Release Notes: Bugs with HTTP chunked transfers on Python 3 and with the new <file> support producing empty files were fixed. The mirror service is no longer called if a download is slow because it is queued or waiting for user interaction. The desktop launcher is now a single item, making it easier to use from Unity and GNOME 3. Performance has been improved when running apps, especially on Arch Linux.
Release Notes: Running an app when some previously selected packages are no longer present now forces an update in the foreground. Arch-style Java version numbers are now supported. The Makefile now copes with Arch's Python naming. Various minor bugs were fixed. This is a 2.0 release candidate.
Release Notes: Support was added for OS-specific dependencies (e.g. for dependencies only needed on Windows) and for constraints in native package implementations (e.g. Debian's python3-gi package cannot be used with Python 2). "0install man" allows the man command to work with 0install applications. "0install digest" now has an option to display the manifest. A bug in the PackageKit support which meant it sometimes failed to detect candidate packages was fixed.
Release Notes: A progress indicator was added for 0store optimize. Native Java JREs and JDKs are now detected on Windows. Various minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixed detection of 64-bit Windows systems, a bug in the recent Ruby gems support, and an error when multiple PackageKit versions are available.
Release Notes: A bug that prevented 0launch from started with the latest GTK in Debian/unstable was fixed. Programs that need to run in a terminal emulator are now started correctly.
Release Notes: Minor bugs were fixed in the code to avoid rechecking a failed feed too often, for selecting source code versions for compiling, and for saving user preferences about preferred versions. The dialog for managing installed applications was improved.
Release Notes: Downloading should now be less CPU-intensive. A distribution is no longer assumed to be RPM-based just because /var/lib/rpm exists. When considering Debian distribution packages, the architecture is now considered: for example, a 64-bit Debian library cannot be used with a 32-bit main executable. Some progress has been made towards supporting Windows.
Release Notes: Support for older versions of tar (for GoboLinux) and for Python 2.4 was added. A Mandrake RPM is now available.