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November 20, 2004
The FlameRobin project has now moved to its own home site on SourceForge. All future releases will happen under the FlameRobin SF project name. Those previously monitoring the package by way of the old fbmanager project will need to re-register your interest. The new Alpha 0.2 package is identical to the one released earlier in the week, so there is no need to download anything again.

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November 16, 2004
Download the latest FlameRobin Alpha 0.2 kits for all platforms.
October 31, 2004
Note this is a "Release Candidate", not an official release. We would like people to help test this before official release. Any comments issues, problems etc should be reported to the Firebird development list (not the bug tracker!).

Builds can be downloaded from the pre-release area. Windows, Linux, Linux NPTL and 64 bit Linux kits are all available under the appropriate subdirectories.

You can read details of bug fixes and enhancements in this release in the on-line release notes. Also included are some important notes for those of you who want to test the Linux NPTL builds. The latest notes include fixes not in RC1 but present in the unreleased RC2 or RC3 builds.

This release includes a fix for a known problem with events that caused the server to hog CPU after an abnormal termination under some conditions. If you who have experienced this bug, please test 1.5.2 and make sure that the problem has been resolved.
October 26, 2004
Jaybird 1.5.4 bugfix release can be downloaded. Includes some patches submitted by Gabriel Reid.
October 26, 2004
The NPTL (Native Posix Thread Library) Superserver for Linux build referred to in the release notes should be used if you are installing SS on Fedora Core or other Linuxen that use the New POSIX Threading Library (NPTL).
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