- (versions before 1.00)
Version 0.99 - 6. November 1997
- Brand new report generator with print preview is finally included in
this release! It is not completely finished, some functionality is yet
to come (custom reports), but you can get the general idea. Visual
appearance of a report can be customized, and complete print preview
is in there, with background page generation, zoom, full screen mode
and all. Exporting to ASCII files is just basic at this stage, though,
and there may be some minor problems left to solve later. A lot of fresh
coding was done in a very short time for the new report generator, and
some bugs are probably fair to be expected in this release. Let me know!
Check the "reportg.txt" file for some more development details.
- Extended "Compare Files to Catalog" option to compare not only to one
whole catalog, but to allow user to select which disks or catalogs to
include in compare (just like in Limit Search option). Also, added a
"Cancel" button to interrupt the process if it takes too long.
- Added a new feature in search by filename: if program detects that data
to search for is in a file mask format (using '*' and '?' characters),
it will automatically switch to 'Search by File Mask' mode, regardless
of previous setting (default is 'Part of Filename' setting).
- Improved handling of international characters in filenames.
- Improved detection of multi-session CD-ROMs where Windows may return
incorrect total media size (only the last track is counted).
- Added Ctrl-PgUp to act the same way as a backspace, or a Back button,
just like it does in popular Norton Commander. Also added Ctrl-PgUp
and Ctrl-PgDown shortcuts to switch tabs in Compare Results window.
- Fixed disk properties dialog for users with small font setting.
- Fixed a dialog for disk selection shown when at least two disks with the
same parameters already exist in catalog when adding a new disk. For
users with small font setting only, window with disks list was not
resized properly, covering the buttons at the bottom completely...
- Fixed searching by filemask. In some special cases, searching failed to
correctly locate items.
- Fixed some minor problems with extracting from RAR files when they are
in the right pane of the main window.
- Fixed some minor problems with recognizing some rare TAR files, and
adjusted .Z and .GZ files handling.
- Fixed some problems about importing descriptions from Files.bbs files.
- Fixed disk properties dialog for users with small font setting.
- Some other minor adjustements that came my way...
Version 0.90.9b - 26. October 1997
- Added .Z (Unix compress) archive recognition, and .LZH extraction support.
- Added small fancy tabs in Compare Results window, for easy switching
between lists as well as better preview of compare results.
- Added progress bar indicator when program is loading catalog data needed
to search for files in that catalog ("Compare Files to Catalog" option).
- Added new option in Display Settings to enable/disable showing keyboard
shortcuts inside button tooltips. If this is enabled (default), tips
will have shortcut information appended, f.e. "Open Catalog (Ctrl-O)"
- Extended support for NTFS volume labels that can be up to 32 characters
long (compared to 11 characters in (V)FAT, FAT32, or CDFS)
- Added F4 shortcut in Search window and User List to access properties,
and added Ctrl-I shortcut for ASCII Viewer.
- When using external ASCII viewer, program will now always pass filename
to view enclosed between two double-quotes. This should allow some
applications proper long filename handling when spaces and other "invalid"
characters are used in filename. Also, a new option was added to force
using short filenames only when running external viewer program.
- Extracting from RAR archives was broken in 0.90.9, now it's working again.
- Quick-search introduced in previous version was not setup correctly for
the new Compare Results window when new items were displayed. Fixed.
- Fixed importing description priority order (archive comments always had
priority over File_id.diz inside archive, whatever the settings was).
- When updating disk data with "Quick scan" option on, folder sizes may
have been calculated incorrectly. Fixed.
- Importing descriptions like File_id.diz from inside compressed files
sometimes did not work correctly if lower-case chars were used in the
- Number of folders was sometimes reported incorrectly as 65535 for empty
- If trying to open already opened catalog, exception error would show. Fixed.
- Picture for disabled View button in Search window was displayed incorrectly.
Version 0.90.9a - 22. October 1997
- Added a new option to check if files located somewhere on your drive are
already stored somewhere in the catalog. As a result you will get three
lists of files, telling you which files are new, which were found to be
the same in the catalog and which were only matched by name, but not
other properties, like size or date .Using this, you should be able to
avoid storing the same files to many different places.
- Added 'View File' command as a choice for double-click action.
