Release Notes: This version fixes exit status codes when just "missing files" are found.
Release Notes: RipeMD160 is now used for both current-state reports and file checksums, instead of MD5 and SHA1 (respectively). This release introduces support for delayed failures.
Release Notes: Changes in the file type are now detected correctly, as are changes to device node major/minor numbers and symlink targets. Support for systems without static linking support was added. Directories configured to be ignored are now ignored.
Release Notes: Large file support is now built-in by default on platforms that have LFS. There was a minor bugfix in the human-readable reporting of files that were changed to symlink.
Release Notes: This stable release includes many portability enhancements. auxiliary tools in utils directory now display checksums by default.
Release Notes: Portability has been greatly enhanced, allowing integrit to compile "out of the box" on non-GNU-oriented platforms (e.g. HP-UX). The exit status now provides rudimentary information about integrit's findings in a way similar to the cmp and diff tools.
Release Notes: Bug caused by ignoring read failures fixed. Build process enhanced so that whole build doesn't fail when install-info isn't found. FAQ added to texinfo documentation.
Release Notes: This release includes a couple of bugfixes and many improvements. All included code is now GPL, and external dependencies (OpenSSL) have been eliminated. Runtime options have been added for controlling verbosity and for specifying databases. Hashtbl and file tree walk code has been enhanced. The build process has been improved: a user can tune when mmap is used, and there's improved backward compatibility with non-C99-conformant systems. Texinfo documentation has been added.
Release Notes: The byte-order problem was solved, allowing integrit to run properly on big-endian machines. An RPM spec file was added. The report includes more information and is more readable. More error checking and code enhancements were added. Portability has been improved after abandoning readdir_r.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release. It includes a new tool, i-ls, that allows users to view integrit-related information (ctime, SHA-1 checksum, etc.) for live files. Also, there are improvements to the installation procedures and to integrit's portability.