NFORenum has been merged with the GRFCodec
source package. As such new downloads can be found at the GRFCodec thread
The information below is therefore of a historical nature.
Due to time constraints and loss of interest DaleStan could not work on GRFCodec and NFORenum anymore. This resulted in the slow decay of both GRFCodec and NFORenum.
This caused problems for people compiling it with recent compilers (it failed to compile), for the developement of the NewGRF specifications (new features wouldn't be supported) or for the people, such as the nice folks at OpenTTDcoop's developer zone, for using it to develop NewGRFs; many warnings about valid NFO, but just because NFORenum hasn't been updated.
With the release of NFORenum 4.0.0
we revive NFORenum in the hope to keep it useful and usable for as long as it's neeeded. In any case some things regarding the development have changed. The source repository and issue tracker can be found on http://dev.openttdcoop.org/projects/nforenum
and as such bug reports and feature requests for NFORenum should go to there. Furthermore we will try to release at least two stable version of NFORenum per year, or more often if required.
Issues with NFORenum or feature requests can go here to determine whether it is actually a bug or whether the feature request is feasible, but ultimately we would like them to be reported at the tracker
In any case, we would like to thank DaleStan for initially developing and maintaining NFORenum.