Release Notes: This new experimental introduces a new download engine and parser that no longer needs link testing, and improves background downloading to handle large sites. This release also fixes a crash which occurred when ftime()/localtime() returned NULL. The iso-9660 option now uses "_" for the collision character instead of the bogus (ISO-9660) "-". Collision problems with case sensitivity were fixed. A bogus "a href" was fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixed many problems, including bogus redirects in HTTPS, delimiter problems in query strings, broken ISO9660, a crash with long URL lists, a crash with file:// links, unescaped ampersands in URLs, hangs due to a bogus bandwidth limiter, case sensitivity bugs, FTBFS on AMD64 architectures because of cast problems, and bogus links encoded with UTF. It also introduced enhancements, including a floating number of connections per second, a more reliable bandwidth limiter, stronger ISO9660 compliance, and various improvements in the parser.
Release Notes: A major bug in the handling of CSS and JS files was fixed: external JS and CSS files were not parsed at all. Infinite loops with local crawls with file:// URLs was fixed. An overflow in unzip.c was fixed. Other minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds new features such as Keep-alive support, improves ipv6 support, and fixes various parsing bugs, 8-3 option bugs, and other problems.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug on Unix plaftorms that could cause upper directories (such as $HOME) to be renamed.
Release Notes: This release fixes speed problems in the engine due to (too strict) memory checks, overflow in htscore.c, and bogus chunked files with content-length. New options were added, including scan rule list (-%S) and cache debugging tool (-#C).
Release Notes: This release adds a modular design for https/flash parser/zlib, a standard autoconf/configure design on Un*x platforms (with ipv6 detection now fixed), and basic Macromedia Flash support (links extraction). Various fixes were merged, related to problems with text files, a bug with "?foo" URLs, chmod 755 on home, and other minor details.
Release Notes: This release finalizes many improvements such as HTTPS support (SSL), IPv6 support, better HTTP handling, corrections for FTP, better POSIX compliance, and many bugfixes.