Wine Staging 2.3 Implements ECB Mode in Bcrypt, Adds Minor CSMT Improvements

As you might know, Wine Staging is a special fork of Wine that promises to offer gamers a unique feature called CSMT (Command-Stream Multi-Threading), which dramatically improves their gaming experience. So if you are serious about gaming on Linux and you want to play some Windows games, you need to install Wine Staging. The Wine Staging 2.3 release is here to add some more improvements to the CSMT functionality, but nothing worth mentioning in the release notes. Additionally, it adds an ECB mode in the bcrypt component and ports various Direct3D 11 functions to the Direct3D 10 implementation, and fixes multiple issues reported by users.