Just released wineasio 0.9.2, with 64bit ASIO host support, and some small changes.
Just tagged and tarballed 0.9.1 containing some bug fixes, among others one allowing it to be built on wine 1.7.3 and later.
Fixed wrongly reported output latency
Changed the SCHED_FIFO priority of the win32 callback thread
* Calls jack_client_real_time_priority() to get reccomended priority from JACK
* Removed hardcoded SCHED_FIFO priority of 86
* Sets win32 callback thread to SCHED_FIFO, priority reccomended by JACK
Added fork with call to qjackctl from ASIOControlPanel()
Sorry everyone's who's looking for help on this, I'm currently out of the loop due to PC problems. (This is typed from a crummy laptop.) I've been hoping to get on top of things for months... Soon... maybe.
wineasio provides an ASIO to JACK driver for WINE. ASIO is the most common Windows low-latency driver, so is commonly used in audio workstation programs. (Wine's built-in JACK transport isn't a Windows ASIO driver.)
I've just uploaded a new tarball with the latest code from HEAD to make it easier for people who prefer that vs SVN.
This version has a number of changes that address possible performance issues. However, can I ask that if you're having xruns with 0.7.x, you try 0.5. If you don't have xrun with 0.5, please let us know.
All previous (known) released versions of wineasio now have source file releases under Downloads.
All the wineasio code I could find has now been committed to sourceforge SVN. Robert Reif's original code and changes are in the wineasio-0.0.x branch. The "old" JackLab code is in the wineasio-0.x branch. HEAD contains wineasio-0.7.x. Tags have been created on HEAD for each version.
Bugs, patches or requests for commit access via the Tracker, please! :)