Release Notes: This release included several important new features and bugfixes. pcap-level information can be edited, including timestamps, wire size, and caplen of packets. The protocol a user last chose explicitly is now remembered correctly when switching to another packet. Rendering of nested, identical protocols now works correctly (for example, the IP header contained in an ICMP message was not shown). Large file support was added. A problem where editing the TCP ACK number caused the sequence number to be changed instead was fixed. A segfault in the cut and paste code was fixed.
Release Notes: Although little has changed in the GUI, this is almost a rewrite of the 0.2 codebase, because the architecture has been completely revamped. The new features that stand out are the ability to edit multiple traces, a hex editor to edit packet content, and the ability to perform live captures.
Release Notes: Timestamp popup support, better notebook navigation, fix for loading issues with extended tcpdump files, "Truncated packet" pixmap previously missing from the releases, splash screen, "Recently used" entries in the file menu, option to show the full path or only the file name in the window title, modification indicator in the GUI, Added commandline option to print out the plugin directory, and an icon to use in your favourite file manager were added. Support for ARP/RARP and PPP was started, and all user-visible strings are now translatable.