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gnubiff 2.1.0

gnubiff 2.1.0 has been released

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2004-12-22

gnubiff 2.0.3 released

Thanks to the amazing efforts of Robert Sowada, gnubiff 2.0.3 has been released with a lot of security and bug fixes.

Nicolas

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2004-11-30

gnubiff 2.0.2

gnubiff 2.0.2 has been released with a lot of a bugfix. gnubiff is now on cvs on sourceforge.net

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2004-10-20

gnubiff 2.0.1

A small bug fix that prevented GTK+ version to be compiled.

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2004-09-03

gnubiff 2.0.0

gnubiff 2.0.0 has been released with a brand newx interface, a lot of bugfixes and some great new features.

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2004-09-03

gnubiff 1.4.0

gnubiff 1.4.0 has been released with a lot of bugfixes and some new fetaures added.

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2004-06-23

gnubiff 1.2.0

gnubiff 1.2.0 has been released and has now a real multi-mailbox support.

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2004-05-03

gnubiff 1.0.10

gnubiff 1.0.10 has been released with multithread support.

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2004-04-08

gnubiff 1.0.9

gnubiff 1.0.9 has been released with multi mailbox support for the GNOME version (already present in the GTK version) thanks to Robert Sowada.

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2004-02-16

gnubiff 1.0.9

gnubiff 1.0.9 has been released with multi mailbox support for the GNOME version (already present in the GTK version) thanks to Robert Sowada.

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2004-02-16

gnubiff 1.0.9

gnubiff 1.0.9 has been released with multi mailbox support for the GNOME version (already present in the GTK version) thanks to Robert Sowada.

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2004-02-16

gnubiff 1.0.7

Minor bugfix release

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2003-12-15

gnubiff 1.0.6

Minor bugfix release

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2003-12-12

gnubiff 1.0.5

Minor bugfix release

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2003-11-17

gnubiff 1.0.4

Minor bugfix release

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2003-11-12

gnubiff officially released

gnubiff is officially released as the "official" brand new version of gbiff/gbiff2 (that were becoming a bit hard to maintain).
gnubiff is a complete rewrite using C++ and it is quite stable (honest !). Nonetheless, you're welcome to tell me about any bugs you may find.

Nicolas

Posted by Nicolas Rougier 2003-11-06