wine in Hardy has incorrect upstream connection Corotwine

Asked by Eliah Kagan

According to, wine in Ubuntu corresponds to the upstream project Corotwine ( However, this metadatum is incorrect. In Hardy, the wine source package provided the application layer for running Windows programs on Linux-based and other Unix-like systems ( While this software is currently provided by the and source packages, expanding released versions under "The Hardy Hero" and examining the "Changelog" and "Built packages" sections (as well as inspecting the links to Launchpad in reveals the wine source package was also for the Wine emulation layer for running Windows programs.

The Corotwine project, on inspection, does not pertain the Wine windows emulation software. See

Therefore, the wine source package in Ubuntu ( should be reassigned to correspond to the upstream project Wine (, or at least unassigned from corresponding to the upstream project Corotwine.

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Best Max Bowsher (maxb) said :

Thanks for reporting it, I removed the bogus link.

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Eliah Kagan (degeneracypressure) said :

Thanks Max Bowsher, that solved my question.