Jan. 15, 2014
FOSSology 2.4.0 released
Dec. 17, 2013
FOSSology 2.4.0 RC1 released
2.3.0-rc1 becomes 2.3.0 general release
The FOSSology Project is pleased to announce FOSSology 2.3.0-RC1 (Release Candidate 1).
The source tarball used to build the packages can be found here (scroll down for packages): https://sourceforge.net/projects/fossology/files/fossology/2.3.0-rc1/
Release Notes can be found at:
- 2.3.0 contains a version of the license scanner (nomos) that can be built and run without installing the rest of fossology.
- Search now includes license and copyright filters
- You can now upload directly from GIT and Subversion
- Many license scanner updates
- Fixes for RHEL/Fedora dependencies installation
- Fixed Edit Upload Properties so you can select different folders.
- Many enhancements to testing and developers continuous integration system. This includes integrating nomos regression testing into CI.
- Group management UI improved to be less confusing.
- Folder properties can now be changed for other than the Software Repository folder.
- Agents can now accept a -v option to return their version number.
- apt-get purge now works correctly
- over 100+ issues addressed (see issue tracker or above Release Notes link)
Unofficial install packages for RHEL, CentOS, Fedora, Debian and Ubuntu (32 and 64 bit) are now available for download from:
Use the lines below to edit the baseurl in the /etc/yum.repos.d/fossology.repo file:
Use the lines below to edit the /etc/apt/sources.list file:
http://www.fossology.org/releases/2.3.0-rc1/Debian/ 6.0 contrib
http://www.fossology.org/releases/2.3.0-rc1/Debian/ 7.0 contrib
http://www.fossology.org/releases/2.3.0-rc1/Ubuntu/ 12.04 contrib
http://www.fossology.org/releases/2.3.0-rc1/Ubuntu/ 12.10 contrib
As always, please report bugs using our issue tracker on the project website athttp://www.fossology.org/projects/fossology/issues OR, write to the fossology mailing list at email@example.com.
We are pleased to announce the official general release of FOSSology 2.2.0
The main changes are:
1) Stronger permissions can now restrict upload access.
2) We finished merging SPDX license names with our own (giving priority to the SPDX names)
More information can be found at:
For source installs, the new 2.2.0 tarball can be found in the usual place:
Debian and RPM packages can be found in their usual place:
Install information can be found on our System Administrator Documentation
FOSSology version 2.2.0-rc2 is now available. Several package distros are downloadable from http://www.fossology.org/releases/2.2.0-rc2/.
See the release notes at http://www.fossology.org/projects/fossology/wiki/Release_Notes#220-rc2-Released-May-13-2013.
FOSSology version 2.2.0-rc1 is now available. Several package distros are downloadable from http://www.fossology.org/releases/2.2.0-rc1/.
See the release notes at http://www.fossology.org/projects/fossology/wiki/Release_Notes#220-rc1-Released-April-16-2013.
Our friends at Antelink have integrated FOSSology into their Antepedia Reporter
More info can be found on this link to the antelink blog:
Our friends at Antelink publish their instructions for installing fossology 2.1 from source.
FOSSology version 2.1.0-rc2 has become our general release 2.1.0 and is now available. Several package distros are downloadable from http://www.fossology.org/releases/2.1.0/.
See the release notes at http://www.fossology.org/projects/fossology/wiki/Release_Notes#Release-Notes.
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