Gentoo Packages /package/app-emulation/wine Gentoo Packages2 2014-10-20T20:28:28Z <div> <span class="cpvstr">app-emulation/wine</span>: <span class="description">Free implementation of Windows(tm) on Unix</span> </div> Richard Yao (ryao) 2014-10-05T13:17:36Z
*wine-1.7.28 (05 Oct 2014)
*wine-1.7.22 (05 Oct 2014)
05 Oct 2014; Richard Yao (ryao)
+files/wine-1.7.28-gstreamer-v4.patch, +wine-1.7.22.ebuild,
+wine-1.7.28.ebuild, metadata.xml:
Version bump, see for the announcement,
bug #518792, #516006 Version bump, see
for the announcement.I am updating app-emulation/wine after maintainer
timeout on bug #518792. It was trivial to do a bump to wine 1.7.22, so I am
taking the opportunity to provide both wine 1.7.22 and wine 1.7.28. The latter
of which is the latest. Newer versions require revised patch sets, so I have
opted to change our we apply patches by obtaining pulseaudio patches from the
compholio patchset, which includes them.Previously, we bundled the gstreamer
patch in our pulseaudio patch set, but the compholio patches do not include
it. In addition, Andreas Sturmlechner points out that there is a gstreamer v4
patch. It is a small enough patch that is a small enough patch that I have
opted to add it to the files directory. This should simplify ebuild
maintenance because bumps will not require updating external tarballs. If time
shows that this assumption is wrong, we can always move the patch to an
external tarball later.In addition, wine 1.7.25 (if I recall correctly)
introduced an optional dependency on libpcap. net-libs/libpcap is not multilib
capable and none of the app-emulation/emul-linux-x86-* packages appear to
include it. Adding USE=pcap requires making net-libs/libpcap multilib capable,
which is a task for which I do not have time. Since this should not block a
new wine ebuild, I have opted to add --without-pcap to the 1.7.28 ebuild.
Lastly, the wine 1.7.28 bump was initially written independently, but Andreas
Sturmlechner contributed his own changes in bug #518792 to provide a working
1.7.28 ebuild. Some of his changes were rather good, so I have adopted them in
the wine 1.7.28 bump to produce an ebuild better than what either of us had
created on our own.