Release Notes: Two major bugs have been fixed. AltGr now works properly on the Linux console. The build could fill the disk with a huge help file due to a bug in the help file generator.
Release Notes: This version features FHS compliance, support for glib 2.0, support for mouse wheel, more useful keyboard shortcuts, safer extfs scripts, and lots of bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version has fixes for remotely exploitable buffer overflows in the virtual filesystem (VFS). It also accumulates a year of bugfixes and code cleanups. The GNOME edition is no longer part of the distribution.
Release Notes: Features such as Ctrl-O support in the viewer and editor, better support for various terminals, and syntax highlighting for more file types were added. Experimental features such as charset conversion and large file support on 32-bit systems were also included. Most known bugs were fixed, and portability was improved.
Release Notes: This version makes the GNOME frontend work better with Nautilus, adds case insensitive search, and fixes a memory leak in the SMB code.
Release Notes: This is the first version that uses GNU Automake. It also fixes many bugs and portability issues. The translations for many languages have been improved.
Release Notes: This is the last version to be actively maintained. The GNOME edition is in stabilization and maintenance phase only. A new file manager is being written for the GNOME project.
Release Notes: Many minor changes.
Release Notes: This release is part of October Gnome.
Release Notes: gmc now supports transparent icon backgrounds and seems to be very stable.