Yesterday was the Fourth of July, as long as you live below — that is, West of — UTC. In the US, we spend that day commemorating our victory over the UK in our War of Independence by recreating those war-like conditions for our children to experience. Sometimes the experience is so vivid that they end up in the emergency room with various degrees of burns. In the UK, on the other hand, it is traditional for the Brits (the English, Her Majesty’s Royal Subjects, people of no color, whichever term they prefer) to commemorate their own war experience by losing at Wimbledon.
I don’t wish to denigrate the Brits, though; I have every respect for them. After all, they did give us Isaac Newton and Led Zeppelin. Even more important (for our purposes here), they gave us Vienna, or at least Steve Palmer did. The latest stable version, Vienna 2.1.3, has just been released for your enjoyment. Downloads and change notes are available at SourceForge. This release includes an update of SQLite that fixes a potential database corruption issue, so it is important that you switch to the new version of Vienna.
An unstable version, Vienna 126.96.36.1992 (which also includes the SQLite fix), was also recently released. Actually, we didn’t really release it so much as it just got out. If you encounter build 2202 in the wild, it is recommended that you roll up into the fetal position and play dead. Running away will only make it angrier. Whatever you do, don’t try to hit it with a tennis racquet.