Get it from the usual places:
There are lots and lots of changes from 21.2.13, the most controversial
is the behavior is the behavior of the DEL key -- it now defaults to
deleting forward if there is also a Backspace keysym on the keyboard.
There is initial Mule support for Thai, KOI8, Vietnamese and Ethiopic
courtesy of MORIOKA Tomohiko and the world's foremost expert on CCL,
TAKAHASHI Naoto. Due to a mail server outage here at ETL yesterday
afternoon, the required patches to mule-base didn't reach me in time
to make yesterday's package update. I'll be making an update to
mule-base as soon as I've had a chance to test the patch first.
We will be back on a weekly release schedule, with 21.2.x betas being
released every Friday. XEmacs 21.2.15 is scheduled for Friday, May 21.
Enjoy, and have a nice weekend ...
to 21.2.14 "Dionysos"
-- mingw32 port from Andy Piper
-- fix for Solaris build lossage from Hrvoje Niksic
-- THAI/Cyrillic-KOI8, Vietnamese, Ethiopic support from MORIOKA Tomohiko
-- miscellaneous bug fixes from Gunnar Evermann
-- Internal purespace cleanup from Olivier Galibert
-- documentation updates from Hrvoje Niksic
-- dump time tuning from Hrvoje Niksic
-- miscellaneous bug fixes from Giacomo Boffi
-- font hacking from Jan Vroonhof
-- Czech language support from David Sauer
-- `delete-key-deletes-forward' now defaults to t
-- `locate-file' update from Hrvoje Niksic
-- MS Windows build fixes from Adrian Aichner
-- LDAP updates from Oscar Figueiredo
-- miscellaneous bug fixes from Colin Rafferty and Kai Haberzettl
-- disable display of images in buffers by file format
-- miscellaneous Mule fixes from Olivier Galibert
-- documentation updates from Albert Chin-A-Young
-- documentation updates from Gunnar Evermann and Stephen Turnbull
-- MS Windows build fix from Norbert Koch
-- miscellaneous MS Windows fixes from Andy Piper
-- redisplay bug fixes from Jan Vroonhof
-- miscellaneous bug fixes from Robert Pluim, MORIOKA Tomohiko
-- many, many bug fixes and enhancements from Hrvoje Niksic and Olivier
-- miscellaneous bug fixes from Martin Buchholz
-- Miscellaneous MS Windows fixes from Philip Aston
-- lots of new tests from Hrvoje Niksic