fink-0.38.3 was released on 29 November, 2014. This release enables the
official 10.10 binary distribution by default, along with official OS X 10.10.1 support
and other fixes and enhancements.
fink-0.38.0 was released on 18 October, 2014.
The Fink Project announces official support for Yosemite (OS X 10.10) with
the release of fink-0.38.0.
10.9 users who want to upgrade their Fink installations in place from 10.9 to 10.10
may do so. To do so, you must install fink-0.38.0 (or later) on 10.9
before updating to 10.10. We don't support upgrading Fink on 10.8 or earlier to 10.10.
fink-0.37.1 was released on 20 September, 2014.
This release fixes bootstrapping on 10.9 under Xcode 6.x, among other fixes and
In addition, this release adds official 10.9.4 and 10.9.5 support.
fink-0.37.0 and fink-0.37.0 were released on 4 June, 2014.
These fink releases contain fixes for Java detection on 10.6 if older
versions of Apple's Java SDK are installed. fink-0.37.0 officially
recognizes OS 10.9.3. In addition, Fink's compiler wrappers are
now installed directly by the fink package to make for easier modifications.
fink-0.36.5 marks the end of 10.6 support by the Fink Project. Users
who want package updates should contact the maintainers of the respective packages.
Unmaintained packages can be updated by request as well.
fink-0.36.4 was released on 6 April, 2014.
This fink release restores the use of an official binary distribution by
default on 10.8 and 10.9 (if distributions are created for 10.6 and 10.7
those will be supported, too). In addition, it works around the multiple
build failures introduced by Xcode 5.1 on 10.8 and 10.9. This release also includes
official support for OS X 10.9.2, fixes the bootstrap operation when Xcode.app isn't
present, and makes x86_64 the default architecture for 10.6 bootstraps.
Users are encouraged to run fink selfupdate to install this version of
fink, particularly in view of the Xcode 5.1 build issues.
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