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Wine 4.0 Released

The Wine development release 4.0 is now available.
 
https://www.winehq.org/announce/4.0 
 
This release represents a year of development effort and over 6,000 individual changes. It contains a large number of improvements that are listed in the release notes below. The main highlights are: - Vulkan support. - Direct3D 12 support. - Game controllers support. - High-DPI support on Android. 
 
The source is available from the following locations:
http://dl.winehq.org/wine/source/4.0/wine-4.0.tar.xz http://mirrors.ibiblio.org/wine/source/4.0/wine-4.0.tar.xz 
 
Binary packages for various distributions will be available from:
http://www.winehq.org/download 
 
You will find documentation on
http://www.winehq.org/documentation 
 
You can also get the current source directly from the git repository.
Check
http://www.winehq.org/git for details. 
 
Wine is available thanks to the work of many people.
See the file AUTHORS in the distribution for the complete list.
 
What's new in Wine 4.0

*** Direct3D
- Initial support for Direct3D 12 is implemented. Direct3D 12 support requires the vkd3d library, and a Vulkan-capable graphics card. - The Multi-Threaded Command Stream feature is enabled by default. - OpenGL core contexts are always used by default when available. In the previous release, these were already used by default for Direct3D 10 and 11 applications on AMD and Intel graphics cards. That has been extended to all graphics cards, and all versions of Direct3D before 12. - Among others, the following notable Direct3D 10 and 11 features are implemented: - Multi-sample textures and views, as well as multi-sample resolves. - Per-sample fragment shading. - Support for 1D textures. - Draws without render target views or depth/stencil views. - Multiple viewports and scissor rectangles per draw. - Depth clipping control. - Depth bias clamping. - Stream output without geometry shaders. - Several more capability queries. - Several more resource formats. - The "depth bias clamping" feature mentioned above requires the ARB_polygon_offset_clamp/EXT_polygon_offset_clamp OpenGL extension. All Direct3D 10+ capable hardware should be able to support that extension, but it has come to our attention that some NVIDIA "Legacy Drivers" do not. We encourage affected users to explore whether the Free Software Nouveau drivers meet their needs. - Several Direct3D 11 interfaces have been updated to version 11.2, and several DXGI interfaces have been update to version 1.6. This allows applications requiring those newer interfaces to start working. - The first steps towards more fine-grained locking in the Direct3D implementation have been taken. This will be an ongoing effort to take better advantage of modern high core count CPUs. - Support for using the correct swap interval is implemented, for both DXGI and DirectDraw applications. - Application-configurable frame latency is implemented for Direct3D 9Ex and DXGI applications. - S3TC-compressed 3D textures are supported. S3TC-compressed 2D textures were already supported, provided the OpenGL drivers supported them. - When the ARB_query_buffer_object OpenGL extension is available, query results can be polled with lower latency, resulting in a modest performance improvement in specific cases. - Validation of Direct3D 8 and 9 resource pool and usage restrictions, as well as blit restrictions, has been improved. - The Direct3D graphics card database recognizes more graphics cards. - New HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Direct3D registry keys: - "MultisampleTextures" (REG_DWORD) Enable (0x1, default) or disable (0x0) support for multi-sample textures. - "Renderer" (REG_SZ) The backend API to target. Possible values are "gl" (default) for OpenGL and "gdi" for GDI. - Deprecated HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Direct3D registry key: - "DirectDrawRenderer" This has been superseded by the "Renderer" setting above. - Removed HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Direct3D registry key: - "StrictDrawOrdering" This feature was previously deprecated in favor of the multi-threaded command stream feature, and has been completely removed. 
 
*** Graphics - A complete Vulkan driver is implemented, using the host Vulkan libraries under X11, or MoltenVK on macOS. - A builtin vulkan-1 loader is provided as an alternative to the SDK loader. - Icons in PNG format are supported, enabling loading high-resolution 256x256 icons. - The standard icons include a 256x256 version to take advantage of the PNG support. - Many Direct2D interfaces have been updated to version 1.2. - New HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Direct2D registry key: - "max_version_factory" (REG_DWORD) Limit the interface version of the ID2D1Factory interface to the specified version. 0x0 for ID2D1Factory, 0x1 for ID2D1Factory1, etc. By default there is no limit. - Using an ARGB visual as default X11 visual is supported. - The old 16-bit DIB.DRV driver is implemented using the DIB engine. - Polygon drawing in the DIB engine is much faster for large polygons. - A0, A1 and A2 paper sizes are supported for generic printers. - Arrows are supported in GdiPlus. 
 
