Release Notes: The list of URLs can now reference HTML as well as txt files. If the URL is prepended with an ! then it will be treated as HTML, otherwise it is handled as txt. Included a man page. Made a tarball instead of just d/l'ing the script, since there are now supporting files. Changed another URL in the -p option to point to iana.org's site.
Release Notes: This release fixes a logic problem in the search for suitable browsers which would possibly return a non-preferred one. Various clean-ups and syntax changes were made.
Release Notes: This release now includes version numbers on download links so OS ports don't break with upgrades, the -m option has additional error handling, -p URLs are now updated from ftp to http links to handle buggy w3m implementations.
Release Notes: All external system calls were alleviated until final call to dump or view resource (more portable). It now obeys RFCVIEWER env var as well as searches path for suitable browsers if none are defined. The reference files have been changed from /etc to /usr/local/etc.
Release Notes: The "-r" option now uses Perl's regexp rather than egrep.
Release Notes: Previously keyword and string searches would only display the line that matched the query. The output now shows all lines of the related RFC. Previously if egrep was not in the searched paths it would exit, no matter what kind of query was used. Now it only exits when using the option for your own regexp.
Release Notes: Changed calls from egrep to built in perl methods (there should be zero compatability issues now), added a -p feature to connect to ini's assigned numbers database for daemon/port and protocol/number specifications like IGRP, and added -n feature to do a local lookup for standard and non-standard daemon/ports like BackOrifice NetBus etc.
Release Notes: Added some more error handling and speedups for the mail routine.
Release Notes: Added error handling, added -d switch to dump to file for offline viewing, added $indexpath variable to allow for easier install for non-root users.
Release Notes: Initial announcement.