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTA2NzY

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    Great, but does this new version finally support authentication against Microsoft NTLM2 Proxy with username and password? Does someone have an answer to this question?

    This feature is really important in corporate environments........

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    Quote Originally Posted by bulletxt View Post
    Great, but does this new version finally support authentication against Microsoft NTLM2 Proxy with username and password? Does someone have an answer to this question?

    This feature is really important in corporate environments........
    yes, something like this will be needed for using Outlook under Wine, for connecting to a corporate Exchange network

    Perhaps file a wishlist bug?

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    wine does not run arma2 for me because: WINE bug 20395 http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=20395 and Patch raw3.patch is not in the mainline.

    why this isn't in mainline ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qaridarium View Post
    wine does not run arma2 for me because: WINE bug 20395 http://bugs.winehq.org/show_bug.cgi?id=20395 and Patch raw3.patch is not in the mainline.

    why this isn't in mainline ?
    i got a message from codewavers:

    "Hello, The wine maintainers are pretty insistent that the raw input work be done the "right way", which is mainly some rather difficult work in wineserver. This is on the agenda for future work, but the patches on wine bug 20395 are, as far as I've seen, not good solutions for implementation in wine. We must consider not only what a patch immediately fixes, but also whether or not it will be feasible to build much more code on top of those patches. Regards, Jack"]Hello, The wine maintainers are pretty insistent that the raw input work be done the "right way", which is mainly some rather difficult work in wineserver. This is on the agenda for future work, but the patches on wine bug 20395 are, as far as I've seen, not good solutions for implementation in wine. We must consider not only what a patch immediately fixes, but also whether or not it will be feasible to build much more code on top of those patches. Regards, Jack"

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