Release Notes: More checks for runaway loops have been added, and it now uses BSD::Resource to prevent any remaining infinite loops from causing Addendat to run away forever. Error messages and the template code handling have been improved. A crude command line comment deletion utility has been added.
Release Notes: This release added entry and comment editing and deletion and fixed a bug that enabled the spam filter to be bypassed trivially. It also added entry previewing. The installer was improved slightly, some minor bugs were fixed, and the documentation was improved somewhat.
Release Notes: A comment spam countermeasure was added, several installer bugs were fixed, and a bug that caused link prefixes to not be properly applied was fixed. The documentation was improved somewhat and the example configuration files are now organized better.
Release Notes: The installer now correctly configures comments.
Release Notes: A bug that would result in the creation of zero-byte blog entries when the program was accessed with an invalid argument (which several search engines do) was fixed. The install script was changed and a bug in URL-escaping for LiveJournal leaves was fixed.
Release Notes: %-code recursion works better. Addendat no longer depends on mktemp, and can now store passwords in a separate config file. A couple bugs that would crash Addendat have been fixed. Last but not least, it finally has a decent semblance of a manual.
Release Notes: Support for archiving old blog entries, use of LWP::UserAgent for HTTP access, a fix for a bug in the blog length limitation code, and a fix for SunOS support.
Release Notes: Addendat now has a built-in comments system. An experimental option to copy blog entries to other CGI programs has been added. A few bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This version introduces a comment system, an option to turn off Hub publicization if you're using the command-line blogging tool, and file locking everywhere.