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.