*** Kernel - Support for running DOS binaries under Wine is removed. When execution of a DOS binary is requested, an external DOSBox instance is launched. This doesn't apply to Win16 binaries, which are still supported internally. - All the CPU control and debug registers can be accessed by kernel drivers, including on 64-bit. - Events, semaphores, mutexes and timers are implemented in kernel mode for device drivers. - The WaitOnAddress synchronization primitives are supported. - Reported processor information correctly distinguishes logical and physical CPU cores to support hyper-threading. - Detailed BIOS information can be queried on Linux platforms. - The various debugger APIs support manipulating a 32-bit Wow64 process from a 64-bit process context. - Application settings, compatibility information and execution levels are recognized in application manifests. - The various file I/O completion modes are implemented. - Debug registers are supported on NetBSD. 
 
*** User interface - The infrastructure for setting DPI awareness and scaling of non DPI-aware applications is implemented. However, actual scaling of window contents is only supported on Android at this point. Scaling is disabled by default and can be enabled by setting the "DpiScalingVer" value under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop. - Window class redirection is supported, enabling support of Common Controls version 6 features for standard USER controls like buttons. - The standard USER controls Button, Listbox, Combobox, Edit and Static support version 6 features, including theming. - The standard Task Dialog is implemented, including support for icons, hyperlinks, progress bars, and various other UI elements. - Cue banners are supported in version 6 of the Edit control. 
 
*** Desktop integration - Exporting MIME-type file associations to the native desktop can be disabled with a checkbox under the Desktop Integration tab in winecfg. It can be configured programmatically by setting the "Enable" value under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\FileOpenAssociations. - The File Dialog can display file properties like size, times and attributes. - The File Dialog optionally shows the Places toolbar on the left-hand side. - The shell folder Public is used instead of AllUsersProfile to follow the behavior of recent Windows versions. - The shell File Browser supports keyboard shortcuts to rename (F2 key) and delete (Delete key) shell folders. - Many standard icons are added to the Shell library. - Shell Autocompletion is supported. - In desktop mode the taskbar won't be displayed on top of fullscreen windows. - Additional names are provided for standard cursors to better match existing X11 cursor themes. 
 
*** Input devices - HID game controllers are supported in the XInput and Raw Input APIs. - An SDL driver is implemented to make SDL game controllers available through the HID interface. 
 
*** Internet and networking - JScript has an EcmaScript compliant mode, which supports a number of features not available in legacy mode. - JavaScript property accessors are supported. - HTML style object is rewritten to support standard-compliant mode. - HTML documents respect X-UA-Compatible HTTP header, allowing web pages to request specific compatibility mode. The HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\MSHTML\CompatMode key may be used to override the requested mode. - MSHTML supports non-HTML elements, allowing limited SVG support. - A number of new HTML APIs are supported. - The proxy server can be configured through the Internet Control Panel applet. - Stream I/O is implemented in WebServices. - The Web Services on Devices API (WSDAPI) is implemented, including sending and receiving the various message types. - More system information is reported through WBEM, including CPU, BIOS, video controller, and network adapter properties. 
 
*** Cryptography - Asymmetric encryption keys, as well as RSA and ECDSA signature verification are supported. - The GCM and ECB encryption chaining modes are supported. - Optimal Asymmetric Encryption Padding (OAEP) is supported in RSA encryption. - A Kerberos security provider is implemented, supporting Kerberos authentication. - A selection dialog for public key certificates is implemented. - If available, GnuTLS is used on macOS in preference to the CommonCrypto framework. 
 
*** Text and fonts - Character tables are based on version 11.0.0 of the Unicode Standard. - The new subpixel font rendering of FreeType >= 2.8.1 is supported. - When a font face is missing, FontConfig is queried to provide possible substitutions. - The font selected in the console emulator properly scales with the display DPI. - Memory font resources are supported in DirectWrite. - The builtin Wingdings font contains clock images. 
 
*** Audio - The Windows Media Player interfaces are implemented and support media playback. - An MP3 decoder is provided as DirectX Media Object. 
 
*** macOS - The preloader is implemented on macOS, for better address space layout compatibility. - The Command key can be mapped to Ctrl, by setting the "LeftCommandIsCtrl" or "RightCommandIsCtrl" values under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Mac Driver. - The App Nap energy-saving feature is disabled by default in GUI processes. It can be re-enabled by setting the "EnableAppNap" value under HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Wine\Mac Driver. 
 
