It's not quite the Wine o'clock news but it will do, Wine 4.11 is officially out. The Wine team continues progressing on and it's looking tasty.
Announcing the latest bottle being opened, Wine developer Alexandre Julliard has these new
flavours features listed:
- Updated version of the Mono engine, including Windows.Forms.
- More DLLs are built as PE files by default.
- Faster implementation of Slim Reader/Writer locks on Linux.
- Initial support for enumerating display devices.
grapes bugs squashed, they noted only 17 this time around which include issues solved with SWAT4, Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver, Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF), Max Payne 3 and more.
I'm sure I've said this many times, to the point of sounding like a parrot by now but I think the work the Wine team do is truly incredible. The amount they have to support is absolutely insane and they just keep going!
You can find the full release announcement here.
Also, if you missed it, Canonical is planning to drop 32bit support with Ubuntu 19.10 onwards which could pose some issues for Wine. Take a look if you missed it.