Dillo-3.0.1 has been released!
Dillo-3.0.1 brings improved privacy, never sending or accepting third-party cookies. Also, the UI theme can be changed, keys can be set for paging left/right, and you can disable the dialog that pops up when quitting with multiple tabs/windows open.
Dillo-3.0 has been released!
In Dillo3, we have shifted from fltk2 to the fltk-1.3 series. The experimental status of fltk2 had kept Dillo2 out of a number of distributions, but fltk-1.3 has already seen an official release, clearing the way for dillo to return to all of these distributions and bring safe lightweight graphical browsing to those users.
Using fltk-1.3 also means that OSX users can run dillo3 on Cocoa.
Some other interesting changes:
Dillo-2.2.1 has been released!
This is the final release of Dillo2, which depends on the moribund FLTK2, and the big news is that Dillo3, a port to FLTK-1.3, is expected to be available in a matter of weeks! FLTK-1.3 is actively developed, and 1.3.0 was released last month.
As for new features, some highlights are: more CSS properties, cookies changes, and handling of page source now uses a DPI (plugin).
Dillo-2.2 has been released!
In this release, you will find: a major overhaul of the cookies subsystem including important security fixes, a reimplementation of the Dillo Plugin (DPI) API, a configurable HTTP connection limit, improved CSS, and plenty more.
Dillo-2.1.1 has been released to provide a security fix for malicious images. A few small improvements in CSS, key bindings, etc., found their way in as well.
Thanks go to oCERT for bringing the matter to our attention.
Dillo-2.1 has been released!
This release comes with a major improvement: basic CSS!
The assorted goodies (e.g. configurable keybindings) are summarized in the splash page (about:splash), and extensively detailed in the ChangeLog.
If you like what you see in this release, and want to see the Dillo project thrive, please help us. We need developers.
Website appearance updated, plus new banner and palette idea by Ken Lee.
Dillo-2.0 received a 115 EUR donation from
In dillo2, you will find: tabbed browsing, antialiasing, different character sets, accepting compressed pages, control over image loading, smaller footprint, near 50% smaller memory usage, fewer dependencies, better table rendering, bugfixes, improved GUI, among others!
The Dillo project is frozen:
A web browser is too complex a task to develop on a part time basis, and it also is a fast-moving target. I dedicated seven years full-time to it, and I'm willing to dedicate more. This doesn't depend on me anymore as I had to take a job to pay the bills. We made great achievments with Dillo and it would be easy to quickly push FLTK2-Dillo if we could have both core developers working full time on it. This is a tiny deal for some sponsors (e. Cell phone maker), and we wish it could happen soon. Through this time we've been supported by individual's donations, and we thank them indeed for believing in our project and to help make it grow to what it is.
If you as a reader, or user, or interested party have a good idea, sponsorship or development time to devote, please don't hesitate to contact me to try to arrange for the future of Dillo.
Dillo-0.8.6 was released. This is hopefully the last GTK1-based Dillo.
You'll find plenty of fixes and improvements in this tarball. Most notably on downloads. Just check the Changelog.
OTOH, our FLTK2-based branch is advanced enough to aim on making our next release with it.
When? This depends on funding.
0.8.5 was released with some minor fixes, most notably a couple of security
fixes. Upgrade if you haven't already!
Today, two and a half months after the former release, the new dillo-0.8.4 was released!
It comes with several goodies. The most remarkable is the fix of a memory leak bug that can lead to reduced virtual size memory usage by a factor of 2 to 20 on average! (this depends on usage, pthreads library and OS).
The other big improvement is the ortogonalization of the parser. This brings several benefits detailed in the Changelog.
Finally, among the usual enhancements and improvements, a security bug was also fixed.
Our advice is to upgrade ASAP.
After a long period of work, the new dillo-0.8.3 was released today.
It comes with a parser that's able to use W3C's semantics plus some heuristics. This improves the rendering of sites that deliver non-valid HTML. It is expected to provide for better results than the venerable dillo-0.7.3, while keeping the useful diagnostic messages of the bug meter.
Just out of popular demand, a donations link was added. This may give us the opportunity to work full time on Dillo, and thus keep improving it at a much faster pace.
