Age Your Wine In Minutes Not Years
The Ghost In The Machine
ewill at lexideb.athghost7038suus.net
Tue Oct 9 13:19:08 CDT 2001
In comp.emulators.ms-windows.wine, Daniel Franklin
<daniel at ieee.uow.edu.au>
on 9 Oct 2001 10:27:58 +1000
<slrn9s4h65.3o5.daniel at inductor.ieee.uow.edu.au>:
>> Let your favorite wine age in minutes...instead of years. My Personal
>> Sommelier; improves virtually any wine in less than 30 minutes. It will
>> bring out the maturity and subtlety that the vineyard intended.
>So after using this on my Linux box will Wine run all Windows XP
>applications flawlessly? Although to be fair, Wine has been
>maturing nicely this past year.
Indeed, and some of its apps behave quite tastily. :-)
(Side point: I'll be glad when VxDs vanish entirely from
code used in Windows application. Once that's no longer an issue,
Wine should be able to run just about anything
Windows-related. :-) At least on an x86 box. Presumably,
someone's doing work on running it on non-x86 boxes using
some sort of x86 emulator such as Bochs -- I can't say I've
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