Release Notes: This release includes many documentation updates, including a full package development tutorial. Actions now support messaging to the view, which supports error-aware input fields. The API for management tasks has been modified to make discovering and adding tasks easier. Many other assorted improvements and fixes were made throughout the system.
Release Notes: This release includes a handful of fairly small enhancements, including the ability to force everyone to login before seeing any part of the site. HTTP redirects (vs. using META tags in HTML) are also supported, and under certain circumstances we now force the Apache child into a premature death.
Release Notes: Many documentation updates were made. The logging system was totally revamped using log4perl. multiple content generators, content filters, and a host of other features are now supported. Fixes and improvements were made.
Release Notes: The 1.x codebase was rewritten to focus on code simplification, enhanced functionality, and easier development and application management. It now has the ability to run under multiple Web environments, to be deployed under different URL-spaces, to use different content generators, and much more.
Release Notes: URLs created from templates should now use the proper parameter separator. ID calls throughout should be in scalar context where necessary. Module dependencies should be properly configured now. Several other minor fixes have been made.
Release Notes: This version includes small changes to the INI reader, documentation updates to a number of packages, a fix so that the (rare) package repository corruption shouldn't happen, and other small items.
Release Notes: A few packages have been updated, you can now subclass the interface generator (which makes it easier to substitute your own base template), you can now specify a custom temporary library directory, and some other minor changes have been made.
Release Notes: Handlers are now prevented from using the content cache if it has not been configured. Only the 'news' handler was configured to use the cache, so this is a minor fix.
Release Notes: Small tweaks to the caching functionality implemented in the previous version.
Release Notes: This release adds caching for generated content, which in some cases can speedup display dramatically. Modification of existing code is fairly painless.