Hey, got any…grapes? Another development release for the compatibility layer Wine is out today, following their regular release cycle we have Wine 5.3.
Here's the highlights:
- More work towards Ucrtbase runtime support.
- Full support for Unicode normalization.
- Improvements in Shell Folders handling.
29 bugs were also found to be solved as of this release, some being older bugs fixed in previous versions of Wine that have now been checked off the list. These fixed bugs include less issues for: Far Cry 5, Gothic II: Night of the Raven, a fix for multiple installers crashing, Detroit: Become Human, Warhammer Online, Age of empires III and the list goes on.
The Wine project sure is coming along, amazing work from all the contributors making Linux as useful as possible for people of all types for all sorts of usage from games to applications.
See the full release announcement here.