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  •  23 Oct 2005 20:39
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    Release Notes: A new WSGI interface, a new implementation for sessions, and built-in filters.

    •  04 May 2005 17:20
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      Release Notes: CherryPy-2 is a redesign of CherryPy-1 (the unpythonic features have been removed). There is no longer a compilation step; it is pure Python source code (no more "CherryClass").

      •  26 Apr 2004 09:17
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        Release Notes: Sessions are now completely thread-safe and can be used in production with the thread-pool server. The compiler now allows you to specify which shebang line/encoding to use in the generated .py file. It now also cleans expired sessions for you.

        •  08 Mar 2004 00:30
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          Release Notes: There are many small improvements in this release. One of the main ones is that expired sessions are now automatically cleaned up.

          •  07 Jan 2004 16:11
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            Release Notes: Sessions are now thread-safe. CherryPy supports streaming and is Jython-compatible. The cherrypy.org Web site now runs CherryPy exposed (without Apache) and is also available through HTTPS.

            •  26 Aug 2003 11:37
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              Release Notes: This release includes a new thread-pool server, sessions that work, and many bugfixes and enhancements.

              •  20 Jun 2003 08:58
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                Release Notes: This beta release includes many bugfixes, session handling,and improved XML-RPC support. It is compatible with Python 2.3 and works with Jython. It also comes with a regression test suite.

                •  13 Jan 2003 11:12
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                  Release Notes: This release adds a brand new HTTP server that supports SSL, XML-RPC, threading, forking, and process pool.

                  •  18 Sep 2002 12:49
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                    Release Notes: This release fixes some minor bugs and improves error handling. It also adds a new HowTo that explains how to use AOP (Aspect Oriented Programming) with CherryPy.

                    •  02 Sep 2002 11:34
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                      Release Notes: This release adds SSL support.

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