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  •  07 Sep 1999 22:02
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    Release Notes: This release fixes bugs in the Move and DirParent commands, various pathname parsing issues, and more. It adds a few new commands, and features a return to the "old" (pre-0.11.8) history system. It also adds a new numerical sorting mode, plus the usual amount of general touch-ups, fixes, and improvements. If you use gentoo, please upgrade.

    •  27 Jun 1999 18:28
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      Release Notes: Plenty of bugfixes, of course... Also reimplemented a couple of things that got lost in the big style-system-rewrite back in 0.11.7 (icon column sorting, for example). and added a couple of new features. You can now map commands to mouse button clicks in panes, which is nifty. The history system has been rewritten too, and now sports browser-esque Back and Forward navigation buttons. All in all, a well-needed update.

      •  01 Jun 1999 14:40
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        Release Notes: This release adds support for symbolic link handling in panes, as well as commands to create and edit links. Handling of large (> 2 GB) directories should be better, too. The style system used to format and handle rows has been completely rewritten, and is a lot more flexible now.

        •  18 May 1999 16:26
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          Release Notes: Don't let the version number fool you: this is a rather major new release. New features include: multi-face buttons (left and middle mouse buttons access different commands) with custom color support; built-in commands now take arguments; rudimentary keyboard navigation. Many bugfixes, general rewrites, and tweaks have been included as well.

          •  23 Apr 1999 08:51
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            Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. User-defined command input dialogs haven't worked since 0.11.1, several minor buglets in various commands have been fixed, the behaviour of the GetSize command has been extended, there's a ClearSize command to revert to a plain file-system view of directory sizes, the annoying "OK" message that indicated successful command execution has been removed, a weird bug/misbehaviour in command output capturing is (hopefully) fixed.

            •  06 Apr 1999 15:58
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              Release Notes: This version adds display of filesystem free space, and configurability of individual commands. It also fixes a few bugs. Further, the performance of command output capturing has been improved a great deal, and the hex viewer has been made a lot more memory-efficient.

              •  30 Mar 1999 12:45
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                Release Notes: The command selection dialog in (yesterday's) 0.11.2 wouldn't let you click on command names to select them. Also, there were a few lines missing from the main gentoo.h header file which made compilation a bit more difficult than necessary on some systems.

                •  29 Mar 1999 14:42
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                  Release Notes: Added two lacking "OK" buttons of 0.11, there was a debugging printf() left in the code, the "Show Dir's File System Size" flag thingy was completely broken, widget updating on Action editing was also out, gentoo displays pretty icon graphics when iconified now, example config somewhat enhanced and you can now cancel the Info and GetSize commands.

                  •  25 Mar 1999 11:45
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                    Release Notes: gentoo has been ported to and now requires GTK+ 1.2.0. The port results in better window resizing behaviour and pane recentering, but there have been many new features added as well. The file selections in panes is now handled by GTK+, so it now supports i.e. dragging to scroll the pane around. gentoo now has much better keyboard support as well. <P><B>Caveat:</B> handling of symbolic links is (arguably) worse now, so if you really depend on that you might want to keep using the old 0.9.24 release a while longer.

                    •  03 Mar 1999 13:50
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                      Release Notes: Added a neat ViewTextOrHex command, which looks at the first few bytes of a file and then does the right thing, real neat; almost sort of rewrote the command definition quote handler, it's way better now; generally enhanced some menu brace-codes and the resulting dialog layout; fixed the some bugs; and so on.

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