Commit 81205015 authored by Daniel Veillard's avatar Daniel Veillard
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updated the docs for 2.6.10 Daniel

* NEWS doc/*: updated the docs for 2.6.10
Daniel
parent 4e6fef4d
Mon May 17 23:07:15 CEST 2004 Daniel Veillard <daniel@veillard.com>
* NEWS doc/*: updated the docs for 2.6.10
Mon May 17 05:52:03 CEST 2004 Daniel Veillard <daniel@veillard.com>
 
* configure.in : releasing 2.6.10
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......@@ -10,6 +10,26 @@ to help those - More testing on RelaxNG
Schemas
There is the list of public releases:
2.6.10: May 17 2004:
- Web page generated for ChangeLog
- build fixes: --without-html problems, make check without make all
- portability: problem with xpath.c on Windows (MSC and Borland), memcmp
vs. strncmp on Solaris, XPath tests on Windows (Mark Vakoc), C++ do not
use "list" as parameter name, make tests work with Python 1.5 (Ed
Davis),
- improvements: made xmlTextReaderMode public, small buffers resizing
(Morten Welinder), add --maxmem option to xmllint, add
xmlPopInputCallback() for Matt Sergeant, refactoring of serialization
escaping, added escaping customization
- bugfixes: xsd:extension (Taihei Goi), assorted regexp bugs (William
Brack), xmlReader end of stream problem, node deregistration with reader,
URI escaping and filemanes, XHTML1 formatting (Nick Wellnhofer), regexp
transition reduction (William), various XSD Schemas fixes (Kasimier
Buchcik), XInclude fallback problem (William), weird problems with DTD
(William), structured error handler callback context (William), reverse
xmlEncodeSpecialChars() behaviour back to escaping '"'
2.6.9: Apr 18 2004:
- implement xml:id Working Draft, relaxed XPath id() checking
- bugfixes: xmlCtxtReset (Brent Hendricks), line number and CDATA (Dave
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......@@ -256,7 +256,7 @@
/* Define to the version of this package. */
#undef PACKAGE_VERSION
/* Define to 1 if the C compiler supports function prototypes. */
/* Define if compiler has function prototypes */
#undef PROTOTYPES
/* Determine what socket length (socklen_t) data type is */
......@@ -274,9 +274,6 @@
/* Using the Win32 Socket implementation */
#undef _WINSOCKAPI_
/* Define like PROTOTYPES; this can be used by system headers. */
#undef __PROTOTYPES
/* Win32 Std C name mangling work-around */
#undef snprintf
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</vendor>
<product id="libxml2">
<name>libxml2</name>
<version>2.6.8</version>
<last-release> Mar 23 2004</last-release>
<version>2.6.9</version>
<last-release> Apr 18 2004</last-release>
<info-url>http://xmlsoft.org/</info-url>
<changes> - First step of the cleanup of the serialization code and APIs
- XML Schemas: mixed content (Adam Dickmeiss), QName handling fixes (Adam
Dickmeiss), anyURI for "" (John Belmonte)
- Python: Canonicalization C14N support added (Anthony Carrico)
- xmlDocCopyNode() extension (William)
- Relax-NG: fix when processing XInclude results (William), external
reference in interleave (William), missing error on &lt;choice&gt;
failure (William), memory leak in schemas datatype facets.
- xmlWriter: patch for better DTD support (Alfred Mickautsch)
- bug fixes: xmlXPathLangFunction memory leak (Mike Hommey and William
Brack), no ID errors if using HTML_PARSE_NOERROR, xmlcatalog fallbacks to
URI on SYSTEM lookup failure, XInclude parse flags inheritance (William),
XInclude and XPointer fixes for entities (William), XML parser bug
reported by Holger Rauch, nanohttp fd leak (William), regexps char
groups '-' handling (William), dictionnary reference counting problems,
do not close stderr.
