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pilot-link 0.12.3, "Can-of-Raid" (aka "Bug-Squash" release), 11-12-2007
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Here you go, another pilot-link release. This one fixes quite a few issues:
Bug Fixes:
* Fix for Sony NR70 devices not being detected properly
* BlueZ detection fix
* XSLT manpage autogeneration fixes
* Perl bindings build error, remove autoconfiscated files from
releases
* Java bindings build errors, remove autoconfiscated Makefile
* Renamed pilot-treofoto and pilot-650foto to pilot-foto-treo600 and
pilot-foto-treo650
* Added missing manpages for pilot-foto-treo6xx
* Fixed OS5 failures with pilot-addresses.c
* Updated pilot-install-memo.c to allow installation of files
outside the current working directory
* Fix for pi_usb_accept, adding PI_ERR_SOCK_LISTENER from Matt
Davey's patch (closing #1782)
Check the ChangeLog for the details on all fixes for this release
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
pilot-link 0.12.2, "Dance With the Devil" aka "Distraction", 02-09-2007
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
5 months since the last release (0.12.1) and we have another release! This
one is mostly a maintenance release, but there are some new things in here.
Major Features:
* More cleanup in libpisock and documentation, addition of some new
(working :) BlueZ support, new udev rules, expanded OS5 Contacts
support, expanded OS X support and a lot more!
Other Features:
* No major features in this release, mostly bug fixes and minor
tweaks here and there. The website has also been refreshed with
new content and a completely new layout. All source files are now
version-tracked in the header.
Bug Fixes:
* Python support was broken, fixed now, doh! Palm T|X over libusb
has been fixed (we hope) with this release. Of course we need
testers to validate that. All of userland is renamed now to avoid
some namespace pollution. Documentation is all current with
respect to this release, all manpages are in XML source format
(requires xsltproc to process), and much more.
Check the ChangeLog for the full details if you're interested.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
pilot-link 0.12.1, "Fresh Air", 09-04-2006
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
3 years since the last release, then 1 week from that release until this
one.
WHEW!
There isn't much "new" in this release, just some rapid-fire bug fixes
reported from users and a lot of code has been cleaned up in the tree to
remove unnecessary includes (check doxygen for the results).
I'm working on cleaning up more, documenting more and making it easier to
use and work with.
Major Features:
* Code cleanup in libpisock, libpisync, src and include
Other Features:
* Nothing major in this release
Bug Fixes:
* Fixed the installation faux pas with udev rules, oops!
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
pilot-link 0.12.0, "Trois ans", 08-25-2006
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Yes, 3 whole years since the last official release. There have been
quite a few pre-releases in that time, but this is the first major
point release in over 4 years.
Major Features:
* Support for DLP v1.4, more devices supported out of the box
* Native support for OS X, no more Darwin ports needed
* Native libusb support (using a new port designation of usb: to
use that port. See doc/README.libusb for details
* Most of the documentation and manpages migrated to DocBook XML
* Userland "conduits" have been renamed in places where namespace
collision could be a factor
* Migration to popt() from getopt() which provides the groundwork
for a global option changeover in an upcoming release.
Other Features:
* Too many to mention, its been over 3 years ;)
Bug Fixes:
* Much of the code in the DLP subsystem has been reworked and many
bugs have been squashed. Check the ChangeLog for details on
those items.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
pilot-link 0.11.9, "Anoxia", 07-04-2003 - NEVER RELEASED
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
Continuing with the theme of removing the unnecessary code and adding
features, along comes "Anoxia" (no oxygen), the next release of pilot-link.
Major Features:
* New DLP 1.2 function, SetDBInfo, which allows you to update or
change the fields in the AppInfo block.
Other Features:
* No additional features at this time
Bug Fixes:
* Minor bug in pilot-xfer that caused screen output to get corrupted
in certain conditions
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pilot-link 0.11.8, "Asphyxia", 06-17-2003
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
More code cleanups in this release, minor typos fixed here and there, and
more reduction of the codebase in general. Things are going to get smaller,
faster, and more functional with each of these releases.
Major Features:
* New timing loop so you don't have to hit HotSync on the Palm
first, before launching your desktop conduits. This also work with
gnome-pilot and J-Pilot as well.
* pilot-foto conduit to fetch/convert photos taken with a Palm
Zire71 camera device
* Completely new Java bindings, rewritten from the ground-up by John
Mitchell and Stephan Bösebeck.
Other Features:
* A few new manpages
Bug Fixes:
* Fixed a small leak in the socket code (serial.c/socket.c) (Robert
L Krawitz)
* Removed CoPilot ROM support from pi-getrom/pi-getram. POSE
supercedes it, and should be used instead.
* Solaris libpng fix (Simon Burr)
* Fixed the pilot-addresses segfault problem on some platforms
* BSD gnugetopt cleanup to counter unsetting $LIBS accidentally (Joe
Marcus Clarke)
* Perl5 errors when building under a debug build of Perl (Johathan
Mark)
Known Problems:
* install-datebook needs proper parsing for spurious arguments
* Resources which exceed the Palm recommendation of 64k will cause
odd behavior in pilot-link. This can be easily fixed by increasing
DLP_BUF_SIZE, but this isn't really good to do.
* sync-plan has some issues with events, need testers to verify.
* Syncronizing on FreeBSD with USB Palm devices is still flaky, but
we believe the issue to be inside the BSD USB stack, and not
within pilot-link itself. Can anyone concur/refute this assertion
and help us test it further?
* If you are doing a Network HotSync backup, and communication is
interrupted, your local copy of the last database accessed will be
truncated. One proposal to working around this has been floated,
but not implemented or tested yet.
What's Coming Soon:
* VFS support was implemented with 29 of the VFS functions needed to
read, write, and query external storage cards on Palm handhelds,
but it was not deployed in this release. It should arrive in 0.12
of pilot-link, only a few releases away.
* Conduit compression/rewrites. Many of the conduits will be
collapsed into singular conduits, and others will be rolled into
static versions using Perl for code reduction and portability
reasons.
* iCal and LDIF support for Calendar and AddressBook input and
output
The goal of the next few releases of pilot-link is to reduce the number of
lines of actual code used, and compress the redundancy into singular
entities. This means that similar or like code will be repurposed as much as
possible across all of the libraries and conduits, reducing the cruft and
maintenance required to update it for new features.
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pilot-link 0.11.7, "What's up Doc?", 1-05-2003
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
The last release had a few small errors in it, namely the changing of the
exit(1) vs. exit 1; autoconf vs. C'isms.
Major Features:
* None at this time
Other Features:
* New manpages and manpage formatting
Bug Fixes:
* Fix for failures on libiconv w/Evolution
* Fix for PI_LOG output
* Fix for exit; vs. exit();
* Fix for readline support breaking C++ detection
Known Problems:
* Same as previous release
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pilot-link 0.11.6, "Torrent of Lucidity", 12-24-2002
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
A few bugs squashed in this one, improved stability, two new conduits,
manpages, docs, more..
Major Features:
* None at this time
* New pilot-archive sample conduit to send archived ToDo records to
STDOUT as CSV-formatted entries.
* Deprecated pilot-mail, in favor of pilot-mailsync. pilot-mail
remains, as an example to other conduit authors.
* pilot-link 0.11.6 will now cleanly build on OSX 10.x.x systems
* pilot-xfer --time feature added to sync Palm time to desktop time
Other Features:
* New install-todo conduit (Robert A. Kaplan)