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The Wine Development Release 1.7.35 Is Now Available

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Wine development team was able to produce a new experimental release today. 1.7.35 bringing many new features and as many as 56 bugfixes.

A new issue of World Wine News is also available: #383

The few most interesting features introduced in this release:
  • Beginnings of support for OpenGL core contexts.
  • Initial support for glyph placement in DirectWrite.
  • Some more WBEM objects.
  • Various bug fixes.


To learn more about this release pleas visit this announcement.

The source code for this release is available here:
http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/wine/wine-1.7.35.tar.bz2
http://mirrors.ibiblio.org/wine/source/1.7/wine-1.7.35.tar.bz2

To get the most recent changes, a git repository is a good starting point.

Binary packages should be available for a download as soon as the build process is finished.

Check out Page 2 for the list of fixed bugs! Article taken from GamingOnLinux.com.
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mrdeathjr 23 January 2015 at 10:36 pm UTC
This wine version appears solve in part downloads in origin

31438 [EA Origin]Unable to download game since the new version

View video on youtube.com

However eaproxy.exe problem at installing moment still remains

In other commit added stay this

Mark Harmstone (4):
winealsa: Do not destroy remapping info on IsFormatSupported.
dsound: Degrade speaker config if too many channels.
dsound: Pretend we have hardware buffers.

View video on youtube.com

But in total overdose some sound dont sound too far but not sound normally like as diesel sound

throgh 23 January 2015 at 11:33 pm UTC
No offense but why using this proprietary DRM-platform?
throgh 23 January 2015 at 11:36 pm UTC
What? Did I really read correct? They fixed the bug for SpellForce (link)? So I can install and use the game with no errors? Yeah, that's kind of good news. I LOVE WINE!
sobkas 23 January 2015 at 11:36 pm UTC
Because mass effect 3?
mrdeathjr 23 January 2015 at 11:37 pm UTC
throghNo offense but why using this proprietary DRM-platform?

Easily for games, in this case EA games (EA dont have any interest in drm free games)

Other companies repeat this case like Ubisoft (Another company dont have any interest in support drm free games, especially in games with online functions)

Resuming many people use DRM propietary plataform because this companies dont have any interest in DRM free scheme

throgh 23 January 2015 at 11:40 pm UTC
@sobkas: Hrmpf, good answer at all. But for me I don't want to give EA any data, even if this is only some kind of email-address and username at all. So I'm foregoing "Mass Effect 3" and any other game with Origin in general.
throgh 23 January 2015 at 11:46 pm UTC
mrdeathjrEasily for games, in this case EA games (EA dont have any interest in drm free games)

That is the problem with this company! Some games are really nice but it seems better for EA to strifle trade with second hand games and licenses on this way. They even abused customers on thievery in the past years and that was the point for me never to use their newer games. The last one was Dead Space 2, which is working very well on wine.

mrdeathjrOther companies repeat this case like Ubisoft (Another company dont have any interest in support drm free games)



Also a company forgetting about the loyal customers. Both done so wonderful games in the past and even got wonderful names like System Shock or Beyond Good & Evil.
throgh 23 January 2015 at 11:48 pm UTC
@mrdeathjr: Just to mention also ... I like your videos and tipps.
mrdeathjr 23 January 2015 at 11:54 pm UTC
throgh
mrdeathjrEasily for games, in this case EA games (EA dont have any interest in drm free games)

That is the problem with this company! Some games are really nice but it seems better for EA to strifle trade with second hand games and licenses on this way. They even abused customers on thievery in the past years and that was the point for me never to use their newer games. The last one was Dead Space 2, which is working very well on wine.

mrdeathjrOther companies repeat this case like Ubisoft (Another company dont have any interest in support drm free games)



Also a company forgetting about the loyal customers. Both done so wonderful games in the past and even got wonderful names like System Shock or Beyond Good & Evil.

For disgrace this type of companies dont care anything users opinion (if stay in linux in minor way because linux users like us represent only a tiny minority compared to windows users*)

Yes Dead Space 2 runs good in Wine

tamulionis 24 January 2015 at 12:42 pm UTC
If only I could install it alongside AMD drivers, without workarounds
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