Release Notes: This is a beta release of updated build procedures to deal with the absence/presence of linux/config.h.
Release Notes: Fixes for bugs 1632001 and 1234134. Initial release of the new language-binding infrastructure. First formal release of Pedro's Python language binding and Neil's Java language binding. Small documentation corrections and updates. Handles deprecation of MODULE_PARM with conditional use of module_param(). Support for 2.4 kernels has been deprecated, and deprecation warnings at build time have been added. The documentation has been updated.
Release Notes: An update to the beta1 release, including a new Java language binding, a rearchitected language bindings build/install make approach, a few bugfixes, and updated documentation. This is intended to be the final beta release prior to a final 1.5.0 production release.
Release Notes: Fixes for two important bugs. A build infrastructure has been added for building/maintaining multiple language bindings on top of parapin. This is the first formal release of Pedro Werneck's Python language binding.
Release Notes: This is the first production/stable release for parapin. Changes since the previous beta2 release include fixing a small Makefile problem (one header file required for building kernel modules was not installed correctly) and reordering some conditional #include directives in parapin-linux.h to enable parapin to cleanly build on a wider variety of distributions.
Release Notes: This version features bugfixes for missing kernel module exports, a fix for an executable bit incorrectly set on libs, a fix for a typo in the comment for change_pin(), and an update to the pointer to the Rubini/Corbet book in the documentation.
Release Notes: This version features a new device driver wrapper "parapindriver" that provides access to the kparapin kernel module from userspace programs. This allows them to benefit from filesystem-based access control (it is still not possible to get notification of parallel port interrupts delivered back up to userspace). This version also features support to build on 2.6 kernel trees as well as 2.2/2.4 kernel trees, and a Makefile cleanup.
Release Notes: Fixes to work with all kernels up to 2.4, and various other minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: First public release.