Release Notes: This maintenance release fixes a few minor bugs.
Release Notes: This release adds support for non-anonymous data transfers over multiple hops (if both publisher and replicator are using an anonymity level of zero). It fixes various bugs and includes cosmetic improvements in the gnunet-setup and gnunet-fs-gtk user interfaces.
Release Notes: This release features an improved GTK user interface for gnunet-setup, better performance for the MySQL-based datastore and better adjustments to high CPU load. The HTTP-based transport using libmicrohttpd and libcurl is finally ready for general use. The release also fixes various minor bugs, including gnunetd crashes and memory leaks in gnunet-gtk.
Release Notes: This release fixes various minor bugs and adds some minor features to GNUnet 0.7.1. GNUnet 0.7.1a now supports NAT traversal using UPnP. Various details in the text-mode user interfaces have been improved. Important bugs that were fixed include the TCP transport not working behind NAT under certain circumstances, a rare assertion failure in the networking code, and minor build problems on various systems.
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 features the ability to check external network connectivity, support for recursive and parallel directory downloading, reduced memory consumption while inserting and downloading files, initial support for a new application protocol for managing a peer-to-peer testbed, and various bugfixes and cosmetic improvements.
Release Notes: The GTK user interface can now be used to insert content into GNUnet. The download speed was improved dramatically. The server starts much faster and clients can connect to a remote server. Several minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: With this version, it is now possible to specify the available bandwidth for upload and download independently. The server re-reads the configuration when it receives a SIGHUP signal. Also, connections are now shutdown properly if the server is stopped, informing other nodes not to keep sending traffic. A compile error with partially found libextractor library was fixed, along with bugs with non-gdbm databases (tdb, directory), and other minor fixes.