Wine 1.3.11 Comes About As GameTree Linux Is Introduced
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 7 January 2011 at 02:36 PM EST. 2 Comments
While unrelated to one another, the Wine development community has released their newest development build (Wine v1.3.11) following TransGaming's announcement earlier this morning of GameTree Linux replacing Cedega for running Windows games under Linux.

The Wine 1.3.11 release isn't too interesting. Its changes include using PO files for translations, JavaScript improvements, fixes to the Wine debugger, translation updates, and various bug-fixes.

The release announcement can be read at WineHQ.org.

In terms of the Cedega-GameTree news today, the Cedega web-site has now been updated to reflect GameTree Linux succeeding it and the Cedega subscription service being discontinued in favor of this forthcoming free solution.
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