Release Notes: This version provides support for animated images in the "view" program and in the preview plug-in. Additionally, further improvements have been made to the preview plug-in (zooming images...) as well as improved translations and better support for GTK+ 3.0.
Release Notes: This release supports emblems on icons, has a better understanding of desktop files, has better support for Git and Subversion (as plugins), and begins to support Gtk+ 3.
Release Notes: The most obvious addition in this release is the introduction of a manual page for each of the commands provided in this project. Online help is available, too. A number of bugfixes and minor improvements to the user interface also made it to the release, to the point that it is now known to work on Mac OS X.
Release Notes: Three new plug-ins were added since the last release announcement: "dirtree" (directory tree), "preview", and "subversion" (both also self-explanatory). The "desktop-settings" tool was renamed to "desktopctl" and supports more operations. The "properties" tool now supports plug-ins too, and is therefore no longer limited to just displaying file properties. The desktop manager, translations, and general error handling were reviewed and improved.
Release Notes: This version provides many fixes and improvements to the newly-introduced plug-in system, as well as the two original plug-ins. It also contains a new one, "CVS", greatly assisting while working on projects using CVS for source control management.
Release Notes: This release is the first to feature plug-ins, which are displayed in a left pane when enabled. It ships with two plug-ins: one lists the volumes mounted, while the other displays more information about the current directory. A number of minor improvements and fixes are included, most notably with the desktop handling.
Release Notes: This release features many improvements to the user interface (including for embedded devices), an application to manage the desktop, more command-line helpers, and a full preferences panel (including options for file associations).
Release Notes: This is the first release with a complete feature set, although some are not fully XDG compliant yet, like file type association and drag and drop.