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3542 * Andreas Schweitzer
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0 =============================================================================
1 Dillo project
2 =============================================================================
3
4 dillo-3.0 [not released yet]
5
6 +- Ported Dillo to FLTK-1.3.
7 Patch: corvid, Johannes Hofmann, Jorge Arellano Cid
8 +- Default binding for close-all changed from Alt-q to Ctrl-q.
9 - Default binding for close-tab changed from Ctrl-q to Ctrl-w.
10 - Add right_click_closes_tab preference (default is middle click).
11 - 'hide-panels' key action now hides the findbar if present, and toggles
12 display of the control panels otherwise.
13 - Remove 'fullscreen' key action.
14 Patches: Jorge Arellano Cid
15 +- Remove --enable-ansi configure option.
16 - Limit saved cookie size.
17 - Allow binding to non-ASCII keys and multimedia keys.
18 - Enable line wrapping for <textarea>. (BUG#903)
19 Patches: corvid
20
21 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
22
23 dillo-2.2.1 [not released yet]
24
25 +- Implemented "View source" as a dpi.
26 - Accept application/xhtml+xml.
27 - Small caps support.
28 - Border-collapse, border-style properties.
29 Patches: Jorge Arellano Cid
30 +- Configurable User-Agent HTTP header.
31 Patch: Alexander Voigt, corvid
32 +- Include Accept header in HTTP queries.
33 - Work with libpng-1.4.
34 - Handle zero-width space.
35 - Fix segfault closing window from WM.
36 - Limit total number of cookies.
37 - Use the suffix/subdomain field in cookies.txt.
38 - Follow most specific matching rule in cookiesrc.
39 - Fix segfault with form inputs and repush for stylesheets.
40 - Handle white-space: pre-wrap and pre-line.
41 - Support for the word-spacing property.
42 - Fix segfault with https and self-signed certificates.
43 - Text-indent property.
44 Patches: corvid
45 +- Reintroduce bg_color dillorc option.
46 - Make Dillo compile with Clang.
47 - Fix Textblock flushing.
48 - Support !important in style attributes.
49 Patches: Johannes Hofmann
50 +- Implement line-height.
51 - Draw image maps when image not loaded.
52 Patches: Johannes Hofmann, corvid
53 +- Support @media rules.
54 - Implement media-conditional @import rules.
55 - Configure/Makefile cleanup.
56 - Fix meta refresh looping.
57 Patches: Jeremy Henty
58
59 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
60
61 dillo-2.2 [Feb 11, 2010]
62
63 +- Added keybindings for scrolling.
64 - Help button and local help file.
65 Patches: corvid, Jorge Arellano Cid
66 +- Add support for multiple class names in CSS.
67 - Fix X11 coordinate overflows with huge borders.
68 - Improve CSS font parsing.
69 - Enable font face setting via <font> element.
70 - Ignore XML comment markers in CSS.
71 - Split up long lines in plain.cc to avoid X11 coordinate overflows.
72 - Fix user agent style for nested <ul>.
73 - Add support for CSS property list-style-position.
74 - Support border-width: thin | medium | thick.
75 - Fix CSS_SHORTHAND_DIRECTIONS case in CssParser.
76 - Add quirk to reset font properties in tables (fixes e.g. gmail).
77 Patches: Johannes Hofmann
78 +- Cleaned up system includes in dpid directory.
79 - Fixed CustProgressBox() for systems without weak symbols.
80 - Handle signed chars. Added dIsspace() and dIsalnum() to dlib.
81 - Added a_Dpip_get_attr_l() to DPIP's API.
82 - Changed the CCCs to build in one step (for both HTTP and DPI). This
83 is simpler and helps to avoid race conditions.
84 - Updated CCCwork.txt to the new scheme.
85 - Fixed a bug with OPTION element (it was parsing entities twice).
86 - Bugfix: remove the empty cache entry lingering after connection abort.
87 - Switched capi to use dlib's Dlist instead of a_List_* methods.
88 - Remove empty cache entries on Stop-button press and new link request!
89 - Fixed URL unescaping in the datauri DPI.
90 - Changed and reimplemented the DPI API.
91 * Fixed bugs and updated all DPI programs:
92 * Reimplemented the file dpi using select(). No pthreads-based anymore.
93 * Fixed ftp dpi: downloads, streamed transfer, error feedback.
94 * Fixed a bug in dillo with lingering cache entries.
95 * Made dpidc a C language program.
96 * Made the internal dsh implementation use unique functions for read/write.
97 * Removed the write/fwrite mix in DPIP.
98 * Made the DPIP API token-based. Packet assembling is coded inside DPIP!
99 * Several cleanups and more error handling sprinkled all over too.
100 Patches: Jorge Arellano Cid
101 +- Fix segfault from AREA when MAP is missing name attribute.
