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Wine 5.19 Released and 11 New Games You Can Play With Proton

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  • Wine Announcement
    The Wine development release 5.19 is now available.
    What's new in this release (see below for details):
      - Wine Mono engine updated to 5.1.1, with WPF text formatting support.
      - KERNEL32 library converted to PE.
      - DSS cryptographic provider.
      - Windowing support in the new console host.
      - A number of exception handling fixes.
      - Various bug fixes.
    The source is available from the following locations:
    Binary packages for various distributions will be available from:
    You will find documentation on
    You can also get the current source directly from the git
    repository. Check for details.
    Wine is available thanks to the work of many people. See the file
    AUTHORS in the distribution for the complete list.
  • Wine 5.19 Released With A Variety Of Changes

    Wine 5.19 is out as the latest bi-weekly development release of this software for running Windows games/applications on Linux and other platforms.

  • 11 New Games You Can Play With Proton Since Sept. 2020

    These series are back after a short hiatus. Our friend bdefore had some kind of break over the summer and some of the ProtonDB dumps ended up a little delayed. This is now what we can see from the latest data which encompasses everything in September 2020.

Wine 5.19 Is Released With 27 Bug-Fixes

  • Wine 5.19 Is Released With 27 Bug-Fixes

    The latest Wine Is Not An Emulator Windows API re-implementation has game-specific fixes for a long list of games including Beach Life, The Sims Complete Collection, Risk II, Earth 2150, Need for Russia, World of Warcraft, Avencast: Rise of the Mage, Mahjong Titans, Resident Evil HD and Fallout New Vegas. The vast majority of the new code in this release was written by the Codeweavers corporation.

The compatibility layer Wine sees a 5.19 development release out

  • The compatibility layer Wine sees a 5.19 development release out now

    Continuing to chase Windows as a platform, the compatibility layer Wine has another development release available now with Wine 5.19.

    Need to know what Wine is? Here's a quick primer: it's a constantly improving compatibility layer that allows the running of Windows-only applications and games on Linux and other operating systems. It's one of the driving forces behind Steam Play Proton. Helping you to get whatever you need done on Linux, or perhaps so you don't have to give up that favourite game.

Wine-Staging 5.19

  • Wine-Staging 5.19 Adds Windows.Networking.Connectivity

    Following yesterday's release of Wine 5.19, the developers responsible for the Wine-Staging have issued their corresponding update for this codebase that adds 600+ patches currently undergoing testing.

    Wine-Staging 5.19 is a bit lighter in that a few patches were upstreamed but a number of patches were also updated to jive with the Wine 5.19 code-base. Adjustments to Wine-Staging were needed for NTDLL, XACTEngine, and other bits.

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