*** Android - Setting the mouse cursor is supported using the APIs available in Android >= 7. - The new version of the Android graphics buffer allocator API is supported, to enable graphics support on Android >= 8. - Android x86-64 platforms are supported also in 64-bit mode, however WoW64 mode is not supported yet in the WineHQ packages. 
 
*** ARM platforms - Stubless COM proxies are implemented on ARM. - The Windows calling convention for variadic functions is supported on ARM64. - Exception handling and debugging is better supported on ARM64 platforms. - The MinGW toolchain is supported for cross-compilation to ARM64. 
 
*** Built-in applications - The Ping program provides actual pinging functionality using IcmpSendEcho. - The SchTasks task scheduler program can create and delete tasks. - The RegEdit registry editor has an improved hex editor for binary values. - FOR loops are properly handled in the Command Interpreter. - The XCopy program supports the /k (keep attributes) option. 
 
*** Internationalization - The Japanese 106 keyboard is properly supported. - Translation of timezone names is supported. - There is a partial translation to the Sinhala language. - More locales are supported in the Resource Compiler (wrc) and Message Compiler (wmc). 
 
*** Development tools - winedbg supports debugging WoW64 processes. - In gdb proxy mode, winedbg supports a --port option to specify the port used to connect to gdb. - winegcc uses better heuristics for finding the appropriate lib directory for 32/64-bit cross-compiles. - winegcc supports building native subsystem libraries. - winegcc also looks for includes in the top-level include directory of the installation prefix. - winebuild supports a -mfpu option for specifying the FPU architecture on ARM platforms. - winedump supports dumping SLTG-format typelibs. 
 
*** IDL compiler - Application Configuration Files (ACF) are supported. - Asynchronous interfaces are supported. - Type and method serialization using encode/decode attributes is supported. - The defaultvalue() attribute is supported for pointer types. - Generated files are always specific to the target platform. The target can be specified the same way as with the other tools, using the cpu-manufacturer-os platform specification. - Nesting of pointers and arrays works correctly. - Correct size and alignment are generated for encapsulated unions. - The __int32 type is supported. - The -robust command line option is recognized (but ignored) for compatibility with the Microsoft IDL compiler. - Multiple typelibs can be generated into a single resource file. 
 
*** .NET - 32-bit CIL-only .NET binaries are supported on 64-bit. - The Mono engine is updated to version 4.7.5 with some upstream Mono fixes. 
 
*** RPC/COM - The typelib marshaller is reimplemented. It generates format strings and then uses the standard NDR marshalling routines; this way it also works on 64-bit and ARM platforms. 
 
*** Installers - MSI custom actions run in a separate process, enabling proper support for mixed 32/64-bit installers. - Deferred installation actions are supported in MSI. 
 
*** Build infrastructure - The test framework supports building helper dlls inside a test, to allow testing features that require loading an external library. - The test framework supports testing Windows kernel drivers. - It is possible to build and run a WoW64 tree from inside the Wine source directory. Previously an out-of-tree build was required. - A .editorconfig file is provided with the recommended indentation parameters. 
 
*** Miscellaneous - The Task Scheduler service and APIs are implemented. - The Windows Management Instrumentation service is implemented. - The OPC Services (Open Packaging Conventions, used for Microsoft Office XML files) library is implemented. - The HKEY_PERFORMANCE_DATA magic registry key is partially implemented. 
 
*** New external dependencies - The Vulkan library is used to implement the Vulkan graphics driver. - The Vkd3d library is used to implement Direct3D 12 on top of Vulkan. - The SDL library is used to support game controllers. - The GSSAPI library is used to implement Kerberos authentication. 
 
Alexandre Julliard [email protected]
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[Dev][Beta] PixelRelay - A powerful instant upload app for your photos.