102 - Fix image map coordinates when margin/border/padding present.
103 - Handle stylesheet @charset.
104 - Fix cache segfault when cache entry removed.
105 - Split words that contain whitespace as numeric character references.
106 - Allow linebreaks around Chinese/Japanese characters.
107 - Fix segfault in Html_parse_doctype (BUG#918).
108 - Change exit code used for bad command line argument.
109 - By default, do not use proxy for localhost (BUG 921).
110 - Fix scrolling for text search.
111 - Added 'save' key action (not bound by default).
112 - Tooltips
113 - Fix segfault when radio button lacks name attribute.
114 - Enable popup menu below bottom of page content (BUG#856).
115 - Handle JPEGs with CMYK color space.
116 - Allow keysyms in keysrc.
117 - Explicitly check installation bindir for dpid (BUG 930)
118 - General cookies overhaul.
119 Patches: corvid
120 +- Support for the letter-spacing property.
121 Patch: Johannes Hofmann, corvid
122 +- Fixed a bug in w3c_mode. In fact it wasn't working at all.
123 - Improve stylesheet menu.
124 Patches: Jeremy Henty
125 +- Limit number of simultaneous connections (BUG 685).
126 Patch: Johannes Hofmann, Jorge Arellano Cid
127
128 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
129
130 dillo-2.1.1 [Jul 3, 2009]
131
132 +- Add additional size checks for images.
133 Patch: Jorge Arellano Cid, Johannes Hofmann, corvid
134 +- Fixed a bug in parsing RGB color values (CSS).
135 - Added support for css colors of the form rgb(255, 255, 255).
136 - Assert that SimpleVector size is positive.
137 Patches: Johannes Hofmann
138 +- Removed redundant system includes.
139 - Added the "nop" keybinding (nop = NO_OPERATION; cancels a default hook).
140 - Added 'stop' key action (not bound by default).
141 - Fixed segfault when URL is NULL and dpis can't be found.
142 Patches: place (AKA corvid)
143 +- Reduced 'warning: ignoring return value of ...'
144 Patch: Michal Nowak, Jorge Arellano Cid
145 +- Check chdir() return code in Paths::init.
146 - Removed return from a_Nav_unref_buf()
147 - Do not build proto.c (file is empty); GCC warning
148 Patches: Michal Nowak
149
150 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
151
152 dillo-2.1 [Jun 15, 2009]
153
154 +- Added ipv6 addresses iteration and ipv4 fallback.
155 Patch: James Turner, Jorge Arellano Cid
156 +- Added support for numeric IPv6 addresses entered into the url bar.
157 - Made the DNS resolver report in numeric address notation.
158 - Used the URL authority part instead of stripped default port in HTTP query.
159 - Fixed Bookmarks modify's HTML so it wraps nicely on handhelds.
160 Patches: Justus Winter
161 +- Implemented "search previous" in string searches.
162 Patch: João Ricardo Lourenço
163 +- Fix for file inputs without values (forms).
164 - Tuned input width a bit.
165 - Cleaned up resource embedding (forms)
166 - Made cookierc parsing more robust.
167 - Switched a_UIcmd_save() to take its URL from history (not location bar).
168 - Set prefs.vw_fontname as default font for the UI.
169 - Fix: recover page focus when clicking outside of a widget.
170 - Fixed a segfault bug in the test/ directory.
171 - Set middle click to submit in a new TAB. (Helps to keep form data!)
172 - Added support for the Q element. BUG#343
173 - Cleaned up Html_pop_tag().
174 - Ported the command line interface from dillo1
175 - Switched file dpi error messages to HTML.
176 - Added a right-click menu to form controls (show hiddens, submit, reset)
177 - Remove now-redundant generate_submit pref
178 - Added the "http_language" dillorc option for setting HTTP's Accept-Language.
179 - Refactored prefs.c to a much smaller size!
180 - Fixed a SEGFAULT bug on redirections without Location.
181 - Obey SELECT's size attribute.
182 - Replace image loading button and page menu option with a tools menu option.
183 - Implemented the "overline" text-decoration.
184 - Enhanced and cleaned up text decorations for SUB and SUP.
185 - Added "View Stylesheets" to the page menu.
186 - Remove standard_widget_colors dillorc option.
187 - Added dillo(1) man page.
188 - Proxy support for HTTPS.
189 - System config files have moved to sysconfdir/dillo/
190 - Add keysrc.
191 Patches: place (AKA corvid)
192 +- Switched SSL-enabled to configure.in (./configure --enable-ssl).
193 - Standardised the installation of dpid/dpidrc with auto* tools.
194 - Set the ScrollGroup as the resizable widget in downloads dpi.
195 - Cleaned up and normalized D_SUN_LEN usage.
196 - Fixed incorrect use of VOIDP2INT in Dialog_user_password_cb().
