Release Notes: Support for compiling on a wider variety of systems, better SCS support, the ability to specify an SSL protocol, and changes in the keymapping code.
Release Notes: The latest version of tn5250 adds many things, of which the most notable is the return of Win32 support. Also included are SSL client certificate support, a filter to convert SCS streams to PDF, color remapping, and the usual slew of bugfixes. The license has also been changed to LGPL to allow distribution with certain other programs (most notably OpenSSL).
Release Notes: SSL support, a man page for tn5250rc (the config file), and some additional key mappings.
Release Notes: This release includes a number of small bug fixes, some documentation enhancements, and several new features. tn5250 now supports rule lines (similar to those in IBM's Client Access), font specification in the .tn5250rc, and the addition of scs2ps, a standalone program that converts SCS to Postscript.
Release Notes: A bug was fixed in the handling of display inhibition. MC (Move Cursor) order, Read Immediate Alternate, and Read MDT Fields Alternate commands were implemented, and support of such is indicated to the host. The TD (Transparent Data) order was also implemented, but there is apparently nowhere to indicate this to the host. The remaining keyboard handling was moved from session.c to display.c, and tn5250_display_waitevent no longer returns keyboard events. The refresh() call was added to cursesterm.c. A quick Perl script was written to insert Robodoc comment headers for all the functions.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes, full FreeBSD support, and support for all 5250 terminal keys.
Release Notes: Numerous bug and compilation fixes as well as support for 132 column displays.