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Wine Weekly News Issue 243

October 8, 2004

WWN Issue 243 was released today.

Wine Weekly News Issue 242

October 1, 2004

WWN Issue 242 was released today.

Wine Weekly News Issue 241

September 24, 2004

WWN Issue 241 was released today.

Wine Weekly News Issue 240

September 17, 2004

WWN Issue 240 was released today.

Wine 20040914 Released

September 15, 2004

A new CVS snapshot has been released. Alexandre noted the following changes:

  • Various improvements to the common controls.
  • New ITSS dll (for HTML Help support).
  • Many compatibility fixes in the exported headers.
  • Replacements for the Windows standard bitmap fonts.

Binary packages will be available shortly, but you can find the source release on SourceForge right now. Read more about this release, or just go download it.

Wine Weekly News Issue 239

September 10, 2004

WWN Issue 239 was released today.

Wine Weekly News Issue 238

September 3, 2004

WWN Issue 238 was released today.

Wine Weekly News Issue 237

August 27, 2004

WWN Issue 237 was released today.

Wine Weekly News Issue 236

August 20, 2004

WWN Issue 236 was released today.

Web Site Updates

August 18, 2004

A bunch of website updates have poured in over the past week. Tom Wickline updated the status pages, including the addition of builtin versions of atl.dll, d3dxof.dll, dbghelp.dll, and mlang.dll. Our janitorial projects received a bit of their own janitorial clean up courtesy of Dimi Paun. They also saw the addition of -Wsign-compare as a useful gcc warning to turn on (suggested by Mike McCormack.) Finally, over on the downloads page we've added Fedora Core 2 and White Box Enterprise Linux targets as part of the Red Hat packages maintained by Vincent Béron.

Wine 20040813 Released

August 15, 2004

Yes.. it's that time of the month again. What's new in this release:

  • New msiexec application.
  • Support for alpha blending.
  • More sound support improvements.
  • Various code cleanups.
  • Lots of bug fixes.

Read more about this release, or just go download it.

Wine Weekly News Issue 235

August 13, 2004

WWN Issue 235 was released today.

Wine Weekly News Issue 234

August 6, 2004

WWN Issue 234 was released today.

Wine Weekly News Issue 233

July 30, 2004

WWN Issue 233 was released today.

Wine Weekly News Issue 232

July 23, 2004

WWN Issue 232 was released today.

Wine 20040716 Released

July 20, 2004

What's new in this release:

  • Implementation of the Microsoft Installer dll.
  • Beginnings of proper inter-process window repaints.
  • Several DirectSound improvements.
  • Fixes for the regressions caused by the new filesystem support.
  • Lots of bug fixes.

Read more about this release, or just go download it.

Wine Weekly News Issue 231

July 16, 2004

WWN Issue 231 was released today.

Wine Weekly News Issue 230

July 9, 2004

WWN Issue 230 was released today.

Wine Weekly News Issue 229

July 1, 2004

WWN Issue 229 was released today.

Interview with Shachar Shemesh

June 29, 2004

This week Shachar Shemesh took some time to discuss internationalization efforts in Wine and how support for languages such as Hebrew and Arabic have improved.
read the interview...

Wine Weekly News Issue 228

June 25, 2004

WWN Issue 228 was released today.

Wine Weekly News Issue 227

June 18, 2004

WWN Issue 227 was released today.

CodeWeavers' CrossOver Office Update

June 17, 2004

CodeWeavers announced a minor bugfix release to CrossOver Office, version 3.0.1. It's primarily aimed at Fedora Core 2 users, though there are small changes for everyone else.

Wine 20040615 Released

June 15, 2004

What's new in this release:

  • Major winedbg rewrite using the dbghelp dll.
  • New Wine preloader to reserve memory areas at startup.
  • Many improvements to the audio support.
  • Lots of bug fixes.

Read more about this release, or just go download it.

Interview with Lionel Ulmer

June 15, 2004

Over the past year and half Wine's DirectX support has improved immensely. Lionel Ulmer is one of the driving forces behind that effort and this week we took a moment to talk with him about it.

read the interview...

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