197 - Ensure that the dlib dStr* functions are used everywhere.
198 - Fixed a memory leak in Html_tag_open_link().
199 - Fixed a memory leak in Klist().
200 - Fix the comment for DLWin::del() (dpi/downloads.cc).
201 - Removed redundant caller NULL checks already in the API.
202 Patches: Jeremy Henty
203 +- Implemented Basic authentication!
204 Patch: Jeremy Henty, Jorge Arellano Cid
205 +- Added "-fno-rtti -fno-exceptions" to CXXFLAGS (reduces binary size).
206 Patch: Jorge Arellano Cid, place (AKA corvid)
207 +- Allowed compilation with older machines by removing a few C99isms.
208 - Added use of inttypes.h when stdint.h isn't found.
209 Patches: Dan Fandrich
210 +- Reduced warnings with gcc-4.3.
211 Patch: Thomas Orgis
212 +- Made the parser recognize "[^ ]/>"-terminated XML elements.
213 - Implemented basic CSS infrastructure.
214 - Brought in Sebastian's CSS parser from dillo-0.8.0-css-3.
215 - Read user style from ~/.dillo/style.css.
216 - Added support for descendant and child selectors.
217 - Improved CSS selector matching performance using hash tables.
218 - Support selector specificity.
219 - Add support for font-size and font-weight enum values.
220 - Added "font_max_size", "font_min_size" dillorc options.
221 - Add workaround for fltk bug #2062.
222 - Reduce number of styleEngine::style0() calls.
223 - Replace bg_color dillorc option.
224 - Remove text_color, link_color, and force_my_colors dillorc options.
225 - Fix CSS string parsing bug.
226 - Replace visited_color dillorc option.
227 - Add support for negative numbers in CSS parser.
228 - Fix allow_white_bg dillorc option.
229 - Load <style></style> content only if applicable.
230 - Allow negative values for specific CSS properties only.
231 - Disable negative margins for now as dw/* does not support them yet.
232 - Support CSS @import directive.
233 - Disable form widgets while stylesheets are loading.
234 - Fix image scaling on reload with border, margin, or padding > 0.
235 - Implement --xid command line option (used by claws mail client).
236 - Make tab expansion in plain text utf8 aware.
237 Patches: Johannes Hofmann
238 +- Updated the GPL copyright note in the source files.
239 Patch: Detlef Riekenberg
240 +- Implemented a close-tab button for the GUI.
241 Patch: João Ricardo Lourenço, Jorge Arellano Cid
242 +- Added the "middle_click_drags_page" dillorc option.
243 Patch: Jorge Arellano Cid, Thomas Orgis
244 +- Added configurable keybindings! (in ~/.dillo/keysrc)
245 Patch: Jorge Arellano Cid, Tim Nieradzik, place (AKA corvid)
246 +- Fixed a memory leak with DilloImage structures.
247 Patch: Johannes Hofmann, place (AKA corvid)
248 +- Set the File menu label to hide when the File menu-button is shown.
249 - Set a new iconv() test in configure.in.
250 - Allowed the rc parser to skip whitespace around the equal sign.
251 - Fixed the parser not to call Html_tag_close_* functions twice.
252 - Implemented loading of remote CSS Stylesheet.
253 - Made a big cleanup of cache.c WRT charset decoding (fixes bugs).
254 - Made an extensive cleanup/fixup of the whole image handling process.
255 - Implemented the tools button with a couple CSS options.
256 - Removed the nav.h dependency from html.cc
257 - Made the repush() operation more general and suited for CSS use.
258 - Fixed collapsing of whitespace entities in HTML mode.
259 - Updated the URL resolver to comply with RFC-3986.
260 - Fixed handling of META's content-type with no MIME type (e.g. only charset).
261 - Added support for a quoted URL in META refresh.
262 - Added instant client-side redirects (aka. zero-delay META refresh).
263 Patches: Jorge Arellano Cid
264
265 dw
266
267 +- Moved clicked from ButtonResource to Resource.
268 Patch: place (AKA corvid)
269 +- Cleaned up unused code in fltkviewbase.
270 Patch: Johannes Hofmann
271 +- Added lout/msg.h and normalized debug messages to use it.
272 Patch: Jorge Arellano Cid
273
274 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
275
276 dillo-2.0 [Oct 14, 2008]
277
278 +- Ported Dillo from GTK1 to FLTK2.
279 - Ported a susbstantial part of the code from C to C++ (FLTK2 is in C++).
280 - Wrote a new library: Dlib. With "Dlib" Dillo doesn't need glib anymore.
281 - Ported all the code to Dlib.
282 - Fixed Http_must_use_proxy() to be case insensitive.
283 - Fixed some leaks and bugs in the cookies dpi.
284 - Made Dillo's UI Control Panel resizable on-the-fly.
