Release Notes: A new Address Book Browser lets you search LDAP directories by Common Name, select entries, then export them in LDIF format. This makes it possible to copy address book entries from Lotus Notes, etc. to the address book of GNUstep's GNUMail.app.
Release Notes: The NiceScrollPane was improved, and now allows you to scroll Swing components like tables using NeXTSTEP-like scrollbars. A NiceSTEP yEnc Decoder application is now included. This program allows you to decode Usenet postings in the popular yEnc format.
Release Notes: NiceSTEP now uses JDK 1.2 features like drag and drop file management and improved printing with a better selection of fonts. In addition, the NiceSTEP application framework has been enhanced to make it easier to add new menu options to the canonical menu.
Release Notes: NiceSTEP now includes the NiceSTEP Application Framework which allows you to easily create truly N*XT-like applications with multiple document windows, a canonical menu with tear-off submenus, and more.
Release Notes: A new sample project (NiceSTEP Java Tar, a Tar/Zip utility with a GUI that performs most of the functions of a program like WinZip) and several bugfixes.
Release Notes: With this release, NiceSTEP is feature complete. Swing components like JTable can be scrolled using a NiceScrollPane, giving them the N*XT look and feel too.
Release Notes: New components NiceChoice and NicePulldownButton have been added. NiceTextField and NiceTextArea now work with any font, not just monospaced fonts. Many bugs have been fixed. For the first time you can write an application using only NiceSTEP, because every java.awt widget now has a NiceSTEP equivalent.
Release Notes: NiceSTEP CD Burner can now print CD labels. A new TextField component has been added. The AppMenu and ToolbarButon components are improved, the ListBox now follows the focus, and there are a complete set of icons for your IDE's palette. Many, many bug fixes were made, especially in the text editing components.
Release Notes: This release includes two new applications: an FTP client with N*XT-style directory navigation and a CD burning frontend to mkisofs and cdrecord that also prints a nice jewel case insert for your CDs and checks filenames for Joliet filesystems to see that they are 64 characters or less, prompting you to rename them if they are not. The NiceScrollBar now looks much nicer and properly handles having a thumb that is a minimum size. Many bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: All components are lightweight and support double buffering. All dialogs are much more like their N*XT counterparts. Slide Projector has a new, much more N*XT-like look, and a new application, NiceSTEP editor, has been started. There were also many bugfixes.