Version 0.13 of gurlchecker

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Release Notes: Support for Google Chrome bookmarks check was added. Support for Opera bookmarks check was added. A problem with remote bookmarks file handling was fixed. XML nodes are now removed in the right way. Code reorganization and cleaning were done.

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  •  22 Feb 2011 10:59
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Release Notes: This release added an option to export IP addresses and an option to export only external links. A bug in header requests, memory leaks, a problem with libclamav6 0.96 and later and calling cl_init() twice, want_*_path detection for LDFLAGS and yes/no logic in configuration, and a build problem with po were fixed.

  •  13 Feb 2010 20:07
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Release Notes: Support for Google Chrome bookmarks check was added. Support for Opera bookmarks check was added. A problem with remote bookmarks file handling was fixed. XML nodes are now removed in the right way. Code reorganization and cleaning were done.

  •  06 Feb 2010 21:14
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Release Notes: The code now avoids using the gtk_widget_set_visible() function to preserve Gtk+ < 2.18 compatibility.

Release Notes: CSV export, a check for Firefox bookmarks, massive delete of bookmarks bad links, security checks for bookmarks, new result filters management, a rewrite of some network parts, HTTPS scan fixes, HTTP fixes, FILE fixes, and a huge number of memory leak fixes.

  •  08 Nov 2009 18:09
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Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with export's XSL stylesheet. It fixes a segfault with the new project dialog. It fixes the dist-all target for man page inclusion. It does not bother the end-user anymore with cookies expiration warnings. There are XSL enhancement to produce better HTML report. pkg-config is used to search for the GNU TLS library. The man page is no longer built on the fly. It is now located in the root package directory. Cleanup and optimization have been performed.

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