285 - Implemented a new, simpler, dillorc parser.
286 - Added handling of "localhost" in file URIs.
287 - Fix: recognize "http://foo" and "http://foo/" as the same URL (BUG#497).
288 - Reimplemented the Concomitant Callback chains into a uniform scheme!
289 (two query branches and a single answer branch). It simplifies a lot the
290 former CCC paths and allows for easier error control.
291 - Added a new method for internally-generated urls: a_Cache_entry_inject().
292 - Switched the cache to use Dlib's Dstr for its data storage.
293 - Removed threads from IO. Now it only uses select-based watches.
294 - Reimplemented IO.c and dpi.c to use Dlib's Dstr as its main buffer.
295 - Turned Klist into a sorted list.
296 - Removed one data-copy stage in Html_write_raw().
297 - Switched gcc's "fmt..." syntax to ISO C __VA_ARGS__.
298 - Fixed Dillo and its dpis to work from "/tmp" (for easy device unmount).
299 - Simplified http.c by reusing the new non-blocking writes in IO.
300 - Reworked the capi API so cache is only accessable from capi.
301 - Rewrote the CCC's OpAbort handling.
302 - Rewrote the DNS API and the Dpid start code inside Dillo.
303 - Implemented Stop button to not only stop rendering but also networking.
304 - Fixed the problem of scrolling position (remember position in a page).
305 - Implemented a new scheme of scroll-position remembering. This is one per
306 visited page intead of one per url (this is more standard).
307 - Fixed a subtle bug in klist that was affecting IO.
308 - Fixed the position of the Bug Meter popup menu.
309 - Hooked vertical scrolling to the mouse wheel.
310 - Reimplemented plain.cc using a class, and hooked memory-release.
311 - Reimplemented html.cc using a class, removed the linkblock,
312 and hooked memory-release to dw destruction.
313 - Switched UI shortcuts from a global event handler to UI::handle.
314 - Bound Ctrl+Space to toggle fullscreen mode.
315 - Switched dillo to push a URL with fragment (anchor) into the stack.
316 - Added a workaround for a CCC reentrancy segfault.
317 - Bound FltkMultiLineTextResource to the html parser (TEXTAREA).
318 - Added code to ignore the first <P> after <LI>.
319 - Added a http_referer preference. See details in dillorc.
320 - Added a text placeholder: "[IMG]" for img_off mode.
321 - Fixed a SEGFAULT bug in http.c (handling of web->url).
322 - Fixed handling of #anchors with repush, and other operations.
323 - Implemented a_Dialog_choice5(). May be used by dpis and dillo.
324 - Improved parsing of collapsing white space.
325 - FTP dpi: Fixed algorithm bugs and improved the mime-type detector.
326 - CCC: added reentrancy control to the OpEnd and OpAbort operations.
327 - CCC: enhanced the debug function and implemented OpAbort for dpi.
328 - Hooked a decoder for text/plain with charset.
329 - Forbid dpi GET and POST from non dpi-generated urls.
330 - Cleaned up a_Url_new().
331 - Implemented tabbed browsing.
332 Patches: Jorge Arellano Cid
333 +- Connected signals to <li> elements (fixes links within lists).
334 - Enabled text, background-color, panel_size, geometry, fullscreen,
335 start_page, geometry offset, proxy_user and limit_text_width in preferences.
336 - Enabled clicking over image links.
337 - Improved notification upon leaving links.
338 - Implemented image-link URL showing in status bar.
339 - Added missing size-parsing for the <hr> element.
340 - Hooked "Activate" to the form_receiver.
341 - Connected the plain page context menu.
342 - Added code for the image menu and hooked it to dw2 signals.
343 - Hooked the page and link menus.
344 - Added a image-loading toggle button to the UI.
345 - Enabled hiding widgets of the control panel from dillorc.
346 - Added a save-directory preference (save_dir in dillorc).
347 - Fixed page-popup-menu to use the stack's top URL instead of base_url.
348 - Added the "static" qualifier where missing.
349 - Bound "Copy link location".
350 - Bound preliminar find text support.
351 - Added line numbers and enabled wrapping in the "View Source" window.
352 - Added HTTP-1.1's chunked transfer support!
353 - Made the stop button sensitive when loading an image.
354 - Added more statics in dpi, const in pixmaps, and removed redundant includes.
355 - Made cleanups in prefs (hiding local data/defs/symbols).
356 - Fixed a segfault in cookies.c when no .dillo directory exists.
357 - Added a MSG_HTTP for HTTP/1.1's warning headers.
358 - Added support for multi-line header fields.
359 - Added support for "charset" in the HTTP header field for Content-Type.
360 - Added support for progressive display of progressive jpegs.
361 - Fixed progressive display of interlaced pngs.
362 - Enabled colspan=0 in tables parsing.
