Release Notes: This version is nearly a complete rewrite of the 1.x series. The main changes include multiple language support with English, French, and German translations, a modular server system with group control, many new and updated servers definition files (and templates for custom servers), HTTP proxy support, improved network performance, and full SMTP support for sending mail.
Release Notes: Fixes for problems with the Debian package, a German language file, fixes for a few bugs in the man page, and the default logfile location is now the user's home directory (instead of $PREFIX/lib/pagecast).
Release Notes: Updates were made to the French language file, the makefile, and the documentation. Many small bug fixes and features. A Debian package is now availible. This is planned to be the last beta before the stable release, so testing is requested. Many new server definitions (mostly German-related) were added and updates were made to existing definitions.
Release Notes: SMTP support, updated server definitions, and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is a development release not intended for casual users. Anyone who is interested in previewing the features that will be availible in version 2.x should check this out, but beware; few server definitions are implemented, but it should be easy enough to roll your own. Changes in this alpha release include full proxy support, plug-in server architecture, and preliminary groups support.
Release Notes: This is a maintenance release, probably the last before a major rewrite of many features for a 2.0 release. All underscores have been removed from Pagecast since some versions of Python have problems with underscores in config file variable names, added 3 new search engines, new documentation on how to add a search engine, and debugging command line option.
Release Notes: All users are recommended to upgrade to this release. See the project home page for more detailed information. Bugfixes include not counting some error conditions in the final results tally, various efficiency and maintainability improvements and code cleanups, eliminated a thread and consequent overhead, AltaVista definition tweaked. New features include the ability to fix ugly URLs before submitting, more configuration options, CC/BCC'ing mail replies and several functions have been moved out of main code and streamlined for use in other Python projects.
Release Notes: Brown-Paper-Bag release. The mail interface now works, submission to Google now works as well as other assorted documentation additions.
Release Notes: First release.