SSHguard's distribution is maintained in a SVN repository. Use it to access the last, yet-to-be-released version of the code.
Browsing the repository
SourceForge provides a SVN web interface to peek into the history of files and commits to the repository.
Use that if you want to see what new features have been introduced,
how your problem report has been addressed, or have an idea of the
vitality of the codebase.
formal release of SSHGuard happens much less frequently than changes to the codebase. You can fetch the most up-to-date version of the code from SVN instead of waiting for a release. Generally, SVN code includes more features and is fairly stable. Occasionally, you might find bugs that don't make their way to releases.
You can retrieve the latest repository code as an automatically-generated tarball via HTTP. Once extracted, find the code in the trunk/ directory.
Or you can fetch the last version manually via SVN, with these commands:
mkdir sshguard cd sshguard svn checkout https://sshguard.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/sshguard/trunk/ ./
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