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authorGravatar Rob Landley <rob@landley.net>2006-06-27 21:29:56 +0000
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but we're trying out a "release early, release often" strategy to see how
that works. Expect 1.1.1 sometime in March.)</p>
- <li><b>31 October 2005 -- 1.1.0-pre1</b>
- <p>The development branch of busybox is stable enough for wider testing, so
- you can now
- <a href="http://www.busybox.net/downloads/busybox-1.1.0-pre1.tar.bz2">download</a>,
- the first prerelease of 1.1.0. This prerelease includes a lot of
- <a href="http://www.busybox.net/downloads/BusyBox.html">new
- functionality</a>: new applets, new features, and extensive rewrites of
- several existing applets. This prerelease should be noticeably more
- <a href="http://www.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/009695399/">standards
- compliant</a> than earlier versions of busybox, although we're
- still working out the <a href="http://bugs.busybox.net">bugs</a>.</p>
-
- <li><b>16 August 2005 -- 1.01 is out</b>
-
- <p>A new stable release (<a href="http://www.busybox.net/downloads/busybox-1.01.tar.bz2">BusyBox
- 1.01</a>) is now available for download, containing over a hundred
- <a href="http://www.busybox.net/lists/busybox/2005-August/015424.html">small
- fixes</a> that have cropped up since the 1.00 release.</p>
-
- <li><b>13 January 2005 -- Bug and Patch Tracking</b><p>
-
- Bug reports sometimes get lost when posted to the mailing list. The
- developers of BusyBox are busy people, and have only so much they can keep
- in their brains at a time. In my case, I'm lucky if I can remember my own
- name, much less a bug report posted last week... To prevent your bug report
- from getting lost, if you find a bug in BusyBox, please use the
- <a href="http://bugs.busybox.net/">shiny new Bug and Patch Tracking System</a>
- to post all the gory details.
-
- <p>
-
- The same applies to patches... Regardless of whether your patch
- is a bug fix or adds spiffy new features, please post your patch
- to the Bug and Patch Tracking System to make certain it is
- properly considered.
-
-
- <p>
- <li><b>13 October 2004 -- BusyBox 1.00 released</b><p>
-
- When you take a careful look at nearly every embedded Linux device or
- software distribution shipping today, you will find a copy of BusyBox.
- With countless routers, set top boxes, wireless access points, PDAs, and
- who knows what else, the future for Linux and BusyBox on embedded devices
- is looking very bright.
-
- <p>
-
- It is therefore with great satisfaction that I declare each and every
- device already shipping with BusyBox is now officially out of date.
- The highly anticipated release of BusyBox 1.00 has arrived!
-
- <p>
-
- Over three years in development, BusyBox 1.00 represents a tremendous
- improvement over the old 0.60.x stable series. Now featuring a Linux
- KernelConf based configuration system (as used by the Linux kernel),
- Linux 2.6 kernel support, many many new applets, and the development
- work and testing of thousands of people from around the world.
-
- <p>
-
- If you are already using BusyBox, you are strongly encouraged to upgrade to
- BusyBox 1.00. If you are considering developing an embedded Linux device
- or software distribution, you may wish to investigate if using BusyBox is
- right for your application. If you need help getting started using
- BusyBox, if you wish to donate to help cover expenses, or if you find a bug
- and need help reporting it, you are invited to visit the <a
- href="FAQ.html">BusyBox FAQ</a>.
-
- <p>
-
- As usual you can <a href="downloads">download busybox here</a>.
-
- <p>Have Fun!
-
- <p>
<li><b>Old News</b><p>
<a href="/oldnews.html">Click here to read older news</a>
+ </p>
+ </li>
</ul>
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<ul>
+ <li><b>31 October 2005 -- 1.1.0-pre1</b>
+ <p>The development branch of busybox is stable enough for wider testing, so
+ you can now
+ <a href="http://www.busybox.net/downloads/busybox-1.1.0-pre1.tar.bz2">download</a>,
+ the first prerelease of 1.1.0. This prerelease includes a lot of
+ <a href="http://www.busybox.net/downloads/BusyBox.html">new
+ functionality</a>: new applets, new features, and extensive rewrites of
+ several existing applets. This prerelease should be noticeably more
+ <a href="http://www.opengroup.org/onlinepubs/009695399/">standards
+ compliant</a> than earlier versions of busybox, although we're
+ still working out the <a href="http://bugs.busybox.net">bugs</a>.</p>
+
+ <li><b>16 August 2005 -- 1.01 is out</b>
+
+ <p>A new stable release (<a href="http://www.busybox.net/downloads/busybox-1.01.tar.bz2">BusyBox
+ 1.01</a>) is now available for download, containing over a hundred
+ <a href="http://www.busybox.net/lists/busybox/2005-August/015424.html">small
+ fixes</a> that have cropped up since the 1.00 release.</p>
+
+ <li><b>13 January 2005 -- Bug and Patch Tracking</b><p>
+
+ Bug reports sometimes get lost when posted to the mailing list. The
+ developers of BusyBox are busy people, and have only so much they can keep
+ in their brains at a time. In my case, I'm lucky if I can remember my own
+ name, much less a bug report posted last week... To prevent your bug report
+ from getting lost, if you find a bug in BusyBox, please use the
+ <a href="http://bugs.busybox.net/">shiny new Bug and Patch Tracking System</a>
+ to post all the gory details.
+
+ <p>
+
+ The same applies to patches... Regardless of whether your patch
+ is a bug fix or adds spiffy new features, please post your patch
+ to the Bug and Patch Tracking System to make certain it is
+ properly considered.
+
+
+ <p>
+ <li><b>13 October 2004 -- BusyBox 1.00 released</b><p>
+
+ When you take a careful look at nearly every embedded Linux device or
+ software distribution shipping today, you will find a copy of BusyBox.
+ With countless routers, set top boxes, wireless access points, PDAs, and
+ who knows what else, the future for Linux and BusyBox on embedded devices
+ is looking very bright.
+
+ <p>
+
+ It is therefore with great satisfaction that I declare each and every
+ device already shipping with BusyBox is now officially out of date.
+ The highly anticipated release of BusyBox 1.00 has arrived!
+
+ <p>
+
+ Over three years in development, BusyBox 1.00 represents a tremendous
+ improvement over the old 0.60.x stable series. Now featuring a Linux
+ KernelConf based configuration system (as used by the Linux kernel),
+ Linux 2.6 kernel support, many many new applets, and the development
+ work and testing of thousands of people from around the world.
+
+ <p>
+
+ If you are already using BusyBox, you are strongly encouraged to upgrade to
+ BusyBox 1.00. If you are considering developing an embedded Linux device
+ or software distribution, you may wish to investigate if using BusyBox is
+ right for your application. If you need help getting started using
+ BusyBox, if you wish to donate to help cover expenses, or if you find a bug
+ and need help reporting it, you are invited to visit the <a
+ href="FAQ.html">BusyBox FAQ</a>.
+
+ <p>
+
+ As usual you can <a href="downloads">download busybox here</a>.
+
+ <p>Have Fun!
+
+ <p>
+ <li><b>Old News</b><p>
+ <a href="/oldnews.html">Click here to read older news</a>
+
<li><b>16 August 2004 -- BusyBox 1.0.0-rc3 released</b><p>