Wine 7.1 released

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  • wine

    Wine with a bit of extra spice (by ValveSoftware)

    Meanwhile, Valve has their own fork of Wine that they use, which is what Proton 7.0 will be based on. Proton Experimental has been based on Valve's "wine 6.3" for as long as Proton 6.3 has existed, yet we constantly see updates to it. Valve's wine and upstream wine are completely independent of one another in the context of this discussion (Valve works with upstream and upstreams patches and stuff, but this discussion is about releases and versions and whatnot, where they have no real relation to each other in the way you're acting).

  • yabridge

    A modern and transparent way to use Windows VST2, VST3 and CLAP plugins on Linux

  • SonarQube

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  • darling

    Darwin/macOS emulation layer for Linux

    The project you're looking for is called Darling. Unfortunately it is not nearly as complete as wine is but it is slowly making progress.

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