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NVIDIA ships wine libraries to support native DirectX!

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Those two developers seem to make the community to get aware of their big plan. An excerpt of our logs:
Quote:

[...]
16:53 - Zan: We decided to invest more work and money in supporting Linux gaming in general.
16:53 - Zan: As this market ist growing fast we decided in constributing in wine.
[...]
16:55 - Zan: Our plans include shipping pre-compiled libraries to affect DirectX handling in wine.
16:56 - Rit: In other words: We would like to give you native support for the DirectX API, so that you can invest your time in other compatibility issues.
[...]

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