Wine 1.7.35 has been released and this comes various bug fixes including support for OpenGL core contexts, initial support for glyph placement in DirectWrite and some more WBEM objects. Wine (Wine Is Not An Emulator) as we already know is a software for running Windows applications on Linux machines. Wine 1.7.35 update Multiplayer crashes Heroes 4 Screen corruption in Evernote 1.1 3DMark 2001: Nature Test (#4) renders incorrectly around 40th second ProntoEdit NG 2.
Wine 1.7.27 development version has been released and this release includes some more work on Direct2D support, various improvements to RichEdit interfaces, initial support for ICMP version 6, and various bug fixes. Some of the bug fixes are listed out below: Wine 1.7.27 update Thunder:Can’t finish any task SC2 ‘LazyLaunch’ v2.0 fails with ‘Exception frame is not in stack limits = unable to dispatch exception.’ (TLS callbacks can taint EBP, needs assembly wrapper) AT4RE FastScanner v3.
Wine 1.7.26 has been released and it comes with about 48 bug fixes including new features and improvement. This includes more DirectWrite functions, Improvements to the common File Dialog, a number of C runtime improvements, and vrious bug fixes. Wine 1.7.26 Bug Fixes TomTom Home can not detect TomTom devices MPQEdit 2.x crashes on startup if World of Warcraft ‘wow.exe’ process is already running Incomedia Website X5: impossible to select the main window Kudos generates an access violation when trying to run SetParent doesn’t behave properly UnrealED 2: Cannot manipulate the viewports in any way Call of Atlantis : does not start after click “Play Game” button MetaTrader 4 ‘MetaEditor’ tool has icon transparency problems Final Fantasy XIV: Live Client Launch Fails Aeria Games ‘Grand Fantasia’ crashes on startup War Leaders: Clash of Nations corrupts graphics Baldur’s Gate II: SoA v23037 and ToB v26498 crashes during character creation high processor usage of Reaper Depth Hunter: pictures missing from photo album without native d3dx9_36 Topo4 by National Geographic no longer loads click herefor more changes Install Wine 1.
Wine is a compatibility layer application capable of running Windows applications on several operating systems, such as Linux, Mac OSX, & BSD. Instead of simulating internal Windows logic like a virtual machine or emulator, Wine translates Windows API calls into POSIX calls on-the-fly, eliminating the performance and memory penalties of other methods and allowing you to cleanly integrate Windows applications into your desktop The latest release Wine 1.7.22 comes with a number of new features and bug fixes: Support for Unicode bracketing pairs.