Release Notes: This release includes support for guile 1.6.3 and libgdgeda 2.0.9, locale improvements and a new Russian translation, improved appearance of move operation in gschem, various other smaller UI improvements, a slew of contributed symbols, application of all contributed patches, a script for renumbering reference designators across multi-page schematics, and the usual bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes some sch/sym file format changes, dnagling pin visual cues, auto bus ripper drawing, the ability to easily reach documentation from within gschem and to associate documentation with individual components, new and updated utilities, various code clean-ups and bugfixes, and new translations for German, Dutch, Japanese, and Portugese.
Release Notes: This release includes significant changes (renames and removals) to the standard symbol and schematic attributes, a working gsymcheck which actually checks symbols for correctness, internationalization support in gschem, several contributed patches, and the usual numerous bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes a bunch of gschem user interface improvments, new symbols, the first release of the Win32 (MinGW) port, and the usual bugfixes.
Release Notes: libgeda cleanups, a whole slew of contributed patches, a new mode to gschem which allows the user to see all hidden text without changing its visibility, a new gnetlist backend (maxascii), 216 new symbols, and the usual bugfixes.
Release Notes: Minor bug fixes including getting the '--with-rcdir' option working again, scrollbars update bug fixed, ./configure script cleanups, and cygwin port now building out of the box.
Release Notes: Major changes include a CVS reorganization, using noweb for the source code and programmer docs, a symbol library reorganization, a bunch of bugfixes, a bunch of smaller new features, and dynamic menus (with hotkeys) in gschem.
Release Notes: The connection and cue system was rewritten for libgeda/gschem (now gschem can handle really large schematics with ease), grips on arcs, internal improvements to the arc code, postscript output improvements, updates to the SPICE and VHDL backends, and the usual bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes bugfixes and improvements to almost all programs, including initial implementation of net rubber-banding, component / text rotation before placement, hierarchical traversal of schematics in gnetlist, many new symbols, and a Win32 port using Cygwin and Gtk+ for Win32.
Release Notes: Minor sch/sym file format changes, new editing grips, component rotation during placement, ability to change line width and type, Protel and BAE netlist backends integrated, documentation updates, and numerous other bugfixes and improvements.