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1.2.3 (8 Oct 2009)
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Bug fixes by Colin Watson:
  * fix strlen() typo
  * detect linux-swap correctly

1.2.2 (2 march 2009)
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* Better configuration for systems where readline is not found

1.2.1 (28 Jan 2009)
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* Fix gettext and mkinstalldirs

1.2 (11 Jan 2009)
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* GNU Readline support
* Fix to build documentation with makeinfo.
* 3 bug fixed.
  http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=445304
  http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=504747
  http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=463720

1.0 (6 Jul 2007)
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* GPLv3
* support for BSD-style named devices
* cfdisk now optional
* Terminal fixes
* msdos logical partition fix (previous versions left a 4 MB gap)
* minor test suite fixes
* Lots of BSD label improvements 

0.9.4
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Fixed a bug in configure.ac that prevented users without 'check'
from compiling.

0.9.3
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Option to compile without GNU extensions (Robert Millan).
Minor fixes.  Removed autotools kludge.

0.9.2
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Added autotools kludge so mkinstalldirs is correctly substituted.

0.9.1
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Fix to include man pages in distribution.

0.9
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Initial release with lfdisk, gfdisk and cfdisk.

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