Release Notes: If the file type is undetermined (file without line endings or an empty file), this is printed in verbose mode, and no attempt is made to convert the file, thus avoiding truncation of it. There is also a verbose message and Makefile tweaks.
Release Notes: 'b' has been added to 'fopen()' calls so that conversion is not confused on platforms like Cygwin.
Release Notes: Build enhancements: a 'test' target, a 'dos2unix-optimized' target for compilation of optimized binaries, and the ability to build under MinGW/MSYS.
Release Notes: The most notable changes since the last stable release are support for the Macintosh text format, a new --version (-V) option, and documentation enhancements and fixes.
Release Notes: Issues with some binary files being recognized as text files in Macintosh format should be resolved. The documentation has been enhanced and some typos in it were fixed.
Release Notes: A new --version (-V) option has been added to display the program name and version. Minor tweaks to the build process were made.
Release Notes: Support for files in Macintosh format have been added (detection and conversion). When the autodetected input format does not match the input format suggested by the conversion type option on the command line, the conversion type is automatically corrected. A --force (-f) option has been added which suppresses this new behaviour.
Release Notes: Read/write buffers have been implemented, which increases performance about 9 times. Also (in verbose mode) the message "File format 'file'" has been changed to "File format of 'file'".
Release Notes: mkstemp() is now used instead of tmpnam(). As a side effect of this security change, the value of the TMPDIR or TMP environment variable (if present) is used to construct the temporary file name, otherwise "/tmp" is used.
Release Notes: A more robust source format detection method is now used. It can detect binary files, mixed mode files, and files with no line endings at all. Automatic skipping of binary files can be done with the --skipbin option. A --test mode was added to allow checking filetype without converting. A --verbose option was added to show status messages while working. Then one gcc 2.96 warning has been fixed, and some installation and usage information in the documentation has been updated and fixed.