Hello android!
My name is Jay and I would like to present my first Android app, PixelRelay. I've put in a great deal of effort to bring PixelRelay to where it is today and I hope you like it.
PixelRelay is now in open beta, please feel free to join the Google+ Community
Now, onto what PixelRelay is and what it provides.
PixelRelay is a powerful way for you to automatically upload your photos to any website that supports it. Meaning you have complete control over every aspect of what happens server side.
API
PixelRelay uses simple web-standards based APIs allow you to control where and when photos are uploaded, who can see the photos and what kind of post processing happens server side.
The following variables are sent POST to the API endpoint.
Server
Server-side code is all 100% opensource and freely available on github for anyone to download, modify and customize. See https://github.com/jayrox/PixelRelay for details.
Right now, the server side code is intentionally very basic and written in PHP to allow for the most widely available server support. As well as, hopefully, ease of understanding as to what it is doing. You could even use it to build your own scripts to work into your existing websites.
I am working on an advanced version of the server code that will allow for plugins and even more control and customization.
Localization
If you would like to see your language translations please see: https://github.com/jayrox/pixelrelay_localizations/ for details.
Plugin Support
TaskeLocale integration allows events to enable or disable auto-uploads as well as the name of the photo album for even more fine tuned control. This feature is disabled by default but can be easily enabled in settings.
DashClock integration allows you to see your current upload status right from the lockscreen on Android 4.2.2 devices.
Variable support for Album name:
%DATE - provides a variable substitution for the current date.
examples:
%DATE by itself will use "yyyy-MM-dd" formating. This will be replaced with 2013-08-17 at the time of upload.
This behavior can be modified by including an optional format string. for example: %DATE(yyyy-dd-MM) would be replaced with 2013-17-08
Additional info / Contact:
For more information you can visit pixelrelay.com
If you are interested in trying PixelRelay out, please send me a PM for an invite to the Google+ Community or send an email to [email protected]
Per request, I've created a form that you can use to sign up
Updates: 1.0.173 * Cleaned menu * Added the ability to scan a QR Code for host, album and private key
1.0.168 * Tasker support for private key, useful for albums that have unique private keys
1.0.167 * Fixed possible force-close on upload complete. * Added an About menu to provide some additional info (stolen from RadioReddit, thanks Bryan)
1.0.159 * Fixed verbiage on share intent to better describe that a photo has been shared and is ready to upload instead of saying it was uploaded. Thanks ollien
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[ELI5] Wallet Keys and how they work

Apologies if this ELI5 is more an ELI25... I wrote it in response to a request and had been planning to edit it before Reddit imploded earlier on. I'm not likely to have time to really deal with it, so here 'tis, warts and all.
Dogecoins appear to live in wallet clients, such as QT or Multidoge, Online wallets, or Paper wallets. This is not so.

In actual fact, all Dogecoins exist only in the blockchain, as UTXOs (Unspent Transaction Outputs).

A UTXO is the endpoint in a chain of transactions stretching back from the current UTXO through every spent transaction to the block in which the coins were generated as a mining reward. When a UTXO is spent, it becomes a Spent Transaction Output, and cannot be included in future transactions. It is therefore impossible to double-spend coins, as each output can only be used as an input once in the entire blockchain.
Transactions contain Inputs and Outputs. At least one of each, and each Input is the Output of a previous transaction. The value of Outputs cannot exceed Inputs (newly minted coins are a special case), but if Inputs exceed Outputs, the difference can be claimed as a transaction fee by the miner creating the block. For Dogecoin, mining fees of 1 Doge per 1k of data in a transaction are normally added. 1k is approximately six inputs.
UTXOs are grouped to provide the current balance of a wallet. Each UTXO must be spent in its entirety when it becomes an Input to a transaction. If the value being sent is less than the amount spent, the difference must be sent to a change address, or lost to a miner.

Wallets are just numbers.

Wallets are 256-bit binary numbers, with identifiers and checksums added. They can be wriiten in any form, such as Base-2 (Binary), Base-10 (Decimal), (Base-16) (Hex), Base-64 (MIME), or any other encoding desired. Because Base-64 comprises A-Z, a-z, 0-9 and two special characters + and /, there is the oppoprtunity for confusion or fraud because of the similarity of some characters.
Base-58 is normally used to encode wallet addresses. In Base-58, the characters 0,O,I,l,+,/ have been omitted.
The 256-bit number, with the added identifier and checksum, becomes a wallet’s private key. Then, with a little bit of mathemagics™, a public key is calculated from it. These two addresses, Private and Public, are what we know as a wallet.

A wallet is a Private/Public key pair.

