Release Notes: This is the final version of 0.2, and the last version implemented in the D programming language. The next version will be C++11, with Boost.
Release Notes: Stability and performance improvements.
Release Notes: Several stability fixes. A new Python client. Linking assets from the normal filesystem is now possible. BHFuse can now mount from a remote BitHorde daemon. The BitHorde daemon can be used cache-less for disk-constrained systems.
Release Notes: Lots of fixes were made since the 0.1 branch. Encryption, authentication, and a monitoring interface were added. The asynchronous core was improved.
Release Notes: A significant bug was discovered in all versions of BitHorde. The bug, when triggered, will cause data loss. All users are strongly encouraged to update.
Release Notes: This is just a relabeling of 0.1 RC1 as the final 0.1 release. No changes were made.
Release Notes: This release fixes all outstanding bugs not requiring major design changes. It is likely to become the final 0.1, unchanged or with very small modifications.
Release Notes: Small improvements in performance and features. Many bugfixes and tweaks. It is recommended that existing users upgrade.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed since Beta3. Asynchronous cache-commits improve performance. FUSE-proxy now takes a configurable "lookuptimeout" parameter for tuning. The cache will limit itself to 90% of the filesystem.