Pretty much everything I have tried -- the crash mentioned in the earlier version doesn't seem to exist anymore as there are no drives listed under the open drive dialog. There are some caveats, though. See what does not work.
What does not
Placing the cursor in the hex view should show in the Data Inspector what the value at that offset would be for various different types -- signed/unsigned byte, short, long, quad, float, double, etc. That does work, but it will not refresh until you click in the Data Inspector on the value you wish to see.
Slight annoyance -- switching tabs switches to a cascade view of the tab windows temporarily while making the tab switched to focused and then goes back to the tab view. I am not sure if this is because Wine does it differently or if Wine performs the transition more slowly than in Windows or any other explanation.
What was not tested
Bookmarks, structure viewing, color mapper... things that aren't used as often. I have used most of the bitwise operations, though and those work well.
Would give it a gold if it weren't for the refresh issue in the Data Inspector.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Fedora Core 6||Mar 23 2007||0.9.32.||Yes||Yes||Silver||an anonymous user|