- Changed the 'Clear previous search results' in Search dialog to be checked
- Enabled quick search in all list windows: if you want to select a known
item on the list (file, folder,...), just start typing its name -
selection will be repositioned to the first item with name matching to
what you have typed.
- Introduced a small delay before updating the left window when moving
selection through the treeview using your keyboard. This prevents
unnecessary flicker (left list will be updated in 0.5 seconds after you
stop moving). If using your mouse, however, left window will still be
updated at once.
- Fixed ASCII viewer settings, rich-text format parsing was active for all
files, not only *.rtf (some rare text files would appear truncated).
Version 0.90.9 - 19. October 1997
- Help file has been dramatically improved, and more dialogs now have
context-sensitive help available, including the options and main window.
- New option to compare data in catalog against current data on media is
introduced in this version. You can now compare the contents of any disk
or folder in the catalog to its origin, in order to find files that are
new, deleted, changed, or the same as in time of cataloguing this data.
- The main toolbar can now be customized! You can rearrange buttons and
separators, and select which buttons will appear on toolbar and which not.
This became necessary since new version has even more available buttons
and toolbar may simply get too big to see for some users.
- New internal ASCII viewer can show you the contents of any (text) file
right out from WhereIsIt. It is no longer needed to have certain file
types registered with Notepad and launch them in order to see their
- Added Unix GZIP and UnGZIP support (.gz file extension)
- Searching is about 25% faster and safer than before, due to optimized
search thread settings.
- Added ability to change disk serial number in Windows NT, too.
- Added some safe-guards when ejecting disk under NT. This should allow to
safely remove media from drive, without interrupting the system.
- When program is already running, and user double-clicks catalog file in
Explorer, or runs another instance of program with catalog filename as
a parameter(s) to load, the running instance will be notified and will
try load the specified catalogs.
- Improved settings dialog. Tabs now have small images on them and a few
pages have been changed and added to adjust for new options.
- Extended Quick-Setup Wizard with some new settings.
- Sizes for files and folders now have thousands separators for easier
reading. Also, you can now set in program's settings if you want sizes
displayed as numbers (i.e. 665.795) or formatted printout (i.e. 650.2 kB)
- After returning to previous folder, by selecting '..' folder or pressing
the Back button, previously selected folder is now selected by default.
- Updating disk image with quick-scan option turned on and lots of compressed
files in the same folders will be much faster now.
- Removed all flickering on toolbar buttons in Search and User List windows
when moving selection through items.
- When creating a new catalog, program will now ask you for the name of the
catalog (in previous versions, name was auto-assigned as 'CatalogNN',
which is now only the default value in the edit box when you are asked).
- Added option to create backup (.BAK) files while saving catalogs.
- Added a default path to catalog files in program settings.
- Improved multi-instance detection, now it's more fail-safe and robust.
- Installation files like Setup.exe and Install.exe will now have a special
icon, different from other .exe files.
- Fixed a bug that may cause the catalog to become corrupted. This would
only happen if updating disk image was canceled, you were using quick-scan
option, catalog contained some archive files, and was later on modified
and saved. Considering all this, most users should be on the safe side,
but still, I am glad this bug is out.
- Fixed a problem where a disk scan was sometimes terminated with
explanation that error has occurred during disk scan. This was traced back
to archive files with dates older that 1.1.1980 (only possible to find on
some CD-ROMs, disks with NTFS, but not on disks formatted with FAT).
Thanks to Mr. Richard Hieber for detailed analysis on this problem.
- Fixed some problems when updating virtual disk image.
- Fixed keyboard interface in Found List and User List. Keys like Enter,
Alt-Enter, Delete, Shift-Delete etc. will now work properly.
- If user would switch to User List or Search window in the same moment
while program is busy closing catalog(s), program would crash. Fixed.
- Fixed counting files on disk update. Archive files like zip, arj,... were
not correctly counted in some cases when browsing inside archive files
option was enabled. This caused that total files on disk or in catalog
were displayed too low.
- Fixed TAR support. Third-parity component used in WhereIsIt? for most
compressed file support had a problem detecting valid TAR files.
- If trying to autoload catalog that does not exist any more, program would
report another error after correctly notifying the user about inaccessible
catalog file. Fixed.
- Many other minor improvements and fixes were added.
Version 0.90.8b - 21. September 1997
- Changed Ctrl-X shortcut in main menu for program exit into more standard
Alt-F4. Ctrl-X can be used for 'cut' operations where supported. Also
added F3 shortcut to bring up Search dialog, and F4 to bring up item's
- ESC key will now work in Export Descriptions dialog as Cancel button.
