Release Notes: Small bugfixes were made in Resource Record handling, IPv6 address handling, and domain name compression. A mass copy-and-replace was done to make things work without the -funsigned-char flag. The RR property was added to the string function.
Release Notes: This release adds some small bugfixes, changes to build on OpenBSD, small errors in DNS message reading, IPv6 address handling, and initial cache file reading.
Release Notes: Many miscellanea were added including DNS update support, small convenience functions, some small bugfixes, and a switch to pkgconfig.
Release Notes: This release adds the capability to skip certain master file syntax checks to facilitate initial cache file support for applications using it. A small Win32 problem was also fixed.
Release Notes: This release has support for LOC RRs, more helpful error messages in the master file reading functions, shows zero TTLs as '0' rather than '', and some bug smashing in the master file reading routines.
Release Notes: Apart from the security fixes that were already released as a patch to 1.0.2, this release has some very minor other bug and build fixes, most notably for a bug in handling address ranges in the addr/len form.
Release Notes: This release fixes three security problems in the server part, which are described in Posadis security advisory 006. An upgrade is strongly recommended for anyone running a server based on the server library, such as Posadis.
Release Notes: Apart from some minor feature enhancements (enhanced pseudo-domain support and some more DNS message analyze functions), this is mainly a bugfix release, fixing a significant number of small bugs, mainly in the resolver code.
Release Notes: A major bug that caused TCP queries to not work in most cases was fixed. FreeBSD support was added, and problems with the txt_to_bool function and master file parser were fixed.
Release Notes: A fix for a memory leak in the DNS message routines, a small fix for UDP sockets to use SO_REUSEADDR as well, and a stl_list version of the addrrrange functions. Poslib should now be stable enough for production use.