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Last Build Date: Fri, 03 Mar 2006 23:08:36 -0000

 



xMule v1.13.6 Released!

Fri, 03 Mar 2006 23:08:36 -0000

This release focused on Unicode support which is virtually complete. In fact, the binaries attached use the Unicode version of wxWidgets 2.6.2. Additionally, 64-bit support has been increased, however, it is still sometimes impossible to source files in 64-bit mode.

Changes in this release:
* FIXED: Two minor compilation problems in 1.13.5.
* Drammatically overhauled Unicode support.
* Strengthened 64-bit support.
* 5084 lines changed since 1.13.5.

For more information, visit http://www.xmule.ws !




xMule v1.13.5 Released!

Fri, 10 Feb 2006 15:40:30 -0000

Many changes in this release. So many, in fact, we decided to skip a few release numbers. I found it incredibly difficult this release to make a proper changelog and so below is just a summary. You should probably download this if you use xMule.

Changes in this release:
* Connects to new lugdunum;
* Should (?) get new sources properly;
* AMD-64 and IA-64 support greatly extended;
* Initial major Unicode attempt.
* 9,302 line diff with 1.13.0.

For more information, visit http://www.xmule.ws !




xMule v1.12.2 Released!

Sat, 03 Dec 2005 00:13:51 -0000

In this release, we focus on wxGTK-specific issues, mostly revolving around our implementation of the list control (which allows the pretty download statistics and sorting). Between Avi and myself we've damn-near completely rewritten them. We've also focused a lot on general code cleanup. (This fixes the blank Server list 1.12.1 bug).

Available to download are two binary packages, one against wxGTK 2.4.3 (most reliable results) and one against wxGTK 2.6.2 (improved performance). Unlike past binary packages, this uses a new release system which theoretically should work on any Linux distribution, so long as you have libstdc++v6 (e.g. gcc 3.4+) and GTK 2.6.x installed. Simply download the file, set its execute flags (chmod 0755) and run the installer.

For more information, visit http://www.xmule.ws !




xMule v1.12.1 Released!

Mon, 28 Nov 2005 13:42:55 -0000

This release focuses mostly on refactoring the 1.12 tree. xMule uses my DynamicPreferences more fully with the end result being a more robust app that uses less memory and is less prone to crash. Because list column sorting/resizing code has changed, you may find a recurrence of the "disappearing columns" bug, especially on your first launch of this version. Merely right-click on the typically-grey area where column headers normally would be and unhide/resize the columns you desire.

Available to download are two binary packages, one against wxGTK 2.4.3 (most reliable results) and one against wxGTK 2.6.2 (improved performance). Unlike past binary packages, this uses a new release system which theoretically should work on any Linux distribution, so long as you have libstdc++v6 (e.g. gcc 3.4+) and GTK 2.6.x installed. Simply download the file, set its execute flags (chmod 0755) and run the installer.

For more information regarding the new release- visit http://www.xmule.ws




xMule v1.10.1 Released!

Sun, 17 Jul 2005 22:21:08 -0000

This is yet another stable xMule release. Version 1.10.1 mainly focuses on fixing compilation and compatibility bugs. Please note that this version is the first version to include the xMule Acceptable Use License. The xMule team does not encourage illegal Internet activities of any kind, and we just wanted to make it clear. We ask the community to drop us a line in the Official xMule Forums and give us some feedback on this release.

Version 1.10.1
--------------
2005-07-14

* FIXED: Several bugs contributed by Uri, Gordy27, and Avi of xMule.
* FIXED: Crash in startup.
* FIXED: More wx-2.6.0 compliant in GUI design.
* FIXED: Added all known *BSD-related fixes.
* FIXED: A few compile bugs.
* Resolved the majority of Win32 incompatibilities.
* Added the xMule namespace.
* Removed Audio+Video search categories to further hinder illegal downloads.
* Added xMule Acceptable Use License.

For more information and downloading links, see http://www.xmule.ws




xMule v1.10.0b Released!

Sat, 30 Apr 2005 19:23:08 -0000

Continuing the trends of stable releases, there hasn't
been a single major bug reported concerning xMule
1.10.0 as far as I know so this is mostly a maintainence
release. I spent several hours fixing the installation system
and making *highly* optimized binaries for Pentium 4s
and AthlonXPs. To install, extract and add to your $PATH.

Version 1.10.0b
2004-4-30

* FIXED: xMule no longer bans clients sending an eMule-compat modstring while
not being xMule or eMule (contributed by Kry of aMule).
* FIXED: ./configure no longer displays warnings due to wxWidgets 2.5 or
* FIXED: Now compiled with wxWidgets 2.6.x (contributed by Kasek of xMule).
above.
* FIXED: Installation now works again without error.
* Updated all copyright headers to match the new year.
* Culled several unnecessary files.




xMule v1.9.2 Released!

Fri, 01 Oct 2004 12:36:46 -0000

This version marks a definate improvement in non-Win32 ed2k clients. Performance has increased, generally drammatically, in virtually every category, as we have re-implemented several core internal mechanisms (CPacket, CTag, and CPreferences) so that xMule is generally a) more memory efficent, b) much more easily extensible, and c) easier to maintain.

This version is so stable that you can expect 1.10.0 very shortly.

The changelog:
* FIXED: Removed *all* known memleaks (15).
* FIXED: Removed four CPU leaks.
* FIXED: Reverted to most stable code from 1.8.4.
* Started using DynPrefs instead of CPrefs for more efficiency.
* Heavily re-implemented integral CPacket and CTag classes.
* Heavily re-implemented internal preferences...new functionality is now far easier to integrate into xMule...Get the Feature Requests posted!

For changelog and more information visit our homepage at: http://www.xmule.ws/

Thank you,
The xMule Team




xMule v1.9.1b Released!

Fri, 10 Sep 2004 02:42:07 -0000

This is a maintenance release which prevents spontaneous crashes on many systems and generally improves performance. It now supports wxWidgets 2.5.x.




xMule v1.8.4 Released!

Wed, 14 Jul 2004 23:21:08 -0000

This release is needed to connect to the brand new lugdunum 16.47 servers. It also sports increased perfomance fixes.

Everyone should upgrade immediately.

For changelog and more information visit our homepage at: http://www.xmule.ws/

Thank you,
The xMule Team




xMule v1.8.3 released!

Sat, 10 Jul 2004 19:13:54 -0000

This release focuses mainly on user interactions with the client, along with major improvements to the download implementation. Less hassles all around, especially for packagers. For more details, please see http://xmule.ws/modules.php?name=News&file=article&sid=23