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Release Notes

This is the first maintenance release of the stable 1.0 branch of Smb4K. See the Changes since version 1.0.1 section below for more information.

Minimum Requirements

Changes since version 1.0.1

  • Fixed two potential crashes in class Smb4KHomesSharesHandler.
  • Fixed a wrong comparision between QString and QByteArray in Smb4KMountJob::slotActionFinished().
  • Fixed a wrong comparision between QString and QByteArray and a double declaration in Smb4KUnmountJob::slotActionFinished().
  • Fixed wrong assumption that qreal equals double in Smb4KShare class. Patch by Rex Dieter from the Fedora Project.
  • Fixed missing assignments of the IP address in Smb4KAuthInfo::setHost() and Smb4KAuthInfo::setShare().
  • When prompting for a password for a 'homes' share, use the UNC of the user's home directory and not //SERVER/homes.
  • When mounting a 'homes' share, show the UNC of the user's home directory in the mainwindow's status bar instead of //SERVER/homes.
  • Fixed a crash in Smb4KMountJob::slotActionFinished() reported by Peter Trenholme.
  • Fixed unmounting on exit. Many thanks go to Peter Trenholme for reporting this issue.

For a list of all changes, see also the ChangeLog file within the tarball.

Source: readme.md, updated 2014-03-27

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