Out now is Wine 1.9.11 and its release has improvements in its Direct3D 11 support, but still it doesn't appear that Wine is ready yet for handling all the latest D3D11 AAA games.
Wine-Staging 1.9.10 is out today with more experimental patches atop this week's Wine 1.9.10 snapshot.
Wine 1.9.10 was released today, Monday, rather than on their usual bi-weekly Friday release cadence. However, even with the extra weekend of development, it's not a particularly noteworthy release.
Wine Staging, a playground for experimental Wine patches not yet ready to be accepted to the mainline tree, is out with their newest release that's powered off last week's official Wine 1.9.9 release.
Wine 1.9.9 was released earlier today as the newest development release for this software to run Windows applications/games on Linux, OS X, and other operating systems.
Adding in more experimental patches over last week's Wine 1.9.8 development release is the routine Wine-Staging update.
Wine 1.9.8 is now available as the latest development snapshot of this program for running Windows programs/games on Linux, OS X, and other operating systems.
For those sticking to Wine 1.8 stable releases rather than the bi-weekly Wine 1.9 development releases, Wine 1.8.2 was released this morning.
Building off Friday's release of Wine 1.9.7 is now a new release of Wine-Staging.
Wine 1.9.7 is now available as the latest bi-weekly development release of this program for running Windows programs on Linux and other operating systems.
CodeWeavers this morning announced the release of CrossOver 15.1 as the latest version of their software to allow Windows programs to run on Linux and OS X. CrossOver 15.1 is now powered by Wine 1.8.1.
CodeWeavers got their Wine-based CrossOver software running on Android, but before getting too excited, it's x86 Android.
The Wine-Staging 1.9.6 release adds an experimental Vulkan wrapper for running Vulkan Windows binaries on Linux.
Wine 1.9.6 was released this morning as the latest bi-weekly development release of Wine.
Support for running Vulkan Windows programs/games under Wine is currently being developed.
Building off last Friday's release of Wine 1.9.5 is now the Wine-Staging update that adds in extra patches.
Wine 1.9.5 was released today and it's a rather exciting bi-weekly update to the Wine stack.
The Wine crew has today released Wine-Staging 1.9.4 as the latest version of this experimental proving grounds for upstream Wine and based off last week's release of Wine 1.9.4.
Wine 1.9.4 was released today as the latest bi-weekly Wine development release.
It has been quite a while since last having any Wine-Staging release to talk about, but nothing has stopped and simply was due to the project not having the time for putting out release notes. Wine-Staging continues to ride off upstream Wine while adding in over one hundred experimental patches for testing.'
Wine 1.9.3 is out today as the newest bi-weekly Wine development release.
Wine 1.8.1 was released this morning as the first stable point release to Wine 1.8.
Wine 1.9.2 was released this morning as the newest bi-weekly Wine development release.
The Wine project's first development release of 2016 is now available.
With Wine 1.8 having been released last week, Wine 1.9.0 was released today as the first development snapshot leading to the Wine 1.10 release in 2016.
Just days after the release of Wine 1.8, the Wine-Staging 1.8 release is now available.
As a nice Christmas present for those dependent upon running Windows games/applications on Linux, Wine 1.8 was officially released just moments ago!
The fourth weekly release candidate to Wine 1.8 is now available.
With the Wine crew shipping new unstable releases every two weeks, the Wine packages that end up in Linux distributions tend to be out of date for fetching the bleeding edge support for running Windows programs on Linux. As a result, Wine developers are stepping up their game in providing packages for popular Linux distributions.
Back during E3 in June, CodeWeavers was talking about "support for DirectX 11 [in the coming months]." It's been nearly six months and it looks like we're still a ways out from seeing support in Wine.
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