363 - Fixed a memory leak in cookies.c
364 - Added "standard_widget_colors" preference. It allows a more stylish look.
365 - Fixed the return value of Cache_parse_multiple_field.
366 - Added the multipart/form-data encoding method to form submission.
367 - Fixed a bug in Html_parse_entity.
368 - Fixed a bug in a_Url_cmp.
369 - Fixed a bug in Cookies_parse_one. Set it to a single return point too!
370 - Added dStr_memmem() and dStr_printable() to dlib.
371 - Split Html_append_input() into smaller functions.
372 - Implemented ISINDEX.
373 - Added input image for FORMS.
374 - Added button for FORMS.
375 - Added nesting checks for BUTTON, SELECT and FORM.
376 - Fix: shape=default is the background in a client-side image map.
377 - Enabled client and server-side image maps.
378 - Switched Window::destroy to Window::delete, fixing side effects.
379 - Made zlib a configure requirement, and cleaned up configure.in.
380 - Fixed a segfault bug in Nav.c.
381 - Switched from charset to content-type for handling data.
382 - Moved charset decoding into cache.
383 - Implemented OBJECT as link (similar to FRAME).
384 - Enabled the file dpi to look inside gzipped files.
385 - Allowed form inputs outside the FORM element (it's in the standard).
386 - Fixed a segfault bug in VERBATIM mode.
387 - Made image inputs less of a special case by using x,y in ComplexButton.
388 - Made forms show their action URL upon enter/leave mouse events (safety).
389 - Fixed a memory leak in plain.cc.
390 - Switched from DEBUG_MSG to MSG.
391 Patches: place (AKA corvid)
392 +- Fixed a problem with locally-installed dpis.
393 - Added code for optional image loading (nice interface) very advanced!
394 - Added an experimental gzip decoder!
395 - Implemented "Load Images" in the page menu and cleaned up html.hh.
396 - Added shortcuts: PgDn=Spc, PgUp=b, Back=BackSpace, Forw=Shift+Backspace.
397 - Made a cleanup in cache's parse header code.
398 - Added support for "charset" in the META element.
399 - Added a_Capi_get_flags(). It requests a cache entry's status as flags.
400 - Switched URL_DATA type from char* to a dStr.
401 - Implemented the file input control for forms.
402 - Fixed data guesser to detect ASCII, LATIN1, UTF8, KOI8-R, CP-1251 as text.
403 Patch: place, Jorge Arellano Cid
404 +- Fixed a cookies-related dillo freeze bug happening at:
405 http://www.fltk.org/newsgroups.php?gfltk.general+v:24912
406 Patch: Andreas Kemnade, Jorge Arellano Cid
407 +- Fixed a va_list-related SEGFAULT on 64bit-arch in dStr_vsprintfa().
408 Added const declarations in html parser.
409 Patch: Vincent Thomasset
410 +- Fixed void to int conversions for 64bit-arch.
411 Patch: Jorge Arellano Cid, higuita
412 +- Set the url resolver to escape illegal chars instead of stripping.
413 Patch: Jorge Arellano Cid, Jeremy Henty
414 +- Added suport for old iconv() (const char** as 2nd arg).
415 Patch: Jorge Arellano Cid, Christian Kellermann
416 +- Added a strndup() replacement in dw2
417 Patch: Alexander Becher, Johannes Hofmann, Jorge Arellano Cid
418 +- Fixed calcHashValue() to only return non-negative numbers (was SEGFAULT).
419 - Improved scrolling performance on large pages by copying screen data
420 instead of rendering.
421 - Updated configure.in to check only for fltk2-config.
422 - Implemented drag-scrolling with the mouse's middle button.
423 - Disabled double buffering (good for debugging redraws).
424 - Switched dns.c from gethostbyname* to getaddrinfo (& removed libc5 code).
425 - Made "New browser window" inherit the panel style of its parent.
426 - Made TopGroup a PackedGroup, simplifying UI code and removing workarounds.
427 - Added a redraw(DAMAGE_HIGHLIGHT) call to Back, Forw and Stop buttons.
428 - Fixed a segfault bug when closing a bw under active networking.
429 - Removed the unused SPCBuf variable.
430 - Fixed a freeze-bug in IO.c where the IOwatch for reading was not removed.
431 Patches: Johannes Hofmann
432 +- Made progress bars resize automatically.
433 Patches: Johannes Hofmann, Jorge Arellano Cid
434 +- Improved FLTK library detection at configure time.
435 Patch: Frank Gevaerts
436 +- Bound Ctrl-R to reload.
437 - Made dialogs use font_factor (e.g. view source).
438 - Implemented the SELECT element in FORMS!
439 - Implemented MULTIPLE SELECT in FORMS.
440 - Fixed a memory leak in nav.c
441 !- html.cc cleanup (in progress). New classes, form API, source split.
442 - Fixed a bug in style caching.
