Release notes

Version 0.15

This version is not yet released and corresponds to changes in git master

Version 0.14.4

This is a bug fix / maintenance release:

Version 0.14.3

This is a bug fix / maintenance release:

Version 0.14.2

This is a bug fix / maintenance release:

Version 0.14.1

This is a bug fix / maintenance release:

Version 0.14

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Version 0.13.6

This is a bug fix / maintenance release:

Version 0.13.5

This is a bug fix / maintenance release:

Version 0.13.4

This is a bug fix / maintenance release:

Version 0.13.3

This is a bug fix / maintenance release:

Version 0.13.2

This is a bug fix / maintenance release:

Version 0.13.1

This is a bug fix / maintenance release:

Version 0.13

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Version 0.12.3

This is a bug fix / maintenance release:

Version 0.12.2

This is a bug fix / maintenance release:

Version 0.12.1

This is a bug fix / maintenance release:

Version 0.12

Documentation and tutorials:

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Version 0.11.3

This is a bugfix release.

Version 0.11.2

This is a bugfix release.

Version 0.11.1

Version 0.11

Notable changes and new features:

Smaller improvements:

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New documentation:

Please note that as I am no longer employed by Google, after 0.11 signing the Google contributor license agreement will no longer be necessary. I look forward to welcoming contributions from Andreas Schildbach now this requirement has gone away. Also, in future I plan to re-namespace the library from com.google.bitcoin to org.bitcoinj - auto-migration scripts will be provided when this is done.

Version 0.10.3

Version 0.10.2

Version 0.10.1

Version 0.10

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Version 0.9

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Version 0.8

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Version 0.7.1

Version 0.7

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Version 0.6

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Version 0.5

This release included the first preview of the native API, allowing you to access bitcoinj from C++/Objective-C++ using a straightforward, intuitive mapping from the Java API. Much easier than JNI and no JVM is required, just the libgcj support library. Examples of a native Cocoa app for OS X and a command line hello world app are included. Because it’s not fully finished/documented yet, this work is available on a branch.

Version 0.4.1

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Version 0.4

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Version 0.3

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