Release Notes: NDN should now work with older Linux kernels again (the ELF format was bad). Some configuration files have been updated, and there were bugs fixed in inputlines, command execution, the info panel, and screen mode handling.
Release Notes: This release contains minor feature enhancements and bugfixes to the file execution handling, DPMI32 in WinNT+, Turbo Vision, DBF viewer, and the Windows context menu.
Release Notes: This release includes many bugfixes and improvements in mouse handling, Turbo Vision and related code, languages, the internal editor and viewer, video modes, histories, external file execution, the file panel, configuration, archives, ASCII table, calculator, and header viewer.
Release Notes: The internal desktop version handling was improved. A C interface library was added for future additions. The FTP VFS was enhanced and now also works in DOS. The "External Quick Directories" feature was added. The socket interface used in NDN is publicly available on the homepage.
Release Notes: This release contains several updates to the internal editor, FTP/TEMP VFS, file panel, delete operations, and archive handling.
Release Notes: This release fixes issues in the dbf viewer, English status lines, calculator, editor, command line, and the FTP VFS.
Release Notes: A new version of the PCRE library has been added. The regex replacement function has been improved. There were minor bugfixes to the FTP VFS, file viewer, editor, and dbf viewer.
Release Notes: This release works much better with all the X terminal emulators (no more crashes). Simple VP programs now work in the FreeBSD Linuxulator (not NDN, though). Several bugfixes and improvements were made to the editor, FTP VFS, copy code, file panels, 7zip archives, and calculator.
Release Notes: This release mainly contains internal code changes, as several core VP RTL files were merged with external sources. It has been verified to work in Vista, and contains bugfixes and enhancements to the internal editor and viewer.
Release Notes: This release contains mainly bugfixes to the internal viewer and editor, clock, file panel, histories, calculator, and cursor handling. 64-bit decoding and some new instructions have been added to the internal disassembler. Many calculator operations were extended, corrected, or added.