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For those that have faced issues with WINE or CodeWeaver's CrossOver Games, perhaps you may want to try out the latest release of Cedega. Transgaming has just released Cedega 7.1.1, which is the first point release since Cedega 7.1 was released a month ago.
3 April 2009 - For Those Not Interested In WINE - 14 Comments
In the bi-weekly update to the WINE development series are a few interesting changes. Today's release of WINE 1.1.18 brings many Direct3D cleanups, debug symbols in WineDbg on Mac OS X, improved support for upgrades in MSI, and RPC over HTTP support. There is also a host of bug-fixes contained in this latest WINE development release.
27 March 2009 - New WINE Development Release - 3 Comments
Since the release of WINE 1.1.16 two weeks ago, the open-source developers have been working on joystick support for Mac OS X, implementing iphlpapi on Solaris, a number of 64-bit improvements, the obsolete LinuxThreads support has been dropped, and Windows regression test fixes. These changes plus the usual round of bug-fixes has now gone on to form the WINE 1.1.17 release.
13 March 2009 - More 64-Bit Work... - 5 Comments
CodeWeavers, the company behind the WINE-based CrossOver Office and CrossOver Games for running Windows office applications and games, respectively, on Linux (and Mac OS X) has shared some of their plans for 2009. Among the items they are getting ready for is DirectX 10 support and a new GUI for its CrossOver software.
9 March 2009 - DirectX 10 In WINE Eventually - 8 Comments
The Linux client for Unreal Tournament 3 still hasn't been released, but it's now possible to easily play this game on Linux. Cedega 7.1 was released this morning and it now supports Unreal Tournament 3 along with better supporting Bioshock, Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, FEAR 2, Medal of Honor Airborne, and Sins of a Solar Empire. Cedega 7.1 also has performance and stability improvements.
6 March 2009 - Cedega 7.1 Released - 17 Comments
WINE 1.1.16 has been released this afternoon with a few improvements. Particularly, the development branch of WINE now has improved SANE scanner support, support for digital CD audio playback, improved cookies management in Wininet, support for building stand-alone 16-bit modules, and many fixes to the regression tests on Windows. Of course, there's also a lot of bug fixing and other work that went on since the release of WINE 1.1.15.
27 February 2009 - Even Digital CD Audio Playback - 7 Comments
It has been a number of months since CrossOver Games was last updated, but this morning CodeWeavers has issued a new update for this software based upon WINE that allows gamers to run their favorite DirectX and OpenGL Windows titles on Linux.
26 February 2009 - Thanks CodeWeavers - 3 Comments
In the past two weeks a fair amount of work has been made within the WINE development camp. WINE 1.1.15 was released this morning with five major changes, on top of various bug-fixes and other work. The key improvements include a Gecko engine update, better region support in GdiPlus, support for cross-compilation in winegcc, the start of MS Text Framework support, and many fixes to the regression tests on Windows. In WINE 1.1.15 there are 37 bugs officially fixed and many more code changes.
13 February 2009 - Plus Other Features - 6 Comments
The WINE developers have today announced the release of WINE 1.1.14. This release of WINE isn't as exciting as some earlier revisions that started on Direct3D 10 support or 64-bit improvements, but it does contain several fixes. There are various fixes for Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 in WINE 1.1.14 along with numerous Crypt32 improvements, better support for windowless Richedit, improvements to the print dialog, and fixes to the Windows regression tests. As usual, there is also a variety of bug-fixes.
30 January 2009 - Plus Other Work Too - 2 Comments
In their usual bi-weekly dance, the WINE community has this afternoon released a new version of this software that allows Windows programs to run on Linux. Delivered in WINE 1.1.13 is FreeDesktop.org-compliant startup notifications, many fixes for 64-bit application support, improved graphics support in Internet Explorer, various Richedit improvements, and better certificate manager dialog. Of course, WINE 1.1.13 also has its share of bug-fixes. The WINE 1.1.13 release announcement with full change-log and download links can be found at WINE HQ.
16 January 2009 - New Improvements In 64-bit WINE - 2 Comments
As the first release in 2009, WINE 1.1.12 has been released with more 64-bit support. Using this latest unstable release of WINE should allow some simple 64-bit Windows applications to run on Linux and support 64-bit code generation in the IDL compiler. Outside of the 64-bit realm there is a new version of the Gecko engine integrated into WINE and support for sub-pixel font rendering. As usual, there is also a number of bug-fixes in WINE 1.1.12. The release announcement can be read at WINE HQ.
2 January 2009 - More 64-bit Work, New Gecko - 9 Comments
The WINE development community has just released the tenth development update in the WINE 1.1 series. With this release are also several interesting changes. Among other work, WINE 1.1.10 offers improved 64-bit support. It's long been a problem building WINE in a Linux x86_64 environment, but this latest release is known to correct a few of the build issues.
5 December 2008 - And Virtual Memory Write Watches - 6 Comments
WINE 1.1.9 has been released this morning and it arrives with a few interesting changes. This development release brings a large number of regression test fixes, performance improvements in memory management, improved POP3 support in inetcomm, an initial implementation of the XInput DLL, and various bug fixes. The release announcement can be read at WINE HQ.
21 November 2008 - Plus Other Improvements - 11 Comments
The release of WINE 1.1.7 two weeks ago marked their initial work on implementing Direct3D 10 support, but still in a very early form. WINE 1.1.8 has now been released and while doesn't contain anything quite as exciting, there are a few interesting points.
7 November 2008 - New Development Release of WINE - 6 Comments
Tomorrow for one-day only CodeWeavers will be giving away their CrossOver Office software for free. No, this isn't just the demo copy or some version bugged with limitations, but due to a challenge they started in July, they will be giving out copies of CrossOver Office and CrossOver Games for free for one day. Those receiving a free copy will also receive free technical support from CodeWeavers. This challenge dealt with seeing what George W. Bush would accomplish in his last year of US office, and due to the falling gas prices, one of their goals was met.
27 October 2008 - Thanks To George W Bush - 27 Comments
Word out of WINE HQ this morning is that WINE 1.1.7 has been released. This development release has major changes that consist of improved device management for DOS drives, many Richedit fixes, many Windows installer fixes, and the first steps of a Direct3D 10 implementation. This release also has the usual assortment of bug-fixes. It's great to see WINE developers starting work on Direct3D 10 support, but it will likely be a while before it enters a usable state. The change-log for this bi-weekly development release can be read at WINE HQ.
24 October 2008 - WINE 1.1.7 Has Been Released - 25 Comments
Back in June was the release of WINE 1.0.0 and since then we have seen the continued development of WINE through the WINE 1.1.x series. Today though the WINE developers have gone back and released a WINE 1.0.1 maintenance release. Making up this release are just small bug-fixes and translation updates. The change-log and source download links can be found at WINE HQ.
17 October 2008 - The First Official Post-1.0.0 Release
10 October 2008 - WINE 1.1.6 Has Been Released - 7 Comments
19 September 2008 - And Partial Support For Layered Windows
Chroimum, the open-source code that powers the Google Chrome web-browser, is now available to Linux (and Mac OS) X users in a binary package. Though this support isn't coming natively, but instead CodeWeavers (the company behind CrossOver Office and CrossOver Games) is using WINE. This Chromium support for Google has come about in the last couple of days, as is detailed on the CodeWeavers blog. Additional information and free download links are available from the press release and FAQ page. One side effect of this Chromium+WINE work is that they've written HTTPS support within the winhttp DLL for WINE.
15 September 2008 - WINE-driven Browser Goodness - 9 Comments
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