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  •  21 Jul 2006 08:51
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    Release Notes: The --traytoggle option was implemented, as for latest eject releases. A fix was made for running on PowerPC and other platforms where chars are unsigned. A few bashisms were fixed in the configure script, and gsed is now optional. XHTML documentation of unieject(1) and unieject.conf(5) was added. The build system was reorganized to build faster with parallel make.

    •  24 Jun 2006 03:25
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      Release Notes: A simple enhancement version that improves NLS support once again by removing the faulty Brazilian translation and adding working Portuguese and Spanish translations. It fixes the segmentation fault entirely. Also, this version ignores --scsi/-s parameters to be more compatible with the classic eject command.

      •  16 Jun 2006 13:46
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        Release Notes: This version adds improved NLS support, with more translations: Dutch, German, Brazilian Portuguese, and Argentine Spanish. It also fixes a segmentation fault, and makes ejection of USB flash drives work out of the box (before it required a bit of toying around).

        •  05 Jun 2006 06:33
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          Release Notes: This is mainly a bugfix release, but an Italian translation was also added. It no longer fails with an error in almost every case.

          •  30 Dec 2005 20:26
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            Release Notes: First service release. Mainly replace the old man pages with new ones written in DocBook, but also fixes the autotools support to make it more sane, and adds extern "C" for functions in libunieject.

            •  30 Aug 2005 22:23
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              Release Notes: This release has working gettext support. The "loadcd" alias has been added to trayclose. Now releases are built with make dist, and it also generates the ChangeLog using an svn2cl XSL file (require xsltproc and access to the unieject SVN repository, which is not public right now). Preliminary support for Doxygen has been added. Now unieject builds fine without any kind of warning.

              •  31 Jul 2005 06:15
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                Release Notes: This is a major release. Gettext (internationalization) support was added. Support for a configuration file with default parameters was added to the unieject command. Support for configurable umount wrappers like pumount and hmount was added. A test manpage for the libunieject_setspeed(3) function was written. This version requires libconfuse and builds only with GCC and ICC (with support for __attribute__((constructor)).

                •  25 Jul 2005 17:06
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                  Release Notes: The default access method for Linux CD-ROMs was changed from ioctl to READ_CD, as ioctl seems to be broken on SCSI media. The man page was improved with information about the environment variables affecting the execution. A parameter was added to change the access mode for the command, and another parameter was added to set the debug level for libcdio output (but doesn't affect unieject verbosity).

                  •  23 Jul 2005 23:10
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                    Release Notes: This is the second public "working" version, and the first to hit Gentoo's Portage. Compared to the first release, it features a complete manpage for the unieject tool, a "wannabe stable" API interface, and a complete FreeBSD support for both direct ATAPI mode and CAM mode.

                    •  23 Jul 2005 07:48
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                      Release Notes: Unmount, eject, and tray close support works on both Linux and FreeBSD. The documentation is still vague and needs a man page.

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