Version 0.1.5 of taskrambler

Release Notes: This release adds a storage layer, adds signup functionality, stores users, stores passwords as PBKDF2 sha512, makes login work against LDAP and stored passwords, adds a favicon, and shows version, session info, and login info on each page.

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Release Notes: The UI/client has visually improved popups, reorganized JavaScript code, and a new "my account" menu entry and popup where users can see and modify their data. On the backend/server, users are now able to change their first name, surname, and email address after logging in. A generic router that converts request URIs into identifiers for dlsym and then calls the function was added. All post data is now URL decoded. The storage layer now allows the deletion of entries. There were also fixes and a lot more.

  •  13 Oct 2013 20:06

    Release Notes: This release builds some reusable parts as shared libraries, makes "make install" do what it should, generalizes json responses, adds support for a first basic configuration file, and adds many changes to the build system.

    •  07 Oct 2013 21:25

    Release Notes: Bugfixes and optimizations in the server main loop. Loads parts of the UI via AJAX calls, thus preventing code repetition in there. Adds m4 macros to build with dragonegg. Building with clang also works without any change for the author. The build system has been fixed; now it is again possible to build actual coverage reports and API docs. This release fixes memory handling when optimizations are not in place. It optimizes session handling.

    •  29 Sep 2013 17:08

    Release Notes: This release adds a storage layer, adds signup functionality, stores users, stores passwords as PBKDF2 sha512, makes login work against LDAP and stored passwords, adds a favicon, and shows version, session info, and login info on each page.

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