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  •  05 Jun 2005 11:10
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    Release Notes: This release features a general code cleanup and documentation improvement. A number of warnings and sign issues were fixed. OS detection was added to the configure. There is FreeBSD 5.x support and progress towards Mac OS X support.

    •  02 Mar 2005 14:20
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      Release Notes: This version includes ECN support, better ICMP type detection and reporting, and AF-independent resolver functions as the first step towards IPv6 support.

      •  02 Mar 2005 09:01
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        Release Notes: Some of the new features included in this release include AS lookups, several new command  line flags, libcap functionality, timestamps with several formats, several environmental variables, a memory leak fix, and a new  curses output style.

        •  13 Dec 2004 20:14
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          Release Notes: Some of the new features include AS lookups, several new command line flags, libcap functionality, timestamps with several formats, several environmental variables, the memory leek fix, and the new curses output style.

          •  13 Oct 2004 08:21
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            Release Notes: In this version, new features include autonomous system number lookups, timestamp options, new environmental variables to control behavior, and a new curses interface. This version uses libcap to limit superuser privileges where libcap is available. It also fixes a minor memory leak problem.

            •  09 Aug 2004 07:19
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              Release Notes: This release features random starting source ports, reverse tracing, several new output styles including an easily scriptable style, improved documentation, and an improved installation procedure. A wrapper script written in Perl that allows for monitoring of path changes is also available. A server daemon version has been started.

              •  30 Jul 2004 01:55
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                Release Notes: This release implements a random offset for the starting source port if the user doesn't specify a source port. The scriptable output style is improved slightly and a new flag was added to allow the user to trace to the destination repeatedly for a specific number of iterations.

                •  27 Jul 2004 10:29
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