Release Notes: This will hopefully be the last in the SDL 1.0 series. Changes include: Relative mouse motion works automatically in X11 fullscreen mode; DGA mouse support is now selectable via environment variable; SDL now opens /dev/dsp by default instead of ESD, unless you set the ESPEAKER environment variable; SDL now detects audio cards which are misconfigured on Linux and disables audio at runtime if it detects that audio isn't playing; Alt-Enter functionality has been disabled by default. It is still available programmatically - see the WhatsNew file for details; I now consider the MacOS support to be stable (tested with MacOS 9)
Release Notes: SDL 1.0.4 fixes a crash on monochrome and pseudocolor video displays under Linux, and adds improved audio support - including initial audio support under MacOS, improved WaveOut audio under Win32, and optional DMA audio under Linux. SDL 1.0.4 also has initial support for OpenBSD.
Release Notes: Improved framebuffer console support under Linux, use of mouse warping to provide relative mouse motion when input is grabbed and the cursor is hidden, and functionality under a fresh Win95 installation.
Release Notes: Improved MacOS support, framebuffer console hardware acceleration on Linux, and a MUCH-improved fullscreen X11 video driver.
Release Notes: Initial OpenGL support, with a new function SDL_GL_LoadProcAddress() to load GL extension functions.
Release Notes: Initial MacOS support.
Release Notes: Use of autoconf and automake.
Release Notes: Full automake/libtool support.
Release Notes: Although there are too many changes to count, SDL has reached a new stable release.