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pcb-4.0.0 released

Written for pcb by Bert Timmerman on 2017-01-17

Dear Users and Contributors,

It has been quite some time since the last snapshot of pcb was released
in March 2014.

Since then quite a lot of bugs were fixed and new features added, below
a summary is given of the improvements and additions since the latest
snapshot "pcb-20140316".

This release represents over 480 commits (mostly bugfixes and code
refactoring) and as such this summary clearly is not complete.

This pcb release 4.0.0 has a significant change in the major version
number.

This is done to make a fresh start and to get away from the 1.99z
version with YYYYMMDD snapshots.

The tarball and checksums file can be downloaded from:

https://sourceforge.net/projects/pcb/files/

Any bugs, or others shortcomings, can be reported to either the geda-user
mailing list or the Launchpad Bug Tracker:

https://bugs.launchpad.net/pcb

Kind regards,

The pcb development team

Updated on 2017-01-17.

Bug tracker moved to Launchpad

Written for pcb by Peter Clifton on 2011-01-07

After many years tracking bugs on SourceForge, the PCB bug tracker has moved to Launchpad. With luck, this will ease some of the developers work-flows, and help to ensure bugs and patches don't languish lost and unattended.

There is a lot of bug triage work ahead, and we would appreciate all the help we can get.

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