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  •  19 Oct 2013 18:53

Release Notes: The old help module has been replaced with a manual in the CHM format for all platforms. Bugs were fixed.

  •  30 Dec 2012 03:36

Release Notes: This release adds a feature to set a default application from the CLI or a dialog, important changes in the configuration files, and other small miscellaneous fixes and changes.

  •  23 Nov 2010 22:06

Release Notes: Bugfixes and a feature freeze. This is the last release for Tpda. The plan is to make new releases only for fixing serious bugs.

  •  25 Aug 2010 10:29

Release Notes: A new, standard, Perl module layout is used for the TPDA framework and applications. As a consequence, the framework and the applications are installed in the Perl tree. Various small improvements and code cleanups were done.

  •  26 Oct 2009 21:23

Release Notes: More control of menu definitions for the applications. A new application named 'Contracte'. Dialogs for single and multiple record selections used by the 'Contracte' application. Support for Firebird and MySQL in HomeDB. New functionality to preset fields with default values also used in the 'Contracte' application. Note: The 'Contracte' application has an SQL schema for Firebird and is in Romanian.

  •  11 Sep 2009 23:10

Release Notes: This release has a new (real) 'tiny' application named HomeDB. It has a new CLI user and password option. It adds preset widgets values and a selection dialog. A number of bugs were fixed and some documentation was updated.

  •  14 Aug 2009 21:12

Release Notes: TPDA applications are now separate entities detached from the main tree. As a consequence, there are major changes in the command line interface syntax. Database insert, update, and search subs were revised.

  •  31 Mar 2009 17:32

Release Notes: The first public release.


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