Release Notes: This maintenance release fixes a few minor bugs.
Release Notes: This release fixes various bugs, including some causing crashes.
Release Notes: This release fixes problems with keyword extraction and keyword search result expiration. URI support was added to gnunet-qt.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in processing namespace advertisements preventing namespaces from being discovered. It also fixes a bus error on Sparc64 systems, ensures content expiration happens on time, and addresses problems with parsing the hostlist URI as well as problems with resizing of the data store. It includes various cosmetic improvements.
Release Notes: gnunet-fuse now has support for write operations. The latency and performance of various database operations (for both MySQL and SQLite) was improved. Fixed bugs include broken error handling in the UDP transport, log rotation not deleting old log files, and crashes in gnunet-update and gnunetd.
Release Notes: This release includes a new Qt-based frontend, gnunet-qt. The only other significant change is that expired content will no longer be propagated or shown to end-users. As a result, expect to see significantly fewer search results, but also significantly higher download success rates. This release fixes a couple of other bugs discovered in 0.7.1b and adds a few minor features, such as I/O load detection.
Release Notes: This release fixes a couple of minor bugs discovered in the previous release and adds a few minor features. In particular, exceeding FAT32 limitations on Windows should no longer crash the daemon. In gnunet-gtk, URIs can now be copied to the clipboard, search results can be saved to disk, and gnunet-directory files can be displayed. The release also fixes various minor issues with the build process. For the first time in the 0.7.1 series, Win32 binaries are available.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the UDP transport that allowed a DoS attack that caused 100% CPU load. Some deadlocks and (architecture dependent) stack overflows were fixed in gnunet-gtk. The installed header files are now more C++ friendly. gnunet-setup now uses libglade. gnunet-gtk shows some additional statistics. The release also includes some other minor 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.
No changes have been submitted for this release.