- Fixed problem with double-click on found list items. Item would stay
selected from drag&drop operation.
- Selected items will now be preserved after sorting.
- Fixed error with exporting descriptions when program would report an
error if subfolders checkbox was checked. Some last-minute changes
before releasing the 0.90.8 broke this.
- Fixed some other minor bugs I found in the process.
Version 0.90.8a - 14. September 1997
- Added iomega JAZ drive recognition and icon (Win95 only).
- Fixed a problem regarding updating removable drives stored in existing
catalogs that are now recognized as zip or jaz drives.
- Fixed a minor bug about preserving descriptions on disk update.
- Some other minor improvements have been added.
Version 0.90.8 - 12. September 1997
- Added option to export descriptions back to media, in either of three
supported descriptions formats (File_id.diz, Descript.ion, Files.bbs).
- Added drag&drop capability for adding to User List and moving disks
between catalogs. Program is now also capable of accepting drag&drop
catalog files from other programs (like Explorer), opening them in
WhereIsIt as a result.
- Added option to eject media after adding/updating it in catalog.
- Added a new option to change disk serial number if the same is found
on another disk in catalog. This will only work on Windows 95 at the
moment, I still need some details for Windows NT on this.
- Search and User List windows will now save their size and position, and
they both have buttons to always stay on top of other windows if desired.
- In Search dialog is a new checkbox to clear previous search results
when starting a new search.
- Extended archive file support with Unix TAR/UnTAR.
- Archive file support can now be customized, by enabling or disabling
each of supported archive types. This allows you to enable only those
archives you are using, allowing some faster disk scanning.
- Two new options are present in disk scan dialog: you can choose if you
will allow quick archive file scan when it already exists in the catalog
and has not changed, and you can choose to browse archive files only
for descriptions, not their contents.
- Disk scan algorithm has been optimized to reduce number of disk's head
movements during an add/update disk operation. This should result in
faster and smoother disk reading on slower devices.
- Added iomega ZIP drive recognition (Win95 only). No more "default"
removable-drive icon! For all other drives, I only need to have their
signatures. If you have a removable drive, and would like to have it
recognized by name and type, contact me by e-mail for simple instructions
what I need to have from you. I am still looking for way to do the same
in Windows NT.
- Added some new options when launching EXE files from inside archive files.
In many cases, exe files need to have all distribution files available
to run properly, not only the .exe file. Program will now offer an option
to extract entire archive to temporary folder first and run the exe file
from there. This should be enough to enable running most installation
programs right out of WhereIsIt?, even if they are compressed.
- When first item is found while searching, focus is placed on that item,
and list is scrolled so item is visible. This way, you can always see
which items were added in current search, and which are left from before.
- Folders from compressed files are no longer stored as separate items in
catalog. Only compressed files will be analyzed.
- Extracting from RAR solid archives is now faster and optimized.
- Added total files/folders display to catalog's properties
- Added F2 shortcut for renaming items (same as in Explorer)
- Program's shut down time has been optimized, and it is now about twice
as fast as before.
- Screen updates were further optimized, resulting in faster browsing
- Fixed RAR and CAB support. Browsing those files should now finally work
properly. Due to fixed bug in multi-volume CAB support, updating disks
with such files will be much faster now.
- Fixed a few Catalog Manager problems, the worst of them sometimes missing
files in root folder after moving disks between catalogs.
- Improved unARJ support. Previous version did not support files compressed
with -m4 method.
- When trying to change category for item in the left tree pane, item was
always marked as without category. Fixed.
- Fixed a very inconvenient bug where sometimes disk descriptions were not
preserved after updating the disk.
- Program will now correctly filter out EOF characters from imported
descriptions where present.
- Extracting from CAB files was (temporary?) removed. It was not working
as it should.
Version 0.90.7a - 16. August 1997
- Small bug-fix release. Importing from Floppy Master had some problems,
and extracting files from compressed files during disk scan did not
always work correctly. Some other minor fixes are there, too.
- A nasty last-minute bug crawled in the new Catalog Manager, causing GPF
on move and copy operations.
