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Old 03-04-2019, 05:58 AM   #11
David Else
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I think having which version of Wine being used would be a big upgrade to the information.

If downloading from the official repo for Ubuntu, Debian or Fedora https://wiki.winehq.org/Download then:

winehq-stable
winehq-devel
winehq-staging

are available with corresponding version numbers.

Other wise the users's distro will have it's own version and version number.

On Fedora there is an official Fedora one, but I prefer the stable one direct from the authors:
Quote:
dnf info winehq-stable

Installed Packages
Name : winehq-stable
Epoch : 1
Version : 4.0
Release : 6.1
Arch : x86_64
Size : 61 k
Source : wine-stable-4.0-6.1.src.rpm
Repo : @System
From repo : WineHQ
Summary : WINE Is Not An Emulator - runs MS Windows programs
URL : https://www.winehq.org/
License : LGPLv2+
Description : Wine is a program which allows running Microsoft Windows programs
: (including DOS, Windows 3.x and Win32 executables) on Unix.
:
: This compatibility package allows to use wine-stable64 system-wide as
: the default Wine version.
Voxengo Elephant and Valhalla Vintage verb are working great here on Fedora 29.

May I propose you add another column to your list with the heading of Wine Version and add, in my case for example:

winehq-stable 4.0, or wine-stable-4.0-6.1 if you want to get hardcore geek
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