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IntroductionThis is the fourteenth release of the Wine's kernel cousin publication. It's main goal is to distribute widely what's going on around Wine (the Un*x windows emulator).
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We looked at 41 posts in 135K.
There were 22 different contributors. 9 posted more than once. 9 posted last week too.
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1. Anonymous unions
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People: ,�Patrik StridvalPatrik Stridval forwarded to wine-devel some good news from the gcc development mailing list. The anonymous struct and unions patches have finally made their way into the main CVS tree, and are very likely to be available with next official gcc release. As already explained, this will greatly help porting existing Windows code with WineLib without having to change the code; Wine code will still use the named unions/structs for some time.
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People: Uwe Bonnes,�Ulrich Weigand,�Uwe Bonnes reported failure while running a program (
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