Release Notes: This release has logging fixes (function pointer logging now works), better autoconf checks, and a few Win32 enhancements.
Release Notes: This release has a few small new features (disabling of stderr logging, improved address match lists), as well as one trivial bugfix.
Release Notes: Support was added for master file reading and address match lists, and in the server, resource limiting was implemented for placing a limit on the maximum number of threads and concurrent TCP connections.
Release Notes: This release contains a few small bugfixes over 0.9.3, as well as some new API functions, most notably on the domain manipulation side. Additionally, WKS RRs are now supported both actively and passively.
Release Notes: This release fixes some memory leaks found in Poslib 0.9.2, has a few minor feature enhancements and some minor API changes, and fixes two pretty trivial bugs.
Release Notes: This release adds some bugfixes, but mainly platform fixes. The "configure" script checks have been much enhanced, and Poslib has been tested on and works on more platforms, such as FreeBSD and Solaris. A binary release for gcc-2.96 users on Linux is now included.
Release Notes: Quite a few small but nonetheless nice changes in this release: support for Mac OS X, Borland C++, and Kylix 3.0 Open Edition, an important segfault fix in the server part, some small API additions including query interruption, and quite a few bugfixes.
No changes have been submitted for this release.