Apple released iTunes 5.0 on Wednesday. MacWorld has an announcement here.
One thing noticeable right off the bat is the new parental controls tab in the Preferences. You can now disable podcasts, explicit material, the music store, and shared content. 5.0 also offers calendar and contact synchronization if you are using Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express.
Unfortunately, I don’t use either, so these last two things don’t help me a bit. As far as the music store goes, it still feels dog slow to me.
I’m a little late on this one, but the Subversion team has announced the release of Subversion 1.2.3. Downloads of the software are available here.
Google’s new Instant Messaging Service – according to this blog entry, Google has a new IM and VoIP service — and it’s Jabber compatible!
SVK 1.0.4 has been released. This version fixes various locking bugs exposed by the concurrency fix introduced in 1.0.3.
SVK 1.0.3 introduces bugs to be fixed in 1.0.4 – The recent release of SVK 1.0.3 introduced “insufficient lockings in a few commands” that were not caught by automated tests. A 1.0.4 release is currently underway.
SVK 1.0.3 released. Read the official announcement.
The much anticipated release of Subversion 1.2 is here. This version includes many changes, including the support for file locking and full autoversioning (WebDAV/Web Folders) support in addition to many performance improvements and Ruby bindings to name a few.
A full list of changes are available in the release notes.
Downloads are available from the download area.
The Subversion team has announced the release of the third release candidate for the latest version of their version control system.
The software can be downloaded from the download section of the projects web site.
The Win32 Binaries are also now available.
I’m a little behind on this one, but on April 25, the Subversion team announced the release of Subversion 1.2.0 release candidate 2.
Since I’m so late in getting this up here, the Win32 binaries are also available, according to this announcement on the mailing list.
If you are curious as to the changes in 1.2.0, check out the release notes.
For downloads, you can pull binaries and source from the project download area.