Release Notes: The inverted cursor support has been improved. SSL uses a system-wide trust certificate store. SASL works with other methods than MD5. Many regression fixes piled up from previous releases have been added.
Release Notes: spice-gtk now supports c&p line ending conversion automatically. Smartcard initialization and usbredir fixes are included. Overall performance has been improved by flushing pending messages and optimizing a few functions. This release also includes the CVE-2011-1485 fix.
Release Notes: This release adds adaptive video streaming support, basic gtk+ wayland and broadway support, and many fixes.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix-only release. The screenshot tool has been renamed spicy-screenshot.
Release Notes: This release fixes building with the gtk+ unstable release.
Release Notes: This release adds a few features, such as drag-and-drop of files. The multi-monitor support has been improved. There are also fixes for crashes, building, and introspection.
Release Notes: This release fixes SSL crashes introduced in release 0.15 and fixes a few minor bugs.
Release Notes: The focus has been on bug squashing. It is now possible to disable CELT encoding at runtime. Compatibility with old servers has improved. The build system has been updated, and it now shares more code with other Spice projects.
Release Notes: USB redirection has been added. There are many drawing, cursor, and keyboard fixes included. It supports semi-seamless migration, mini-headers, and Vala bindings generation.
Release Notes: The smartcard support has been added. Video playback performance has improved. With qemu support, you can now change guest audio volume. On Windows, the controller interface is now using NamedPipe.
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