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2018, 2017, 2016, 2015
Update 2015-06-15: Added 2016 version for all platforms. Improved installers.
Update 2014-06-26: Added 2015 version for all platforms.
Update 2013-05-20: Added 2013.5 and 2014 version for all platforms. Added Installers for Windows and Linux.
Update 07-18-2012: Added 2013 version for all platforms.
Update 05-06-2011: Added 2012 version for all platforms.
Update 05-27-2010: Added 2011 version for all platforms. Fixed a bug regarding cap subdivisions in fePolyTube
Update 11-27-2009: Added 2010 version for all platforms.
Update 11-10-2008: Added 2009 version for all platforms. Some minor MEL fixes.
Update 02-26-2008: Now completely multiplatform. Added 2008 version, added Mac OSX version.
Update 05-16-2007: new version of feCurvePrimitives for Linux Maya 8.5-x64, was the wrong one.
Update 05-15-2007: Added 8.0 and 8.5 Linux and 64 bit (Linux&Win) versions. People who use 64bit workstations, please tell me if this runs fine and stable, its the first time I compiled something on 64 bit an I couldn't test it for very long. Mac users: sorry - the day will come.