Release Notes: A few minor bugs have been fixed and documentation has been updated.
Release Notes: This release contains some documentation updates and a few bugfixes, including a solution for a terminal setting problem under Solaris.
Release Notes: This minor release includes several bugfixes and some documentation updates. It tightens the directory permissions used during restoration.
Release Notes: Many new features have been added, including strong encryption, on-the-fly isolation, dry-run execution, thread safe libdar with support for thread cancellation, speed optimizations, and many others.
Release Notes: A bug has been fixed that was triggered when backing up hard linked files that had not read permission to be saved. The code syntax has been fixed to compile with gcc-3.4.x.
Release Notes: Since version 2.1.0, dar did not restore system Extended Attributes. This has been fixed. There is a minor bugfix concerning the -H option, and a small improvement in "limitint" overflow detection.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in the parsing engine for configuration files and another concerning archives larger than 1E16 Terabytes. The dar_cp command is now faster and more verbose.
Release Notes: There is a bugfix for Windows users (upgrading is recommended for Windows). There is better support for systems like FreeBSD that do not have GNU getopt.
Release Notes: This version no longer generates a parse error when an empty file is given as an argument to -B option.
Release Notes: Among a few new features like "dry-run" execution, the new API to libdar lets KDAR, a KDE front-end to DAR, enter its first official release.