Release Notes: Page renaming, protection, and deletion have been fixed. Parsing and modification of templates has been fixed. The cache system has been advanced.
Release Notes: This is a major release carrying many changes. Now .NET Framework 3.5+ or Mono 1.9+ is required to compile and run DotNetWikiBot. The site.namespaces property is now of type Dictionary<int,string>, and it contains both default canonical namespace names and all local namespace aliases. The "wikiNSpaces" hashtable is no longer available. The old "Cache" subdirectory must be deleted before unzipping new DotNetWikiBot 3 files.
Release Notes: This is an important update that is intended to suit new MediaWiki releases which rely on HTTPS.
Release Notes: An important update for Wikia has been applied and some small bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: This release updates the file uploading process and search functions, adds a DisableSilenceMode() function, and updates and recompiles the documentation.
Release Notes: A LoginViaApi() method was added. Updates for MediaWiki 1.18 were applied. A specific update for Wikia was applied. A workaround was added for a .NET bug which removed trailing dots from URIs. Several minor other changes were made.
Release Notes: StripContent() and GetFirstTemplateParameter() functions were added, FillFromCustomBotQueryList() was updated, and a bug in the GetLinks() function was fixed. The save() function has been made sensitive to "nobots" and "bots" templates.
Release Notes: A local DTDs cache has been implemented according to W3C requirements. The UploadImage(), FillFromPagesUsingImage(), FillFromPageHistory(), and GetMediaWikiMessages() functions were updated. The GetMediaWikiMessage() function was added. The GetAllCategories() function was made less sensitive to markup syntax errors. Interwiki information was updated.
Release Notes: Critical updates were made to the Login() function. New functions were added for template processing: Site.ParseTemplate(), Page.GetTemplateParameter(), and Page.SetTemplateParameter(). The documentation was updated.
Release Notes: DotNetWikiBot Framework can now be used to develop and maintain SourceForge-hosted MediaWiki sites, which are available to all SourceForge-hosted projects.