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OpenFT 0.2.1.6 has been released. This is another bugfix release; there are no new features.
From the ChangeLog: (0 comments)
There's a rather nasty bug in the TCP buffering code of giFT 0.11.8. Please don't use or package this version; use the newly-released 0.11.8.1 instead, which has the bug fixed.
The only other change from 0.11.8 is that greycat's build patch has been applied. (1 comments)
Yes, giFT 0.11.8 is here. Mostly just a few bugfixes here and there,
and ImageMagick has finally been replaced (did anyone actually compile
with ImageMagick?). (0 comments)
This release is primarily a bugfix release that contains some rather critical bugfixes which affect Windows and 64-bit platforms.
Critical changes: (0 comments)
gift-openft 0.2.1.4 has been released! Not much is new, mostly just bugfixes. Tom (HEx) has officially taken over the bulk of the maintainership duties of the project while jasta temporarily refocuses his efforts on other areas of the project (most notably the web site and gift 0.12.x). Expect much more active development and frequent releases in the near future. Thanks HEx! (0 comments)
Quoting from the ChangeLog:
* Fixed a potentially fatal problem when parsing an HTTP request header which fails to provide a request method. (0 comments)
Again, I'd like to apologize for the unacceptable delay on this release. We have been brewing over several changes that were originally planned for OpenFT 0.2.1.2 but were rolled back at the last minute due to the dubious nature of the changes. None-the-less, we have put together a solid release with many new features and bug fixes which we hope will improve the search node diversity issue on the network. (0 comments)
First off, I'd like to apologize for the relative lack of release frequency we have demonstrated over the last few months. We have been hard at work on the next major release (giFT 0.12.x) and we have regrettably neglected several critical improvements in the older tree. (0 comments)
The long-awaited gish project (GIft SHell) has begun development in the main giFT repository. Gish is [will be] a powerful command-line giFT client heavily geared towards scriptability. A preliminary "usage" document may be found by simply checking out the "gish" CVS module and looking at docs/README. (0 comments)