Python 2.3 and GTK2 port released shortly
(13 March 2004)
It's taken longer than I'd hoped, but a new Python 2.3 compatible version of LANdialler is now available from CVS (scroll down to the "Anonymous CVS Access" section). I've not made packages yet as there's quite a bit of work to do on the installation and packaging, and it is not yet tested on Windows. If you'd like to try it check it out from CVS and run both the client and server from within their current directories. I've uploaded a screenshot to tempt you into it.
Development back underway (18 January
I've made very few changes to LANdialler for a long time now, primarily because it just worked. However, it no longer works out of the box with the later versions of Python due to the absorption of the XML-RPC module into the Python standard library. This is the first thing that will be fixed.
I'm also intending to port the Unix GUI to GTK2, a change which is long over due. For a full list of what's coming see the TODO list.
LANdialler Server 0.2.1 Released (11 January 2002)
This is primarily a bugfix release - if you use LANdialler we recommend you upgrade. Note that you do not need to upgrade the client. Read the release notes for further details.
LANdialler 0.2 Final Released (6 November 2001)
GTK+ is now supported, and is the default GUI toolkit on Unix systems! A couple of minor bugs have also been squashed in the client and server.
LANdialler 0.2pre releases (1 November 2001)
The whole system has had a complete overhaul, including full multi-user support and a fully re-designed user interface. Plugins for other GUI toolkits are now possible - GTK+ is already under way.
If you've got version 0.2 we strongly recommend that you upgrade.
LANdialler 0.1 released (28 August 2001)