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  •  21 May 2008 14:18
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    Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in which pages that returned server error 500 were not counted as failures. It also contains several minor platform specific fixes.

    •  15 Apr 2008 14:32
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      Release Notes: This release adds support for ETags and Last-Modified in order to handle cache validation. It corrects an occasional shutdown problem and includes several platform-specific bugs.

      •  09 Apr 2008 17:19
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        Release Notes: This release fixes a bug that occasionally prevents siege from shutting down cleanly.

        •  01 Jun 2007 17:15
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          Release Notes: This release fixes a major problem with socket reads on Solaris.

          •  25 Apr 2007 13:30
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            Release Notes: This release fixes problems with basic authentication. It also corrects a problem with the login URL in .siegerc. New features are also included. This release adds support for document caching. Siege now handles ETags and date validation.

            •  02 Apr 2007 21:43
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              Release Notes: This release sets an appropriate Content-type for file posts. If you post haha.xml, then siege will tell the server "Content-type: text/xml". This release includes numerous fixes, most importantly cookie expiration handling and a problem associated with parsing the .siegerc configuration file.

              •  29 Mar 2007 16:53
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                Release Notes: This release includes code cleanups and a few minor bugfixes. Functionally, it's the same as 2.66b2.

                •  26 Mar 2007 21:26
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                  Release Notes: This release greatly improves cookie handling. It adds better handling of buggy pthreads macro implementations. It also contains numerous minor bugfixes and enhancements.

                  •  02 Mar 2007 18:23
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                    Release Notes: This version maps the Content-type to the file type you post to a Web server. For example, if you post the file haha.xml, siege adds the Content-type: text/xml. The default type is application/x-www-form-urlencoded.

                    •  19 Jun 2006 21:32
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                      Release Notes: This release has several bugfixes and refinements. It includes several additional customizations.

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