Release Notes: A minor update was done to fix a Glade glitch affecting the toolbar and to retain some debugging variables despite changes in gcc-4.6.
Release Notes: Translations were updated.
Release Notes: This release drops remnants of old libraries including libglade2, libgnome2, and libgnomeui. It drops deprecated functions from existing libraries, ready for the upcoming Gtk+3.0 transition. It migrates from libgtksourceview1.0 to libgtksourceview2.0. It adds patches from Bugzilla that have accumulated since 2.0.4. It includes and enhances code from the previous trunk (the unreleased 2.1.1) codebase. It includes translated versions of the Drivel Manual.
Release Notes: Drivel has been revitalised - initial 2.0.4 release includes the current patches from Debian and Ubuntu, patches from bugzilla that have accumulated since 2.0.3 and updating the translations. Also adds tag support for LiveJournal.
Release Notes: This release adapts to some changes to the LiveJournal and Atom systems, restoring compatibility with LiveJournal, Blogger, and similar sites.
Release Notes: This release fixes a couple of small bugs, adds some new translations, and improves the behavior of the History dialog.
Release Notes: Several issues with UTF-8 posting have been resolved. Some problems with usernames and the Recent Entries menu were fixed.
Release Notes: Improvements since version 1.2 include support for Atom, Blogger, MovableType, and Advogato weblogs, as well as an offline mode. Drivel can now fetch the current track from Beep Media Player, and F7 acts as a shortcut key for toggling in-line spellchecking. The spellchecking language is selectable by the user. A draft MIME type has been added. Users can filter posts by LiveJournal security groups. Support for pinging Technorati is also available.
Release Notes: This release fixes a couple of proxy server issues and updates the documentation and translations. New artwork has also been added.
Release Notes: This is the beta release for Drivel 2.0. It finalizes support for Atom, Blogger, Advogato, and MovableType journals. Support for LiveJournal security groups and pinging Technorati has also been added.