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Date: Thu, 9 May 91 17:10:40 -0400
From: tytso@ATHENA.MIT.EDU (Theodore Ts'o)
To: krb5-testers@MIT.EDU

This drop is a snapshot of our source tree from the beginning of this

Get it from the same place you got the first alpha, but now it's in a
subdir 'alpha5'.

Major diffs from alpha4:

Introduction of GSS API interface (still very green code!)

Introduction of user-to-user authentication (also very green code!)

Some krb5 library routines renamed to be more intuitive

Some memory leaks found and fixed.

Other bug fixes of many varieties

The next release will be the Beta release, and will be the first
Kerberos 5 release to be available to the general public via anonymous
FTP.  We are currently planning to make the release the Beta release of
Kerberos 5 available in the beginnning of June.

The Beta release will consist of the alpha 5 drop plus various bug
fixes.  The GSS API code and the user to user code should also become
more stable (but will still be a bit more shaky than the rest of the

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