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Wine 3.19 is out with improved 32bit .NET on 64bit and plenty of fixes

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Grab a glass and get ready to pour another as the Wine 3.19 development release has been officially released.

Coming in hot for the 3.19 release are these highlights:

  • Support for file I/O completion modes.
  • WaitOnAddress synchronization primitives.
  • Better support for 32-bit .NET binaries on 64-bit.
  • Improved recovery on broken RPC connection.

As always, there's a plethora of bugs that have been solved as well, with 31 noted as fixed as of this release. The usual note applies: Not all bugs were fixed in this specific release, some were found from earlier releases and only just now marked as solved with some re-testing.

They noted fixes for the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Call Of Prypyat DX11 benchmark, Project CARS 2 should no longer hang on startup, Assassin's Creed got a fix for freezing when looking around along with other various fixes for games and applications.

Additionally, Wine 3.19 was updated against Vulkan 1.1.88.

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mrdeathjr 26 October 2018 at 7:49 pm UTC
In this wine version fix some issues case assasins creed mouse bug

Castlevania Lords of Shadow 1

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Shmerl 26 October 2018 at 8:01 pm UTC
QuoteAdditionally, Wine 3.19 was updated against Vulkan 1.1.88.

So it means you don't need to build Wine with patches now to enable VK_EXT_transform_feedback to use with dxvk in games like The Witcher 3. The last remaining milestone for it now is Mesa landing transform feedback patches.
Ehvis 26 October 2018 at 8:06 pm UTC
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ShmerlThe last remaining milestone for it now is Mesa landing transform feedback patches.

And for a wealthy few, inclusion in the 410 drivers.
mrdeathjr 26 October 2018 at 11:40 pm UTC
Steam show crashes in my machine, since wine 3.18 steam showing some errors with login but with wine 3.19 appears more

If any helps with wine 3.17 steam login works normally in my case

jens 27 October 2018 at 11:27 am UTC
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Ehvis
ShmerlThe last remaining milestone for it now is Mesa landing transform feedback patches.

And for a wealthy few, inclusion in the 410 drivers.

I would guess that those* few, including me, have to wait for a new short-term drivers version to appear. The 410 driver is a long term driver replacing the 390 series. I don't think that this (410) version will receive such a big feature update. But you never know ;)

* should it be "these" instead of "those" in proper English?
Jaromir 27 October 2018 at 3:50 pm UTC
I have a RUMBLEPAD 2 and it always worked out-of-the-box with the old wine-staging and also with this pre-patched version of Wine 3.18 with the Vulkan transform feedback extension.

But I installed Wine 3.19-1 today and the RUMBLEPAD 2 doesn't work anymore in TW3.

Also, when I do: "WINEPREFIX=~/.wine winecfg" the Wine configuration menu appears but when I go to information it is showing version 3.18 ? And "wine --version" also says that the version is 3.18 ?

This is after I did "sudo pacman -S wine" with the information that it should install version 3.19-1:

attenzione: wine-3.19-1 è aggiornato ma sarà reinstallato
risoluzione delle dipendenze in corso...
ricerca dei pacchetti in conflitto in corso...

Pacchetti (1) wine-3.19-1

Dimensione totale dei pacchetti da installare: 451,82 MiB
Dimensione netta dell'aggiornamento: 0,00 MiB

Edit: I resolved the issue with the RUMBLEPAD 2 by installing wine-staging 3.19-1 instead of wine-3.19-1

Maybe it's a specific feature of wine-staging that this gamepad can work out-of-the-box.


Last edited by Jaromir at 28 October 2018 at 1:28 pm UTC
s8as8a 27 October 2018 at 4:15 pm UTC
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Ehvis
ShmerlThe last remaining milestone for it now is Mesa landing transform feedback patches.
* should it be "these" instead of "those" in proper English?
I think it's "this" --> "singular nearby thing", "these" --> "plural nearby things", "that" --> "singular distant thing", "those" --> "plural distant things".

Possibly-helpful Examples:
1) This book, over here, seems good.
2) These books, over here, seem good.
3) That book, over there, seems good.
4) Those books, over there, seem good.

Edit:
What you said would probably be better stated as "The few of us [...]".


Last edited by s8as8a at 27 October 2018 at 4:17 pm UTC
jens 27 October 2018 at 6:39 pm UTC
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Guest"These" if you are including yourself...


...I think.

s8as8aI think it's "this" --> "singular nearby thing", "these" --> "plural nearby things", "that" --> "singular distant thing", "those" --> "plural distant things".

Possibly-helpful Examples:
1) This book, over here, seems good.
2) These books, over here, seem good.
3) That book, over there, seems good.
4) Those books, over there, seem good.

Edit:
What you said would probably be better stated as "The few of us [...]".

Thanks a lot!


Last edited by jens at 27 October 2018 at 7:27 pm UTC
Xaero_Vincent 27 October 2018 at 7:21 pm UTC
I cannot log into Windows Steam with vanilla Wine 3.18 nor 3.19. Staging works, though.

Can anyone else confirm that Windows Steam is broken in the latest vanilla Wine?
s8as8a 27 October 2018 at 7:51 pm UTC
QuoteThanks a lot!
There's also "those of us" ~= "those among us", which you may have (also) been thinking about.

Example:
"Those of us who use GNU/Linux have a higher-than-normal tendency to care about software freedom." One would never use the word "these" (as in "these of us") in such a context, at least to my knowledge!

Having said that, you're welcome.


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