Release Notes: Mostly just the usual updates, but also a couple of new verbs for the few people fiddling with window manager settings.
Release Notes: Many download URLs went inactive all at once. This release fixes the most commonly used ones, though the new URLs don't all provide the same version of the DLLs as the old URL.
Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed. The --noclean option was renamed to --no-clean for consistency. The script now knows how to launch a Web browser even on systems that lack xdg-open. New applications are supported: Borders Desktop, Amazon Kindle, Nook for PC, Opera 11, and Songbird. New games are supported: Command & Conquer Red Alert 3 Demo, Command and Conquer: Tiberian Sun, Crayon Physics Deluxe demo, Darkspore, Digitanks Demo, Myth II: Soulblighter demo, and Tropico 3 Demo.
Release Notes: This release adds new verbs: braid, braid_demo, cod5_waw deadspace, dotnet20sp2, dragonage_ue, mise, popfs, splitsecond, splitsecond_demo, and spore. It also adds a rudimentary GUI that prompts for a Steam username and password, cleans up the --help message, and improves Mac and BSD compatibility. A number of bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed. For example, KDE is supported, glsl is disabled and dsoundhw emulation works. The following verbs were added: d3dx11_42; xact: now also installs xapofx1_1.dll; xact_jun2010: newer version of xact; utorrent3; acreedbro - Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood; bttf101 - Back To The Future episode 1; cim_demo - Cities In Motion demo; crysis2 - Crysis 2; oblivion - The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion; trainztcc_2004 - Trainz (The Complete Collection), TRS 2004; and trine_steam, trine_demo_steam: Trine.
Release Notes: This version adds two games (CSI: Fatal Conspiracy Demo and Farming Simulator 2011 Demo) and a new version of mono (2.10). It also adds a help button, a button to unhide broken titles,and a scary warning on the dinput and directx9 verb menu items. It also fixes a number of bugs: in particular, corefonts should download properly again.
Release Notes: There are now separate menus for DLLs, fonts, apps, benchmarks, games, and settings. This release supports 68 games, including the recent Crysis 2 Demo. Apps are isolated into their own wineprefix. The GUI now shows which DLLs and apps are installed, and shows time and disk space requirements for most apps.
Release Notes: Many improvements were made. Support for running on Windows was improved. d3dx10, directx-beta, ddr=, mspaint, multisampling=, rtlm=, sound=disabled, usp10, vc2005hotfix, and vc2005load/vc2005save verbs were added.
Release Notes: The wininet verb didn't actually override wininet. A symlink vulnerability has been fixed.