Release Digest: KDE, December 24, 2003Dec 24, 2003, 23:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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Rekall 2.2.0 Beta1
Rekall 2.2.0 Beta1 is now available. Following the current trend of giving open source softwate releases cheesy names, this is the "With More Development" release.
I would like to be able to claim that there are no bugs in this release:) However, I am quite certain that some bugs are there to be found, even if I am not sure of their location. I am confident that users will be able to inspect this release of Rekall for such bugs, and be able to report back on them.
The source tarball can be downloaded from:
Changes in this release are mostly aimed at getting it to build cleanly on current and recent releases. It has been build on:
RH 7.3, 8, 9
In each case the installation is essentially a "stock" distribution with the necessary development packages installed.
See the file README.FIRST inside the tarball for details; this is also available at http://www.rekallrevealed.org, follow
Content->Obtaining and Building->Obtaining and Building.
This also contains the CVS information.
A merry christmas to all our readers, or, if you loathe and detest it as much as I do, a minimally dire one.
KBudget 0.6 RC1
KBudget 0.6 RC1 is now available for testing; it adds recurring transactions, charts (requires KOffice 1.3 RC2 or better), 2 new translations, and other improvements. Please email me with any comments or complaints about it.
Packages are available at http://www.garandnet.net/kbudget/.
Richard Garand -- http://www.garandnet.net
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