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  •  16 Nov 2003 14:25
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    Release Notes: Aranha now attempts to close the FastCGI streams down if it exits due to an error. PATH_INFO is now parsed more effectively to handle nicer URL formats. The UK Pound Sterling symbol has been added to the list of entities to escape in escapeEntities().

    •  08 Oct 2003 04:31
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      Release Notes: In this version, many new list manipulation functions have been added, including sort(), reverse(), and various map() functions. The split() was refined, and join() added. A new iterator function was added to only iterate across table values. Bugfixes to the DBI interface now allow error messages through to the Lua layer.

      •  15 Aug 2003 16:54
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        Release Notes: This release adds LuaSocket 2.0 Alpha to Aranha, including encapsulating it into an Aranha module.

        •  11 Jun 2003 21:40
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          Release Notes: A fix to the DBI layer allows it to iterate across empty result sets. There is a a minor fix to the <dbh>.query() function's error return system. The process management loop is slightly more resilient. The io.close() bug mentioned on the lua mailing list has been rolled into the lua interpreter in Aranha. The md5 library has gained a .sum() function which takes a string and returns a neat printable md5sum of it.

          •  17 Apr 2003 00:59
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            Release Notes: The module loader is fixed for a state-count of more than 1, cookies are now supported and auto-decoded for you, and the lua and luac binaries are included in the distribution. Several gd fixes have been added, and the dbi library has been fixed in several places. Aranha's core (the diverter) has been upgraded. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, the version of Lua shipped with Aranha has been updated to Lua 5.0 (final release).

            •  17 Mar 2003 12:07
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              Release Notes: In this release, several bugs have been fixed regarding the interaction between the codecache and the module loader. The DBI interface has gained a connection cache (currently undocumented but fairly obvious to use). The module loader now features a better error reporter and there is the beginnings of a new documentation system in place.

              •  09 Mar 2003 03:33
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                Release Notes: Aranha now sports a shiny new codecache and a libgd binding. A new loadable module (Pure Lua and Hybrid lua/C) has been added. The libdbi binding is settling down and all Aranha extensions are now built as loadable modules. More documentation has been added.

                •  27 Jan 2003 14:18
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                  Release Notes: Aranha has been updated to work with Lua 5.0 rather than Lua 4.0. This release also brings in a binding to libdbi rather than postgres directly, allowing SQL database bindings to be added for free. The luasocket and codecache bindings are not yet ported to Lua 5.0, so this release has them disabled.

                  •  14 Dec 2002 21:14
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                    Release Notes: Aranha now sports a shiny new database handle cache, an HTML cruncher, and more dprint() variable interpolation fixes. Some documentation has been updated, and the make system now includes a reasonable dependency system so that development and building of Aranha should entail fewer total rebuilds.

                    •  08 Dec 2002 21:41
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                      Release Notes: This initial release is functional to the point of being able to support basic SQL backed Web sites, and can support embedded code in HTML and embedded HTML in code.

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