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jrandom jrandom at i2p.net
Thu Jan 6 08:45:23 PST 2005

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Hi y'all, time for a new update

The release has a whole slew of bug fixes, reliability
improvements, and bundles Ragnarok's addressbook as a client
application.  The release is backwards compatible and should not
be too disruptive, so upgrade when you get the chance.

As mentioned in the weekly status notes [1], the addressbook
essentially just automates the anonymous fetching and merging of
hosts.txt files from locations of your choosing (defaults being
http://duck.i2p/hosts.txt and http://dev.i2p/i2p/hosts.txt).  More
details can be found on Ragnarok's site [2], and the source is in
cvs [3].

If you don't have the addressbook installed already, you have no
additional work to do.  However, if you previously installed the
addressbook and manually wired it to run in your router (through
the lines in clients.config and a reference to the .jar file in
wrapper.config), you will need to remove those.  Existing
addressbook configuration and data files will be honored if they
are located in the default addressbook/ directory.

[1] http://dev.i2p.net/pipermail/i2p/2005-January/000541.html
[2] http://ragnarok.i2p/
[3] http://dev.i2p.net/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/i2p/apps/addressbook/

Anyway, thats that.  The full list of updates in the release can
be found in the usual place [4], and upgrading uses the same process
as before [5].

[4] http://dev.i2p.net/cgi-bin/cvsweb.cgi/i2p/history.txt?rev=HEAD
[5] http://www.i2p.net/download


jrandom at iggy:~/dev/i2p_0_4_2_6_dist$ openssl sha1 *
SHA1(i2p- 2e66927bbcff6fbbedcd58d3a3382f20b98e8f79
SHA1(i2p.tar.bz2)= ddb2c45f2c52b266d6794d7e1ae7b4648e697ce7
SHA1(i2pupdate.zip)= 7a4547d391166d0886a3cee502889e568cf77677
SHA1(i2pinstall.jar)= a71dc5c64fb5a990d1893b8ae5dfd48ba2c9a3b6
Version: GnuPG v1.2.4 (GNU/Linux)

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