Wine release 20030219
sadam at CLEMSON.EDU
Thu Feb 20 13:43:04 CST 2003
I seem to recall Lionel Ulmer's name mentioned in a previous Wine Weekly
News. Heres the link to the news page I found
Matthew Toseland wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 19, 2003 at 06:59:56PM -0800, Alexandre Julliard wrote:
>>This is release 20030219 of Wine, a free implementation of Windows on
>>Unix. This is still a developers only release. There are many bugs
>>and unimplemented features. Most applications still do not work
>>Patches should be submitted to "wine-patches at winehq.com". Please don't
>>forget to include a ChangeLog entry.
>>WHAT'S NEW with Wine-20030219: (see ChangeLog for details)
>> - Better dead keys support.
>> - Many debugger fixes.
>> - More Direct3D work.
> Where is all this coming from? Transgaming?
>> - Lots of bug fixes.
>>See the README file in the distribution for installation instructions.
>>Because of lags created by using mirror, this message may reach you before
>>the release is available at the ftp sites. The sources will be available
>>from the following locations:
>>It should also be available from any other site that mirrors ibiblio.org.
>>These locations also hold pre-built documentation packages in various
>>formats: wine-doc-html.tar.gz, wine-doc-txt.tar.gz,
>>wine-doc-pdf.tar.gz and wine-doc-ps.tar.gz.
>>You can also get the current source directly from the CVS tree. Check
>>http://www.winehq.com/development/ for details.
>>If you submitted a patch, please check to make sure it has been
>>included in the new release.
>>If you want to receive by mail a patch against the previous release
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>>Wine is available thanks to the work of many people. See the file
>>AUTHORS in the distribution for the complete list.
>>julliard at winehq.com
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