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Releases: brentvollebregt/whos-on-my-network

Release v2.2.4

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  • #10: Notify Windows users if Npcap isn't installed when trying to scan the network using scapy

Release v2.2.3

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  • Fix #2: Frontend ULRs not resolving correctly

Release v2.2.2

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Merge branch 'develop'

Release v2.2.1

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This release contains small changes that allow plugin configuration values to be stored in config.json.

Also:

  • The default internal scanning method is now treated as a plugin
  • prettier has been added as a JavaScript formatter

Release v2.2.0

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This release focused on adding the scan time plots to the device and person page and add the ability to merge one device into another.

This is a summary on what changed in this release:

  • Added the ability to merge two devices (if MAC addresses have changed)
  • Added scan time plot on the device page
  • Added scan time plot on the person page
  • Added debug command to help identify internal settings and locations
  • Fixed prettier config

Release v2.1.0

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This update adds support for building whos-on-my-network with a plugin. For example, executing package.sh asus-rt-ac58u will build the module into a binary that uses the asus-rt-ac58u plugin.

Also:

  • Fixed plugin asus-rt-ac58u to support 3.0.0.4.382.51939 (2019/12/23)

Release v2.0.2

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Each release will now contain whos_on_my_network with the pre-built web app and a Windows executable which does not require Python to run the application.

  • Moved config and database to external locations to support bundling to an executable