Release Notes: This release contains several changes to the underlying code that boost the performances and improve maintenance. MySQL version 5.1 is now supported. ht://Check's engine has been totally rewritten using the ANSI C++ standard library (strings, types, containers, etc.), and its internal HTML parser has been enhanced in order to improve performance.
Release Notes: This version introduces important new features regarding Web accessibility. ht://Check is probably the first tool on the Web which makes it possible to perform site-wide accessibility checks, in accordance with the principles of the University of Toronto's Open Accessibility Checks (OAC) project (http://oac.atrc.utoronto.ca/). At the moment, ht://Check accurately discovers accessibility barriers such as missing and improper ALT tags, wrong Hx nesting (e.g.: h2 without h1), missing document language identification, missing and empty document's TITLE, etc.
Release Notes: New features include document type recognition (DOCTYPE) and storing, as well as META description and keywords of every HTML document. Sources have been strongly modified in order to be more robust and to support latest releases of the GNU autotools; this should also help make ht://Check more portable on POSIX architectures. Finally, some minor bugs have been fixed, especially regarding the HTTP crawler.
Release Notes: New features include cookies preloading through an input file, storing of charsets, link descriptions (e.g.: how many links have a 'home' description for the link?), and tags inside a link (e.g.: how many button-like images do we have?). The PHP interface now automatically works when 'register_globals' is off (PHP version >= 4.1.0), and the layout is much lighter without most of the deprecated HTML tags.
Release Notes: XSS security holes in the PHP interface have been fixed. There are major feature enhancements like content storing, HTTP Proxy authorization, and support for badly encoded URLs.
Release Notes: This is the first stable release. The spider now fully handles session cookies in HTTP/1.1. Language negotiation support, support for storing cookies in a database table, and gcc3 support were added. The PHP query interface has been improved by the addition of a German language file, some simple Web structure mining indexes, and a small cookies report.
Release Notes: Lots of bugfixes, updates, and feature enhancements.
Release Notes: Runs on Solaris. Datetime fields are now stored properly for MySQL 3.23.xx users. Links to email are now stored and can be seen. Links with a 'file:/' call are now considered errors. User Agent now shows the version and the platform. A bug in the HTML parser with (very) malformed tags fixed.
Release Notes: Fixes and changes in this release: library versioning updates, man page now provided (thanks to Marco Nenciarini <mnenciarini (at) prato.linux.it>), static linking now works. The implementation of a new library architecture in order avoid conflicts with ht://Dig; they are all 'package' libs instead of global libs. 'optimize_db' has now been set to false by default. In the PHP Interface, PHP3 compatibility issues has been address, and the .inc extension was removed.
Release Notes: HTTP Cookies support is now enabled. A new type of link result was added: 'Not authorized'. A configuration error for the load_mysql_defaults function was fixed. A disable_cookies attribute was added in the configuration. The HtDateTime class was updated according to that in ht://Dig. The PHP interface now features better output, added images for link results, a bugfix in qryurls.php and listlinks.php, a CSS file for content visualization, and dynamic language detection (only English or Italian for now). Small bugs fixes were made.