Release Notes: This pre-release is the first release after the major code rewrite that is expected to address all of the legacy problems that could not be solved without changing the protocols and data formats used by GNUnet. Consequently, the code breaks compatibility with all previous versions. The pre-release also lacks a graphical user interface. The pre-release is made in order to bootstrap the network with the new protocols.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It fixes problems with gnunet-insert and libextractor (-x option), with uploading directories in gnunet-gtk and various crashes of gnunetd (in particular when using libgcrypt). The release also fixes various minor problems in the Win32 code, including memory leaks.
Release Notes: This version is the first one that has been released to also work on Win32 systems. In terms of new features, the release adds a download manager to the GTK interface. Various other minor features were added and many, mostly non-critical, bugs were fixed, in particular with respect to big-endian and/or OS X platforms.
Release Notes: This release adds support for collections. sqlite can now be used as a data store. Various bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes various minor bugs.
Release Notes: This version improves support for namespaces, adding the ability to advertise namespaces and to associate namespaces with nicknames, descriptions, and other meta- information. This release features a major change in the dependencies. It adds support for GTK 2.0 (and drops support for GTK 1.2). libgmp is now required in addition to either libgcrypt or OpenSSL. It also supports internationalization with GNU gettext, and contains various minor bugfixes and cosmetic changes.
Release Notes: This release fixes various minor bugs in the version update mechanism and the anonymous file sharing code. It also fixes a packaging error that resulted in build failures for some configurations.
Release Notes: This version features improved use of URIs (Universal Resource Identifiers) for anonymous file sharing. In particular, URIs can be used in more places and are shorter than before. This release also fixes various bugs, including problems with connection setup in TCP on IPv6, wrong trust values, and various build problems. This release also extends the GNUnet framework with a service registry. Remote procedure calls can now be performed across GNUnet using the new RPC service.