Yesterday Putty 0.61 was released. I have updated my Putty x64 build page with the latest installer (MSI) and binaries.
The installer *should* upgrade from the previous release version without issues, it might just install over the SVN version if you have that installed, so it might be worth removing the SVN version before upgrading.
Today i received a request from an American University for a x64 build of Putty, but using the latest SVN source as they required the GSSAPI support. I had a few hours so i did it.
The installer is here: Puttyx64_SVN-1.60.1.msi
The binaries are here: Puttyx64_SVN-1.60.1.zip
The installer will upgrade your existing Putty x64 installation from 0.60 to the latest SVN (revision 9026).
The new version will appear as 1.60.1. Let me explain this number. The first ‘1’ says that it is from the unstable branch, the ‘60’ says that it is from SVN after the 0.60 stable release. The final ‘1’ is a build number, each time i build from SVN it will be incremented until 0.61 is reached, then it will be reset to 1.
I have released my Putty x64 build. See here for more details.