Accordian turns 1 year old today, but it has been 6-7 months since the last release. Accordian 1.2 is in (slow) progress, as I have shifted the bulk of my free attention to other projects. It will be descended directly from 1.0, which is Win32, and possibly interfaced with WINE to allow it to run on Linux and Solaris. The main new feature will be the ability to select specific game numbers to play.
Accordian 1.1 has been built for Solaris (finally). I know I said it would be out a while ago, but I ran into difficulty trying to get drag and drop to work, and asking around on internet forums didn't help too much. A special thanks to the folks at qtforum.org, whose system never allowed me to register and therefore post, and who didn't respond when I asked them about it. Anyway, I guess I learned a lesson: don't say a release is coming until the program is fully functional.
It has come to my attention that Accordian 1.1, because of the way Qt compiled it, requires some special DLLs to run. I have uploaded them onto the 1.1 Release. Unfortunately they are very large (2MB archived). Sorry for any troubles this may/have cause/d.
Accordian 1.1 has been released. It makes use of the Qt toolkit, and so is portable to many OSes. It is currently only compiled for Windows though.
Within the next few days Accordian 1.1 will be released. It will use the Qt toolkit, making it source compatible with many different platforms. I will see what I can do about compiling it on different platforms.
The Win32 version of Accordian has now been released. Use 7-Zip to extract the .7z files.
First files for the Windows version will be released by this weekend (6/18/2005) at the latest.