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+2.1.1 April 26, 2006
+ - Implemented --packages-as-directories in fileselect.
+
+2.1.0 Feb 26, 2006
+ - Compiled as a Universal Binary
+ - Intelligent resizing to accommodate --informative-text in
+ all inputbox dialogs, all msgbox dialogs, and textbox.
+ Same for --text in all dropdown dialogs.
+ - New "filesave" dialogs
+ - Added --packages-as-directories option to fileselect.
+ - Added --x-placement and --y-placement to bubble.
+
+2.0.0 Jan 2, 2006
+ - Added bubble dialog.
+ - Added secure modes for inputbox and standard-inputbox.
+ - The application now runs as a background app. This means no more annoying
+ menu or dock icon!
+ - Some dialogs can be floated above all other applications.
+ - Timeouts on several dialogs.
+ - Intelligent button resizing
+ - Added custom icon support to msgbox, ok-msgbox, and standard-msgbox.
+ - Added --help options (still needs improvement).
+ - Added --select-only-directories to fileselect.
+ - Restructured project directory, code hierarchy, and refactored much of the code.
+ - Cleaned up the look of several dialogs.
+ - Progressbar won't be displayed right away, to prevent showing for
+ very short operations.
+ - Bug fixes (string-input on inputboxes, missing deallocs).
+ - New application icon.
+
+1.2.2
+ - (Didn't release)
+ - Allan's patch
+
+1.2.1 Jan, 2005
+ - (Did I even release this?).
+ - Wout's patch:
+ added --no-show, --float, --timeout and --help options
+ turned into a background app so that the dialog icon does not show
+ up in the menu bar. This, together with float, is very useful for
+ loginhooks.
+
+1.2.0 Dec 28, 2004
+ - added dropdown and standard-dropdown controls.
+
+1.1.3 May 11, 2004
+ - fixed handling of multi-line input to progressbar.
+
+1.1.2 May 10, 2004
+ - fixed crash that would occur when printing return values containing
+ non-Roman characters. Thanks to Nobumi Iyanaga for finding this.
+ - added "debug" class method to CDControl and got rid of those
+ printf()s.
+
+1.1.1 April 26, 2004
+ - starting to use x.y.z versioning (instead of x.y)
+ - progressbar incorrectly printed error with --debug
+ (runControlFromOptions: always returned nil, which should only happen
+ on error). This has been fixed.
+ - progressbar character encoding bug fixed. should now properly handle
+ UTF8 labels read from stdin. see bug 942012 on sf.net page. thanks to
+ J-F Boquillard for finding and fixing this.
+
+1.1
+ - added inputbox, standard-inputbox
+ - textbox window no longer closes on escape unless there's a "Cancel"
+ button
+ - fixed error handling for textbox when --text-from-file file is
+ invalid.
+
+1.0
+ - initial release
+
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