All the plans, required knowledge and will is there (i18n, antialiasing, better rendering, frames, https, FLTK, more plugins, ...), but we _need_ to be working on it full-time, to keep with the pace of the evolving technologies.
The new dillo-0.8.2
was released today. C'mon, go get it!
0.8.1 is finally here. After extensive testing on several platforms (see compatibility), it is no longer alpha SW but very stable beta!.
This release comes with better HTML rendering, mainly due to the improved html-parser.
The bug meter was also enhanced as a direct result from the improved parser. We hope it will serve even better the already satisfied web authors that use it to check and correct the HTML in their sites. --Thanks for the feedback and for adhering the standards.
0.8.0 has been released! A major milestone that comes with the largest Changelog ever! It has lots of improvements and advances, and also features the new bug meter.
Did you know that the Yopy 3700 ships with dillo inside?
0.7.3 has been released! It comes with improved performance, important bugfixes and a new set of toolbar Icons!
The long awaited 0.7.2 release was made. It comes with Copy&Paste!
Dillo is getting into a second stage in its development life. We're very close to doing: HTTPS, FTP, downloads and more!
We only need to get some funds, settle the core working group, organize the job, and quick results will feed the line!
A BugFix release was made (0.7.1.2). It solves the problem of dissapearing bookmarks among other things. Please upgrade ASAP.
Dillo 0.7.0 is finally out! Get it while it's hot!
Dillo plugins (dpi) allow extending the browser without increasing its core size. It even allows using dillo as a GUI!
Now dillo does IPv6, highlights found text and uses a plugin program to manage its bookmarks.
Some other very nice features and improvements include:
Dillo has moved again, and is now hosted at wearLab.
A new, updated patch for russian encodings was added to the Links section.
The first dpi-enabled dillo is available for developers! Just follow the CVS link, grab the tarball, read the docs and get started.
[15-Aug-2002] Extra! Extra! Read all about it! :-)
A new bug-fix release is out. The main fixes were on cookies.
Note: Dillo has cookies absolutely disabled by default, so if you want to enable them, go to the help page.
[26-Apr-2002] Finally, after a lot of work, Dillo 0.6.5 has been released!
Some of the nice changes include:
[19-Apr-2002] We have put together some nice eye-candy for you!
The screenshots page was redone and there are some nice shots of varied ~/.dillo/dillorc options. Also we have a new Icons section where you can see different Dillo toolbars, and download a pixmaps.h to add to your Dillo!
[04-Apr-2002] Dillo has left Sourceforge.net and won a brand new home page!
For various reasons, the Dillo team has felt that Sourceforge.net is not a good place for our development anymore. Now the people at CIPSGA has offered to host our site, CVS and e-mail groups. We thank them!
[18-Mar-2002] Introducing the new patch: Cookies! in Dillo CVS!
[29-Jan-2002] Dillo 0.6.4 has been released! Changes include:
[23-10-2001] Grigory Bakunov has created a site for non-official patches! If you have a non-official Dillo patch, you can insert it automatically.
[16-10-2001] Dillo 0.6.2 has just been released Changes include:
Aug 4, 2000
* Released dillo-0.2.3.tar.gz
Jul 27, 2000
* Added a screenshots link to the site
Jul 9, 2000
* Released dillo-0.2.2.tar.gz
Jun 20, 2000
* The ematic.com server has been down for three days, and I really hate to loose your emails, so please resend them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Jun 17, 2000
* Released dillo-0.2.1.tar.gz
Jun 5, 2000
* Updated the Web site
Jun 2, 2000
* Released a new tarball (dillo-0.2.0.tar.gz) --Just check the Changelog!
Apr 20, 2000
* Moved the site to a new server
Apr 4, 2000
* Updated the Curent plan
Mar 30, 2000
* Released a new tarball (dillo-0.1.0.tar.gz)
Mar 9, 2000
* Released a new tarball (with developer documentation!).
Feb 3, 2000
* Released a new tarball with several notorious improvements
Jan 13, 1999
* Planning to add a third stage to the Naming&Coding effort
Jan 4, 1999
Released a new tarball
Dec 30, 1999
Updated the web site, wrote new patching directions, updated the bug-track engine, incorporated several patches, and currently planning a new tarball release.
Dec 18, 1999
Naming&Coding, Stage 2, is finished, completely!!!