Last RC for 0.5.1 thwe real one will be out in a few days... So last last last chanse to repoort issues.

A few bugs have been fixed in the release for details check the change log.

How to Upgrade (from 0.5.0)

This is a drop-in ...

NSClient++ 0.5.1 is getting ready for release. Today we get the first release candidate so please do let us know any issues and as soon as bug reports slow down we will release the official version!

NSClient++ 0.5.1 is a minor update in terms of new ...

This fixes a few minor bugs so it is arecomended upgrade but please do be aware that it is considerd "pre-release" for a week or so so I can get some feedback on it.

Bugs fixed in this build:

  • CheckLogFile: Fixed crash when tracelogging realtime monitoring
  • Installer: Fixed op5 scripts ...
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0.5.0 Released

Posted by mickem at 2016-09-11

Finally after 62 builds we have reach the next milestone in the NSClient++ saga. While there are some breaking changes in general it should be a smooth upgrade for most people. And as 0.5.0 has been out in beta for several months I hope it wont have to ...

A minor update where the tools for building NSCLient++ have been retarted to work with Windows XP- I have updated the zip file to contain the vcruntime dlls as well so it sshould work nbetter now.

Full changelog:

2015-12-09 Michael Medin
 * Fixed XP support
 * Fixed missing redist DLLs in zip ...

The next, not to major, milestone in NSClient++ history is written today when I change the status of the latest 0.4.4 to stable. This version is a minor update which brings a new installer as well as some minor enhancements an fixes. This is in essence a continuation ...

This is a massive bug fix version and I would almost say that 0.5.0 is starting to come along nicely. There are a few structural changes I am contemplating but most of the major tings are there. If you want to take it for a spin you can ...

Some great news well overdue. While I have been working dilligently on both 0.5.0 (which was previously called 0.4.4) I have also been working together with http://op5.se to create a brand new installer for NSClient++. This new instakller is now avalible in 0.4 ...

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New website

Posted by mickem at 2015-10-13

I have created a new website which I think is btter, it is for sure a lot faster. It it still a bit of a work in progress so I need to convert some old blog posts. Clean up some parts as well as optimize things a bit.

As always ...

Seems the new fantastic forums are not so fantastic or maybe I was not so fantastic in setting them up. Seems the discourse update was botched which was solved with some manual bundle install

Long story short: they are up again.

Since I am behind a nasty firewall and don ...

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Site updates

Posted by mickem at 2015-04-28

Hello,

I have done some site updates, this is a bit of a work in progress but hopefully things will become a bit simpler to use...

Currently I have migrated the forums to http://forums.nsclient.org as well as closed down the "answers section" as it was kind of ...

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Since I have done some infrastructure changes (newer version of components) I figured I would do a release candidate for the next 0.4.3 update. Apart from infrastructure changes this also contains some bugfixes as well as new features.\ If no issues are reported in ...

Sorry altavista search spider,\ but its been a crazy busy spring.

I am working albeit slowly on some nice new stuff, and with luck things will slow down a bit in a week or so so I can finish them. But for now work is taking up way more time ...

A new build of NSClient++ has been released.\ It is mainly a bug fixes release and fixes most known issues which has surfaced in the last few weeks.\ For those who do not know we have switched to using github for tickets which has been a huge success. I will ...

Last week's buzz was all about the new 0.4.3 and this week we will spread the buzz to include the slightly older 0.4.2 as well.

The hightlights from 0.4.3 is bug fixes and some security enhancements. On popular request you can now disable ...