- performance patches from Petr Pajas
- Documentation fixes: XML_CATALOG_FILES in man pages (Mike Hommey)
- compilation and portability fixes: --without-valid, catalog cleanups
(Peter Breitenlohner), MingW patch (Roland Schwingel), cross-compilation
to Windows (Christophe de Vienne), --with-html-dir fixup (Julio Merino
Vidal), Windows build (Eric Zurcher)
<changes> - implement xml:id Working Draft, relaxed XPath id() checking
- bugfixes: xmlCtxtReset (Brent Hendricks), line number and CDATA (Dave
Beckett), Relax-NG compilation (William Brack), Regexp patches (with
William), xmlUriEscape (Mark Vakoc), a Relax-NG notAllowed problem (with
William), Relax-NG name classes compares (William), XInclude duplicate
fallback (William), external DTD encoding detection (William), a DTD
validation bug (William), xmlReader Close() fix, recusive extention
schemas
- improvements: use xmlRead* APIs in test tools (Mark Vakoc), indenting
save optimization, better handle IIS broken HTTP redirect behaviour (Ian
Hummel), HTML parser frameset (James Bursa), libxml2-python RPM
dependancy, XML Schemas union support (Kasimier Buchcik), warning removal
clanup (William), keep ChangeLog compressed when installing from RPMs
- documentation: examples and xmlDocDumpMemory docs (John Fleck), new
example (load, xpath, modify, save), xmlCatalogDump() comments,
- Windows: Borland C++ builder (Eric Zurcher), work around Microsoft
compiler NaN handling bug (Mark Vakoc)
</changes>
</product>
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......@@ -11,7 +11,24 @@ A:link, A:visited, A:active { text-decoration: underline }
to help those</p><ul><li>More testing on RelaxNG</li>
<li>Finishing up <a href="http://www.w3.org/TR/xmlschema-1/">XML
Schemas</a></li>
</ul><p>There is the list of public releases:</p><h3>2.6.9: Apr 18 2004</h3><ul><li>implement xml:id Working Draft, relaxed XPath id() checking</li>
</ul><p>There is the list of public releases:</p><h3>2.6.10: May 17 2004</h3><ul><li>Web page generated for ChangeLog</li>
<li>build fixes: --without-html problems, make check without make all</li>
<li>portability: problem with xpath.c on Windows (MSC and Borland), memcmp
vs. strncmp on Solaris, XPath tests on Windows (Mark Vakoc), C++ do not
use "list" as parameter name, make tests work with Python 1.5 (Ed
Davis),</li>
<li>improvements: made xmlTextReaderMode public, small buffers resizing
(Morten Welinder), add --maxmem option to xmllint, add
xmlPopInputCallback() for Matt Sergeant, refactoring of serialization
escaping, added escaping customization </li>
<li>bugfixes: xsd:extension (Taihei Goi), assorted regexp bugs (William
Brack), xmlReader end of stream problem, node deregistration with reader,
URI escaping and filemanes, XHTML1 formatting (Nick Wellnhofer), regexp
transition reduction (William), various XSD Schemas fixes (Kasimier
Buchcik), XInclude fallback problem (William), weird problems with DTD
(William), structured error handler callback context (William), reverse
xmlEncodeSpecialChars() behaviour back to escaping '"'</li>
</ul><h3>2.6.9: Apr 18 2004</h3><ul><li>implement xml:id Working Draft, relaxed XPath id() checking</li>
<li>bugfixes: xmlCtxtReset (Brent Hendricks), line number and CDATA (Dave
Beckett), Relax-NG compilation (William Brack), Regexp patches (with
William), xmlUriEscape (Mark Vakoc), a Relax-NG notAllowed problem (with
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......@@ -677,6 +677,27 @@ to help those</p>
<p>There is the list of public releases:</p>
<h3>2.6.10: May 17 2004</h3>
<ul>
<li>Web page generated for ChangeLog</li>
<li>build fixes: --without-html problems, make check without make all</li>
<li>portability: problem with xpath.c on Windows (MSC and Borland), memcmp
vs. strncmp on Solaris, XPath tests on Windows (Mark Vakoc), C++ do not
use "list" as parameter name, make tests work with Python 1.5 (Ed
Davis),</li>
<li>improvements: made xmlTextReaderMode public, small buffers resizing
(Morten Welinder), add --maxmem option to xmllint, add
xmlPopInputCallback() for Matt Sergeant, refactoring of serialization
escaping, added escaping customization </li>
<li>bugfixes: xsd:extension (Taihei Goi), assorted regexp bugs (William
Brack), xmlReader end of stream problem, node deregistration with reader,
URI escaping and filemanes, XHTML1 formatting (Nick Wellnhofer), regexp
transition reduction (William), various XSD Schemas fixes (Kasimier
Buchcik), XInclude fallback problem (William), weird problems with DTD
(William), structured error handler callback context (William), reverse
xmlEncodeSpecialChars() behaviour back to escaping '"'</li>
</ul>
<h3>2.6.9: Apr 18 2004</h3>
<ul>
<li>implement xml:id Working Draft, relaxed XPath id() checking</li>
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