Release Notes: The permissions on gco.py were fixed. Support was added for recent files. Ctrl-R was added as a shortcut for "Edit Properties". Automatic updating of description when using the keyboard to navigate through the comic list was added.
Release Notes: This release fixes some issues with file saving. It changes the key binding for Add Comic. The bug where HTML entities were displayed in the comic list has been fixed. When deleting a comic, the list is now correctly updated.
Release Notes: This version was ported to Python, GTK+ 2.x, and GNOME 2.x. The file format was changed to XML. It is possible to open files created using GCO 0.3.x, but they can only be saved in the new XML format. The issue cover image is now shown in the description.
Release Notes: A fix for the GNOME-vfs save file corruption bug, and new dialogs asking whether or not to overwrite already existing files.
Release Notes: New icons and logo, a new export to HTML option, and optional support for gnome-vfs.
Release Notes: This release now uses libglade, and includes an image preview in the Issue dialog, a new field to Issue, Purchase Price, allowing you to keep track of what a certain issue cost for you to buy, a new fileformat although old files can still be loaded, the ability to automatically select newly added issues, support for Dutch, a working historylist, and a preferences dialog which can be used to automatically fill in information for adding issues, as well as setting preferences for viewing.
Release Notes: French support.
Release Notes: Added support for Spanish and updated Danish translation
Release Notes: When you double click an issue or a comic title, the Edit dialog now opens.
Release Notes: Added an icon and a spec file for the program. Also made the installation add an entry to the Applications menu of GNOME. Incorporated a lot of fixes and additions from Terence - most notable is the fact the refresh is now gone, and he fixed the bug where junk would show up when adding Writer, Penciler, and Inker. On the downside, however, this means that only the last Writer, Penciler, and Inker you add will show up in the history list. Added an Export to ASCII function, so you can get the comiclist into a better format if you want to publish it on the Internet, or maybe print it using a2ps.