2021-12-27 - 2021A version released.
2018-07-19 - 2018A version released.
2017-08-10 - 2017A version released.
2016-11-15 - 2016A version released.
2015-12-16 - 2015B version released.
2015-04-06 - 2015A version released.
2014-07-24 - 2014A version released.
2013-04-15 - Hikianalia version released.
2012-09-17 - Kapuahi version released.
2011-02-07 - Namaka version released.
2010-01-21 - A patch for JCMT::Tau::WVM is available for all platforms, which will be required for some SCUBA and SCUBA-2 functionality.
2010-01-21 - The PPC release can now be downloaded.
2010-01-20 - Hawaiki version released.
2009-10-12 - A patch for Java applications for 32-bit Linux is available. This restores TOPCAT, FROG, RV, and COCO functionality.
2009-08-17 - Another patch for the "profile" initialization script is available for all platforms, fixing a problem with PERIOD initialization.
2009-08-11 - A patch for SURF is available for all platforms.
2009-08-05 - A patch for the "profile" initialization script is available for all platforms. All users of the bash shell should download and install this patch.
2009-08-05 - A patch for GAIA is available for 32- and 64-bit Linux. Although this patch only affects the VO-specific functionality of GAIA, it is recommended that all users of GAIA download and install the patch.
2009-07-27 - Nanahope version released.
2009-02-17 - A patch for the bash CONVERT startup script is available for all platforms. This fixes a problem creating temporary files seen mainly in GAIA when using FITS files.
2009-02-01 - The Starlink source code is now in git instead of subversion for revision control.
2008-12-23 - An important patch for AST and SLA is available for all platforms, which introduces support for the upcoming leap second. It is strongly recommendedthat all users install this patch.
2008-12-17 - A beta release for 32-bit Linux systems with glibc 2.3.4 is now available.
2008-11-24 - A patch for SMURF on 64-bit Linux is available, which fixes a bug where MAKECUBE may freeze in ORAC-DR or in ICL.
2008-11-18 - A patch for SPLAT on OS X 10.5 Intel is available. This fixes a bug when loading an NDF into SPLAT.
2008-11-12 - Lehuakona version released.
2008-10-17 - If you receive an error stating "astRead(Channel): The value "ltoff = ...", download and execute the script linked in the 2008-07-13 news item below.
2008-07-13 - A script is available for JCMT users attempting to display recent ACSIS data in GAIA. If you receive an error reading "Error while reading AST_ data from the HDS object...", download and run this script as "remove_ltoff <ndf>".
2008-05-07 - A patch is available for DIPSO for all platforms. If you run a bash shell or variant and have problems running up DIPSO, download the patch.
2008-05-07 - A patch is available for DIPSO on OS X Intel. If you have problems with the "dev xw" command, download the patch.
2008-04-01 - A patch is available for EMS on 32-bit Linux, glibc 2.5. If you have problems sending spectra from GAIA to SPLAT, download the patch.
2008-03-11 - A patch is available for SPLAT on OS X 10.5. If you have problems sending spectra from GAIA to SPLAT, download the patch.
2008-02-22 - A patch is available for ORAC-DR on all platforms. If you are reducing UIST IFU data and find that your cubes only have 13 slices when they should have 14 (or vice versa), download the patch.
2008-02-21 - A patch is available for PHOTOM on 32-bit Linux, glibc 2.5. This fixes a bug in AUTOPHOTOM where you get an error stating "Fortran runtime error: writing more data than the record size (RECL)".
2008-02-13 - A patch is available for SPLAT on Intel OS X. This fixes a bug where you get an error stating "WARNING: Failed to load the Starlink SPLAT-VO JNI library" when trying to load an NDF into SPLAT.
2008-02-11 - A patch is available for ORAC-DR for all platforms. This fixes a bug where automated astrometry fails on the second mosaic for a given ORAC-DR run. This patch is recommended for WFCAM and IRIS2 users.
2008-02-08 - Humu version released.
2007-11-07 - A patch is available for STARJAVA for the OS X PPC platform. This patch provides missing STARJAVA tools such as TOPCAT and TREEVIEW.
2007-10-04 - A patch is available for DAOPHOT for all platforms, fixing a bug where DAOPHOT crashed upon generating a PSF. Download this patch if DAOPHOT crashes with the error "(1X,I5,' has a bad pixel:',F9.1,' at position',A1,2I5)".
2007-09-04 - A patch is available for GAIA on the OS X Intel platform, fixing a bug where GAIA crashed if you selected various menu items. Download this if GAIA crashes with the error "X major ticks can't be -2147483647".
2007-08-22 - Puana version released.
2007-06-19 - Source code control switched from CVS to Subversion
2007-05-21 - A patched version of the Starlink::Extractor Perl module is available for download. Download this if you see errors about the 'crowded' method not being available.
2007-05-11 - The PPC OS X build is fixed (yet again) and can be downloaded from the download page.
2007-04-18 - An error in automated astrometry using GAIA has been fixed. Download a new Perl module from the hokulei errata page.
2007-03-16 - The PPC OS X build has been fixed and can be downloaded from the download page.
2007-03-14 - For SURF problems ("Command not found"), please download a new shell script for SURF from the hokulei errata page.
2007-03-14 - The PPC OS X build is broken and will be fixed shortly.
2007-03-09 - Two errors in DIPSO on Intel OS X have been patched. A new package can be obtained from the hokulei errata page.
2007-03-05 - The CUPID application released with the Intel OS X release has an incorrect version number. A new package can be obtained from the hokulei errata page.
2007-03-02 - It was pointed out that the Hawai'ian name for Arcturus is actually Hokule'a (or sometimes Hokulei'a). In the interest of accuracy, the star for which this release is named is changed to Capella.
2007-03-01 - Hokulei version released.
2006-09-13 - Version for 64-bit Linux released. See download page for further information.
2006-09-12 - Fix for NDF Perl module on OS X Tiger released. See keoe errata page page for further information.