443 Patches: Jeremy Henty
444 +- Added int32_t, EAI_NODATA and iconv tests for FreeBSD.
445 Patch: Thomas-Martin Seck
446 +- Made CTRL-l focus the location bar instead of popping up a dialog.
447 - Set key bindings with modifiers to work when alone only.
448 - Replaced the findtext dialog with an in-window widget!
449 Patches: Justus Winter
450
451
452 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
453 dw
454
455 0.0.43
456 - Fixed bug in dw::core::ExtIterator (wrong mask, see also Jorge's
457 patch "createvar.diff" from Nov 08).
458 - Applied Jorge's patch for dw::core::AlignedTextblock
459 ("lists.diff" in mail from Nov 08).
460 - Applied Jorge's patch for dw::core::Textblock ("links.diff" in
461 mail from Nov 08).
462 - Applied Jorge's patch for configure.in ("conf.diff" in mail from
463 Nov 08).
464 - Renamed ExtIterator to DeepIterator.
465 - Implemented CharIterator (as an alternative to word iterators).
466 - Implemented text search (simple KMP based on CharIterator).
467 - Completed scrolling.
468 Patches: Sebastian Geerken
469
470 + Implemented drag scrolling with mouse's middle button.
471 - Enabled commented out partial image redraw, adding some checks.
472 - Enabled clipped redraws (avoids some flickering).
473 - Improvement: avoid complete redraws for child widget updates.
474 - Added code to really delete fltk2 widgets embedded in dw2.
475 - Fixed partial redraws and scrolling interference.
476 - Added combination of drawing rectangles into a larger one.
477 - Bug fix: a newly added rectangle may contain others.
478 - Made draw() check whether a rectangle is visible at drawing time.
479 - The background is now cleared properly on partial redraws.
480 - Made getWidgetAtPoint() a virtual method of widget and implemented a
481 custom one for TextBlock, reducing CPU usage on pages full of links.
482 - Added a style reference and an initialization to mustQueueResize.
483 - Replaced prepareCreateFltkWidget with an explicit call to add().
484 - Fixed an assertion-exit bug in DeepIterator.
485 - Fixed two viewport bugs: in drawing and scrolling.
486 - Made scrollbars really children of FltkViewport.
487 - Avoided multiple redraws when Layout::resizeIdle() queues itself.
488 - Set FltkViewBase::draw to intersect with view area for expose.
489 - Set cursor shape to CURSOR_MOVE on drag. Disabled drag over links.
490 - Added Layout::queueDrawExcept(), it reduces flickering by avoiding
491 a redraw when another rectangle is added.
492 - Fixed a scrollIdleId test to properly compare against -1.
493 - Set FltkPlatform::removeIdle to use removeRef() instead of remove().
494 - Cleaned up scroll code and moved updateCanvasWidgets() out of draw().
495 - Switched begin-end pairs with add() calls (fixes side-effect bugs!).
496 - Fixed checks in adjustScrollPos() to not allow wild values.
497 - Added double buffering for partial redraws!
498 - Implemented ComplexButton.
499 - Fixed find text so it works for phrases and PRE-wrapped text.
500 - Fixed a bug in DeepIterator::prev.
501 - Added the "lout" namespace.
502 - Reduced memory usage in 30% by reusing styles, reducing the size
503 of struct Content, and not preallocating in SimpleVector. !
504 - Made fontsTable and colorsTable static members of Font and Color.
505 - Moved highlighting information from struct Word into Textblock
506 to save memory.
507 - Reduced memory usage 10% with a custom memory handler in Textblock.
508 - Fixed a segfault when searching for single characters.
509 - Fixed memory leaks by s/delete/delete[]/ where necessary.
510 - Fixed three iterator memory leaks in Iterator::scrollTo().
511 - Changed DeepIterator to always clone its parameter (segfault bug).
512 - Implemented selection of multibyte glyphs (UTF-8).
513 - Removed the canvasWidgets list (fltk's children seem enough).
514 - Switched misc:assert() to the standard assert() call.
515 Patches: Johannes Hofmann
516 + Fixed a segfault-on-empty-strings bug in ConstString::hashValue.
517 - Fixed a segfault in reallocChildren (colspan/rowspan related).
518 - Fixed another assertion-exit bug in DeepIterator.
519 - Added the dw::fltk::ui::FltkMultiLineTextResource class.
520 - Implemented TEXTAREA using fltk::TextEditor.
521 - Bugfix: added the missing fltk::setfont calls before ::getwidth.
522 - Bugfix: initialized scrollIdleNotInterrupted variable.
523 - Commented out obsolete DEBUG_MSG lines in widget.cc.
524 - Fixed rowspan apportion when no single rowspan=1 row is found.
525 - Fixed allocateFltkWidget to handle and display FltkListResource.
