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  •  17 Mar 2005 19:29
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    Release Notes: Security fixes for potential buffer overflows, build cleanup, and const statements. This release compiles with GTK2. It has read support for KDE2 cookie files and various bugfixes.

    •  11 Nov 2004 16:32
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      Release Notes: The C coding style was cleaned up. Buffer overflow fixes were made.

      •  14 Aug 2001 22:51
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        Release Notes: This version contains an implementation of JavaScript bindings for performing customized checking of limiting options, support for SSL on machines without /dev/random, a new option for customizing login procedures for FTP servers, a new Japanese message catalog, numerous bugfixes, and many other improvements and new features.

        •  15 Dec 2000 00:07
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          Release Notes: This release adds a completely rewritten HTML parser, support for processing Javascript patterns, support for NTLM authorization, support for FTP proxy authorization, support for reading files from an MSIE cache on win32, and support for HTTP proxy redirects. This version was ported to BeOS and QNX, and the win32 port now supports a GTK+ GUI. A huge number of bugs and misbehaviors have been fixed.

          •  01 Sep 2000 01:06
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            Release Notes: This version provides much better support for multithreaded downloads and now provides this functionality on Solaris and FreeBSD. A new option, -singlepage, was added to overcome limits of -mode singlepage in synchronizing mode. Another new option, -dump_urlfd, allows you to dump all parsed URLs from an HTML document to a particular file descriptor. The new option, -del_after, allows you to delete files from an FTP server after successful download. The Win32 version now builds and works with Cygwin-1.1 and above. A new Italian message catalog was added, as well as several other minor features and many bug-fixes.

            •  10 May 2000 17:53
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              Release Notes: Fixes for several critical bugs in the previous version, optional support for multithreading using POSIX threads, support for multiple round-robin sheduled HTTP proxy servers, automatic filling of HTML forms during download using data provided by user, and persistant session data in GTK GUI, removal of the Xt GUI, and more.

              •  10 Feb 2000 18:06
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                Release Notes: Support for HTTP POST requests, dialog in GTK+ UI for editing HTML forms, rewritten URL parsing code, much-improved functionality of -fnrules option to enable perform simple lisp-like scripts to generate localnames for documents, much-improved FTP code, which supports many FTP directory listing formats (UNIX SYSV/BSD, EPFL, VMS, Novel, MS DOS/Windows), and many minor changes, improvements, and bugfixes.

                •  20 Dec 1999 17:53
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                  Release Notes: Support for HTTP/1.1 with persistent connections and FTP over SSL, cleanup of source code, several new options, and many bug fixes and improvements.

                  •  16 Nov 1999 03:12
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                    Release Notes: Many bug fixes, a new option for additional HTTP headers, proxy authorization with CONNECT request, persistant SLL IDs, debug levels, preview of downloading statistics (very useful for WWW site debuging), etc.

                    •  14 Oct 1999 16:11
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                      Release Notes: Added functionality for removing advertisement banners, implemented automatic turn off of messages when running as background job, new authorization info editor for GTK UI, as well as many bug fixes and improvements.

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