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  •  15 Apr 2005 17:40
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    Release Notes: This release significantly simplifies the build process, adding support for Apache 2.x, PostgreSQL version 8, and PostgreSQL replication, as well as many other performance and behavioral improvements. The project Web site has been updated to include more complete build instructions and documentation on how to implement PostgreSQL replication.

    •  29 Sep 2004 23:23
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      Release Notes: This release makes the underlying database directly available to application developers. It maintains the previous abstract interface, adding a lower level raw SQL interface to the PostgreSQL database, allowing developers to create application-specific databases that go far beyond the template functionality.

      •  25 Jul 2003 15:31
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        Release Notes: This release extends the hierarchical catalogue template to allow more flexible searches. It adds a minor fix to the XPath implementation after rereading the specification for comparing node-sets with strings. The strings must be converted to numbers before comparison.

        •  11 Dec 2002 09:39
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          Release Notes: This release includes a more complete SMTP email interface, improves XPath conformance, and improves file system access. A number of small bugs were also fixed.

          •  14 Aug 2002 07:16
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            Release Notes: This release adds additional XML/XPath capabilities and makes it easier to transition from text based PHP applications to XML and JavaScript based Whitebeam applications. Debugging and Apache ErrorDocument handler pages have been made easier.

            •  23 Feb 2002 15:05
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              Release Notes: The most notable change is that the build system now uses autoconf. A memory leak in XPath has been fixed. JavaScript memory threshold has been increased. Checks for recursive includes and output limits have been fixed. A "bound" XPath extension function has been added.

              •  24 Nov 2001 00:51
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                Release Notes: A new rb:parser tag to control current parser, a fix for a truncation bug in rb.*.fwrite and rb.page.format, updated XML tests, a fix for an httpRequest bug, and Javascript to XML translation is "lazy" or "JIT", so processing large amounts of XML should be more memory efficient.

                •  09 Nov 2001 15:26
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                  Release Notes: Many small fixes are included in this release. The internal version number was fixed. A new "rb:automarksession" tag was added. A facility for ignoring whitespace was added. The parser is now more tolerant about the closing of comment tags. Parsing of hex/octal numbers was fixed. Further XPath extensions were added. The rb.*.write calls were optimized to take multiple parameters. Some JS objects are now cleaned up before exit.

                  •  29 Oct 2001 15:31
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                    Release Notes: Numerous fixes/improvements were made, including the squashing of a small but nasty memory leak. Users of earlier versions are strongly urged to upgrade. This version has been more thoroughly tested prior to release than previous versions, and it is considered a pre-release candidate.

                    •  26 Sep 2001 09:41
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                      Release Notes: Cache-Control flexibility improved, double-cookie-header bug fixed, header output bug with rb.page.writeraw() fixed, XPath parsing fixed, and common code in database templates fixed. In Html mode, XML parsers now accept HTML "slackness" instead of being XML strict. Documentation updated.

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