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# Changes in version 4.1-1.?.? - 2017-0?-??
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 * Medium changes
   - Reset IPv6 exit-policy summary in details status if a newer
     server descriptor doesn't contain such a summary anymore.
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   - Remove optional fields "countries", "transports", and "versions"
     from clients objects which were still labeled as beta.
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# Changes in version 4.0-1.3.0 - 2017-08-04
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 * Medium changes
   - Add a parse history for imported descriptor archives.
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   - Upgrade to Jetty9 and other Debian stretch dependencies.
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# Changes in version 4.0-1.2.0 - 2017-02-28
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 * Medium changes
   - Accept searches by IPv6 addresses even without leading or
     enclosing square brackets.


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# Changes in version 3.2-1.1.0 - 2017-01-27
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 * Major changes
   - Fix a bug where we'd believe that we have first seen a bridge on
     January 1, 1970 when in fact we have never seen it in a bridge
     network status and only learned about it from its self-published
     bridge server descriptor.

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 * Medium changes
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   - Unify the build process by adding git-submodule metrics-base in
     src/build and removing all centralized parts of the build
     process.
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   - Accept the same characters in qualified search terms as in their
     parameter equivalents.
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   - Exclude bandwidth history values from the future.
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   - Extend order parameter to "first_seen".
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   - Add response meta data fields "relays_skipped",
     "relays_truncated", "bridges_skipped", and "bridges_truncated".
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 * Minor changes
   - Include XZ binaries in release binaries.

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# Changes in version 3.1-1.0.0 - 2016-11-23
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 * Major changes
   - This is the initial release after over five years of development.