[GlowWorm FW v1.5.1]
Released date: 2007.01.03
Revision number: 1639
Download link: GlowWorm-1.5.1.dmg.zip
Does declaring a release to be stable make it so? I hope so.
No earth-shattering changes to discuss. Lots and lots of annoying bugs have been fixed, many
usability improvements and so forth. Undoubtedly there will be one more bug fix immediately
after this release. Such is life.
Spent a considerable amount of time adding support for accepting payment through PayPal and
automatically generating registration codes, and making the newly generated registration code
available to the customer via the web site. Added a Mail filter that plays the Chevy Chase
sound clip from
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation,
where he says, "Hallelujah! Holy shit. Where's the Tylenol?" -- each time an email is received signifying a new customer.
- Fixed an issue in the Installer where GlowWorm.app was not installed correctly in some circumstances.
- Fixed an issue in the Installer where the post-install confirmation dialog was not displayed even though installation had succeeded.
- Fixed an issue where child processes were not being properly reaped by GlowWorm.app when disabling.
- Fixed an issue in GlowWormMB where the automatically generated rule for a listener used the remote port instead of the local port.
- Fixed an issue in GlowWormMB where the alert dialog for a listener used the remote port instead of the local port.
- Fixed an issue in GlowWormMB where automatically created rules were erroneously bound to the associated process id resulting in the rule mysteriously not having the desired effect.
- Fixed an issue in the default rule set where the direction and endpoint values were not properly set.
- Fixed an issue in the Rule Editor plugin where the correct direction, protocol and endpoint were not always displayed.
- Fixed an issue in the daemon where changes made shortly prior to the daemon being stopped were not being saved.
- Fixed an issue in the daemon where it was not dying off at the command of launchctl.
- Fixed an issue in Application Monitor where it did not correctly re-establish its rules when the system was being re-enabled.
- Updated the default rule set to include Mail.app.