Release Notes: Sparse files and hard links are now properly supported.
Release Notes: This is little more than version 2.3.7 declared "stable". Changes include fixing a crash when terminating the program while still reading directories, a "stop" button that aborts directory reading, and a German translation.
Release Notes: Directory reading is now 20 times faster.
Release Notes: Support for Asian languages was improved. A Japanese translation was added.
Release Notes: This version was ported to KDE 3.
Release Notes: The online help texts were completed, "help" buttons were added to all dialogs, and logging to stdout was drastically reduced. This is the final stable release, and is the official version of KDirStat for KDE 2.x.
Release Notes: Some issues with huge numbers were fixed. This affects directory trees larger than 2 GB as well as most non-Intel architectures (PPC, SPARC etc.). Updating to this version is recommended.
Release Notes: This is the first release candidate of KDirStat for KDE-2.x. The initial version of the online help text is now there. Other than that, just a few cosmetic changes were made.
Release Notes: Some update problems which occurred after using cleanup actions were fixed. Keyboard accelerators for some standard cleanup actions were added. Parameters for cleanup actions are now embedded in double quotes to allow file names with blanks.
Release Notes: Some repaint errors were fixed. A new "send feedback mail" feature was added. This allows you to let the author of the program know your opinion of the program.