Release Notes: This release contains fixes for some minor directory sorting bugs. The file display view now linkifies line numbers. When character set detection is enabled, ViewVC now requires the confidence level returned by the detection logic to be high in order to avoid errant character transcoding.
Release Notes: This minor release fixes a single regression introduced in ViewVC 1.1.19.
Release Notes: This release comes right on the heels of ViewVC 1.1.19, delivering fixes to regressions which slipped into that release unnoticed (until too late).
Release Notes: This maintenance release offers a few minor improvements. First, it fixes a regression triggered in views of Berkeley-DB-based Subversion repositories. Secondly, it makes some improvements to the experimental rcsparse-based CVS repository parsing logic. Finally, it provide a few small features and robustness improvements in ViewVC's commits database feature and the tooling which surrounds it.
Release Notes: This is a quickly-cut release containing a single fix for a regression bug introduced in 1.1.16.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release containing all the bug fixes and enhancements made to the 1.0.x line. Specific bugfixes in this release include a pair of security enhancements (including the fix for CVE-2012-4533).
Release Notes: This is in incremental release of the 1.1.x line. It contains a handful of minor bugfixes and enhancements, including the fix for a behavioral regression introduced into the 1.1.12 release (and tracked as issue #501).
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release with several improvements in various areas: error handling, performance, and UI.
Release Notes: This is a relatively quick followup to 1.1.9, which shipped with a stack-trace-causing bug in the Subversion revision info gathering logic.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release that includes all the bugfixes and enhancements made thus far to the 1.1.x line, including fixes for a pair of regression bugs (standalone.py failure on Windows, compression performance degradation).