Wine-Staging 3.7 Can Now Be Built For Android & More
Written by Michael Larabel in WINE on 29 April 2018 at 07:13 AM EDT. 5 Comments
WINE --
Following Friday's release of Wine 3.7, the developers maintaining the experimental Wine-Staging build today released their version 3.7 re-base.

Wine-Staging 3.7 re-bases its code against Wine 3.7 while adding over 900 patches on top. One of the new changes on the Wine-Staging side is allowing it to be built for Android. Wine-Staging 3.7 also now makes use of xdg-email when available for sending emails and also stubs out some more functions on the road to getting the Destiny 2 game running, among many other fixes spread over these hundreds of patches.

The updated Wine-Staging can be obtained via GitHub.
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