0.5.2.0 build 521
 

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0.5.2.0 build 521

Started by PPK, 06 August, 2015, 15:20:47

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Windows x86 version with GUI  and Lua 5.3.1: http://www.ptokax.org/files/0.5.2.0-L5.3-b521.7z
Windows x86-x64 version with GUI  and Lua 5.3.1: http://www.ptokax.org/files/0.5.2.0-L5.3-b521-x64.7z
Windows x86 service with Lua 5.3.1: http://www.ptokax.org/files/0.5.2.0-L5.3-b521-srv.7z
Windows x86-x64 service with Lua 5.3.1: http://www.ptokax.org/files/0.5.2.0-L5.3-b521-srv-x64.7z

Windows x86 version with GUI and Lua 5.1.5: http://www.ptokax.org/files/0.5.2.0-L5.1-b521.7z
Windows x86-x64 version with GUI and Lua 5.1.5: http://www.ptokax.org/files/0.5.2.0-L5.1-b521-x64.7z
Windows x86 service with Lua 5.1.5: http://www.ptokax.org/files/0.5.2.0-L5.1-b521-srv.7z
Windows x86-x64 service with Lua 5.1.5: http://www.ptokax.org/files/0.5.2.0-L5.1-b521-srv-x64.7z

Source for unix: http://www.ptokax.org/files/0.5.2.0-nix-src-b521.tgz

Quote from: Changes from 0.5.1.0 build 520
Added: Info that SQL Wildcards can be used in !getinfo and !getipinfo.
Fixed: Crash in SetMan.SetString (thx The-Master and C??oßy†? for report).
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