AMIGIFT 2.1 has been released.

We are proud to announce the immediate availability of AMIGIFT Version 2.1, the list of changes since the last public release is as follow:

$Id: ChangeLog,v 13.0 2010/04/11 19:07:25 diegocr Exp $


* The number of sources shown on the result's bubble-help wasn't
correct, also fixed those buble-helps to trim strings up to
100 characters, otherwise they don't open on certain screenmodes.


* There seems to be some strange issue coming up since os4.1.1 from
the Gnutella plugin, in a try to get rid of it we've removed some
global variables usages which may or may not was causing such
issue(s)... after all that was not so system-friendly/legal...

* Following the above explained Gnutella changes, we've done the
same for the Ares and OpenFT plugins.


* Fixed the chat which wasn't working due changes made on freenode.


* Search Filters are now working as it should.


* Gnutella/trie.c: Replaced two assert()'ion checks which could
cause the daemon being suspended when either running out of
memory or sharing more than 4GB...

- Gnutella 2.12 now available.


* Changed the way version check for 3rd part libraries/classes
is performed. It should no longer produce a crash under OS4
while checking Textinput#?.mcc

* The executable files downloaded from the Online Updater does
not contain the Execute bit, causing problems under OS4 - Fixed.

* Each first search query is not properly inserted on the string's
class history (context menu) - Fixed.

* Using 'Save To Disk ALL' still causes a requester to come up
switching between preferences pages - Fixed.


* Fixed some issue(s) caused by uninitialized library base pointers
from inside amigift.library (...)

* Fixed several catalog/build-in english strings for typos, Thanks
a lot to Sam at who did the job.

- GiFTMui 2.0.201 Released.


* Downgraded required OpenURL.library back to version 6.3

You can download it from

NOTE: Remember you can download the archive AMIGIFT-deps.lha in case you lack some of the required 3rd-part libraries, you can find it in the 2.0 folder.

Posted by Diego Casorran 2010-05-07

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