-Trac 0.6.1 (245 Trioxin) Release Notes
+Trac 0.7 (Fulci) Release Notes
-Edgewall Software is pleased to announce the release of Trac 0.6.1 '245 Trioxin'.
+Edgewall Software proudly announces the immediate availability of our latest
+release, Trac 0.7 'Fulci'.
Trac is a minimalistic web-based software project management and bug/issue
tracking system. It provides an interface to the Subversion revision control
systems, an integrated wiki, flexible issue tracking and convenient report
Trac allows wiki markup in issue descriptions and commit messages, creating
links and useful structure between bugs, tasks, changesets, files and wiki
For more information, please visit the main Trac web site:
The software, published under the GNU General Public License, is
-Please report problems and provide feedback in the project issue tracker:
+Please report problems and provide feedback in the project issue tracker:
-This is primarily a bugfix release. 0.6.1 also brings:
+0.7 'Fulci' is an important release for Trac, and also brings the largest number of
+improvements yet. It marks a big step towards the big '1.0', some of the
+biggest changes being the introduction of a new database format and the
+experimental stand-alone Trac daemon.
- * RPM package for SuSE Linux
- * Windows installer, including clearsilver
- * A welcome to a new developer; Rocky Burt
- * Fixed bugs. See ChangeLog for details.
+A summary of major changes for this release:
-For complete release details, see the ChangeLog at:
+ * Revised database format. (Requires manual upgrade).
+ * Trac stand-alone daemon, tracd (Experimental).
+ * Greatly improved browser.
+ * Many usability improvements.
+ * UTF-8 character encoding support.
+ * Wiki page attachments.
+ * Syntax coloring supporting >35 languages, using SilverCity or GNU Enscript.
+ * Better support for ReStructuredText.
+ * Logging support, including syslog and windows event log.
+ * Ticket email notification.
+ * Improved search facilities.
+ * Import tickets from Bugzilla (contributed by Mark Rowe).
+ * Import tickets from SourceForge (contributed by Dmitry Yusupov).
+For a more complete list of improvements, see the ChangeLog at:
-Edgewall Software is a small consulting business focusing on GNU/Linux and
-open source software services. Edgewall offers custom software development,
-Linux consulting and commercial support, including Trac and Subversion
+Edgewall Software is an independent software development company specialized
+in Linux and open source technologies. Edgewall provides software development
+capabilities and consultancy to clients worldwide, on both short term basis
+and in long term strategic partnerships.
-For more information, visit our web site at <http://www.edgewall.com/>
+Specific areas of expertise include:
+ * Python development, including Python extensions and integration.
+ * Web services and application development.
+ * C and C++ application development for UNIX and Linux.
+ * Cross-platform application development and porting.
+ * Open Source development practices, methods and tools.
+Edgewall also offers professional Trac support and consulting, including
+customization, integration and custom feature development.
+For more information, visit our web site at <http://www.edgewall.com/>
or email us at <mailto:email@example.com>.
-Many thanks to everyone who has, and continue to, contribute to the project.
-Also our thanks to all people providing feedback and bug reports that helps us
-make Trac better, easier to use and more effective.
+Many thanks to the growing number of people who have, and continue to,
+support the project. Also our thanks to all people providing feedback and bug
+reports that helps us make Trac better, easier to use and more effective.
Without your invaluable help, Trac would not evolve. Thank you.
Finally, we hope Trac will prove itself useful to like-minded programmers
-around the world, and of course that this release is an improvement over the
+around the world, and that this release will prove an improvement over the
/The Trac Team <http://trac.edgewall.com/>