GtkHx is a GTK+ version of Hx, a UNIX Hotline client.
|Tags||Communications File Sharing Chat Conferencing BBS|
Release Notes: Bugs related to issues with endianness and file transfers have been fixed, along with a few critical build errors related to zlib. The tracker list is now filtered as it comes in rather than only by user request.
Release Notes: This release fixes endianness issues, build errors caused by missing either OpenSSL or zlib, and a configure.in issue.
Release Notes: A fix for a segfault that occured when a blank news catalog browser was closed, converting linebreaks from LF to CR before news posts and private messages are sent, fixes to exec to output to whatever chat it was invoked from, properly locking file browsers when they are being listed, freeing hldir in threaded news functions to fix memory leaks, HOPE support, cipher and compression support, a fix for a segfault after invoking the connect dialog with Ctrl-K, and a fix for the --disable-ipv6 autoconf option.
Release Notes: Delete, directory creation, and catalog creation functions were added to the news folder browser. A delete function and an option to browse news folders in the same browser were added to the news catalog browser. The news folder browser now shows the correct root path in its titlebar when in the root directory. The default size/startup positions of windows was fixed. The network code for sending two tasks simultaneously was fixed. News/file browsers are now refreshed when the contents are modified. An options window is now displayed if no gtkhxrc file exists.
Release Notes: Preliminary Win32 support was added. A "tracker connect" task is now displayed and cancelling it will kill the tracker threads. A reload button was added to the news catalog and folder browsers. The threaded news catalog browser has been rewritten from scratch and news posts now show the correct date. Alignment problems on SPARC systems were fixed. The icon path, etc. have been fixed in the gtkhx.spec file. GtkHx compilation on non-X11 systems and memory leaks with news catalog and folder browsers were fixed.