All releases of Zero Install Injector

  •  27 Jun 2009 17:57
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    Release Notes: Compiling from source is now much easier, with an "Automatic" mode that downloads the source code and builds the program, and any dependencies, recursively. The menu for setting the selected version of a program or viewing a cached version is easier to find. Several error messages are now more helpful.

    •  25 Apr 2009 20:02
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      Release Notes: FTP downloads now work correctly with Python 2.6, and some deprecation warnings and other minor bugs have been fixed.

      •  08 Mar 2009 15:32
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        Release Notes: Background update notifications now work with Ubuntu/Jaunty's new notification system. Support for the Fink packaging system was added. Bug reports now contain more detailed information in the case that no version of a program could be selected. A translation framework was added, including a Swedish translation.

        •  18 Jan 2009 14:51
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          Release Notes: When unpacking lzma-compressed archives, the unpacker is now fetched through Zero Install if necessary. A new "audit" command allows the integrity of all cached software to be checked at once. If running software using sudo, 0launch no longer leaves root-owned files in the user's home directory. Various bugs were fixed.

          •  30 Nov 2008 20:20
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            Release Notes: Minor bugs were fixed in the code to avoid rechecking a failed feed too often, for selecting source code versions for compiling, and for saving user preferences about preferred versions. The dialog for managing installed applications was improved.

            •  06 Sep 2008 22:16
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              Release Notes: Downloading should now be less CPU-intensive. A distribution is no longer assumed to be RPM-based just because /var/lib/rpm exists. When considering Debian distribution packages, the architecture is now considered: for example, a 64-bit Debian library cannot be used with a 32-bit main executable. Some progress has been made towards supporting Windows.

              •  16 Aug 2008 17:53
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                Release Notes: Support for multi-arch systems, which can run both 32- and 64-bit binaries, was added. There is a workaround for a bug in xdg-desktop-menu for programs with spaces in their names. Options have been added to specify the OS and CPU type manually. The 0export command is provided to turn any Zero Install application into a self-extracting bundle.

                •  18 Jun 2008 23:17
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                  Release Notes: A new Manage Applications feature lets you upgrade, remove, or change versions of applications added to the GNOME or KDE menus. The bug report dialog now provides a link to existing bug reports. The program that adds launchers to the desktop Applications menu is now bundled in the main package. Various other UI improvements and bugfixes were made.

                  •  04 May 2008 20:38
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                    Release Notes: Package information and GPG keys can be downloaded from a mirror service if the main site is unavailable. Checking for updates is automatically disabled if the NetworkManager D-BUS service is present and reports the status as offline. A number of bugs introduced by the large API changes in 0.32 were fixed.

                    •  24 Feb 2008 12:58
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                      Release Notes: The graphical front-end has been redesigned to use fewer separate dialog boxes. The Python API has been refactored to be more modular and more flexible. Many error messages are now more helpful. A number of minor bugs were fixed. An introductory video is now available on the front page.

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