[Wine] Distribution for Cutting Edge Wine Testing
Dmitryi & Elf
sidhechapel at prodigy.net.mx
Tue Jun 3 17:32:05 CDT 2008
On Tue, 03 Jun 2008 17:28:40 -0500, Zac Brown <zac at zacbrown.org> wrote:
> I think I misunderstood your question. If you're worried about getting
> the latest snapshot/unstable release etc, then you're best bet is to
> play in git or building source releases as they're released.
It's more a matter of "dependency hell" in the stable Debian version.
Stable Debian dependency libs usually don't keep up with cutting-edge
devel releases like Wine. And yes, that'd require building Wine from
> IMHO, wine is a dish best served fresh. Improvements are made quickly in
> wine so distro's aren't able to keep up. I suppose if you want your
> distro to worry bout these things SourceMage or Gentoo might be the
> freshest? Don't quote me on that though.
> For what you're asking, you're better off just building releases as they
> come out by hand or just rebuilding a git checkout as you go.
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