It's time for another bi-weekly development release of the Wine package.
The latest bi-weekly Wine development release in the 1.5 series adds in a couple new features.
While it's been several months since the last Wine Mono release, its developers are still working on the open-source project for providing a replacement .NET run-time and class libraries in Wine with those from the Mono project.
It's time for another bi-weekly development Wine release for running Windows binaries on Linux and other operating systems.
Wine 1.5.13 was released on Friday afternoon with a few prominent new features.
Wine 1.5.12 was released today as the latest development snapshot for this open-source project that allows running Windows binaries on Linux and other platforms. There's a few interesting changes to this new release that ends out the month.
Wine 1.5.11 has been released today now that the project's back to their bi-weekly Friday releases. Wine 1.5.11 brings a few interesting changes.
Today marks the release of the Wine 1.5.10 development version and among other changes it now defaults to off-screen rendering for Direct3D.
There's another Tuesday release of a new Wine development version. This second development release for July brings RandR 1.2/1.3 support plus parser improvements to the HLSL shader compiler.
While it's been less than two weeks since Wine 1.5.7 was released with dynamic device support, Wine 1.5.8 has already been released.
It's not yet time for another Wine development release, but there's a heated discussion to point out on the development list concerning a PulseAudio driver for Wine.
Two weeks after the Wine 1.5.6 development release where they began work on a Direct3D shader compiler, Wine 1.5.7 now brings several more features for running your Windows binaries on Linux and other platforms.
The first stable release update for the Wine 1.4 series is now available.
It's time for another development snapshot of Wine, but this bi-weekly release does carry several features worth noting.
Wine 1.5.5 was released on Friday as the latest bi-weekly development snapshot. This latest release provides some Mono and .NET improvements.
This weekend there was a new release of Wine-Mono, a project which marries Wine with components of Mono.
It's time for another bi-weekly Wine development snapshot. The latest release arriving on Friday, Wine 1.5.4, offers up a few interesting features.
Wine 1.5.3 has been released as the latest bi-weekly Wine development build.
Wine 1.5.1 was released today as the second development release following last month's stable Wine 1.4 release.
Wine Wine 1.4 having been released two weeks ago, it's now time to kick-off the development of Wine 1.6 via the Wine 1.5 development series. Wine 1.5.0 was released this Friday afternoon with the first set of changes.
To finally replace the stable Wine 1.2 release after nearly two years is Wine 1.4.
CodeWeavers has today unveiled CrossOver XI as their latest Wine-based commercial software to run Windows programs under Linux and Mac OS X systems. Besides being based upon Wine 1.4, there's several other fundamental differences with this new product.
The Wine 1.4 release has moved along a step further in the fermentation process as they appear for the official debut of Wine 1.4 in the coming weeks.
Another week has passed in the Wine world since it went into code-freeze in late January and so now there's another release candidate available.
After hitting an RC state last week, a second release candidate of Wine 1.4 is now available.
Phoronix has been reporting for a while a now that it looks like Wine 1.4 would be released by April of 2012. This looks like it will all pan out with Wine 1.4 now entering a code freeze and 1.4-rc1 was released this Friday rather than a Wine 1.3 development point release.
As Wine 1.4 approaches, Wine 1.3.37 was released today with several prominent changes.
CodeWeavers is now working towards CrossOver 11.0 as the next major version of their Office and Gaming products that allow popular Windows software to run unmodified under Linux and Mac OS X platforms. CrossOver 11 will be based upon the Wine 1.4 release and is expected for release in just a few months.
Wine 1.3.36 was released before bringing in the new year.
There's a new version of Wine available for testing this weekend.
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