Release Notes: The API and ABI are now more flexible and thread safe, more key searching options were added, and the Berkeley DB backend is now fully functional.
Release Notes: The Berkeley DB backend is ready for production. Some new practical methods have been added, as well as better support for nicer and more clean XML exporting.
Release Notes: The user interface is now much more comfortable and has more features like the ability to import and export keys to XML and a more powerful key editor.
Release Notes: A complete key tree layout specification was added for network and system signature. The XML import and export language was improved. Cross platform UTF-8 handling was improved. kdbGetInfo() and friends methods were added.
Release Notes: Autotools, autoconf, and libtool are now used. The new homepage and wiki are done.
Release Notes: An elegant, fully documented framework for dynamically pluggable storage backends is now available. Mature application binary interface compatibility and stabilization, so things won't break in library upgrades. This version also includes the latest community contributed patches for the mount and fsck commands.
Release Notes: This version provides some new methods for powerful lookup of keys in the key database, great improvements and bugfixes in user-defined key types, improved XML import and export, many bugfixes, and a new programming model that significantly reduces your sources and increases code readability and cleanliness.
Release Notes: The project name was changed from "Linux Registry" to "Elektra". Because of that, many installed files were renamed, but there is also a temporary binary compatibility right now. This release has been ported and tested on BSD systems. The "kdb" command now has a shell-friendly interface. Many improvements were made in the API documentation.
Release Notes: The Key and KeySet CHANGE NOTIFICATIONS framework is now provided. The new "rg monitor" command was added to monitor keys in shell scripts. Complete doxygen API documentation is available to browse and download, with a lot of code examples at http://registry.sf.net/#man. "rg import" from XML and "rg export" to XML were improved to make backups, migrations, etc. Development can be done in C/C++, shell, Python, Ruby, and XML. "regedit" can be used to graphically edit the key database.
Release Notes: Keys can now be created and deleted, refreshed, and actions can be undone.