526 - Fixed a slithery BUG in lout::misc::Stringbuffer.
527 - Implemented multiple item selection in FltkSelectionResource.
528 Patches: Jeremy Henty
529 + Added an extra argument in the link signals
530 (I recommended that instead of an array of image handlers --jcid)
531 - Aded an x_img camp to style (an image array index, like x_link).
532 - Added the same workaround in ui.cc for WHEN_ENTER_KEY_ALWAYS.
533 - Fixed shading (style.cc) and implemented FltkViewBase::drawPolygon().
534 - Implemented Circle and Disk bullet drawing.
535 - Fixed a bug in FltkViewBase::getClippingView.
536 - Made FltkColor::FltkColor use ::fltk::BLACK (bugfix).
537 - Fixed a bug with dissappearing widgets when scrolling with low CPU.
538 - Fixed a bug with the canvas offset of scrolling bars.
539 - Fixed a typo bug in scrollIdle() and a typo in processMouseEvent().
540 - Fixed an offset arithmetic bug with widgets inside textblock.
541 - Fixed RTFL debugging messages.
542 - Switched ComplexButton to use "Activate" instead of "Clicked" signal.
543 - Made the ComplexButton resource remember its click x,y.
544 - Added "enter" and "leave" signals into class Resource.
545 Patches: place
546 + Enabled mouse wheel scrolling.
547 FltkViewport::setScrollStep() sets how many points at a time.
548 - Added setDeleteCallback(DW_Callback_t func, void *data) to widget.
549 This allows to hook a callback when the widget is destroyed.
550 - Implemented a weighted apportionment algorithm for table rowspan.
551 - Implemented a weighted apportionment algorithm for table colspan.
552 - Implemented percentage widths in tables (better rendering!).
553 - Fixed an initialization bug in hruler.
554 - Fixed a bug in the textblock's wrapping algorithm.
555 - Fixed a bug in table cellpadding.
556 - Fixed a bug in getContentHeight().
557 - Changed the table-apportion algorithms + bug fixes. Big work!
558 - Fixed a mistake in the CSS-box-model PNG image (style-box-model.png).
559 - Added initialization for scrollX and scrollY.
560 - Fixed a typo bug in adjustScrollPos().
561 - Fixed two typo bugs in Textblock::drawLine().
562 - Changed Textblock::addText() to internally allocate its text string,
563 making the memory handling opaque to the caller.
564 Patches: Jorge Arellano Cid
565 + Added actual text selection.
566 Patch: Sebastian Geerken, place
567 + Implemented dw::fltk::ui::FltkOptionMenuResource::isSelected(),
568 added Item::createNewGroupWidget(), Item::createNewWidget().
569 Patch: Jeremy Henty, Johannes Hofmann
570 + Implemented the necessary base for image maps.
571 Patch: Johannes Hofmann, place
572
573 0.0.42
574 - Fixed event handling in FLTK views. (Fixes links and several
575 problems with UI resources.)
576 - Implemented clipping views. (dw::Image used this already in
577 version 0.0.41.)
578 - Added "activated" signals to UI resources.
579 Patches: Sebastian Geerken
580
581 -----------------------------------------------------------------------------
582
583
584 0.8.5-pre-dw-redesign-1 [internal]
585 - Prototype
586
587 dillo-0.8.3-pre-dw-redesign-3 [Aug 30, 2004]
588 - * Fixed bug GtkDwViewport, which caused some redraws to be ignored.
589 * Added GdkDwPreview.
590 Patches: Sebastian Geerken
591
592
593 dillo-0.8.3-pre-dw-redesign-2 [Aug 28, 2004]
594 - * Added images to the current state of the redesign.
595 - New module Imgbuf, see doc/Imgbuf.txt for details.
596 Patch: Sebastian Geerken
597
598
599 dillo-0.8.3-pre-dw-redesign-1 [Aug 25, 2004]
600 - * Introduced an abstraction layer between Dw and Gtk+. See README-port and
601 doc/DwRender.txt for more details.
602 Patch: Sebastian Geerken
603
604
0605 =============================================================================
1606 Dillo project
2607 =============================================================================
30635 * Made the parser aware of buggy pages with multiple BODY and HTML elements.
31636 * Fixed a bug in MIME content/type detection.
32637 * Check HTTP Content-Type against real data (a security procedure).
33 Patches: Jorge Arellano
638 Patches: Jorge Arellano Cid
34639 - * Added a datauri dpi to handle "data:" URIs (RFC-2397).
35640 Patch: Jorge Arellano, Ben Wiley Sittler
36641 - * Moved the cookies management into a dpi server: cookies.dpi.
49654 - * Fixed a file descriptor leak in the dpi protocol library.
50655 * Fixed a subtle segfault bug with malformed URLs in cookies.c.