Version 0.90.7 - 14. August 1997
- Sorting and browsing is now about three times faster than it was before,
and there is much less flicker. Sorting by Disk name and Location (folder,
where you can find an item) is more than 15 times faster, with speed
comparable to sorting by other sorting options. Also, now you can always
cancel sorting with ESC key if you think it's still going too slow.
- Added Catalog Manager, with ability to copy and move disks between
two opened catalogs. Now you can arrange your existing catalogs as
you wish. You can also rename, delete or access each disk's properties
on the same spot.
- Added virtual-root capabilities. You can create "virtual disks" in the
catalog, with their root folder based on some existing folder other
than "\" (much like DOS subst command). This way, you can break down your
disk folder structure to more "virtual disks", or select only part of
disk to be cataloged.
- Added Quick-Setup Wizard to guide you through the most important setup
settings. This is the easiest way to have program up and running without
fear that you forgot to setup something important. During the process,
you may also get to know some features of WhereIsIt? you were not aware
- Sorting dialog has a new user interface. Too many options available at
once seem to be to confusing for some users, so program will now show
only what is really needed for your selection. The whole procedure of
selecting search criteria can now be completed faster, since program
will auto-select the appropriate pages and place focus to control you
will most likely need.
- Added un-RAR support. Now you can extract files from RAR archives, too.
- Lengthy file extractions from compressed files can now be canceled.
- When updating disk, program can now (optionally) search for existing
descriptions not only on the disk you are updating, but on all disks
in the catalog. This means that if there is a file with description on
any disk in the catalog, and that file matches the file currently updating,
the existing description will be adopted by the new file (the same goes
for folders, too). When adding a new disk, you may also enable searching
through all other disks in the catalog for existing descriptions.
- Optimized disk update speed. WhereIsIt? will now read only items that
have changed since the last update in the catalog, noticeably speeding
up the process. This is actually nothing new to WhereIsIt?, but in
previous versions it was only enabled for registered users.
- Improved disk selection dialog used when adding a new disk to catalog
and there are already two or more disks with the same parameters. Now
you can see details about each disk in selection list, sort disks and
access their properties.
- Added volume label column when displaying disk data.
- Added standard popup menu to all multi-line edit controls (in Description
Assistant, item's properties). There you have a quick access to Cut/Copy/
Paste/Delete/Select All operations.
- Add/update disk dialog was equipped with context sensitive help, as an
introduction to start working on the "real" help file (actually, this was
a place to do some help related testing for me...)
- Program will now ask to save changes in catalog if Windows shutdown has
- Fixed some sorting problems when reverse sorting was on.
- Fixed a bug when some descriptions from deep-nested folders were not
correctly preserved when updating the disk.
- Fixed a bug in searching by date. Some code used for testing made its
way to the release version and searching by date didn't work as it should.
- Disabled horizontal scroll-bar from appearing in the properties form's
description window. In many cases it took up almost half of usable space
in the already too small window. Vertical scroll-bar will still appear if
- Importing descriptions from 4DOS/NDOS description file now correctly
supports long file names with spaces.
- Fixed occasional (and quite rare) problem with floating point error when
trying to save catalog with one disk, and disk had no subfolders.
- Fixed some other minor problems, and added some other improvements in
program appearance (folders starting with '.' are no longer ignored,
Esc key will act as Cancel button in most dialogs, Alt-Enter is available
in tree view, too, some minor adjustments on how program behaves in some
Version 0.90.6 - 20. July 1997
- Windows NT 4.0 (and newer) support is finally there. This version of
WhereIsIt? was developed and tested on the NT and many problems regarding
this platform have been resolved in this release.
- NEW! Extracting files from many compressed files is now possible directly
from WhereIsIt?. Program internally supports extraction from ZIP, ARJ,
ARC, LHA, ZOO and some CAB compressed files, allowing you to extract one or
more files to any folder, launch files with associated programs from within
compressed files, importing files like file_id.zip from compressed files as
descriptions and so on... Other formats will eventually be supported, too, at
least by a possibility to use external programs for extracting.
- Added support for self-extracting exe files. Those can be recognized as
normal compressed archive files, showing their contents as folders. Most of
previously supported formats are now also supported by their sfx version.
- Added Column Manager; now you can select which columns you want showing
and in what order when data is displayed in the details mode. Just right
click on column header or select option from main menu.
