YaTQA Changelog

Starting in early 2015, YaTQA development consists of major releases released in January/February and July/August each year. The reason for this schedule is explained here.

This changelog lists changes to the most recent major release (released in February and August each year) and its smaller releases, as well as coming updates. For the latter, this text is sometimes not being updated for some weeks, especially while development happens primarily on my laptop. Additionally, it is possible for some changes to not be in the development snapshot from the FAQ yet.

Older changelogs can be found in the archive and there’s also a log with only the changes in the engine.

Winter Release 2017 (Part I)

3.7-rc1 (19 Oct 2016, unofficial release)

3.7-rc2 (18 Dec 2016, unofficial release)

3.7-rc2b (31 Dec 2016, official release)

Despite being a release candidate, this is an official update. The time limit in 3.5 did not properly run out on August 31th, 2016, so these people must download a new version by January 1st, 2017. I want those people to upgrade to the 3.7 series because of the new IPv6-enabled DNS resolver and all the bug fixes that are included. I want to do some more DNS improvements for 3.7-final, though.

no own version (31 Dec 2016, official release)

Winter Release 2017 (Part II)

v3.7 (08 Feb 2017)

3.7.1 (14 Mar 2017, RTM on 15 Mar 2017)

3.7.2 (30 Apr 2017)

3.7.3-beta (17 Jun 2017)

3.7.3-beta (17 Jun 2017)

You can download development snapshots in German and sometimes English.

The German snapshot (without the suffix) is updated more frequently than the English one, because the original language of YaTQA is German and the translation is only created periodically. The date given on the linked website is the date the file was either compiled or updated (depending on the software I used for uploading it) in German time. Snapshots can sometimes be older than the current stable release. The last upload of each snapshot is also listed in the changelog.

Sometimes, snapshots are a bit bigger than the release versions because they contain some stuff that is useless for stand-alone applications and therefore removed before release (see here for technical details). I also remove the ugly default images as YaTQA uses its own ones, which are prettier.