Just before the weekend hits you in the face like a bad hangover when you realise it's Monday already, there's another bottle of Wine ready for you.
Of course, we're not talking about the tasty liquid! Put down the glass, it's the other kind of Wine. The one used to run your fancy Windows programs and games on Linux. Doing their usual thing, developer Alexandre Julliard announced that the Wine 4.0 Release Candidate 2 is officially out the door today.
While this release is nothing spectacular it is an important one, the more bugs they're able to tick off the list the better the 4.0 release will be for more people to use it.
With that said, there's no new features and only 11 bugs noted as sorted for this release candidate:
19184 File copying fails during installation of Mordor
23282 SpeQ: Wrong coded linefeed
25734 Magic: The Gathering Battlegrounds trial hangs upon startup
36430 valgrind shows a possible leak in shell32/tests/autocomplete.c
39736 Prototype 2 crashes
41992 total commander, copy dialog - Esc key not working
43178 Prototype regression
43676 Hitman(TM) requires session_set_option - option 84
44229 Visual C++ 1.51 can't add files to project (GetOpenFileName16() doesn't support custom templates or hooks)
46231 Button tests for ideal size fail on Arabic locale on Windows
46270 ReactOS explorer.exe can't delete objects (use-after free caused by incorrect free in STGMEDIUM_Release())
See the official release announcement here.