Release Notes: Added XML and XSLT support, file handling via an FTP backend, a more flexible XML format, a solution for dynamic XML, made huge UI improvements, and many smaller bugfixes and improvements.
Release Notes: Fixes for 2 wrong XML lines in the standardxml.qtf file that did not let you edit newly created .xml files (from that template) in the XML editor.
Release Notes: QuickHP used to be a command-line Perl script that created webpages from templates, but that branch is no longer active. QuickHP is now a Web-based home page administrator written in PHP. The current version is still far from being really comfortable, and only experienced users will understand how it works, so this is a preview version rather than a production release.
Release Notes: With QuickHP 0.1 you can, in addition to the system qhp#root tag, define qhp tags yourself. You can do this in two ways: a) You define a tag in the included qvars file, and wherever you put the related comment in your content pages, the value of the definition is parsed in. b) You put a comment in your template, and if a comment is found in a content file, then the value of this comment is parsed in at the position of the comment in the template. This is, for example, a good way to give every page a unique title, although the title is defined in a template.
Release Notes: QuickHP is now available under the GPL. No features were added to this release.
Release Notes: Support was added for special tags that are created during the processing of files. Currently only one tag is supported (qhp#root), which automatically sets the correct relative path to the homepage's root.