Release Notes: This release fixes installation problems with version 1.31, the Perl DBI module is no longer required, and the handler loading is more robust in handling illegal handler names.
Release Notes: Errors are saved in a run log instead of being displayed in the output (more secure), a faster server interface for people who have the DBI module installed, output files can be emailed, addition of modules missing from 1.28, and many other feature and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release checks for handler updates five times faster, and adds eight other enhancements and four bugfixes.
Release Notes: Caching has been reimplemented to use a different persistence mechanism. (This should finally squash the dreaded undefined value in File::Cache error.) LOCAL_TIME_ZONE option has been added to the timezone specifications.
Release Notes: This version decreases dependence on handler server, improves the installation and upgrade process as well as overall speed, adds ExtractTables handler API function, and implements a lockfile to prevent multiple instances colliding.
Release Notes: Addition of FTP code which was omitted from the previous version and a check that prevents incompatible handlers from being loaded, and other enhancements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: Support for FTPing output files to a remote server. Many cache improvements. Versioning prevents accidental download of incompatible handlers. Bugfix handler versions automatically downloaded. Handler format has changed radically.
Release Notes: Configuration management has been improved for system-wide installations, bugs related to parsing of acquired HTML, reuse of cached data, return values, and handler version checking have been fixed, and the code structure has been improved.
Release Notes: Daily Update is now commercial open source, and called News Clipper. Commercial users get a user's manual and tutorial, pre-compiled binaries, priority technical support, and platform-specific installation. Improvements over Daily Update include faster updates for out-of-date handlers, a more stable handler server, the addition of a typing system for the tag language, easier installation, a better web-based handler search engine, and the repair of several bugs.