WINE 1.1.15 Arrives With Cross-Compilation Support
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 13 February 2009 at 12:34 PM EST. 6 Comments
In the past two weeks a fair amount of work has been made within the WINE development camp. WINE 1.1.15 was released this morning with five major changes, on top of various bug-fixes and other work. The key improvements include a Gecko engine update, better region support in GdiPlus, support for cross-compilation in winegcc, the start of MS Text Framework support, and many fixes to the regression tests on Windows. In WINE 1.1.15 there are 37 bugs officially fixed and many more code changes.

The news announcement and change-log for WINE 1.1.15 can be read at WINE HQ.
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