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Release Notes: This release implements Strawberry Perl/Microsoft Windows support, and there is a compiled kpcli-2.4.exe now available on Sourceforge for Windows users; it should have no external dependencies and can even be run from a USB stick. The -a option has been added to the find command. Display of expiration time for show -a. An option to generate word-based passwords, inspired by http://xkcd.com/936/. The versions command has been added. Several minor bugs have been fixed.
Tags: keepass, command line interface, cli
Release Notes: New sorting algorithms: TimSort, StoogeSort, and Slowsort. Renaming an array from a to A for easier reading and matching to SoS-Cheatsheet. Fixes compilation with older compilers and on Mac OS X. Adds a random algorithm button.
Release Tags: Stable
Tags: Algorithms, Visualization, sound effects
Release Notes: This version adds UTF-8 support.
Tags: Monitoring, Logging, Utilities
Release Notes: This releases fixes a serious permission vulnerability; all users of affected phpMyFAQ versions are encouraged to upgrade as soon as possible. It also updates the Chinese (Traditional) and Dutch translations and fixed some issues.
Tags: Information Management
Release Notes: This release comes with XFCE and is based on openSuse 12.3 64-bit. It s upports installation from USB (see the installation guide). All packages are compatible and updated to openSuse 12.3, and the GrSecurity 3.9.4 kernel is finally integrated into the operating system properly. Metasploit is updated to 4.7, Firefox is removed and Chromium is added, and the exploit-db repository is updated.
Release Notes: This release adds the ability to archive/extract from multiple input paths to original paths at once. It adds zero deletion mode, overwriting file data with all 0. There are various fixes and improvements. 177 file types are supported.
Release Tags: Major
Tags: Archiving, Security, Cryptography, backup, Compression, Packaging, Zip, rar, tar
Release Notes: This is a major release bringing more themes with less code. It has a new theming experience with CSS 3, LESS, and Bootstrap to achieve the best flexibility and simplicity to date.
Tags: Application Frameworks, Software Development, Libraries, User Interfaces, AJAX, RIA, Java, Web Application development, jQuery
Release Notes: This version adds support for automatic layout using anchors. Other changes include a line height property for text and other improvements and bugfixes.
Tags: Desktop Environment, tools, multimedia, Graphics, Software Development, User Interfaces, Wireframes, Mockups, Prototyping
Licenses: commercial license
Release Notes: This release contains bugfixes only.
Release Tags: Stable, Minor bugfixes
Tags: Desktop Environment, Software Development, Internationalization, Libraries
Release Notes: The ability to show and hide options in CLI frontends was added via Edit/Preferences. Several bugs were fixed, including one preventing the device from being changed. The translations were updated for Brazilian Portuguese, Danish, French, Polish, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Turkish, and Ukranian.
Tags: multimedia, Graphics, Capture, Scanners, Office/Business
Release Notes: The 'not' negation can now be written as 'no' in rules. A default rule 'all' that matches all packets was added. The 'no sport 10' rule is now equivalent to 'all no sport 10', and matches all packets except those with a source port equal to 10. Initial Linux support was added.
Tags: Network, pcap
Licenses: BSD 2 clause
Release Notes: FreeBSD has been added as a supported platform. There is also an optimal solution for writing unit tests for internal (i.e., not exported) parts of shared libraries. With these tweaks, Meson is now probably the fastest general purpose build system in the world.
Tags: build system
Licenses: Apache 2.0
Release Notes: This release added BFD support for OSPF and BGP, a new 'allow local as' option for BGP, and filters for setting gw, ifname, and ifindex. The 'delete/filter' filter operator was extended to bgp_paths, and the 'len' filter operator was extended to [e]clists. BIRD client now allows shorthands for non-interactive commands. A -P flag was added for PID file support, and a -f flag was added to force BIRD to run in the foreground. Protocol export/import/receive limits are checked during reconfiguration.
Tags: Internet, Networking
Release Notes: New features include a integrated barcode file renamer tool, OpenOffice 4.0 support, support for business lunches, and net income determination improvements. Gnuaccounting 0.8.4 is also more sustainable with SEPA preparations, allowing the user, for example, to specify a customer's IBAN/BICs. PDFs are now easier to pass to a customer and safer to archive with the PDF/A1 standard, and can contain additional metadata according to the DocTag standard.
Tags: Office/Business, Financial, Accounting
Release Notes: This sources-only minor release makes the old client obsolete. It will be replaced by the client/subproject in future releases. It also makes the services library start to compute dependencies load order using a Directed Acyclic Graph.
Release Tags: Minor, Unstable, services
Tags: Games/Entertainment, Role-Playing, 3D Rendering, mmorpg, rpg, ogre, cegui
Release Notes: This is the first GA release of the wsrep patch for the MySQL 5.6 series. Major new features include support for MySQL GTID (requires enabled binlog) and optimizations in handling slave events.
Tags: DBMS, Cluster
Release Notes: This release has been updated to work correctly with PHP 5 and adds a workaround for a PHP issue with files bigger than 2GB.
Tags: Archiving, backup
Release Notes: This release fixes broken destination failover (which didn't manifest on Ubuntu and so was present in many previous releases). It also adds a -l|--linger option to disable socket lingering on close() and must be buildable on FreeBSD.
Release Tags: Stable
Tags: Clustering/Distributed Networks, Networking
Release Notes: A bug with the new include PATH handling was fixed, allowing compilation on FreeBSD again. The star NFSv4 ACL support now also works on Solaris 10. Libfind now correctly supports -type P for exvent ports. Cdrtools have been bumped to 3.01a19.
Tags: Software Development, Build Tools, Utilities