Wine install fails if you try to install it using MacPorts. To get around this you can install the development version of Wine.
sudo port install wine-devel
People know about the problem and it has been fixed in Wine version 1.1.2. I don’t know when it will get fixed for regular wine. Brief research suggests that it has something to do with iPhone SDK. http://trac.macports.org/ticket/13000
My Mac is 10.5.4 Leopard. I have iPhone SDK.
./crtdll.spec:44: external symbol ‘CRTDLL__basemajor_dll’ is not a function ./crtdll.spec:45: external symbol ‘CRTDLL__baseminor_dll’ is not a function ./crtdll.spec:46: external symbol ‘CRTDLL__baseversion_dll’ is not a function ./crtdll.spec:66: external symbol ‘CRTDLL__cpumode_dll’ is not a function ./crtdll.spec:243: external symbol ‘CRTDLL__osmajor_dll’ is not a function ./crtdll.spec:244: external symbol ‘CRTDLL__osminor_dll’ is not a function ./crtdll.spec:245: external symbol ‘CRTDLL__osmode_dll’ is not a function ./crtdll.spec:247: external symbol ‘CRTDLL__osversion_dll’ is not a function