Release Notes: This release is intended to be a 1.0.0 candidate; it has an initial port of File template to PostgreSQL, a fix for the password authentication code, and SQL optimisation for Postgres catalogue template.
Release Notes: An initial port of Catalogue template to PostgreSQL, a backport of the DB2 changes for contact template to PostgreSQL, providing schema SQL for PostgreSQL, several catalogue template fixes, new calls to DB2 contact and catalogue templates, and additional escaping for PostgreSQL in Contact template.
Release Notes: Some XPath language components were fixed and extended. The httpRequest Methods on the Redbourne build were restricted. The Apache version string was cleanly modified. The SQL escaping of "'" in Contact template was fixed. The sending of cookies was fixed to be more secure. Binary objects now understand zero-length files. rb:marksession was fixed for <a> tags.
Release Notes: The Write protect Whitebeam methods have been implemented correctly. More XPath and comms-layer tidy-ups were made. The broken Iterators were fixed. The comms-layer is now faster, particularly on BSD systems. One unneeded thread was removed in Context server. The caching of context data by the presentation engine was fixed. Some error message texts were made more accurate.
Release Notes: The XML DOM problem when traversing an <include> tag has been fixed, as well as an rb:eval attribute-vanishing problem. Build targets for pgsql templates have been improved. There are further make system cleanups. The crypto code has been replaced so that local libraries get used, and there is a separate crypto tarball (which prevents the question of distribution legality). A much updated message template parses news/mail messages with some degree of understanding, and now uses SMTP instead of spawning sendmail.
Release Notes: PostgreSQL support (contact template, initially), a reorganisation of templates and template build structure, merging in Windows source code, and a number of minor bugfixes to the presentation engine and template comms.