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Gwenhywfar

Gwenhywfar is a multi-purpose library that provides useful functions such as configuration file handling, a full featured message generation and parsing engine, and an operating system abstraction layer. It is used by Libchipcard2, AqBanking, QBankManager, OpenHBCI, AqMoney, and various other projects.

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  •  30 Aug 2010 13:22

    Release Notes: This is the first official release of Gwenhywfar4. Since the last stable release, many bugs and problems have been fixed. Gwenhywfar4 features a new XML-based platform and toolkit independent dialog framework which is heavily used by AqBanking5. This package provides generic UI implementations for GTK-2, Qt-4, and FOX-1.6. The network code has been rewritten and thereby changed from asynchronous to synchronous access to fix some strange timeout problems.

    •  11 Aug 2010 12:40

      Release Notes: This is the first release candidate for Gwenhywfar4. Since the last release, some bugs in the FOX/QT dialog implementations have been fixed.

      •  01 May 2010 16:36

        Release Notes: This is the first beta release of Gwenhywfar4. Asynchronous network code has been replaced with synchronous code in order to make this project easier to maintain and extend. Old and deprecated code has been removed.

        •  20 Jun 2009 13:13

          Release Notes: This release provides better error messages if some functionality is requested by an application but can not be provided due to missing Debian/Ubuntu packages.

          •  31 Jan 2009 18:21

            Release Notes: Some applications use the internal log function to indiscriminately save all debug messages to disc. This release prevents such sensitive information from being stored in a file.

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