Debian Bug report logs: Bugs in source package wine-unstable

Maintainers for wine-unstable are Debian Wine Party <>.

You may want to refer to the following individual bug pages: libwine-dbg-unstable, libwine-dev-unstable, libwine-unstable, wine32-dev-tools-unstable, wine32-unstable, wine64-bin-unstable, wine64-dev-tools-unstable, wine64-unstable.

You might like to refer to the wine-unstable package page, or to the Package Tracking System.

If you find a bug not listed here, please report it.

Outstanding bugs -- Serious (policy violations or makes package unfit for release); Unclassified (1 bug)

Outstanding bugs -- Important bugs; Unclassified (1 bug)

Outstanding bugs -- Normal bugs; More information needed (1 bug)

Resolved bugs -- Critical bugs (2 bugs)

Resolved bugs -- Grave functionality bugs (1 bug)

Resolved bugs -- Serious (policy violations or makes package unfit for release) (2 bugs)

Resolved bugs -- Important bugs (4 bugs)

Resolved bugs -- Normal bugs (1 bug)

Resolved bugs -- Minor bugs (1 bug)



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