If I missed you, please let me know!
Thomas Klausner reminded me that
cp -n does not work on NetBSD.
David Tardon fixed a memory overflow bug, which was passed to me by UsernameRandomlyGenerated.
Mplx let me know that
detox.1 had a typo in the examples.
Daniel Hauck for letting me know that passing
. as an argument was not working.
Kanliot and Tyler Adams for reporting on issues with newlines and spaces causing problems.
Thank you to Vasily Kolobkov, Zenaan Harkness, Quentin Guittard, Joao Eriberto Mota Filho, and Andrew Berezovskyi for the fix addressing the issue with detox generating malformed characters during a translation.
Sanjaymsh added the PowerPC architecture to the Travis tests.
Special thanks to Patrick Schoenfeld and Joao Eriberto Mota Filho, for maintaining the Debian version. Release v1.2.1 is almost entirely comprised of their patches.
Many thanks to Miguel Angelo Rozsas for suggesting UTF-8 support and his valuable input following that suggestion. This change helped introduce translation tables into detox.
Ciaran McCreesh put together a package for Gentoo (rock!), submitted a patch to add a prefix onto install paths (for package builds) and helped fix parallel builds.
Lou Alfonso for suggesting that the safe filter be controlled through a table so that it can be tuned easily.
Christoph Wegscheider noticed that the install script was installing everything 0755, for pointing out that not everyone has lex or yacc, and for his input on how umlauts should be converted.
Gerg Thor informed me that characters on the PowerPC platform are unsigned by default and that the libpopt parser was rolling into an infinite loop as a result.
Jon Amundsen pointed out that the lowercase converting sequence was only really working on case-insensitive filesystems.
zero_dogg from sourceforge.net suggested adding the ability to prevent certain files from being translated.
rsnemmen from sourceforge.net pointed out a bug in the way directories are handled when passed in from the command line.
Eric S. Raymond for his work on "The Art of UNIX Programming"
http://www.bbsinc.com/iso8859.html for their help in building a complete list of Latin-1 translations.
SourceForge.net for their generous hosting of this and many other projects.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UTF-8 for its help with explaining UTF-8.
Data Structures Using C - Tenenbaum, Langsam and Augenstein - for their help with hashes.
Paul Oakenfold for his unbelievable mixes. Version 1.0.0 was developed with the help of his Great Wall mix.