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  •  08 Sep 2003 00:03
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    Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It clears up a number or minor bugs and adds two new sample files for accessing the Google and Babelfish SOAP interfaces.

    •  28 Jan 2003 03:05
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      •  23 Sep 2002 05:31
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        Release Notes: There are a number of minor bugfixes, and some tclxml compatibility issues are dealt with. An HTTPS transport has been added, and the BEEP transport has been updated for the BEEP RFC.

        •  28 Feb 2002 17:58
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          Release Notes: This release includes a number of bugfixes and enhancements. The major points are Support for multiple transports (HTTP, FTP, SMTP and BEEP) was added. SOAP with attachments is now supported with SMTP (via tcllib mime). Support for tclhttpd (SOAP::Domain package) was rewritten. This release depends upon tcllib 1.2 for the uri and log packages.

          •  09 Oct 2001 02:34
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            Release Notes: Minor features and a number of bugfixes; in particular, the package supports the DOM::C module from TclDOM to improve SOAP performance, and support for SOAP Header elements is included.

            •  08 Aug 2001 22:21
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              Release Notes: This release passes the Userland SOAP and XML-RPC validation suite at http://validate.soapware.org/ and http://validate.xmlrpc.com/. It also provides an implementation of the SOAP Interoperability Lab Round 1 test suite, and passes these tests too. CGI server code has been added and tested under Apache. TclHTTPD support is now implemented via the CGI package; see the samples/tclserver.tcl script for an example. Numerous enhancements to the SOAP parameter type recognition have been made, especially for structs and for structs of structs.

              •  21 Jun 2001 18:19
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                Release Notes: Support for asynchronous transports with the -command option has been added to the create and configure commands. If set to a callback procedure, the callback is called with the extracted RPC reply data (e.g. proc callback {data} { puts "$data"}) Support is provided in the HTTP transport code. The HTTP transport is now somewhat more backwardly compatible with Tcl 8.0+. An xmlrpc.test file has been added. A bug in SOAP::configure with the old -xmlrpc option, a bug in XMLRPC response parsing (values with no type are strings), and a bug in the error message for missing XMLRPC parameters have all been fixed.

                •  15 Jun 2001 08:41
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                  Release Notes: Support for XML-RPC based methods added. Tests to soap.test for the post-processing feature added. More extensive comments added to the source code.

                  •  23 Apr 2001 09:17
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                    Release Notes: This release includes a package to support providing SOAP services via the tclhttpd HTTP server, fixes and improvements to the SOAP::Parse package, fixes to the SOAP::xpath package (which will be depreciated in favour of Steve Ball's XPath exensions to TclDOM 2.0), some adjustments to ensure the code runs with xml and dom 2.0 packages, a samples directory which now contains the SOAP-tests file, and a tests subdirectory. TclSOAP 1.3 passes all the tests using xml 2.0 and dom 2.0, whilst not using XML::C.

                    •  17 Mar 2001 04:25
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                      Release Notes: A fix for a bug preventing repeat commands in SOAP 1.1, a new SOAP::cget procedure to retrieve configuration settings, support for use with TclXML-2.0, and changes in the xpath package to be SOAP::xpath to avoid clash with TclXML-2.0's xpath.

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