Release Notes: This release features the usual incremental improvements and updated packages. Work towards distribution consistency and a binary distribution is coming along well. A binary release of Fink 0.2.5 will be made available over the next few days.
Release Notes: This release has the usual improvements, and new and updated packages. The highlights are The GIMP 1.2.2 and xmms with local sound output via esound.
Release Notes: Fixes for dpkg download problems, new proxy configuration, a command to list available packages, and new and updated packages.
Release Notes: The package manager now includes support for virtual packages, archive sections, description texts and package preinst/etc scripts, handling of gr. 'rm -rf' failures more gracefully, and several bugfixes. The new release also comes with the usual bunch of new and updated packages.
Release Notes: dpkg is now used instead of stow as the backend, which has caused significant structural changes. There are also new and updated packages.
Release Notes: This release fixes several problems in package building and adds the usual batch of new and updated packages.
Release Notes: This release now supports packages with multiple tarballs and bundle packages. Several new packages, including tetex, ghostscript, and some GNOME packages are also supported.
Release Notes: The package manager now has a command to update packages. This release improves existing packages like gettext and bzip2 (they now build shared libraries) and adds new packages, including gimp 1.2.1, lesstif, nedit, vim, pwm, audiofile, esound, and gtk-engines.
Release Notes: This release includes mirror selection support, smoother installation, a reworked engine, and several new packages.
Release Notes: Initial release.