51656 Patch: Francis Daly
657 - * Improved the dpi framework. Now dpi-programs can be specified in dpidrc,
658 and there's no need to touch dillo's sources to add new dpi services.
659 Just make your dpi program, add a dpidrc line and play with it!
660 Patch: Diego Sáenz, Jorge Arellano
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53662
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13491958 Patches: Jorge Arellano Cid
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1 This is the Changelog file that existed before Dillo began.
2
3
4 ===========================================================================
5 Gzilla project
6
7 Wed 28 Oct 1999 Christopher Reid Palmer <chrisp@innerfireworks.com>
8 Rota Luca
9 * support for arrow keys
10 * proper tool bar
11 * cursor changing
12
13 Randy Maas
14 * documentation
15 * URL sub-tree cleanups and speed-ups
16
17 Sammy Mannaert
18 * bookmarks.c fix
19 * menu hotkeys, menu pulloffs and Location pull-off
20 * file:/ URL bugfix, for larger than 12 char names
21
22 David Press
23 * fix to cursor change
24
25 Fri Jul 23 22:12:14 1999 ObiTuarY <obituary@freshmeat.net>
26
27 * *.*: Upgraded to autoconf 2.13 and automake 1.4. Reorganization
28 of the source.
29 * src/interface.{c,h}: Added pixmaps for the buttons. Removed the
30 open button. Doesn't it feel redundant with the location text entry
31 just under it ? ;-)
32 * src/pixmaps.h: New file holding the pixmaps.
33
34 0.2.0 17-18 Jul 1999 Christopher Reid Palmer <chrisp@innerFireWorks.com>
35 * Restructured menus, beginning to implement functionality of new menu items.
36 * Closed hole for when ~/.gzilla exists but is not a dir.
37 * Poked at bookmarks.
38
39
40
41 ===========================================================================
42 Raph Levien project
43
44
45 Mon Dec 21 00:07:36 1998 Raph Levien <raph@gimp.org>
46
47 * gzilladns.c: fixed a bug (adding the input handler more
48 than once) that got triggered in Gtk 1.1.x.
49 * gzillageturl.c: added an "about:" mechanism with simple
50 redirects. This is 0.1.7.
51
52 Sun Dec 20 22:25:17 1998 Raph Levien <raph@gimp.org>
53
54 * Accelerator group code so that it now compiles with both
55 Gtk 1.0.x and 1.1.x
56 * Added directory scanning support to gzilla_file (thanks to Jim
57 McBeath!)
58
59 0.1.5 (2 Jan 1998 RLL)
60 * Finished moving junk out of bytesink (mostly into linkblock).
61 Now, the former abstraction is lean and mean, and the latter
62 is a junkheap :).
63 * Tried to hook up most of the abort/destroy logic, so it should
64 leak a lot less memory now.
65 * I'm moving images from gtk_preview to gzw_image as well.
66
67 0.1.4 (26 Nov 1997 RLL)
68 * Pages > 32kpixels actually scroll now.
69 * Pretty significant rework of the whole abort architecture (see
70 abort.html for more details). Also separated out some of the
71 web-specific stuff in bytesink to linkblock.
72 * It seems relatively stable now, but it's nowhere near freeing
73 all of the memory it allocates.
74
75 0.1.3
76 * Switched page widget from gtk to gzw.
77 * Significant enhancements in functionality and stability.
78
79 0.0.10
80 * Major change is reorganization of network code - all fetches now
81 go through gzilla_url_get.
82
83 * Aborts (i.e. the implementation of the Stop button) are now
84 handled by a new bytesink signal ("abort"). The abort logic has
85 been partially upgraded to handle multiple windows - now,
86 gzilla_bw_abort_all aborts all bytesinks in a window.
87
88
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229 # If you use Microsoft's C++/CLI language, you should set this option to YES to
230 # enable parsing support.
231
232 CPP_CLI_SUPPORT = NO
233
234 # Set the SIP_SUPPORT tag to YES if your project consists of sip sources only.
235 # Doxygen will parse them like normal C++ but will assume all classes use public
236 # instead of private inheritance when no explicit protection keyword is present.
237
238 SIP_SUPPORT = NO
239
240 # For Microsoft's IDL there are propget and propput attributes to indicate getter
241 # and setter methods for a property. Setting this option to YES (the default)
242 # will make doxygen to replace the get and set methods by a property in the
243 # documentation. This will only work if the methods are indeed getting or
244 # setting a simple type. If this is not the case, or you want to show the
245 # methods anyway, you should set this option to NO.
246
247 IDL_PROPERTY_SUPPORT = YES
248
249 # If member grouping is used in the documentation and the DISTRIBUTE_GROUP_DOC
250 # tag is set to YES, then doxygen will reuse the documentation of the first
251 # member in the group (if any) for the other members of the group. By default
252 # all members of a group must be documented explicitly.
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