Work On xllmnrd Will Slow Down

(This post is a reproduction from Change(b)Log.)

After the beta release of xllmnrd, it appears that fewer people are really interested in xllmnrd or an open-source LLMNR responder implementation on GNU/Linux than I expected. Although we have still many issues to complete the planned features, I could not use so much time for xllmnrd as before unless we would gain more interests in it. So the work on xllmnrd will for a while slow down so that I can work on other projects as well. If you see xllmnrd is interesting or looks useful for you, please let me know so that I can help you solve your problem sooner.

Mercurial Integration Package For RAD Studio Now At Milestone 1.0m1

(This post is a reproduction from Change(b)Log.)

The first milestone 1.0m1 has been tagged as release-1.0m1 on the repository.

Milestone 1.0m1 implements the following functions:

  • Minimal repository detection, which inserts placeholder items on the Project Manager pop-up menu.
  • Basic revision history integration, which shows the Mercurial revision history of a file in the IDE History Manager.

The next milestone will be 1.0m2, in which I hope very minimal Mercurial functions would be integrated in the IDE.

Link: kazssym / hgbds — Bitbucket.