Release Notes: Cross-references to related software were added to the documentation. Several minor bugs related to the installations tools were fixed. Support was added for bulding static libraries, and for building with mingw32. Some error messages were changed to make them clearer. Changes were made to adapt the extension to the overhaul of the stacked channel stuff in the Tcl core. Fixes were made for a buffer overun in quoted-printable, and for an infinite loop in zip.
Release Notes: A series of bugfixes in configure and Makefiles with regard to the MD5 binding, a fix for a memory leak, and better support for generation of static libraries and linking to static libraries (zlib, bzlib, md5).
Release Notes: Dropped support for Tcl 7.6, support for stubs and TEA-compliant building of this extension, rewritten handling of seek requests for transforms, compile-time options for static linking of compression libraries, load-on-demand MD5 functionality, new commands 'md5crypt' and 'crypt' for use in password authentication, and a new option '-nowrap' for zip transformations.
Release Notes: The bug in the 'bzip' (de)compressor has been fixed, and compile time options to statically link zlib (--enable-static-zlib, -DZLIB_STATIC_BUILD) and bzlib (--enable-static-bzlib, -DBZLIB_STATIC_BUILD) have been added.
Release Notes: base64 is now fully MIME compliant, new "quoted-printable" conversion thanks to Marshall Rose, partial support for the "bzip2" compressor thanks to Jan Nijtmans, and support for Tcl 8.2 has been added.
Release Notes: Headers now usable with a C++ compiler, implemented the otp variants of md5 and sha1, the option processor now understands '--', the patchkit for Tcl 8.1 is usable for Tcl 8.1.1 too, made thread-safe if compiled against a thread-enabled 8.1.
Release Notes: Headers now usable with a C++ compiler, Support for otp variants of md5 and sha1 according to RFC 2289 and code to prevent the option processor from treating arguements after a '--' as options from Marshall Rose. The patchkit for Tcl 8.1 is usable for Tcl 8.1.1 too. A bug in the kit was fixed. Made thread-safe if compiled against a thread-enabled version of TCL 8.1.
Release Notes: Taking advantage of the new stub-mechanism of the 8.1 interpreter, Trf is now able to check for the existence of its patches at runtime. If loaded by an unpatched interpreter it will disable the features relying on the patch (-attach option of transforms, unstack), but run unimpeded otherwise. Due to some magic with #define and #ifdef it is now even possible to compile Trf against unpatched core without causing harm, the resulting library will have the complete functionality.
Release Notes: Fixed problems with "fileevent" support, fixed error in the patch to the core (refcount handling) causing crash in socket acceptor script if used to attach a transform.