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: Configuration changes may now be made without stopping the running systems. Virtual servers can be added, removed, and changed without affecting traffic.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes, full CGI and PHP support, an improved wiki, Range support, and Darwin Mac OS support.
Release Notes: This release contains a series of minor bugfixes. Yaws is now considered mature enough to be ready for production use.
Release Notes: This release contains a complete Wiki web using the dynamic content features of yaws. It also (of course) contains a series of minor improvements and bugfixes.
Release Notes: This is a major release with much better performance and a new and improved way to generate dynamic content. Proper man pages have been written. Yaws can now deliver about 2500 dynamically generated HTML pages per second on a 2 GHz machine.
Release Notes: Full SSL support was added. Some serious performance bugs were fixed. Various other minor bugfixes were made.