This is the current development branch of Wine. The name is a bit misleading as it is superior to the stable build in most aspects. If your program is laking some functionality under wine, this is the version to go with, as it is evolving very fast. Check back often to download the most recent version. One of the big news is, that it does not need X11 anymore.
The current stable branch of Wine. It is usually very static and only receiving very few updates. If your program runs with it, it is a great way of having a solid base to use your apps on.
This is the last 'complete' version of Wine for OS X Tiger. You can use this version of WineBottler together with the 1.4.0 and the 1.4.1 No-Audio-Build on OS X Tiger (see below). Wine is no longer actively developed for OS X Tiger.
Wine Program For Mac
No need to install emulators, virtualizers or boot into other operating systems – WineBottler runs your Windows-based programs directly on your Mac. This is possible thanks to a Windows-compatible subsystem, which is provided by the great OpenSource tool. Simply put, Wine is software that allows Mac OS X users and Linux users to run Windows applications on their computer. It is Open Source software and available as a free download.