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Wine 1.3.8 Brings Various Changes

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Published on 26 November 2010 02:34 PM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE
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There's a new Wine development release arriving on this "Black Friday", but this version doesn't bring any early Christmas presents like Wayland support, DirectX 11.0 capabilities, or usage of the Direct3D 10/11 Gallium3D state tracker. It does though bring a few minor changes.

From the WineHQ.org announcement, the major 1.3.8 changes include:

- Icons in the "open with" menus.
- Man pages for all installed binaries.
- Support for schemas in MSXML.
- Many installer fixes.
- Translation updates.
- Various bug fixes.

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