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Sunday, 15. January 2006 21:58:08, by Choplair.

Welcome to the Choplair-network website. We are a programming team making various free sotwares. Here you can get all the lastest version of our programs. We hope you will enjoy our work! ;-)

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Welcome back everyone, and happy new year!

You should notice it: since the beginning of 2006, we have performed some changes on the website design and, above all, on the way pages content is handled. The Choplair network website is now a wiki (powered by a customized version of Wiclear) which any registered people can edit, for most of the pages.
Moreover, we've left our previous web-hosting, based on a small server owned by a kind friend of ours (Fragnatik, who we thank a lot for his gratitude), and swiched to a professional web-hosting solution, providing higher bandwidth and more reliability (we were victims of hardware issues on Fragnatik's server). By the way, a domain name was offered, so you may also be able to reach our homepage within, while the adress / is of course still valid.
However, website evolution is not the only news. A few days ago, on January 1st, our crew released Kana no quiz version 1.4b, fixing a little error in the 1.4 version, which has been released on mid-December, featuring various bug fixes and additions you can see on its Changelog.

We've got over our past, unwilling idleness, and the crew developement force is optimal back again. Thus, this year should be full of project advancements, with the first next releases available very soon. Just wait and see! ;)


A new Choplair-network crew weblog is now online, reachable from the top menu. There you'll be able to get in touch with our project advancement, day after day (it's still only in French). :p


There is no release for today. Because of external annoyances, we have been obligated to pass through a rather dead period concerning the development of our projects. That situation should get improved in the following days though, and fresh news would be brought thereafter.
Otherwise, during that time, we got aware that certain people were encountering a bug within the current XGngeo version, as they wanted to load a Rom from the list.
We investigated and it appeared to be an abnormal PyGTK behaviour, which does affect some versions of that library. Nevertheless, that problem may be fixed easily and will of course be out of the next XGngeo release.
Anyway, if you are using XGngeo version 15 and experiencing such an issue, we put online a page explaining the method to fix it up.

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