Release Notes: This release works much better on Vista and Windows 7. It has improvements in international character set handling. It handles path names longer than 260 characters. It has support for IPv6. It allows multiple Cygwin installations to exist on the same machine. It breaks backwards compatibility with some older applications. It no longer works on Windows 9x class systems.
Release Notes: This release fixes "no output" problem reported for some programs and also corrects some errors relating to sockets.
Release Notes: This release reimplements d_ino handling, fixes an oft-reported problem where "cygwin uses 100% of the CPU", and fixes some problems with network functions. There are many other fixes.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes were made and a few new functions were exported.
Release Notes: This release fixes problems with running 16-bit applications on Windows 9x, using a //share as a home directory, and CTRL-C inappropriately killing background processes. It also now provides some new math functions and has a minor speedup for some pthread functions.
Release Notes: This release fixes problems with static destructors not being able to use stdout. It also fixes a spurious "multiple versions of cygwin detected" error and corrects a problem with Unix sockets not being detected as sockets. There are also enhancements for the handling of network drives, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes some shared memory problems that caused random errors at startup. It fixes a problem with wait() that could cause inexplicable hangs. There are random other fixes.
Release Notes: This release fixes crashing problems reported by some users. It adds true syslogd support.
Release Notes: This version contains fixes for hyperthreading locks, contains security improvements, additions to /proc, and implementations of a number of new UNIX functions.
Release Notes: This release fixes pthread problems with stdio, problems with some network programs, a fork problem which caused bash to sometimes think that a forked program had died prematurely, and problems with network I/O and some firewalls.