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Wine 9.9 brings more ARM and Wow64 improvements

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Wine 9.9 was released Friday as the latest development release for the Windows compatibility layer to run more apps and games on Linux.

Here's the highlights:

  • Support for new Wow64 mode in ODBC.
  • Improved CPU detection on ARM platforms.
  • Removal of a number of obsolete features in WineD3D.
  • Various bug fixes.

38 bugs were marked as solved too including issues for: Shadowgrounds Survivor, Crysis 2, Syberia (GOG), Dweebs and Dweebs 2, Assassin's Creed Unity, Cybernoid 2, Assassin's Creed Syndicate, Total War: Shogun 2, Moorhuhn Director's Cut, Final Fantasy XI Online, FlatOut 1, Fallout 3, Spelunky and more.

Pictured - Assassin's Creed Unity

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mrdeathjr May 20
​with this wine version appear new build dependency, libodbc

however in my case with xubuntu 24.04 dont show installed (libodbc and libodbc dev files stay installed)

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