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  •  22 May 2003 12:04
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    Release Notes: Searching is now fixed and the result appear properly on the screen. Searches are now performed case-insensitive. The ability to search forwards or backwards for the next match was added. There is now a dependency on libvc if you want to perform your own build of rolo. libvc can be downloaded from the rolo Web site. The mutt_vc_query utility is no longer distributed with rolo, and is now a separate package which can be downloaded from the rolo Web site.

    •  04 May 2003 14:32
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      Release Notes: This release has a new utility for Mutt's query_command called mutt_vc_query. This utility allows a Mutt user to query the email addresses in contacts.vcf with the Q command in Mutt.

      •  26 Apr 2003 08:21
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        Release Notes: Preferred telephone number and email addresses are now displayed in the index screen (but only if the parameter is specified exactly as TYPE=pref). A few more "convenience functions" were added to the vcard API.

        •  19 Apr 2003 19:41
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          Release Notes: The vCard library has a brand-spanking-new API (the library is still not easily available for public consumption, but accessible for those determined, i.e., figure out how to link to it yourself for now). More telephone numbers and email addresses are displayed in the view screen. The sources are now available in Tar/Bzip2 format for the bandwith impaired.

          •  10 Apr 2003 10:32
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            Release Notes: The view screen was simplified to 5 groupings, and the help screen was updated to reflect the changes.

            •  03 Apr 2003 18:03
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              Release Notes: The view screen has been updated to include more fields and split into groups for your viewing pleasure. VCard entries are now displayed in the order they appear in the contacts.vcf file. A man page has been created for rolo(1).

              •  28 Mar 2003 17:37
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                Release Notes: A datafile is now created upon the startup of rolo if it does not already exist. The datafile is located at $HOME/.rolo/contacts.vcf. A core dump which occurred upon adding the first entry in an empty datafile has been fixed. Performance improvements have been made for those cases in which an edit, add, or delete is aborted; the index refresh is spared in those circumstances. The help screens have been updated to match the functionality implemented thus far.

                •  22 Mar 2003 16:46
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                  Release Notes: This release adds edit, add, and delete functionality. The editor defined in the environment variable EDITOR will now be used for editing and adding an entry. Be prepared to get your hands dirty with the vCard syntax.

                  •  07 Mar 2003 10:29
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                    Release Notes: Upon startup, this version now sorts the contacts in ascending order by family name. The user may also choose other fields to sort by by pressing "s" in the index screen. There is also a feature for filtering contact entries based on a given filter string. This can be activated by pressing "f" in the index screen.

                    •  28 Feb 2003 16:56
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                      Release Notes: The build system has been restructured with the help of autoconf and automake to provide a more robust build. Cosmetic tweaks and help files have been updated. Rolo will now keep track of your contacts using vCard as the storage format and will display to the end user using NCurses. It strives to be a well-constructed tool for complimenting text-based email programs (such as mutt).

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