Release Notes: Lots of changes were made, including usability improvements, object selection mechanism tweaks, and significant gnetlist speedups. A new gnetlist backend targeting liquidpcb was added. A new filled and unfilled path object is rendered and printed. Improvements were made to the component selection dialog box. Connected net selection was integrated. The ability to enter scheme interactively in gschem was added. Color picking was improved. The ability to edit arc radii from various places was added. Lots of code was cleaned up. The usual slew of bugs were slain.
Release Notes: This release includes a mechanism for loading recently used schematics, code cleanups and speedups related to the removal of screen coordinate caching, many improvements to the "Write Image..." dialog box, a couple new gnetlist scheme backends, enhancements to the spice-sdb backend, a few new regression tests, and the usual slew of bugfixes.
Release Notes: Changes in this snapshot include a fix for the infamous "slice" crash, more control over automatic attribute promotion, greatly simplified PostScript output, many gschem mouse/keyboard UI improvements, text overbars, and DRC enhancements. The noweb compiler requirement was eliminated. The included documentation was updated. The usual slew of bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release includes a new symbol versioning mechanism inside libgeda and gschem, integration of an attribute editor (gattrib), a couple of new gnetlist backends, a whole slew of user-contributed symbols, new language translations, application of a bunch of user contributed patches, and the usual bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release includes GTK+ 2.2.x support, although building using GTK+ 1.2.x is still supported. A bunch of contributed patches were applied to gschem and gnetlist. A few new utilities were added. The configure scripts were improved. The usual bug fixes were made.
Release Notes: This release includes a new project manager, a graphical installer, a couple of new gnetlist (switcap and an advanced spice) backends, a bunch of new schematic/PCB examples, some new symbols, and the usual bugfixes.
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 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: 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.