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    Phoronix: Wine 7.11 Released With Zero-Copy Support For GStreamer

    Wine 7.11 is out as the newest version of this open-source software for enjoying Windows games and applications under Linux and other platforms...

    https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?pa...-7.11-Released

  • #2
    this wine version close very interesting bugs like some related with ubisoft connect connection and epic game launcher crash

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    • #3
      Originally posted by pinguinpc View Post
      this wine version close very interesting bugs like some related with ubisoft connect connection and epic game launcher crash

      Epic Games launcher is no longer needed now that we have excellent Linux native replacement Heroic Games Launcher. Also Epic games can be played using Gog Galaxy on Lutris.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by piorunz View Post

        Epic Games launcher is no longer needed now that we have excellent Linux native replacement Heroic Games Launcher. Also Epic games can be played using Gog Galaxy on Lutris.
        yeah but dont all using heroic game launcher (very good), in my case use one 64bit prefix for newer games and 32bit prefix for older games but without lutris

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        • #5
          I wonder if we'll finally get stable hardware accelerated decoding for web in wine before native browsers.

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          • #6
            I'm curious to see if Wine will start to progress quicker now that they're on Gitlab. Really hoping to see the Adobe software working without needing to get around the Creative Cloud login.

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            • #7
              Here's important info which Alexandre has let me know recently in a private email.

              Wine is now meant to be built using a combination of GCC + minGW. Native GCC builds might be flaky and not work properly.

              I'm a little bit upset because,
              Code:
              dnf install mingw32-gcc
              Dependencies resolved.
              ================================================================================
               Package                     Arch        Version             Repository    Size
              ================================================================================
              Installing:
               mingw32-gcc                 x86_64      11.2.1-5.fc36       fedora        21 M
              Installing dependencies:
               mingw-binutils-generic      x86_64      2.37-4.fc36         fedora       955 k
               mingw-filesystem-base       noarch      133-2.fc36          updates       22 k
               mingw32-binutils            x86_64      2.37-4.fc36         fedora       2.5 M
               mingw32-cpp                 x86_64      11.2.1-5.fc36       fedora       8.9 M
               mingw32-crt                 noarch      9.0.0-4.fc36        updates      1.9 M
               mingw32-filesystem          noarch      133-2.fc36          updates      132 k
               mingw32-headers             noarch      9.0.0-3.fc36        fedora       5.0 M
               mingw32-winpthreads         noarch      9.0.0-3.fc36        fedora        52 k
              
              Transaction Summary
              ================================================================================
              Install  9 Packages
              
              Total download size: 41 M
              Installed size: 231 M
              Is this ok [y/N]:
              Don't want to install it just yet.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by birdie View Post
                Here's important info which Alexandre has let me know recently in a private email.

                Wine is now meant to be built using a combination of GCC + minGW. Native GCC builds might be flaky and not work properly.

                I'm a little bit upset because,
                Code:
                dnf install mingw32-gcc
                Dependencies resolved.
                ================================================================================
                Package Arch Version Repository Size
                ================================================================================
                Installing:
                mingw32-gcc x86_64 11.2.1-5.fc36 fedora 21 M
                Installing dependencies:
                mingw-binutils-generic x86_64 2.37-4.fc36 fedora 955 k
                mingw-filesystem-base noarch 133-2.fc36 updates 22 k
                mingw32-binutils x86_64 2.37-4.fc36 fedora 2.5 M
                mingw32-cpp x86_64 11.2.1-5.fc36 fedora 8.9 M
                mingw32-crt noarch 9.0.0-4.fc36 updates 1.9 M
                mingw32-filesystem noarch 133-2.fc36 updates 132 k
                mingw32-headers noarch 9.0.0-3.fc36 fedora 5.0 M
                mingw32-winpthreads noarch 9.0.0-3.fc36 fedora 52 k
                
                Transaction Summary
                ================================================================================
                Install 9 Packages
                
                Total download size: 41 M
                Installed size: 231 M
                Is this ok [y/N]:
                Don't want to install it just yet.
                Normal user installs wine from distro repos and don't need developer dependencies.
                Anyway 231MB isn't much for people needing it. SDKs are usually much more bigger.

                Another poor troll attempt...

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by evil_core View Post

                  Normal user installs wine from distro repos and don't need developer dependencies.
                  Anyway 231MB isn't much for people needing it. SDKs are usually much more bigger.

                  Another poor troll attempt...
                  Another poor insult attempt.
                  • I file bug reports, I often need to debug it
                  • I don't need all the dependencies Wine is built with in my distro
                  • My wine build is a lot faster than what Fedora builds
                  • Fedora pushes new Wine builds with a 1-2 weeks delay
                  Won't see your junk messages any longer, thank you for letting me know who you are.
                  Last edited by birdie; 18 June 2022, 02:35 PM.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by birdie View Post

                    Another poor insult attempt.
                    • I file bug reports, I often need to debug it
                    • I don't need all the dependencies Wine is built with in my distro
                    • My wine build is a lot faster than what Fedora builds
                    • Fedora pushes new Wine builds with a 1-2 weeks delay
                    Won't see your junk messages any longer, thank you for letting me know who you are.
                    Then it makes even less sense.

                    Because if you don't need all this deps and you want to file bug reports, then you should use master(and possibly other) branch from git, not stable release.
                    And WINE git repo takes much more space than this deps. Even WINE solely takes much more space. So nothing adds and makes any sense...

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