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  •  25 Mar 2014 13:12
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    Release Notes: This is a minor bugfix/enhancement release. It fixes date parsing (dd MMM yy format). It adds latitude/longitude filtering. There is a new download location.

    •  25 Feb 2014 11:18
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      Release Notes: This release added "unbuffered" output, verbosity levels, and improvements to the manual page. It fixed an issue with EasyGPS output, and provides some information about Wherigo caches.

      •  16 Jan 2014 18:42
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        Release Notes: This version removes "fun factor" support and addresses an issue triggered by HTML reformatting of "printable cache details" pages.

        •  06 Jan 2014 14:36
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          Release Notes: This is an interim release, before removing the "fun factor" fuctionality completely. Also, a few quirks have been addressed.

          •  31 Dec 2013 10:41
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            Release Notes: This release addresses a lot of reported issues and wishlist items not covered by 3.19.0. Most notable are improvements in handling PMO caches, cookies, and filters. Some new long options (which can be better abridged) have been added. A caveat for EasyName users: The "waypointLength" option has been renamed "-w" to make room for further enhancements. There's an emergency download mirror now since GoogleCode has announced it will shut down its own download services. Note that there are no individual download links given this time.

            •  20 Nov 2013 12:41
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              Release Notes: This release fixes an issue caused by GroundSpeak's addition of Facebook logins (a.k.a., 20131114.1 HotFix). There are packages for OS X (.dmg), Windows (using the InnoSetup installer and the Ocra gem with Ruby 1.9.3), and Debian/Ubuntu Linux (.deb), and a generic tarball. Unfortunately, there's no Ruby 2.0 installer package available yet.

              •  29 Oct 2013 14:58
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                Release Notes: This release addresses a couple of minor issues affecting: date parsing; HTML entities in cache, owner, or finder names, and deprecated gpsbabel output formats. The Windows installer comes with Ruby 1.9.3 pre-packaged; otherwise, Ruby 1.9.1 or higher is required. Ruby 2.0 isn't officially supported yet. Please do not use pre-3.18 versions anymore.

                •  24 Sep 2013 13:29
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                  Release Notes: This release features a large set of bugfixes and enhancements. Support for Ruby 1.8 has been dropped. This release uses UTF-8 throughout. The Google Geocode API v3 is used to resolve locations. Parsing patterns have been adjusted. A dictionary is used to translate cache IDs to GUIDs. Templates are modular and can be extended by the user. Premium Member Only caches are supported. There are some minor changes to make GeoToad more robust, and more will come as development hasn't stopped. There will be no separate "devel releases" anymore.

                  •  12 Sep 2013 12:25
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                    Release Notes: This release has grown from the convergence of the 3.16(.9) and 3.17(.10) trees, and incorporates a number of fixes to accommodate the 20130821 HotFix changes which rendered the previous versions unusable. There's a "dictionary" being used now, and you may want to fill this with knowledge already on your disk before starting GeoToad again. See the project wiki on GoogleCode for details. Ruby 1.8 support has been removed, and Ruby 1.9 is required.

                    •  04 Jul 2013 08:48
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                      Release Notes: Two serious bugs were fixed, one obvious and one better hidden.

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