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  •  30 Jan 2011 07:15
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    Release Notes: This version uses the IANA-allocated UDP port and multicast group, and is therefore incompatible with older versions.

    •  11 Oct 2010 18:21
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      Release Notes: This version works around a compiler bug that could cause assertion failures on MIPS.

      •  02 May 2010 01:52
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        Release Notes: This version fixes a bug that could cause input filters to be ignored under some circumstances.

        •  22 Apr 2010 16:21
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          Release Notes: This version includes some minor portability tweaks; there are no user-visible changes since 0.98.

          •  08 Feb 2010 17:46
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            Release Notes: This version adds some fairly obscure options for unusual network configurations.

            •  06 Nov 2009 02:56
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              Release Notes: The configuration file was renamed to babeld.conf, as it was forgotten in the renaming of babel to babeld.

              •  11 Aug 2009 21:37
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                Release Notes: The babel daemon has been renamed to babeld, to avoid confusion with other binaries called babel. A minor bug related to yo-yo interfaces has been fixed.

                •  21 Apr 2009 12:22
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                  Release Notes: This version fixes a very serious bug that broke link quality estimation, and could cause massive network instability. A number of minor bugs that caused retractions not to be sent under some circumstances have also been fixed.

                  •  11 Apr 2009 01:08
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                    Release Notes: This version adds the ability to configure per-interface link parameters, such as nominal cost, whether split-horizon is used, etc. It also fixes a bug that could create routing loops in the presence of overlapping prefixes.

                    •  15 Mar 2009 05:48
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                      Release Notes: A node will now never increase its seqno spontaneously, but only when it receives an explicit request. This makes it significantly more likely that alternate routes for a given destination are feasible when the main route fails.

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