- Improved searching - now you can search for disks, too, not only files
- Improved duplicate searching. "Search by Name or Type" tab in search
settings is now available for duplicates searching, too. With this,
you can search for all duplicate files that match the file mask or file
type; for example, all duplicate ".doc" files. Searching for duplicate
disks is now possible, too.
- Improved description importing on disk scan. The routines have been almost
completely rewritten, and now you can select priority for description files
to import (if description for an item is available from more than one
source, it will be imported from the source with highest priority).
- Description Assistant can now take advantage of new extraction capabilities
and load files with useful information even if they are compressed inside
archive files like zip, arj,.. Also, there is a new checkbox present to
enable/disable OEM-to-ANSI conversion filter on description files (making
them more readable by filtering out unusual characters).
- Added column with item's description in found items list and user list.
- Added capability to setup catalog categories directly from item's property
form (there is a new "Edit" button to access category management).
- Progress bar flickering when searching for duplicates has been eliminated.
- Selecting action for double-clicking an item now works in the find window,
too (previously, it always brought up item's properties).
- Fixed bug in searching for duplicates. Searching for files/folders setting
did not work. There was also a nasty GPF if you were trying to close
catalog while results of duplicate search were still listed in the search
window. The algorithm used for searching for duplicate items was a bit too
optimized for speed and sometimes missed some identical items.
- Fixed bug in importing 'descript.ion' files on disk scan. Program would
sometimes terminate and cancel disk scan if it found a file with that
name and this file was invalid for importing file descriptions.
- Launching associated programs with compressed files (zip, arj...) presented
as folders in the catalog now works correctly.
- Improved internal icon handling, faster and more compatible with Windows NT.
- The reported bug about program using very small fonts in dialogs should be
fixed now, but I have no way to verify that. If you notice anything weird
about fonts it is using, please let me know...
- Fixed a few other bugs. Selected item statistics in status bar reported
wrong selected size if '..' folder was selected. When reversing sort order,
'..' folder was incorrectly moved to the end of list. There were some
problems with enabling/disabling options and buttons (menu option was
enabled and button for the same operation was disabled, for example).
About box was a bit modified and WWW link now actually works.
Version 0.90.5 - 27. June 1997
- WhereIsIt? was migrated to a new version of Delphi, and adjusted to the
new environment. This resulted in some improvements, including more
flickerless display, solved problem with large tool-tips etc.
- Added new toolbars, hope you like them (they look just like MS Office 97)
Also added saving position for user-list toolbar and fixed some minor
problems about toolbars. Also, now you can have old-style buttons on the
toolbars if you can't stand those new, mouse-active flat buttons.
- Searching for duplicate files and/or folders is finally implemented.
You can set yourself what two items must have in common to be handled as
the same (name, size, date&time, attributes).
- Added support for browsing inside CAB files while adding disks.
- Added ability to launch files from WhereIsIt? with associated programs.
This requires media to be present, similar to 'Open in Explorer' option.
- Improved description importing. All imported descriptions are now checked
for DOS graphics characters and converted to plan ASCII. This should
result in more readable and eye-pleasing descriptions.
- Improved disk updating. If more disks with the same properties (serial
number, label, size,...) are found in the catalog, you are now allowed
to choose which disk to update, or to add it as a new disk.
- In search window, the found list can be maximized and search settings
hidden to get more useful space out of search window. Also, searching
has been updated to display found items at once, during the search.
- Added another option in program's settings: you can choose what double-
clicking on file means: nothing, show properties, open in explorer, or
- Reversing sort order (like second click on already sorted column) is
much faster now. Reversing sort order now works in user list and found
list, too (just click again the column you wish to sort by).
- Fixed problem with toolbar buttons sizes, introduced in 0.90.4. Only the
first five buttons were adjusted correctly to applied size.
- Fixed problem with disk media updating. if updating double-density disk
in a high-density floppy drive, program would not recognize it as a
Version 0.90.4 - 6. June 1997
- This one took a little longer, but it brings quite a lot, too.
- Media detection was almost completely rewritten in this release, and
adding/updating disks in the catalog has changed a lot, too. Too much
stuff to cover everything here, check out for yourself. This should
resolve all the serial numbers troubles from previous versions (media
detection is now based on media type, serial number, volume label,
and total space on media). However, note the separate menu option for
updating disk, on disk's popup menu.
