Release Notes: The installation for Windows Command Prompt has been simplified and the manual has been updated.
Release Notes: The WCDHOME environment variable no longer changes the default scanning directory ($HOME or /). The default scan directory can be changed with the WCDSCAN environment variable, and WCDHOME only changes the location of files. Error messages were made clearer and installation of the shell function was improved.
Release Notes: Line drawing characters are used for the graphical tree. Generated documentation files are excluded from the source package. Some minor cleanup was done.
Release Notes: This version includes a wcd port for Windows PowerShell. Another Win32 port of gettext (gnuwin32) is used that automatically detects language and relocation. Sorting of matches with locale support has been added.
Release Notes: Support was added for UNC paths on Cygwin.
Release Notes: The program can now dump all matches to stdout. An alternative way of navigating through the tree was provided. The Windows version now supports the use of original console colours.
Release Notes: You can specify filters with the environment variable WCDFILTER. All directories that don't match the filter(s) are ignored. Bans can be added with the environment variable WCDBAN, and excludes with the environment variable WCDEXCLUDE. The duplicate wcd.c file for DJGPP has been removed.
Release Notes: The Windows console version supports Windows LAN UNC paths, and the -gd option will dump all treefiles that are read.
Release Notes: The graphical tree mode now supports terminal resizing (on systems that support it). Wildcards are now supported in the ban file. Paths can now be excluded from disk scanning. The sideways scrolling of the matchlist has been improved. You can now optionally keep paths in treedata when they are not there anymore. The source now compiles with the LCC windows compiler.
Release Notes: Some features have been added for navigating through the tree, including zooming (zooms into a subtree, on multiple levels), folding (collapses and uncollapses directories), and condense (folds one or more levels of directories at once).