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A natural API interface was done in this release for major SNMP v1 related functions, including GET, GETNEXT, SET, and TRAP.
The code name simply means this release is not feature complete (more than 50 percent of the 1.0 level work was done).
Basic MIB documents support was added in this version to make a feature complete SNMP v1 library.
The code name refers to both Nine-headed Bird (I came from Hubei Province of P.R. China) and Lernaean Hydra.
The 1.0 release was a performance tuned and bug fixed version over 0.9 with few API changes.
The code name contains 1 implicitly, as a unicorn has only one horn.
The 1.1 release is a performance tuned and bug fixed version over 1.0 with a few API changes. This release presents a #SNMP MIB Browser with almost complete v2c coverage.
The code name was initially chosen for 2.0 release and refers to The Two Towers. That's why it does not implicitly contains 1 or 5.
This release completes SNMP v1 and v2c support. IP v6 support is also added.
Now this suite contains SNMP library, a MIB browser, a MIB compiler, and several command line utilities.
The code name means two roads intersect with each other, so it implicitly contains 2 just like TwinTower. Interesting enough that in this release we start to support both IP v4 and v6, which matches the ""two roads" part.
This is a bug fix release that addresses several known issues.
Basic SNMP v3 support is added in 3.0 release.
The code name was chosen by Steve Santacroce (link). Of course, 3 is contained in the name again.
This is a bug fix release that addresses several known issues.
This release delivers an enhanced MIB Browser and Agent.
The code name contains 4, as a square has 4 sides.
This release delivers enhanced SNMP v3 support and achieves official support for Mono/openSUSE.
The code name contains 5 implicitly (a cat's front paw usually has 5 claws, link), but it also refers to Capillary wave.
This is a bug fix release.
This release completes SNMP v3 support and achieves official support for Mono/Ubuntu.
The code name contains 6 implicitly. We host #SNMP on CodePlex, whose icon contains cells with 6 sides.
This is a bug fix release.
This release enhances the compiler and finish migration to .NET 3.5/4.0.
The code name refers to the seven stars
This is a bug fix release. Many 8.0 features are also included (with only a limited set of breaking API).
This is a bug fix release.
The code name refers to Neptune, as Triton is the bigger moon of Neptune. Note that Neptune is the eighth planet from the Sun in the Solar System.
This is a bug fix release.

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