Release Notes: This release adds several new features such as the ability to have several docroots for a given virtual host, the concept of a redirect map to redirect an entire part of the docroot to another site, and initial WebDAV support. This release also fixes a security bug that allowed an attacker to get the code source of a page by sending a null character at the end of the request.
Release Notes: This release fixed several bugs with SSL support, the reverse proxy feature, and modules cache management. The shutdown procedure was cleaned-up. The included chat server application was improved. It is now possible to decide how to name the module generated from a dynamic Yaws page.
Release Notes: This version adds RSS management capabilities, improves the provided applications (Wiki, Webmail) and adds a chat application. It also fixes several bugs in the embedded mode and in the reverse proxy code.
Release Notes: Configuration changes may now be made without stopping the running systems. Virtual servers can be added, removed, and changed without affecting traffic.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix and documentaion release. All Web documents are now nicely formatted with CSS and XHTML 1.0. A new feature allows directory contents to be zipped together automatically.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes related to redirects. Improvements to the wiki code, as well as to the Webmail app. A new feature, named bindigs, is primarily intended for those who want to keep the bulk of the content in HTML, but have some parts of it dynamically generated.
Release Notes: This release has a new easy Web mail application, flexible server side includes with variable expansion deep inside the erlang terms of EHTML, many fixes to the wiki, and a reverse proxy implementation.
Release Notes: This version runs on old versions of Erlang, compiles and runs nicely under Win32 Cygwin using the native Win32 Erlang, includes cosmetic fixes and docs updates, and returns 403 on bad GETs.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes, full CGI and PHP support, an improved wiki, Range support, and Darwin Mac OS support.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release. It contains many fixes to the wiki, including slideshow support and proper /etc/rc scripts for several Linux distributions, and several minor bugfixes.