As one of the maintainers of KOReader, a versatile a document and image viewer for E Ink devices, I’m proud to announce the latest release.
Twenty-five years ago today, the Maastricht Treaty took effect. So let’s take a moment to enjoy the Anthem of Europe before moving on to regular business.
This release introduces support for BQ/Fnac devices, ported by @pazos (#4294). More information about how to turn your device into an open Linux reader can be found here. You will have to replace
/etc/rc.local with the content of
koreader-standalone.sh. We hope this sparse documentation will suffice for the moment, because we really wanted to include all of these devices in this release!
Going forward, the tagged releases on GitHub will be considered stable, unless otherwise indicated by a suffix such as
-rc. Hopefully this will remove user confusion about which release to use, particularly since new users will often be on newer devices that require a recent version (#4292).
The many changes since the last stable release are too numerous to mention or do justice. There were many visible changes, but even more under the hood. A few that stand out to me personally include:
We’d like to thank all contributors for their efforts. Some highlights since the previous beta release include:
Full changelog (since previous beta)
Full changelog (since previous stable)