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  •  07 Jul 2005 00:28
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    Release Notes: This release adds improved logging and syslog support and SSL support. The binary size without the new features is essentially the same.

    •  24 Oct 2004 09:35
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      Release Notes: Added a missing header, to resolve build problems on some systems.

      •  22 Oct 2004 19:56
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        Release Notes: This release adds support for No-IP.com and cleans up the code somewhat.

        •  21 Sep 2004 09:27
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          Release Notes: This release adds a rc.ddnsu script and a ddnsu.conf.sample, and fixes a segfault in error reporting. When an error occurs, both the error code and the error word are reported for the dyndns.org service. Config file support was added. Disabling it does not seem to decrease the size of the binary. The Makefile was fixed; earlier when CFLAGS was specified from the command line it would overwrite future internal additions to the CFLAGS variable.

          •  13 Sep 2004 22:36
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            Release Notes: This release adds host and port options, changes the polling option from -P to -I, corrects the dyndns GET line, and changes the Makefile to support PREFIX, BINDIR, and DESTDIR.

            •  13 Sep 2004 02:51
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              Release Notes: This release adds support for polling an interface and updating the IP address when it changes, as well as storing the state of the last update. Both are optional at compile-time.

              •  11 Sep 2004 07:42
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                Release Notes: Support for dtdns.com was temporarily removed, the code was cleaned up, and error reporting was improved. The debugging mode is now optional at compile time.

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