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A new release of BPQ32 v410c 2007Dec20 is available for download.

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  • Ron Stordahl N5IN
    A new release of BPQ32 v410c 2007Dec20 is available for download. http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BPQ32 -user group-
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 20, 2007
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      A new release of BPQ32 v410c 2007Dec20 is available for download.

      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BPQ32 -user group-
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/BPQ32/files/BPQ32_410C_2007Dec20/ -file
      folder-

      Alternate download location:

      ftp://dxspots.com/bpq32_releases/bpq32_410c_2007Dec20.htm -install
      document-
      ftp://dxspots.com/bpq32_releases/bpq32_410c_2007Dec20.exe -windows
      installer-

      From the install document:

      7.18 2007Dec20:

      This is a housekeeping release to correct the behavior of the
      installer when dealing with files and a directory which no longer
      exist in the current release. As an example, BPQNODES no longer
      exists, it has been replaced by BPQNodes.dat several releases ago. If
      during an update the installer encounters the former, data from that
      file is used creating a new BPQNodes.dat if the later does not exist.
      "Install Directory"\KissRoms\ has been moved to "Install
      Directory"\RelatedFiles\KissRoms\, the former is now deleted during an
      update, as it contains redundant information. A number of files no
      longer part of the distribution are now deleted during an update, most
      this was being done in the 2007Dec11 release, but I had not gone back
      in the history of old releases far enough, and perhaps I still have
      not! The need for this thorough housecleaning will diminish as very
      old releases find their way off of hard drives.

      As there are no actual changes to any of the BPQ32 program files,
      users do not have to replace the release of 2007Dec11 and can wait for
      a future release that contains actual program changes to the BPQ32
      suite.

      Ron Stordahl, N5IN
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