Release Notes: Small changes were made here and there. A minor buffer overflow was fixed, which was adversely affecting Ubuntu 9 users. It caused gWaei to crash on Ubuntu 9 when inputting Japanese. A bunch of Windows compatibility fixes have been done. When compiled with the GNOME configure flag turned off, gconf is no longer a dependency.
Release Notes: This is another small update. The program should compile on Mac OS X again. Also, the radicals search tool has been worked to be smaller and some of the missing kanji has been added. Radical searches now automatically include "less relevant results".
Release Notes: In the previous release, the Windows configure flag was backwards, which led to many people building without gconf support. This was a bad thing because gWaei gets the installation URLs through the gconf preferences. It has been fixed. The Windows build is still experimental.
Release Notes: The libgnome requirement was lowered. The program can now be compiled on Debian Lenny. A Spanish tranlation was added. More polish was added to the console interface, and it is now localizable. Two missing radical togglebuttons were added to the radical search tool.
Release Notes: This release should fix the issue some people were having doing searches that contained Kanji. Other changes include gconf being abstracted out. It is possible to compile the program withotu gconf available, though it isn't recommended. Also, the deb installs and uninstalls now exit cleanly with no errors. An updated italian translation has been added.
Release Notes: The program was almost completely rewritten. Many dangling are now neatly put away into C structs. On the front end, there is a link saying "Where can I get other dictionaries?" This is meant to help people find other dictionaries that may work with gwaei. GTK+ support is now optional, and you can now access most of the program's features through the terminal.
Release Notes: The preferences dialog has a new advanced tab and options for adjusting the highlight colors. The search engine has been upgraded a bit. Bugs were fixed. Support for NetBSD was improved. Better sorting was provided for Japanese searches. The Japanese locale requirements have been loosened.
Release Notes: This is a another bugfix release. It fixes a startup problem that was supposedly fixed in the previous release. The dictionary terminology glossary has been separated out from the general help section. It was just different enough not to fit in. It now has its own menu item in the Help menu.
Release Notes: Bugs were fixed, the most noteworthy of which was an infinite loop on startup that some computers encountered. There was a crasher bug that occurred when attempting to print only one highlighted line in the results. A crasher which occurred when users would go back or forward after switching dictionaries was fixed. There have been a few minor features added as well. Alt-left and alt-right will go back and forward in the search history, much like a Web browser. Shift-tab will cycle backwards through the dictionaries.
Release Notes: There is a new libsexy dependency that allows spell checking in the search entry. The documentation has had a large overhaul. The help manual is a bit more complete, and the README gives better install directions. The grey highlighting was a bad idea in 0.12.0. A bug where some users could not type into the search entry was fixed. This is the first version to have PPC RPM and deb packages.