Monday, July 9th, 2007 8:48PM -0700 by Russ Gibson  

Fixed bug where the default template and config files weren't found in the same directory as the executable.

Also updated to boost 1.34.

I can upload an updated executable, if anybody would like me too.

Sunday, June 10th, 2007 4:36AM -0700 by Russ Gibson  

Fixed the main menu for the website.

Friday, January 7th, 2005 8:43AM -0800 by Russ Gibson  

I updated the build settings and added config file for the test cases. I didn't run the tests when I released, which was very bad. Since this is a test build only change, I'm not going to do a formal release. I will upload a zip with the corrected source files, which one can extract over a source tree to get the fixes.

NOTE: Test 2 fails on the 2nd copy of the original file. I will track this down as soon as I have the time. Since I am using on a daily basis, this issue *should* (famous last words...) be a minor issue.

Thanks to Torsten Pfützenreuter for bringing this to my attention!

Friday, November 19th, 2004 5:04PM -0800 by Russ Gibson  

Release is ready for Win32 platform. See changes to see what's new. The biggest changes are:

Friday, November 19th, 2004 5:04PM -0800 by Russ Gibson  

I've decided not to worry about the non-windows versions until somebody needs them. I will need them eventually, but I am tired of fighting boost and gcc 3.3.4/3.4.3 to get something up and running I don't need yet. Since all of this is console, boost, and std c++ based, it shouldn't be too bad to get it working (recent experience notwithstanding).

Monday, October 25th, 2004 2:57AM -0700 by Russ Gibson  

I built and uploaded a Window's command line release, which is available from the file library. The next release of the Win32 binaries will be done via Windows Installer.

I consider this the baseline release, so everything that is done from here on will be listed in the changes.

Sunday, October 17th, 2004 8:15PM -0700 by Russ Gibson   (last updated 2004-10-25 01:35:23 -0700)

Version 1.0 is feature complete and tested on Win32. The following items still need to be completed before uploading the final build of 1.0:

  1. Create user documentation
  2. Finish web site setup
  3. Update schema to be correct with current content (I might start over)
  4. Create Win32 GUI front end (something very simple)
  5. Create install for Win32 setup
  6. Create MingW build setup
  7. Create linux build set up (MingW first as it will make this easier)
  8. Test on Linux; Nothing has been done so far, but since its entirely text processing, I expect very few issues (famous last words)
  9. Get install for Linux (RPM?) setup
  10. Create developer documentation (via doxygen usage)