It can be stored in any form we wish. In a wallet client, in an online service, on a piece of paper or other material, as a string of characters in a file of any desired type, chiselled into a rock, photographed, or even memorised. The form makes no difference at all to storing or receiving coins. Wallet keys can be generated by paper wallet generators, which should always be run while offline for safety.
However, when it comes to spending coins, the different forms start to show their advantages/disadvantages.
To spend Dogecoins, a transaction must be constructed, with the source UTXOs as inputs and a destination(s) as output(s). This transaction must be signed using the private key and more mathemagics, and the resulting signed transaction submitted to the network for inclusion in the next available block.
FULL Wallet Clients EG: QT/Core
Full clients are programs which contain everything needed to generate keys, sign transactions, and submit them to the network. They maintain their own copy of the blockchain, and offer full control of every aspect of managing wallets and coins.
However, because they contain private keys, and are connected to the internet, they pose a security risk. They may offer the option to encrypt wallets, but this is not 100% safe. Encryption passphrases may be lost or compromised, or keys may be read from memory while in use. And even with backups, hardware failures may lose all access to private keys.
LITE Wallet Clients EG: Multidoge, Android/iOS
Lite clients perform most of the functions of Full clients, but differ mainly by not maintaining a full blockchain copy. they also may lack or restrict certain features, such as the ability to import/export private keys.
Because there is no complete blockchain to refer to, Lite clients must search the blockchain online for tranasctions referencing the wallets they contain. The main problem with this is that they are not very good at handling large numbers of UTXOs. Depending on the client, as few as 50 UTXOs in a wallet may be enough to crash or lock up the client and effectively make the coins unspendable. If there is also no way to extract private keys, this could be a fatal flaw.
ONLINE Services EG: Dogetipbot, Exchanges
Online services run their own wallet software, typically in conjunction with private blockchains, and present their own sets of advantages and disadvantages.
’PAPER’ Wallets EG: Actual paper, metal, electronic, etc
Paper wallets are the simplest form there is. At the most basic, just the private and public keys recorded in some human-readable form. The can be cells in a spreadsheet, lines in a text file, printed on paper, engraved onto glass, etched into metal, burnt into wood, chiselled into a rock, painted on a wall, or any other form that can be imagined. They can be photographed, hidden in source code comments, encoded into images, microfilmed, etc.
Paper wallets are typically used for cold storage, because they are not online, and cannot be remotely compromised. To be used, one must have physical access to them.
Because there is no software involved, paper wallets cannot generate transactions, sign them or submit them to the network.
In order to spend coins from a paper wallet, one of two approaches must be used:
‘Sweeping’ typically involves sending the total balance of a wallet to an address, leaving it empty. However a provider may allow multiple recipients, and partial spending by sending the change back to the same or a different wallet. http://redeempaper.com does both of these things.
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[Beta] PixelRelay - A powerful instant upload app for your photos.

Hello androidapps!
My name is Jay and this is my first app. I've put in a great deal of effort to bring PixelRelay to where it is today and I hope you like it.
Initially, PixelRelay will be in private but open beta. Meaning, the community is private but I'm pretty much willing to invite anyone who shows interest.
Now, onto what PixelRelay is and what it provides.
PixelRelay is a powerful way for you to automatically upload your photos to any website that supports it. Meaning you have complete control over every aspect of what happens server side.
API
PixelRelay uses simple web-standards based APIs allow you to control where and when photos are uploaded and who can see them. The following variables are sent POST to the API endpoint.
Server
Server-side code is all 100% opensource and freely available on github for anyone to download, modify and customize. See https://github.com/jayrox/PixelRelay for details.
Right now, the server side code is intentionally very basic and written in PHP to allow for the most widely available server support. As well as, hopefully, ease of understanding as to what it is doing.
I am working on an advanced version of the server code that will allow for plugins and even more control and customization.
Localization
If you would like to see your language translations please see: https://github.com/jayrox/pixelrelay_localizations/ for details.
Plugin Support
TaskeLocale integration allows events to enable or disable auto-uploads as well as the name of the photo album for even more fine tuned control. This feature is enabled in settings.
DashClock integration allows you to see your current upload status right from the lockscreen on Android 4.2.2 devices.
Variable support for Album name: %DATE - provides a variable substitution for the current date.
examples:
%DATE by itself will use "yyyy-MM-dd" formating. This will be replaced with 2013-07-29 at the time of upload.
This behavior can be modified by including an optional format string. for example: %DATE(yyyy-dd-MM) would be replaced with 2013-29-07
Additional info / Contact:
For more information you can visit pixelrelay.com
If you are interested in trying PixelRelay out, please send me a PM for an invite to the google+ community or send an email to [email protected]
Per request, I've created a form that you can use to sign up
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