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>> Squidview history:

0.86 February 2017
- fix clang compiler warning, thanks http://people.freebsd.org/~danilo/

0.85 Janurary 2017
- another result code, thanks Yuri Voinov

0.84 December 2016
- INM result code as 'U' - unmodified
  thanks Yuri Voinov

0.82-0.83: May 2016
- add more squid result codes
  thanks to Yuri Voinov for the suggestions, corrections

0.81: January 2015
- squid result code update
  thanks to Yuri Voinov for the suggestion

0.80: October 2013
- compatibility with syslog

v0.79: May 2011:
- code clean ups for gcc-4.6

v0.78: January 2011:
- autoconf changes for clean compiles on Open/Solaris and OpenBSD.

v0.77: November 2010:
- large log files, >4G, support on i386. x86_64 was ok
- squid denied requests are not counted in log reports

v0.76: February 2010:
- more tweaks

v0.75: February 2010:
- non-fatal bug fixes to v0.74

v0.74: February 2010:
- robust creation of ~/.squidview

v0.73: November 2008:
- modifications to conform with ISO C++ 99

v0.72: 22 December 2007:
- minor changes to permit compilation with gcc v4.3
- c++ code cleanup to eliminate compiler warnings
- autoconf, automake cleanup

v0.71: 5 November 2006:
- applied edited patch from Vaclav Haisman which can boost speed of making
  reports 2 times - big thanks.

v0.70: 14 March 2006:
- applied patch from Debian people to permit compilation in gcc 4.1.

v0.69: 24 October 2004:
- removed an emun for clean compiles on gcc 3.4 - the same patch made by a
  few people - thanks to all - should've done it long ago (bad me).

v0.68: 18 April 2004:
- incorporated bug fixs by Willi Mann in CreateLinks():
  - sizeof() doesn't return count of items in array
  - zero length log files now count; they are just empty

v0.67: 5 March 2004
- endwin() goes back in

v0.66: 4 March 2004:
- tries to guess squid log file location (at first run)
- disabled endwin(3) in RunProgram because a report said it messed up a
  terminal
- Debian provided man page added - thanks Willi Mann

v0.65: 29 February 2004:
- faster runs of external programs - help here from Willi Mann of
  the Debian project
- better (and format of) documentation

v0.64: 17 February 2004:
- reverted back to stable, slower sort as a bug still lurks
- minor documentation fixes

v0.63: 17 December 2003:
- fixes to allow compiling in some environments

v0.62: 16 December 2003
- bugs found and fixed by Mike Reid - thanks:
  - dereference of null pointer in NullText()
  - using c_str() to write to a string in StrLwr()
- above bug fixes allow fast STL sort to run, so it is now default.
  but requires an edit of conf file if upgrading - see BUGS
- more bugs fixed:
  - false positive in CheckEmail()
- better shown progress in report generation

v0.61: 9 December 2003
- example.log included

v0.60: 17 November 2003
- repackaged to use GNU make
- better at determining location of shared data

v0.51: 18 September 2003
- remembers some tally preferences
- minor bug fixed

v0.50: 16 September 2003
- took in the 0.4 beta series:
-- tally mode
-- one user history mode
- and added documentation

v0.36: 1 March 2003
- aliases of IP client numbers
- option changes to support that

v0.35: 13 January 2003
- documentation improvements
- minor bug (non fatal) fixes

v0.30 patch3: 3 January 2003
- IP addresses replace null names
- a few other minor improvements

v0.30 patch 2: 30 December 2002
- distribution includes sample access.log

v0.30 patch 1: 22 August 2002
- compiles with g++ 3 and not just 2.9x

v0.30: 17 August 2002
- documentation improvements
- misc. improvements
- Makefile amended for package distributors
- self contained sort routine implemented and used by
  default as a work around to external segfault - refer
  to readme about this(*)

v0.20: 11 July 2002
- initial public release

>> Future plans:

- compile smoothly on other platforms, eg Solaris (please help
  with this one)
- fix the above segfault problem * (advice sought also)
- non-interactive reports (maybe, according to demand)

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