Release Notes: Areas of improvement in this release included content migration, routing, content priorities, connection management, internationalization, and thread signaling. Memory utilization and other cosmetic improvements were also made. gnunet-gtk now supports sorting.
Release Notes: This release fixes various major bugs. This includes a deadlock in the HTTP transport and non-deterministic aborts of large recursive downloads. Bugfixes related to missed opportunities for content migration and routing should improve content availability and download performance. Minor improvements were made in terms of CPU and memory consumption. This version includes a translation to Swedish and some other cosmetic improvements.
Release Notes: UDP transports now work even if the sender and receiver use different MTUs. An integer overflow that limited the local datastore to 4 GB modulo 4 GB was fixed. Most importantly, this version should use significantly less processor time and the memory use should stabilize at a much lower level. Depending on the configuration, it can be as much as 10 times more efficient in terms of memory footprint and processor time compared to the previous version.
Release Notes: This is the a bugfix release for 0.7.0. Among other things, 0.7.0a fixes various crashes as well as connectivity, efficiency, and routing issues. This release adds support for MySQL 5.0 (in addition to MySQL 4.1 and SQlite).
Release Notes: This release supports the new protocol, new ciphers, and new content encoding, breaking compatibility with previous versions. It features a new tool for configuration, an improved user interface, better modularity, larger blocks, better performance, more meta data annotations including thumbnails, and many other enhancements. This version represents over 8 months of development and testing.
Release Notes: This release fixes various critical bugs found in the pre5 release. In particular, it fixes a bug that caused gnunetd to drop far too many messages. Also, problems with the transactional semantics of the MySQL database code and message corruption by the fragmentation code were resolved. This version also fixes various segmentation violations, a possible division by zero, some memory leaks, and various other bugs. Support for automatically naming downloaded files in gnunet-gtk was improved.
Release Notes: This release fixes various critical bugs. In particular, it fixes a bug in the bandwidth management that results in gnunetd using more bandwidth than the specified limit. It also fixes i18n problems in gnunet-gtk. The frequency of session key exchanges was reduced to a sane level. It fixes various segmentation violations, a possible stack overflow, some memory leaks, and various other bugs.
Release Notes: This release fixes various critical bugs found in 0.7.0pre4, including segmentation faults, memory leaks, low connectivity, and an incomplete glade file. Additional statistics were added. KBlocks are now cached, which can sometimes give significant performance improvements for content insertion. IPv6 support is now enabled by default.
Release Notes: This release adds a new tool to configure GNUnet (gnunet-setup). The GTK user interface is now a separate project. The new version also fixes a large number of bugs.
Release Notes: This release fixed various major bugs, including a crash in the daemon and some minor protocol violations (wrong sizes and missing headers). gnunet-insert now handles multiple keywords correctly. The built-in configuration file now matches the current version.