Release Notes: This release fixes "no output" problem reported for some programs and also corrects some errors relating to sockets.
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 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 works around "cygwin heap" errors reported by some users on Windows 2000 and XP.
Release Notes: This version fixes signal problems (CTRL-C and CTRL-Z), a longstanding problem with 'find' not recursing into all top-level directories, and problems with stdout flushing and pthreads. It also implements tcflush for ptys.
Release Notes: This release fixes some problems with operation on Windows 9x, adds /proc/cpuinfo, fixes some problems with files receiving incorrect permissions by default, and allows setsid() to work correctly on Windows consoles.
Release Notes: This version fixes an "mmap allocates 2X requested size" problem, a "cygpath returns garbage" problem, a problem where a nonexistent /etc/passwd caused a corrupted name, and core dumping problems manifested in gcc and gdb. It allows GNU-style options in new programs which use getopt.
Release Notes: Fixes for a problem with tty processes defaulting to low priority, some problems on Windows 98, and some pthreads problems.
Release Notes: This release includes various minor bugfixes and code cleanups.
Release Notes: This release includes mainly bugfixes for problems introduced in 1.3.11. There are also some /proc filesystem fixes.