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* Version 1.2.0:
- A pre-filter can now totally bypass the resolver and directly send a
reply to the client.
- A new example plugin has been shipped: ldns-aaaa-blocking. It
directly sends an empty response to AAAA queries in order to
significantly speed up lookups on hosts without IPv6 connectivity
(but with clients still asking for AAAA records anyway).
- Example plugins requiring ldns can be compiled on Windows.
- Paths with a drive name are now recognized as absolute paths on
Windows.
* Version 1.1.0:
- dnscrypt-proxy can now use plugins in order to alter/inspect
queries and responses before and after they are relayed.
See README-PLUGINS.markdown for more information.
- The default max payload size has been trimmed down to 1252 bytes
for compatibility with some scary network setups.
- The --local-port and --resolver-port options are gone for good.
They had been deprecated for a while and were undocumented since
version 1.0.
- Multiple certificates are now properly handled.
- Memory leaks have been fixed, a big bad use-after-free condition
has been fixed, uninitialized variables have been initialized.
Upgrading is recommended, especially on Windows.
* Version 1.0.1:
- dnscrypt-proxy and hostip can now be compiled for Android and
Solaris.
- The proxy can now run as a Windows service. The new --install and
--uninstall command-line switches can automatically register the proxy
as a service. Startup options are read from the Windows registry.
See the README-WINDOWS.markdown file for details.
* Version 1.0:
- Autotools scripts have been improved.
- 1.0.
* Version 0.12:
- Datagrams are resent after running out of memory, or if the queue
was full.
- Missing compilation flags broke 0.11 on some Linux distributions.
This has been fixed.
* Version 0.11:
- A new tool, hostip, can resolve host names before dnscrypt-proxy is
started. This should help resolving chicken-and-egg problems on
routers, as reported by LanceThePants.
- The --local-port and --resolver-port options have been deprecated.
Please use --local-address=<ip>:<port> and
--resolver-address=<ip>:<port> instead.
- Improved stability on Win32.
* Version 0.10.1:
- The daemon didn't start on some Linux distributions lacking the
RANDOM_UUID sysctl. This has been fixed.
- The config.guess files have been patched in order to run out of the
box on Bitrig.
* Version 0.10:
- Almost a complete rewrite, with libuv being replaced by libevent.
- The max number of simultaneous queries is now global, not
per-protocol.
- As an insame amount of routers and ISPs are hijacking port 53, the default
server port is now 443.
- iOS binaries are now smaller.
- More dtrace probes.
* Version 0.9.5:
- Full IPv6 support.
* Version 0.9.4:
- The --tcp-port option is gone. The resolver port can now be set
with --resolver-port= and forcing use of TCP can be achieved with
--tcp-only.
- portage files for Gentoo have been added.
- Libuv has been updated.
* Version 0.9.3:
- Support for native Windows builds.
- --daemonize has been fixed.
* Version 0.9.2:
- Support for cross-compilation. In particular, the proxy can now
compile and work on iOS.
* Version 0.9.1:
- DNSCrypt should compile out of the box on DD-WRT and other
uclibc-based systems.
* Version 0.9:
- libuv has been updated.
- Enhanced compatibility with non-Intel architectures.
* Version 0.8:
- Support for Windows (through Cygwin, for now) has been improved.
- Documentation has been improved.
- The package now compiles on Dragonfly BSD-current.
- Signatures are now using ed25519 instead of edwards25519sha512batch.
- The proxy now compiles on Openwall Linux.
- Libuv has been updated.
- A sample .plist file and a Homebrew formula for OSX are now provided.
* Version 0.7:
- Initial public release.