Wine 1.3.4 Brings ARM Support

Oct 04, 2010

Update addresses more than 50 bugs.


The Wine Project team have announced Wine 1.3.4 and this update comes complete with more than the usual bug fixes, including Winlib support for ARM architecture. 1.3.4 also includes a taskkill.exe application to make shutting down unresponsive programs easier.


SSL support has been improved in this version, as has the Inetcpl control panel. Support for the AcceptEx function, which is a Windows socket extension that according to Microsoft's description, "accepts a new connection, returns the local and remote addresses and receives the first block of data sent by the client application."


Additional information including a full list of bugs and download links can be found at

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