Release Notes: The -o/--output flag was added to fc-solve. More executables are installed. Instances of "char *" in the interface were converted to "const char *". Some internal cleanups and optimizations and several bugfixes were made. pqueue.h was converted to the MIT/X11 licence, making Freecell Solver fully MIT/X11.
Release Notes: Now one can build the sources outside the source directory without needing AsciiDoc (this was a major build system problem). The "-F"/"--pysolfc" flag has been added to board_gen/make_pysol_freecell_board.py for generating PySolFC deals. A missing newline at the end of one of the lines of the help has been added.
Release Notes: The distributed documentation was converted to AsciiDoc, which allows it to be converted to XHTML and DocBook/XML. The test suite and benchmarking process was simplified. Some other minor changes were made.
Release Notes: An improved theme for solving Simple Simon was added ("the-last-mohican" or "tlm" for short). The --next-instance flag was restored. An improved atomic moves-based Freecell theme was added.
Release Notes: This release fixes many build problems, especially on Windows (and MSVC), but also on Linux.
Release Notes: A large code cleanup was done, which also resulted in a substantial speed boost. Several bugfixes were done to the CMake-based build system. Support for Google's tcmalloc was added. Internal identifiers in the DLL/shared-library were hidden. The inline keyword is now supported on more compilers. More functions and macros have been converted to inline functions.
Release Notes: Some run-time presets that aim to optimize the lengths of the solutions were added. Support was added for using the various libavl2 trees for the positions and stacks storages. A large code reorganization took place.
Release Notes: An off-by-one error that caused a segfault on x86-64 systems was fixed.
Release Notes: Several significant optimizations. Many other cleanups and tweaks to the internals. Makefiles have been added for many alternative compilers, and the code was adapted to compile on TenDRA. The "configure" script was renamed to "Tatzer", so it won't be used by end-users who are used to Autoconf conventions.
Release Notes: Several significant optimizations were made. The "freecell-only" configuration can now solve the first 32,000 Microsoft Freecell deals in 200 deals per second on a P4-2.4GHz machine. Improvements were made to the build system, including the elimination of compiler warnings. The test suite now builds correctly inside the source distribution.