Google Code, Subversion, and v0.9.8#
This weekend the project made some major administrative changes.
- Most importantly, we changed project hosting from SourceForge to Google Code. All SourceForge services are now deactivated, including CVS and hosting of old releases. Old releases are available in source code form via version control; if there is demand for pre-packaged binaries of old releases, I can put them on Google Code.
- We changed version control systems from CVS to Subversion. Google Code has the SVN repository information. For more details on the switch, see MigratingToSvn.
- We changed our source code license to the "New" BSD license. The new license has more liberal terms than our previous license (which forbade commercial use) so this should not affect anybody already using our code.
- We cleaned up our library dependencies to ensure we are complying with licensing terms for all bundled third-party libraries.
- We released version 0.9.8, primarily to make the binaries available under the new license.
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