Further it comes with a starter app, to initially run the program, that lives in the bottled app.
As an app usually lives in the folder
/Applications, it is immutable. This way it is guaranteed, that it can be copied, moved and run by everybody even without elevated privileges. But as files in a winprefix are changed sooner than later, the bottled app keeps a mutable copy in
~/Application\ Support. You can see, reset and remove it directly in WineBottler's tab "On My Mac".
Anatomy of Wine.appWine.app is compiled from the sources of winehq.org. But instead of installing it to the OS X systems root or /opt directories, it is compiled with a prefix that is located inside an app-bundle – hence the name Wine.app. This makes it very easy to move and remove old copies of Wine, without hampering with the system: by drag and drop.
Here comes the complete list:
|samba||3.6.14||for client mode ntlm_auth||GPL 3|
|libgphoto2||2.4.14||Camera support||LGPL 2.1|
|freetype||2.4.11||FTL or GPL 2|
|wine_gecko||1.9-x86||Web-content support||LGPL 2.1|
|winemono||0.0.8||.net support||LGPL 2.1|