Release Notes: This is a security release that fixes two buffer overflow bugs in the IPP code, adds a Swedish message catalog and support for the Linux devfs printer devices, fixes MacOS X build problems, fixes a problem in cupsaddsmb with some versions of SAMBA, and adds compatibility with an IBM implementation of IPP.
Release Notes: This release adds support for the KOI8-R and KOI8-U encodings, message catalogs for several Russian locales and for Simplified Chinese, improvements for MacOS X (Darwin) and IRIX, improvements to the PDF, PostScript, and text filters, status reporting for IPP-based printers (paper out, etc.), and improvements to the SAMBA driver export facility. It also fixes bugs in the scheduler, the lpstat command, the CUPS API, and the pstoraster filter.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Polish PPD files, adds a missing directory definition to the cups-config script, and fixes bugs in the CUPS-Add-Printer and CUPS-Move-Job operations.
Release Notes: This release adds a new driver for Dymo label printers, a new ClassifyOverride directive, a new BrowseProtocols directive, SLPv2 support, and Asian language support in the PDF filter. It also fixes a number of small bugs.
Release Notes: Support for AIX, several performance improvements to the scheduler, support for the Apache Include directive, new HideImplicitMembers and ImplicitAnyClasses directives, storing user-defined options as differences from the system-defined options, a "natural-scaling" option for printing images, and a number of small bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of small bugs, including a bug in the pstops filter that would cause all pages in a print job to come out on a single page.
Release Notes: Many new features were added, including new directives to prevent DoS and spoofing attacks. This release also includes bug fixes for the PostScript RIP and scheduler that could cause unreliable operation on some systems.
Release Notes: CUPS 1.1.6 provides several security enhancements and bug fixes.
Release Notes: Support for SSL and TLS encryption, bug and portability fixes, and changes to the default configuration to not broadcast printer information or accept connections from other machines.