Tag: Version

Software versioning is the process of assigning either unique version names or unique version numbers to unique states of computer software. Within a given version number category (major, minor), these numbers are generally assigned in increasing order and correspond to new developments in the software. At a fine-grained level, revision control is often used for keeping track of incrementally different versions of electronic information, whether or not this information is computer software. Modern computer software is often tracked using two different software versioning schemes—an #Internal version numbers that may be incremented many times in a single day, such as a revision control number, and a “released version” that typically changes far less often, such as semantic versioning or a project code name.

Inventaire version 1.0.1

  Version 1.0.1 Interface – Correction of the localizations. – New icon. – New menu. – New interface for the insurances. – New interface for the places. – New interface for the preferences. – New toolbar. – New background for insurances. Listings – Icons for the places, objects and files. – Right Click for the […]

Crypt version 1.0.4

Version 1.0.4 – Addition of Crypt cleaner. (Clean references, etc…) – Addition of preferences. – Addition of references. (List of references to files or encrypted files) – Addition of a toolbar. – Correction of the background. – Correction of the interface. – Correction of numerous bugs. (Thanks to critics) – Correction of password storage. – […]

Cryptext version 1.0.8

Version 1.0.8 – Correction of colors. – Correction of compatibility. – Correction of drag and drop. – Correction of the localizations. – Correction of the documentation. – Addition of transparency. Versions of the Cryptext software for Mac.

Cryptext version 1.0.7

Version 1.0.7 – Correction of the minimum system requirement. Versions of the Cryptext software for Mac.