Wine 1.5.20 Improves C++ Runtime
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 22 December 2012 at 07:02 AM EST. 4 Comments
Wine 1.5.20 was officially released on Friday as the latest pre-Christmas Wine update.

The bi-weekly Wine 1.5.20 development release features:

- A bunch of dlls with ugly names for API sets support.
- More ATL functions implemented.
- Still more C++ runtime functions.
- Several text rendering fixes.
- PostScript driver improvements.
- Various bug fixes.

A list of the bugs fixed plus other Wine 1.5.20 release information is available from WineHQ.org.
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