I’ve released ver sion 0.4.0 of Lightspark, a free flash player imple men ta tion. This release was focused on improv ing sta bil ity, so all the crashes found by many testers should be fixed now.
on 05/31/2010 – Made popular on 05/31/2010
After the last round of bug fixing and improvements over the release candidate I’m happy to announce that version 0.5.0 of Lightspark, a FOSS flash player implementation aimed at supporting newer flash files (SWF 9+), is finally released.
Beside stability improvements there is no new great new feature since the last released candidate (see here for more info).
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