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whatsnewfm 0.7.1 released

whatsnewfm is a filter for the daily newsletter from freshmeat.net. It shows only items you want to see and does not bother you with projects you already know about. This release works fixes a bug with the latest change to the Freshmeat newsletter format.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2009-05-31

whatsnewfm 0.7.0 released

whatsnewfm is a filter for the daily newsletter from freshmeat.net. It shows only items you want to see and does not bother you with projects you already know about.

This release works with the new Freshmeat newsletter format and also allows scoring of items based on their license.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2009-03-26

new FM3 newsletter format

In mid-March 2009, Freshmeat has changed the newsletter format again. Check the CVS for an (untested) updated version of whatsnewfm, a proper release should be out soon.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2009-03-19

whatsnewfm 0.6.6 released

whatsnewfm is a filter for the daily newsletter from freshmeat.net. It shows only items you want to see and does not bother you with projects you already know about.

This release includes a maildrop configuration example in the documentation.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2006-09-13

whatsnewfm 0.6.5 released

whatsnewfm is a filter for the daily newsletter from freshmeat.net. It shows only items you want to see and does not bother you with projects you already know about.

With this new version the regular expressions for scoring the releases now match over multiple lines.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2004-04-26

whatsnewfm 0.6.4 released

This new release fixes a rare bug, where '=20' could be found in the mails sent by whatsnewfm.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2004-02-15

whatsnewfm 0.6.3 released

The sendmail paramaters can now be configured.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2003-08-20

whatsnewfm 0.4.15 released

The sendmail paramaters can now be configured.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2003-08-20

whatsnewfm 0.6.2 released

Fixed a bug with multiline subjects in the newsletter. Obsolete filenames have been removed from the documentation. The expiration algorithm and the sendmail parameters have been tweaked.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2003-04-27

whatsnewfm 0.4.14 released

Fixed a bug with multiline subjects in the newsletter. The expiration algorithm and the sendmail parameters have been tweaked.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2003-04-27

whatsnewfm 0.6.1 released

This release fixes a bug within the statistics at the end of a newsletter.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2003-01-11

whatsnewfm 0.6.0 released

This is a re-release of version 0.5.3 which has proven to be stable. The 0.6.x versions are now considered the new stable branch.

Be sure to read the README if you upgrade from 0.4.x to the 0.6.x branch, you need to make some changes to your configuration.

The 0.4.x branch will remain for those who can't use a BerkeleyDB. Bugfixes will be backported from 0.6.x if I can find time for it.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2003-01-04

whatsnewfm 0.5.3 released

This release merges the changes from version 0.4.13:
Location and name of configuration file can now be changed. Some small documentation updates have also been made.

If this release runs smoothly for the next days, it will be promoted to v0.6.0. The 0.4.x branch will then become deprecated.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2002-12-29

whatsnewfm 0.4.13 released

With this release location and name of configuration file can now be changed. Some small documentation updates have also been made.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2002-12-29

whatsnewfm 0.5.2 released

Version 0.5.1 didn't work at all, this release should fix it.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2002-12-04

whatsnewfm 0.5.1 released

whatsnewfm is a mail filter for the daily Freshmeat newsletter.

This development release includes instructions on how to import your existing databases from 0.4.x version.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2002-12-03

whatsnewfm 0.4.12 released

This new release of the mail filter for the daily freshmeat newsletter fixes a race condition in the database lock files.

Posted by Christian Garbs 2002-12-02