It's been one month since the last Wine development release, but Wine 1.7.52 was just tagged and made available today.
Besides Wine switching to yearly releases and making Wine-Staging official, there were many other interesting sessions at this year's WineConf. One such session was discussing the state of Wine for alternative architectures.
Besides switching to yearly, time-based releases, the upstream Wine developers have decided to make Wine-Staging an official part of the project.
It was decided at WineConf 2015 last week in Vienna to shake-up how the stable Wine releases are handled.
With next week's bi-weekly Wine development update will see more Direct3D 11 functions implemented.
Building off last week's release of Wine 1.7.51 is the equivalent Wine-Staging update. Besides re-basing off this new Wine release that has XAudio2 support and other new functionality, the staging update has some new CSMT patches for boosting the Direct3D gaming performance.
The latest bi-weekly development release of Wine is now available.
Wine 1.7.50 was released this past Friday and it started adding Direct3D 11 support code. The equivalent Wine-Staging update is now available with a few extra features.
Wine 1.7.50 is a very exciting development update to this free software project for running Windows programs/games on Linux and other operating systems. Wine 1.7.50 starts its Direct3D 11 implementation!
Building off Friday's release of Wine 1.7.49 is a new Wine-Staging update and it comes with an interesting experimental program to better integrate Wine apps with the GTK3 Linux desktop.
The newest bi-weekly development release of Wine is now available.
Today marks two years since the start of the Wine 1.7 development series. While it's been two years of doing bi-weekly development releases, there's no sign of Wine 1.8.0 being ready for release in the near future.
With Wine 1.7.48 having been delayed compared to its normal release cycle, the adjoining Wine-Staging update was also delayed but made it out this week.
Wine 1.7.48 didn't make it out last Friday for the usual bi-weekly development released, but is out there today.
Building on top of Friday's release of Wine 1.7.47 is a new Wine-Staging release that tacks on a couple extra features.
Wine 1.7.47 was just released as the newest bi-weekly development version of this popular open-source project to run Windows programs on Linux and other Unix-like operating systems.
Building on Friday's Wine 1.7.46 release, Wine-Staging 1.7.46 was released today.
Wine 1.7.46 is out bright and early this morning.
CodeWeavers has shared their plans for adding DirectX11 support for their Wine-based CrossOver software along with delivering on performance improvements.
Building on last Friday's release of Wine 1.7.45, the newest Wine-Staging release is now available that tacks in extra, experimental functionality.
The latest bi-weekly Wine development release is available this morning.
PlayOnLinux developers have shared that PlayOnLinux 5 development has begun and it will be a complete rewrite of this software used by Linux gamers. Rather than being written in Python, it will now be based in Java.
Following in the foot steps of Wine 1.7.44, the newest development version of Wine-Staging is now also available.
Wine 1.7.44 is out this morning to end out the month of May for the Wine development community.
Wine 1.7.43 was released on Friday and following it this weekend was the latest Wine-Staging update that re-bases atop the latest upstream Wine while carrying extra, experimental features like DXVA2, CUDA 7, and various other features.
Wine 1.7.43 was released this morning as the newest development version of Wine.
Per the latest World Wine News (WWN), USB support for Wine is being discussed yet again but as of right now it's not clear if any new work will materialize as a result of the latest discussions.
Wine 1.7.42 was released this morning as the latest bi-weekly Wine development release.
Following in the foot steps of Wine 1.7.41, Wine-Staging 1.7.41 has been released as the re-based version of this version of Wine with various testing/experimental patches.
Two weeks ago Wine 1.7.40 added kernel job object support (after previously being a feature of Wine-Staging) and now with today's v1.7.41 release this Windows feature has been further improved.
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