The source code repository has been converted to git. A dump of the last state of the subversion repository is available for reference in the files section.
* fixed a bash expression
The GQ project finally released version 1.2.0 of the popular LDAP client. There have been several nice improvements on the applications since 1.0.x.
Read the Release Notes at
GQ 1.1.3 is the next step towards the stable 1.2.0 release.
* improved working with the server list preferences
* fixed RPM build with additional locales
* adjusted gnome keyring dependency for gnome_keyring_create_item_sync()
* fixed building with libgcrypt
GQ 1.1.2 is supopsed to be the last release of the unstable 1.1 series. It's supposed to be released as GQ 1.2.0 next week (and then, lots of new features will get in).
New Features for the end user
* Fixed a crasher (bug #1551653)
* set GETTEXT_PACKAGE (bug #1553044)
Improvements to the build system
* complete and pretty-print configuration options (bug #1551748)
GQ 1.1.1 is the unstable result of the latest development. It's supposed to result in a stable release in September. Changes since 1.1.0:
New features for the end user
* support password hashing even without libcrypto (using libgcrypt now)
* fixed the menu item to actually appear in the GNOME menu
* time selection works with negative time zone offsets (bug 1548780)
* GQ doesn't use GCRYPT_LIBS as it should (bug 1551071)
Improvements to internal structures
* removed lots of dead code
* moved more code into the generic tree interface
* removed all custom type implementations, use GObject
Currently gq is in the late stages of the alpha cycle for 1.0. Please download/test the latest release (make sure to back-up your .gq before though).
The discussion mailing should be working again. Sorry for any iinconveniences due to the troubles with it.
Have a look at the TODO (http://cvs.sourceforge.net/cgi-bin/viewcvs.cgi/gqclient/gq/TODO?rev=HEAD&content-type=text/vnd.viewcvs-markup ) file in CVS to get some impression of what is planned for gq in the future.
As you might have noticed the mailing list is quite nonexistant right now. We are currently working to get it going again.
Bert Vermeulen, the initiator and long-time maintainer of gq has handed maintainership of gq over to Peter Stamfest. Thanks go to Bert for initiating this important project.