Barry version 0.12 released

Retrieve and backup information from your USB BlackBerry handheld on Linux!

This release brings new features and bugfixes in the library and the
opensync plugin.

Brian Edginton has added support for the Time Zone database on newer
Blackberries. A naming collision bug has been fixed in the opensync
plugin. The file format that btool uses to save parsed data has been
changed slightly, and a new tool (bs11nread) is available to read
such data without writing it back to the device. Build system fixes
for 64 bit systems are also included.

Binary packages are available for Debian stable, Ubuntu 7.10,
Fedora 6 and 7, and OpenSUSE 10.2. Source packages are available in
Debian, RPM, and tarball formats.

You can read the latest documentation online at
http://www.netdirect.ca/software/packages/barry/

For full details. please see the ChangeLog.

Developers are encouraged to join the project, play with the code,
and report any problems or feature requests to the mailing
list. You can use the command line tool to capture unsupported
database items and help in the reverse engineering process.

Enjoy!

Contributors in this release:
Chris Burgess - roadmap update
Paul Dugas - 64 bit build patch
Brian Edginton - Time Zone patches
Matt LaPlante - wording correction patch

Ted Guild - 64 bit opensync testing and bug reports
Simon Ruggier
Christopher Tarricone

Posted by Net Direct Inc. 2008-03-22

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