Wine-Staging 3.10 Adds Better Tablet/Stylus Support, Runtime Vulkan Library Detection
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 13 June 2018 at 05:26 AM EDT. 4 Comments
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Built off the Wine 3.10 bi-weekly development release from earlier this week, Wine-Staging 3.10 is now available as the more experimental version of Wine that carries over 900 patches atop the upstream code-base.

Beyond re-basing the 905 patches against the upstream Wine, this newest Wine-Staging release does incorporate some new functionality. Wine-Staging 3.10 offers Direct3D 11 improvements, improved tablet/stylus device support, detecting the Vulkan library at run-time within the Wine X11 code, a UIAnimation DLL is now shipped, and more Bcrypt32 functions have been stubbed out.

Those wishing to build Wine-Staging 3.10 from source can find it at GitHub while via WineHQ.org are various binary packages.
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