18.11.2014 GTalkabout 1.0.9 Professional Edition Released(Obsolete)
Introduced File monitoring records(FMR). These are generated by monitoring the working path and extracting the modification within a source code file to change and save. Each record is stored in a local database. Only the modification is saved, not the whole file. i.e. If a file has 1k bytes with one byte changed, only one byte data + several bytes of position data are saved, not 1k bytes saved. This is automatic and doesn't need an input from the user. Each record can read and compare with other records. You can use them to track your modifications during your development. The records can be file patches which you can package with messages and send to other developers. The file monitoring records could be queried by: time, file name, revisions, and can also be sorted by these same conditions.
15.10.2014 GTalkabout 1.0.8 Professional Edition Released(Obsolete)
Introduced a 'balloon' window to instantly display any code related to what the user is currently looking at. The user simply hovers their mouse button over any messages and the code will come up, highlighted, in this moveable window. GTalkabout gives the user the freedom to quickly and easily annotate any part of the source code and tracks changes so as to allow the user to: immediately check back to the location of the source code under discussion, see what code may be connected to the current code and what may need to change in response to new code input, and present the user with a 'before' and 'after' analysis of code changes. Simply click 'locate' link to find the code in question.
20.08.2014 GTalkabout 1.0.7 Professional Edition Released(Obsolete)
08.08.2014 GTalkabout 1.0.7 Personal Edition Released(Obsolete)
Geek abilities introduced in this version. The first kind of geek abilities named "Total Recall" can reverse from source to recall the message: Object is called total recall because the message can still pass and recalculate its position whether it is linked in the code, in the version of the file. The file then recalls those experiences and makes those changes accurately as possible.