Release Notes: This release fixes and improves several book providers, as well as fixing or working around several user-interface bugs from 0.6.3. The program is now more stable and the GUI is more responsive, displaying feedback when adding books by ISBN and showing which book provider is currently being searched. There are also a handful of new translations.
Release Notes: This release adds an export function for iPod Notes, removes the refresh button from the toolbar, adds asynchronous loading and visual feedback to make the GUI feel more responsive, adds Amazon ECS 4.0 support to replace the old AWS 3.x Amazon provider, adds tooltips to the icon view of books, and fixes many bugs.
Release Notes: This release ships a workaround for a Ruby 1.8.3 bug with YAML serialization of big numbers. The data model has been modified to serialize the loaning dates differently, and Alexandria should also be backward compatible with libraries generated by previous versions.
Release Notes: The two major points of this release are full Z39.50 support and a complete Docbook manual (with integration with the GNOME help system). Some minor enhancements like auto-completion and American UPC support are also available, as well as a long list of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is mostly a quick bugfix version, even if some features were added in the mean time (such as a book provider to the Amadeus Austrian library). 0.5.0 users are encouraged to upgrade.
Release Notes: This release introduces, among other things, XHTML/CSS export, a new provider for the Spanish Ministry of Culture, loaning support, ISBN-less support, and a lot of bugfixes and usability/performance improvements.
Release Notes: This version featured import/export with various formats, a Barnes & Noble provider, CueCat support, manual addition of books, and the ability to move books between libraries.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. If you are using Alexandria, you should consider upgrading, since a lot of bugs have been discovered and fixed.
Release Notes: This release considerably improves the dialog box to add books (allowing searches by title, authors, and keyword), ships a new provider to the Proxis library, and features more GNOME compatibility.
Release Notes: Full i18n support. A preferences dialog has been created to configure the application and the providers. Preferences are saved and restored using a GConf backend. Notes can be associated with books, books can be rated, books icons can be sorted, and the user interface has been improved to be more usable and accessible. A lot of bugs have been fixed.