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  •  21 Oct 2007 10:01
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    Release Notes: This is another bugfix release with some minor i18n and ./configure tweaks. Ubuntu 7.10 (Gutsy Gibbon) .deb packages are also available now.

    •  30 Jun 2007 20:05
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      Release Notes: This is mostly a bugfix release with notable changes including the addition of experimental GPX support, a reduction in disk usage, better proxy support, various GPS compatibility fixes, and a Windows 2000 compatibility fix. Note that you will have to recompile your maps after upgrading.

      •  24 Feb 2007 20:01
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        Release Notes: Notable changes include adding support for flite and Mac OS X's built-in text to speech engine, an improved routing algorithm, reduced disk space requirements, and many bugfixes.

        •  04 Nov 2006 23:04
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          Release Notes: This is a major release with notable changes including improved performance, the addition of preliminary OpenStreetMap support, the addition of a GPS autodetect feature, and the addition of a zoom bar to the UI.

          •  19 Aug 2006 00:33
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            Release Notes: This is mostly a bugfix release, adapting Roadnav to the new location of the TIGER/Line and GNIS data, fixing a GTK hang, improving gpsd reliability, and adding some smaller changes.

            •  16 Jul 2006 06:01
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              Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, resolving some performance and stability issues.

              •  04 Jun 2006 17:47
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                Release Notes: Major changes in this release include a rewritten shortest route algorithm, additional map labels when there is ambiguity, an enhanced GPS window, address lookup performance improvements, and many bugfixes.

                •  01 Dec 2005 21:56
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                  Release Notes: With this release, the core functionality is available in a separate LGPL'd library, LibRoadnav. Also new in this version is more fine grained control over themes, the ability to change the GPS marker icon, smarter screen repositioning, LCDproc support, and many smaller changes. This version also fixes the stability problems under Mac OS X.

                  •  12 Oct 2005 18:40
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