Release Notes: This release uses ncursesw instead of ncurses, which makes it work (somewhat) with UTF8.
Release Notes: The "l" command was added, which marks all links on the active screen area with labels (consisting of one or two letters), and allows you to quickly choose one of them by entering the corresponding letters.
Release Notes: This release fixes HTTP header handling to be case insensitive, fixing some redirects that were silently broken before.
Release Notes: This release fixes parsing (but not correct displaying) of UTF-8 documents in ISO-8859 and similar locales.
Release Notes: A crash with certain <textarea> form fields was fixed along with another bug that made link reactivation (when moving back/forth in page history) break after performing a text search.
Release Notes: A security problem was fixed where editing specially prepared <textarea> form fields allowed arbitrary shell command execution through use of unsafe file names.
Release Notes: A dummy "User-Agent:" header was added to satisfy Wikipedia and other standard-breaking sites that insist on it. A few minor stability issues were also fixed.
Release Notes: A serious bug in HTML parsing that caused parts of the page content to be eaten has been fixed.
Release Notes: This release features an improved build system and numerous bugfixes, including crashes in the search command and handling of various special cases (centered links, anchors at paragraph end, spaces in filenames, etc.).
Release Notes: A small but critical bug in handling of <meta> elements, which made the contents of some pages invisible, was fixed.