Release Notes: This release adds history support and auto-complete in the address bar. It adds history tabs. It fixes downloads. The move to Qt 5.1 for the Windows binaries adds stability.
Release Tags: Alpha
Tags: Browsers, Qt5
Licenses: BSD Original
Release Notes: The barcode examples were changed to automatically search for the barcode class path (in case the examples directory is not installed under the TCPDF root).
Tags: Software Development, Libraries, php classes, Text Processing
Release Notes: Support for running awlsim on Python 2 and PyPy interpreters was added. Various REAL arithmetics fixes were applied. Performance improvements were made.
Tags: awl, STL, sps, PLC, Step7, siemens
Release Notes: Correction of a bug in the reading of Nastran PBEAM properties from a BDF file.
Release Notes: This release adds support for improved cross-referencing, syntax highlighting, and call graphs by using LLVM/clang to parse the source code. It adds support for DocBook output and for parsing UNO IDL files (used by Libre Office). It includes a number of smaller changes and improvements as well as a large number of bugfixes.
Tags: Software Development, Documentation
Release Notes: The game is now fully playable, which means everything should work as intended. Many bugfixes and additions. This goes along with a new Web site and a few added translations.
Tags: remake, Engine, Game, Game Engine
Release Notes: Autooconf cleanup, a change to lfcbase, and an upgrade to the GPLv3.
Tags: Software Development, Code Generators
Release Notes: To solve another naming conflict with Fedora, the include path was renamed from lfc to lfcbase (requires lfcbase-1.5.4 and lfcxml-1.1.3 ). The license was upgraded to the GPLv3.
Tags: Database, Front-Ends, Database Engines/Servers
Release Notes: This is the first stable release. Improvements to the existing version control handlers, new support for rebuilding packages directly from apt, and improved daemon support in the client.
Release Tags: Stable, major release
Tags: amqp, Toolkit, Debian, buildd, Python, Message Queues, SVN, git integration
Release Notes: The ability to force a background color for clipboard/Web copy. The ability to launch an Internet browser when uploading is done. A Polish translation. Some cosmetic changes. An image uploading service (tof.canardpc.com/). External Qxt library on Linux. A fix for an untimely exit when HotShots is minimized. A change to the default style on Linux. Corrects a problem with transparency for clipboard/Web copy. Corrects invalid bounding rectangle when items are outside the background image.
Tags: Screen Capture, annotation, Utilites, Documentation
Release Notes: The file extension 'pstex_t' has been replaced by 'pdftex_t'.
Release Tags: Minor bugfixes
Tags: Text Processing, Markup, TeX/LaTeX, Software Development, Documentation
Release Notes: This release adds a scheduling option for workouts (schedules are collections of workouts that are done in succession). All parts of the site are open to all users; no need to register anymore (this is done via custom middleware). Regular users can submit exercises and ingredients to be included in the general list after being approved by an administrator. More 'human' units have been added to ingredients, like '1 cup' or '1 slice'. A nutritional values calculator has been added to the ingredient detail page. Several bugfixes. Usability improvements. Speed improvements by optimizing some SQL queries.
Tags: WebApp, fitness, workout, diet
Release Notes: This release mainly focuses on the help file, which has been greatly improved. During the writing of the help file, the discovered issues have been fixed. Small improvements to the GUI have been made to improve the experience in using Data Crow. This is the first release in a long time having completely up-to-date help.
Release Tags: Major
Tags: Home Automation, multimedia
Release Notes: This release adds small updates and improvements. The major new features are native support for Qt5 application development and experimental support for Visual Studio compilers (though not yet for the IDE).
Tags: build system
Licenses: Apache 2.0
Release Notes: This release adds support for high-resolution mouse wheels.
Tags: SQL, browser, Frontend, Database
Licenses: Apache 2.0
Release Notes: This release adds support for high-resolution mouse wheels and for Informix nonlogging raw tables.
Tags: Database, Front-Ends, Software Development, Testing, Utilities, Archiving, Test Data, Database Subsetting
Licenses: Apache 2.0
Release Notes: This version is now compatible with PHP 5.2.0 and will work on Microsoft Windows. Also included is a more robust version of functions for MySQL (both mysql and mysqli extensions supported), and a couple of bugfixes.
Tags: CMS, content, Web, management
Licenses: free software
Release Notes: This release adds the DevicePath property to HidDevice. This is useful for differentiating devices with the same VID, PID, etc.
Tags: Software Development, Libraries, USB, HID
Release Notes: PostgresConnection was optimized. SQLObject now uses INSERT...RETURNING id to get the autoincremented ID in one query instead of two (INSERT + SELECT id) (PostgreSQL 8.2 required). SQLObject now generates NCHAR/NVARCHAR and N''-quoted strings for MS SQL.
Release Tags: Major feature enhancements
Tags: Database, Software Development, Libraries, Python Modules
Release Notes: New g726 audio codec, MWI (message waiting indication), and snapshot (for saving a video stream as PNG images) modules were added. An internal audio resampler was added. There were many improvements and bugfixes.
Tags: SIP, voip, STUN, turn, ICE, RTP, RTCP, SRTP, H263, h264, Speex, CELT, G722, OPUS
Licenses: BSD Revised