[Gpg4win-announce] Gpg4win 2.0.1 released
emanuel at intevation.de
Tue Sep 29 11:38:56 CEST 2009
we are pleased to announce the availability of a new stable Gpg4win
release: Version 2.0.1.
This is basically the same as the release 2.0.1 candidate.
The Gpg4win component GpgOL 1.0.1 fixes delay problems frequently reported
with Outlook 2003 and 2007.
The download is available via the usual download page:
Changes compared to 2.0.0
- GpgOL 1.0.1:
Fixed a problem opening Office documents and URLs with a running GpgOL.
- Gpg4win Compendium 3.0.0-beta4:
New beta version of the German compendium with some minor changes.
- Support for README files in selected Gpg4win installer language improved.
- Included components are:
Kleopatra: 2.0.11-svn1008232 (2009-09-25)
For installation instructions, please visit http://www.gpg4win.org or
Developers who want to *build an installer* need to get the following
files from http://ftp.gpg4win.org/ :
The second file is a digital signature of the the first file. Either
check that this signature is fine or compare with the checksums given
below. (see also http://www.gpg4win.org/package-integrity.html)
The *ready to use installer* is available at:
Or using the ftp protocol at:
SHA1 checksums for these files are given below.
If you don't need the certificate manager Kleopatra or the manuals,
you might alternatively download the "light" version of the installer:
or using FTP at:
A separate installer with the source files used to build the above
installer is available at:
Most people don't need this source installer; it is merely stored on
that server to satisfy the conditions of the GPL. In general it is
better to get the gpg4win builder tarball (see above) and follow the
instructions in the README to build new installers; building the
installer is not possible on Windows machines and works best on current
Debian GNU/Linux systems.
SHA1 checksums are:
If you have problems downloading the above files, you may try the mirror
server listed at the download page.
We like to thank the authors of the included packages, the NSIS authors,
all other contributors and first of all, those folks who stayed with us
and helped testing Gpg4win.
To help furthering this project, please consider to sponsor the
development. See http://www.gpg4win.org .
With best regards
your Gpg4win Development Team
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