Synonyms for bugfixes or Related words with bugfixes
Examples of "bugfixes"
Novell continued releasing
and updates to NetWare for OS/2 up to 1998
On November 5, 2012, Opera 12.10 was released with improvements,
and security updates.
and updates for AmigaOS 4.1, new features are reserved for OS 4.2
SQL Server 2014 SP1, consisting primarily of
, was released on May 15, 2015.
Ruby 2.1.0 was released on Christmas Day in 2013. The release includes speed-ups,
, and library updates.
The game spawned a sequel a year later called "". Although set in a different realm of Trazere, the gameplay is almost identical with a few tweaks and
Jensen finally released the game on April 29, 2012, with an update with several
and a few more levels coming two weeks later.
The release of v1.0 commenced on October 27, 2014, simultaneously with release of Lua source code. The retail version included a tutorial mode, goals screen and
Kirkendall maintained the 2.1 release with
and minor enhancements as 2.1_1, 2.1_2, 2.1_3, and culminating in 2.1_4, released in October 1999.
KernelCare is a live kernel patching service that provides security patches and
for a range of popular Linux kernels that can be installed without rebooting the system
On December 22, 2011, Hyperion Entertainment released a minor update to correct many
from the third update of AmigaOS 4.1 and introduces something new.
In 1995 a program was released in Argentina called BiModem Pro 4.0. This was a user-modified version of BiModem 1.25 with some minor
and maintenance of TORCS code, the next features planned include network multiplayer mode, improved physics engine, enhanced car interior detail, and replays.
Several development teams are currently working to improve "Transport Tycoon". "TTDPatch" provides gameplay enhancements and numerous
to "TTD" by patching the original binary.
September 5, 2008 the final 3.0.0 version has been released. It contained besides numerous
an upgrade to the Yahoo! User Interface Library(YUI) for components and the backend application.
Lapicque's MPT code was taken up by a group of tracker musicians/programmers and is now known as OpenMPT. Also based on the ModPlug code is OpenMPT's "sister project" "Schism Tracker" which contributed several backports of
Version 1.4.0 was released in 2004, based on the LFS distribution and a 2.4 kernel, offering an updated user interface and a number of additional language options. This version is no longer supported with updates or
On October 14, 2013 - Ghost was made available for the first time as an extended release to the general public via GitHub as version 0.3.3 - amended with
and security updates.
The 2.3 branch also includes many performance improvements, updates, and
including changes to Proc#call, Socket and IO use of exception keywords, Thread#name handling, default passive Net::FTP connections, and Rake being removed from stdlib.
The first SSU update was pushed on 11 August 2008, and brought Diablo up to version 4.2008.30-2. The update primarily features MicroB, Modest, and connectivity framework updates as well as a number of other minor
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