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    1 2020-03-02 Version 3.3 - Alex Hornung <alex@alexhornung.com>
    2 
    3  * Add new --prompt-passphrase option to reduce unlock time when both a
    4    passphrase and keyfiles are required (issue #75).
    5 
    6 
    7 2020-02-27 Version 3.1 - Alex Hornung <alex@alexhornung.com>
    8 
    9  * Various memory leak/use-after-free bugs (issue #67).
   10 
   11  * Minor improvements to CMakeLists.txt to allow for empty LIB_SUFFIX and
   12    overriding sbin/ vs bin/.
   13 
   14 
   15 2020-02-27 Version 3.0 - Alex Hornung <alex@alexhornung.com>
   16 
   17  * Added support for VeraCrypt volumes. See man page for more details.
   18 
   19 
   20 2014-03-10 Version 2.0 - Alex Hornung <alex@alexhornung.com>
   21 
   22  * Documented SIGINFO/SIGUSR1 behaviour in man page.
   23 
   24  * Fixed creation (and volinfo) of 2GB+ volumes on 32-bit
   25    architectures, including armhf.
   26 
   27  * Try without a passphrase first if keyfiles are provided (issue
   28    #42).
   29 
   30  * Fixed handling of disks and volumes with 4k sectors (issue #45).
   31 
   32  * Add an option to allow TRIM (discards) on the mapped volume
   33    (issue #47).
   34 
   35  * Add an option to use a header-in-a-file for most operations.
   36 
   37  * Add an option to save a header to a file to the modify operation
   38    (issue #43).
   39 
   40  * Complete API redesign.
   41 
   42 
   43 2013-07-31 Version 1.1 - Alex Hornung <alex@alexhornung.com>
   44 
   45 Special thanks to Mike Baker, Joshua Escamilla and Alon Bar-Lev
   46 for contributing fixes/improvements!
   47 
   48  * Added command to request information on mapped volumes.
   49 
   50  * Added support for full disk encryption.
   51 
   52  * Added support to query/map volumes using the backup headers
   53    instead of the primary headers.
   54 
   55  * Prefixed dm(4) uuids with CRYPT-TCPLAY-.
   56 
   57  * Added the 'device' field to all info commands.
   58 
   59  * Added command to modify/reencrypt a header, allowing passphrase
   60    and keyfile changes, as well as restoring from the backup
   61    header.
   62 
   63  * Improvements to Makefile.classic.
   64 
   65 
   66 2013-05-15 Version 1.0 - Alex Hornung <alex@alexhornung.com>
   67 
   68  * Fixed bug in hidden volume protection (issue #28).
   69 
   70  * Added cmake build infrastructure (old single-Makefile option
   71    is also still available, using Makefile.classic).
   72 
   73  * Changed IV gen in mapped devices to plain64 from plain.
   74 
   75  * Fixed bug in passphrase logic - Truecrypt limits passphrases
   76    to 64 bytes (issue #24).
   77 
   78  * Added unmap option to command line tool (issue #17).
   79 
   80  * Added option to use /dev/urandom for key material, although
   81    this should only ever be used for testing purposes (issue
   82    #19).
   83 
   84  * Complete API overhaul. See man page for details.
   85 
   86  * Added test framework and tests.
   87 
   88  * Other minor bugfixes and tweaks.
   89 
   90 
   91 2012-11-16 Version 0.11 - Alex Hornung <alex@alexhornung.com>
   92 
   93 Special thanks to Cody Schafer(jmesmon) for providing some of the
   94 fixes and to all the people out there packaging tcplay for their
   95 distros! If there's any way that I can make your life easier, let
   96 me know! Thanks to all the bug reporters as well.
   97 
   98  * Restored the library/API to working condition
   99 
  100  * Made it possible to pipe in passwords
  101 
  102  * Fixed edge case with memcpy copying in and out to the same place
  103 
  104  * Given up on -Werror, as some Linux distros have warnings even in
  105    their standard header files.
  106 
  107  * Fixed typos
  108