- Added ability to auto-import FILE_ID.DIZ files as folder description when
- Added a new font setting, for description tool-tips. This is nice thing to
have if you are importing a lot of text formatted descriptions like those
in FILE_ID.DIZ files. With proportional font it looks a bit messy, and
you can set it larger or smaller if you wish. Font setting page in general
is a bit more user-friendlier now.
- Click on the column header in details view, with already sorted items by
that column will now sort items in reverse order (the same as pressing
the reverse sort button).
- Added catalog auto saving, on user defined intervals.
- The '..' folder now always has a description, saying what exactly '..' is.
- Added a new option in the settings, allowing you to sort archive files
(zip, arj,...) that act like folders either as folders or as files.
- Added time of day to existing update disk date. Now you can see not only
the day when disk was updated in catalog, but time also.
- You can now select to ignore hidden files, hidden folders, or Recycle Bin
while performing disk scan.
- Help file is now closed when program exits.
- Fixed a few bugs. Adding '..' folders to user list is not possible
any more, and '..' folders were causing troubles when they were selected
for category and flags setup. Category and flags setup had a bug involving
saving categories, which were not always remembered as set. In Description
Assistant, disabling search in subfolders for description files did not
work right. Report generator sometimes went wild, too, skipping columns
and every once a while repeating data.
Version 0.90.3a - 29. May 1997
- Bugfix release - took some time and fixed some minor bugs found so far.
- Temporarily removed support for Windows NT. Some reports have indicated
troubles running WhereIsIt? on the NT, so this will have to wait until
I have a chance to take a closer look on it.
- Improved install script should now take care of proper installing of
the COMCTL32.DLL, the file causing many problems in the last few days.
Also, program was modified so it can detect older versions of this file
without crashing out with error messages.
- Fixed bug on searching - after completed searching, most folders would
show no contents at all until catalog was reloaded.
- Fixed a bug on disk scanning, when old descriptions would be lost in some
occasions even if an option to preserve them was checked.
- Some other minor bugs reported have been fixed, and small improvements
requested so far are now implemented.
Version 0.90.3 - 28. May 1997
- This version is out so early because of a bug found in a user interface.
When fixing fonts in dialogs in the 0.90.2, I broke it even more for users
with small font display settings. Much of text in the dialogs was
displayed only partially or clipped away. This didn't show if you were
using large font settings (I am, that's why I haven't noticed anything)
- To avoid having out a new version on bug-fix basis only, I also added
support for extracting comments from compressed archive files. If archive
file supports comments (ZIP, ARJ, RAR and ZOO do), WhereIsIt? can import
them as standard file descriptions. To avoid confusion: archive comment
is the thing you can write with "pkzip -z" command for ZIP files...
Version 0.90.2 - 26. May 1997
- Fixed a nasty bug in the install procedure. File version checking did
not work right, causing the comctl32.dll file being replaced even if
there was a newer version already on the system. This could seriously
impact Windows. Fortunately, the only known way to have a newer version
of dll file installed is having Microsoft Explorer 4.0 in place before
installing WhereisIt?. Thanks to Jan Libbenga for reporting this.
- There was a report of a very small font being used in the program dialogs,
making it almost unreadable. I couldn't confirm that bug, but I did some
modifications regarding this and I hope it is OK now...
- Added a help file, but quite a basic one for now, just to get you started.
Writing proper help files may be very time consuming, and my time is kind
of short at the moment. There will be a full-scale help file in the final
release, I promise...
- Added Floppy Master database import. All previous users of Floppy Master
will now be able to use their old catalogs with WhereIsIt?. Still, it is
highly recommended to rescan disks with WhereIsIt?, since the new database
has a lot more information and support for disks and files than Floppy
Master ever had.
- Added multi-choice support in the left pane. Now you can select multiple
items at once to perform an operation on, like adding them to the user
list or setting categories and flags. Status bar has been improved to
show a small statistics for all selected items.
- Now you can set category or flags for more items at once, either from left
pane list, found list after searching or from user list.
- Added previous instance checking - if program is already running when user
runs it, previous instance will become active instead of running another
copy of program.
- The '..' folder is now always displayed on top, regardless of sorting.
- Fixed disk usage graph for empty disks (display was wrong).
Version 0.90.1 - 14. May 1997
- First public release on the Internet
- Field testing started, WhereIsIt? is released to limited audience for
evaluation and testing purposes.
- WhereIsIt? development started