Release Notes: This release adds support for markup of users and groups. It is now possible to restrict read or write access on an element basis for visitors or groups of visitors.
Release Notes: The outclude and backclude W2ML elements are now supported. The exe scheme is now supported: it allows inclusion of data produced by executables. Two bugs were fixed, and the code for document classes was refactorized to be more modular.
Release Notes: Support for inclusion of W2ML and text/plain data was added. Site, file, and http URIs are supported. The base attribute is supported to resolve partial URIs. The "parent uri" internal variable is supported.
Release Notes: To avoid conflicts, W2ML files are locked during processing. More XML errors are fatal, notably undeclared namespaces and entities, and libxml2 messages are now logged. The HTTP HEAD method is now supported. Support for markup access control based on request parameters has been added (a W2ML attribute with req, internal, match, and nmatch attributes). New internal variables for request variables have been added. Visitors are now logged as default W2ML users, but markup users and groups are not yet implemented.
Release Notes: W2ML markup support for self-modification is complete: once, next, del, undo, and res elements are supported, and once and next attributes are supported. In addition, the log attribute and null output are supported. Bitmapped fonts stored as PNG files have been recompressed with pngcrush.
Release Notes: The W2ML processor now supports the v W2ML element. It also supports the style HTML attribute in WYSIWYG edition (CSS declarations are whitelisted on save). A minor information leak was fixed: it was possible to test the existence of files above the document root. On the W2ML application side, new demonstrations include an information page demonstrating the v element, hit counters with bitmapped fonts, and an "It works" Apache-like home page.
Release Notes: Support for W2ML text handling attributes (tfirst, tlast, twidth, timg) has been added. Icon preloading in the online editor speeds up and corrects display. The PHP code was cleaned up, mostly in edition and namespace handling.
Release Notes: This version supports time and date W2ML markup; the counter, next, and once W2ML elements; and editing of text, HTML, and WYSIWYG online. A WYSWIYG in-browser editor is included. A visit counter and an editable W2ML document are included.