Release Notes: This is mostly a bugfix release, with little improvements and code cleanups.
Release Notes: This version simplifies the usage of the tool by removing unneeded features and making them fully automated. It also reduces the time Mundus takes to load the index by decreasing disk usage and optimizing the loading algorithm. Other minor changes include a filter box to filter modules by name, an updated Spanish translation, and some other bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version allows parallel downloads of modules, introduces module verification using a hash, and fixes a lot of bugs, including offline usage and lazy strings. It also introduces a full Spanish translation.
Release Notes: Modules are now fetched from an Internet server and stored locally. This allows updates and new modules to be pushed independently of new versions. Stress testing was conducted, and many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: With 5 months since the last release, this version brings few changes to the user, but an extensive list of improvements under the hood. Most importantly, the code is much more readable, it uses better programming techniques, and, as a side effect, Mundus is much more stable then ever before. No new modules were introduced.
Release Notes: This release mainly focuses on fixing annoying bugs and reducing the executable size. The app icons where moved online and are downloaded only when needed. A metrics class was introduced. The information it uploads is completely anonymous, and can't be used in any way to identify a user. A start-up form now replaces all the warnings that were previously shown when Mundus was executed, and it can now detect if an app is running and stop the cleaning process to avoid damage or unsafe behavior.
Release Notes: The goal of this release is to stabilize Mundus and add more modules, to leave home folders even cleaner than before. It introduces 29 new supported applications. The module creator has been updated to have a more intuitive interface. The code has been updated to work with the new Gambas 3.1 release. (Although it is supposed to be backward-compatible, some changes made Mundus behavior odd and sometimes risky.) The Makefile has been updated to comply with the GNU Coding Standards.
Release Notes: The module creator (recently introduced) is now much more friendly. Loading and saving of modules is now more intuitive and less error-prone. If you want to see your module included on Mundus, a menu option will automatically upload it to pastebin and open a browser window with a new bug report ready to be submitted. This release also supports external modules. This are JSON files with information which is loaded at startup, giving Mundus flexibility and customization. The user interface has been greatly improved, and seems more intuitive for inexperienced users.
Release Notes: This release fixes a lot of bugs present in the last version. It also disables and removes the /etc cleaning feature, as it required a lot of maintenance and, more importantly, it could cause a lot of problems. As a replacement, the callbacks feature must be used. It may indirectly call the cleaner, but custom code for each module allows more control and checks.
Release Notes: This release brings small changes to the user but a lot of changes under-the-hood. The modules system was rewritten to use a parent-child set of classes. This brings a lot of stability and performance improvements.Also, a callbacks system was implemented, so a submodule is not only limited to a directory, but to a set of instructions or a shell command. Finally, some new settings were implemented, giving the user wider control of the application.