Release Notes: Separate binaries for console (xt) and X11 mode (xtx) operation (no more invocation through pcxterm required for X11 mode), updated ecurses and XVT libraries, and various bugfixes.
Release Notes: Releases are now as open source under the GNU GPL. This version adds support for the MacOS X platform as well as for Windows/Cygwin compilation. The main program enhancement is native X11 support through its own customized X-terminal (pcxterm) and extended curses library (ecurses). This allows modifier keypress detection for ALT and SHIFT (TAG-commands) the same way as in DOS-XTree. More additions include a filetype info command (ALT-What), a German language interface option, and lots of minor improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Recent additions include a builtin hexeditor, a builtin filecompare utility ("JFC"), capability to open compressed files, a "directory"-keyword as available pattern for color coding, a paste most recent used entry hotkey (F3), an environment variable "$XTINIT" to specify an alternate resource file, a search ignore case option, improved FTP logging capabilites, a FreeBSD build available as binary download, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: New additions include a color-coded file display, menu-style multi entry history function on all input fields, a "Goto Dir" command ("/"), support for editing and generating absolute and relative symlinks in link commands, cross-device move ability, and some file viewer enhancements.
Release Notes: New additions include support for gzip files and logging gztar files, automatic insert of current filename on archive log, RPM file to deliverables, and xterm-c.trm file for Linux users with color-xterm. Changes include ALT-'R'elease node now only releases current node, *.trm file additions for various function keys, and a different version numbering pattern. A bug in which Alt-'Q'uit crashed on restart was fixed.
Release Notes: An application-menu and a "-a" (enter-app-menu) cmd-line option were added. Dir-menu commmands were changed so that a CR from the dir-menu will log a non-logged directory but not enter it, and will enter a directory if already logged. Some terminal definition issues were fixed.