This is the least exciting news ever but is worth recording. I’m changing the way I version releases to make more sense. Minor bugfix releases will be x.x.x (e.g. 2.1.6). Releases with major features which don’t break file compatability will be x.x (e.g. 2.1) and those releases that do break file compatability will be x (e.g. 2, 3 etc) which should make the versioning a little clearer.
Over the past few weeks I have been working on D&D Manager to improve the source code as I mentioned in my last post. Those efforts have been successful and now the code can be downloaded from the source page. These improvements should make it easier to keep the program high-quality.
For developers only: Giving those changes in a more technical language. Basically I have added defined constants, continued to improve the source documentation and converted the .nib files to .xib files, which now have the advantage that they will behave better with SVN so translations and other modifications can be done easier. Unfortunately they now require Mac OS X Leopard to edit, but the program will run on Mac OS X Tiger and will do for the foreseeable future.