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apt-offline 1.8.0 released

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I am pleased to announce the release of apt-offline, version 1.8.0. This release is mainly a forward port of apt-offline to Python 3 and PyQt5. There are some glitches related to Python 3 and PyQt5, but overall the CLI interface works fine. Other than the porting, there's also an important bug fixed, related to memory leak when using the MIME library. And then there's some updates to the documentation (user examples) based on feedback from users.

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apt-offline 1.7.2 released

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I am happy to announce the release of apt-offline 1.7.2. This has turned out in time for the next release of Debian, i.e. Debian Stretch.

A long standing cosmetic issue in CLI of the progress bar total item count has been fixed. There are also a bunch of other bug fixes, for which the specifics are present in the git logs.

Also, in this release, we've tried to catch-up on the Graphical Interface, adding the GUI equivalent of the features, that were added to apt-offline in the recent past.

 

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apt-offline backports for Debian Jessie

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For Debian Jessie, the version of apt-offline available is: 1.5.1. This version has had some issues.

My very 1st backports is available in the form of apt-offline 1.7 for Debian Jessie Backports. For Debian Jessie users, this should fix most of the issues.

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