Wine 1.7.20 Finally Released, Brings X11 Drag & Drop Fixes
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 13 June 2014 at 02:56 PM EDT. Add A Comment
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Wine 1.7.20 was delayed an extra two weeks due to outside scheduling conflicts, but that new release is now available. While the release schedule was twice as long, the release isn't too particularly exciting.

Found within Wine 1.7.20 is X11 drag and drop fixes, more C/C++ run-time functions have been implemented, fixes for more memory issues found by Valgrind, OLE storage fixes, and various other bug-fixes. This release has 88 bug-fixes found within this development version after the extended cycle.

More information on Wine 1.7.20 can be found via the WineHQ.org release announcement.
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