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  •  14 Oct 2013 19:23
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    Release Notes: This release adds support for wine packages installed with PlayOnLinux, improves support for GameTree Linux, adds wine flavor and bottle information to --kill and --drykill, enables filtering of which process to --kill by --wine and/or --bottle, adds --cxg-installdir (to compliment --cxinstalldir), and adds other minor tweaks and fixes.

    •  21 Jul 2012 14:18
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      Release Notes: This release fixes use of --env/--tricks with cxoffice, fixes --wrap with vanilla wine, and fixes --tricks when combined with newer versions of winetricks.

      •  12 Mar 2012 21:44
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        Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that could cause wwine to fail to detect Crossover. wwine will now use cxgames as an alias for crossover if the former is not installed (like the documentation stated).

        •  09 Mar 2012 21:33
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          Release Notes: This release adds Crossover (11.x) support. It adds --env and --tricks for wrapping other scripts that use wine (allows use of winetricks with Crossover). It improves autogenerated wrapper scripts.

          •  22 Aug 2010 17:30
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            Release Notes: This release improves output from --wrap and --from. It fixes a problem that could cause --from to output the script to the wrong directory. Various minor bugfixes and improvements.

            •  13 Jun 2010 20:37
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              Release Notes: This release fixes an issue where --kill could kill the wrong process when /proc/<pid>/exe was not readable.

              •  14 Apr 2010 10:56
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                Release Notes: This is the initial release.

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