Release Notes: ICU has a new conversion element 'join', which joins tokens into one with a custom character given by the rule attribute.
Release Notes: An SRU record update. Fixes for ZOOM async I/O. Improved MARC conversion utilities. A new OID API. The core YAZ library no longer relies on POSIX/WIN threads. Character set fixes and updates.
Release Notes: Minor bugs were fixed. The license was changed to the revised BSD license. YAZ has used a BSD inspired license until now, so this should not have any real impact on anybody.
Release Notes: MARC-8 character conversion fixes. Better SRU support. IPV6 support. Improved event handling for ZOOM. XML configuration for a front end server that allows record conversions and virtual server hosting.
Release Notes: This version features updates and fixes in the SRW/SRU code, fixes for MARC-8 character set conversions, fixes for MARC decoder and conversions to MARCXML, adds a utility to convert from OPAC record to OPACXML, and adds support for virtual hosting in the YAZ frontend server.
Release Notes: Fixes to MARC-8 conversion. Fixes to several configure tests that did not work with newer GCCs. Fixes to the CCL parser and a new feature for specifying relation=range that obeys more constructs as ranges. Better ODR printing and a feature to capture ODR print streams.
Release Notes: Better SSL support, fixes for HTTP chunked encoding and SRW/SRU records handling, and fixes in character conversion handling (including MARC-8).
Release Notes: ZOOM API updates. Updates for SRW/SRU 1.1. HTTP fixes. Fixes for a potential DoS attack. Fixed in the generic frontend server regarding message sizes.
Release Notes: Fixes for the OCLC userinformation field. String attrbute values for the CCL parser. OPAC record support for the ZOOM API. Fixes for the Extended services Update.
Release Notes: There is SRW support for the YAZ client, compile fixes for Solaris 2.6 and AIX, MARC8 conversion bugfixes, a man page for the YAZ ASN.1 compiler, character set conversion for ZOOM records, code fixes for the CCL directive @case, and CCL documentation updates.