Release Notes: A new analysis called "mfip" (mailcount from IP) was added. The postfix filter reduces duplicated mail transfers with the message ID, and this filter also reads the IP address of the client. Options to customize the HTML output were added, and the --domain option now accepts multible domains. Some minor bugs were also fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds an input filter for Postfix and provides the necessary switch to select an input filter. The new parameter --aliases-file=no disables aliases.
Release Notes: This release fixes some problems with autoconf and automake, and integrates the project in the KDevelop 3.0 environment. The deprecated strstream headers are replaced by sstream, and the endmost header is enabled by default (instead of the sprintf function).
Release Notes: Some problems with gcc 3.x have been fixed. The missing ASCII ouput of all parameters has been added with the command line option "-m". The option "-h" has a short hint for the options "-m" and "-mhtml".
Release Notes: The code has been cleaned up, and any "legacy" C++ calls have been removed. It now works with the "STLport" library. If you manage big logfiles, you should recompile anteater with the STLport library.
Release Notes: This release adds a new module for "virtusertable" processing and fixes some bugs.
Release Notes: A new HTML report module, a feature to redirect any input or ouput from stdin or stdout to files, new "file headers" and "file footers" to the abstract report class, changed the internal handling of output streams, removal of some useless or/and debugging code, and updates to the homepage, specially the API documentation (now with kdoc2).
Release Notes: Minor new features were added.
Release Notes: A rewrite of the argument parser to fix various argument-related problems, configuration file support, and an HTML module summary.
Release Notes: Important bugfixes to compile with the latest gcc 2.95.2 and correct some date problems, a reformatted ChangeLog and TODO, enlarging of the documentation and the comments in the code, very useful new parameters, and some changes on the homepage like a forum for discussion.