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    A new version of PeaZip, 1.4, has arrived.
    Release 2007-03-05

    http://peazip.sourceforge.net/
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/peazip

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    Hi, main news about PeaZip 1.4:
    - introduces compression/extraction frontend for QUAD;
    - allows to send input data to TAR archive before other compression/archiving/etc stage;
    - features a strip/UPX frontend, mainly intended for developers, which allows to contain the size of executables.

    Next steps will be:
    - improve QUAD's frontend (probably a mid term update called 1.4b)
    - introduce localization (next version, 1.5); probably before I'll publish text to be translated on a package to allow contributors to send back translations since I will only be able to translate it in English and Italian (please read notes about incomplete UTF-8 support on PeaZip website, which for the moment will make localization a bit difficult for some languages and not possible to others, while generally feasible for West European languages).

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    Thanks Fallon!

    Quote Originally Posted by giorgiotani
    Next steps will be:
    - improve QUADs frontend (probably a mid term update called 1.4b)
    - introduce localization (next version, 1.5); probably before Ill publish text to be translated on a package to allow contributors to send back translations since I will only be able to translate it in English and Italian (please read notes about incomplete UTF-8 support on PeaZip website, which for the moment will make localization a bit difficult for some languages and not possible to others, while generally feasible for West European languages).
    Looking forward to the next relese!

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