Wine 2.12 Is Out With Audio Driver For Android and Async I/O Improvements

Wine 2.12 continues the bi-weekly development releases of the project, and it brings a new set of features, improvements, and bug fixes, starting with the implementation of an audio driver for Android and initial support for the MSI user interface and continuing with various RegEdit file parser enhancements and some more async I/O performance improvements.
Wine 2.12 Is Out With Audio Driver For Android and  Async I/O Improvements

As for the bug fixes, it looks like Wine 2.12 is a small update that only addresses a total of nine issues for various Windows app and games, such as Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light, Lost Horizon, BOSE SoundTouch, Spotify, MyLifeOrganized, Paltalk, and Dai-Senryaku Perfect 3.0. It also makes the "winetricks -q art2kmin" command work again.

Under the hood, compatibility with the GCC 4.2.2 compiler has been restored, but other than that there's nothing else worth mentioning in this development release of the open-source and cross-platform compatibility layer capable of running Windows applications on a wide range of UNIX-like operating systems. If you want to install it on your computer, download the Wine 2.12 source tarball right now. Check out the full changelog below for the bugs fixed, or the official release notes.

Wine 2.12 Changelog:
24723  Lost Horizon crash/page fault during Chapter 2
  27656  Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Severe graphical glitches
  35142  Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light: screen filled with artefacts when StrictDrawOrdering disabled
  42014  Multiple apps crash on start due to missing support for LABEL_SECURITY_INFORMATION(affects BOSE SoundTouch, Spotify, Paltalk)
  42597  Mouse wheel doesn't scroll in MyLifeOrganized
  43123  compilation fails in dlls/d3dx9_36/tests with gcc 4.2.2
  43231  Dai-Senryaku Perfect 3.0:Not draw background with GDI.
  43257  winetricks -q art2kmin fails
  43295  unimplemented function IPHLPAPI.DLL.if_nametoindex