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    Default Wine 1.1.25 Brings Improved Memory Management

    Phoronix: Wine 1.1.25 Brings Improved Memory Management

    In their bi-weekly tradition, the developers behind Wine have pushed out a new development release for this popular and important open-source project. Wine 1.1.25 is the newest development release and it has quite a few translation updates, support for various Unicode file encodings in Notepad, improved memory management, desktop menus are now cleared up automatically, the start of a windowscodecs DLL implementation, and of course various bug fixes...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=NzM2NA

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    Usually every 2nd friday you find updates for wine. Since yesterday in Kanotix already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kano View Post
    Usually every 2nd friday you find updates for wine. Since yesterday in Kanotix already.
    Yeah. Now if only Kanotix was released ...

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    Default wine .25 brings stability in oblivion with fglrx 9-6

    wine 1.1.25 brings stability in oblivion with fglrx 9-6

    vor amd vga cart user this release is a milestone!

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    Always nice to see memory management fixes.

    This

    ntdll: Release some address space after the process initialization is done.
    squishes

    13335 Wine virtual memory exhaustion causing OpenGL crashes / slowdowns
    which afflicted Oblivion as well as other applications.

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    @Zhick

    It is not hard to get a new snapshot in IRC, but I even update it for Thorhammer.

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    Oh man this is flipping awesome, HALO runs so perfectly this time, smooth as hell, I have forced VSYNC on all OpenGL apps and VSYNC on within HALO. No more mouse lag!!!



    direct link, 56K warning!
    http://img219.imageshack.us/img219/9115/halog.png

    I'm totally shocked .

    Edit: Hmm, I just ran the timedemo, on XP I got 287.67fps and in wine I get 106.87fps (same exact settings on both systems).
    Last edited by hax0r; 07-07-2009 at 04:00 AM.

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