Release Notes: A few problems were solved.
Release Notes: This release updates the documentation and the Brazilian Portuguese translation. A few problems have been solved.
Release Notes: This release generalizes the handling of "virtual windows", implements an "information window" type in addition to the existing "browser windows", implements console run mode and custom connections (a mode resembling old shell-like FTP clients), implements a "built-in" variant of run-time configuration, and overhauls many internals.
Release Notes: This release solves a few problems which were found in version 0.2.5.
Release Notes: This release uses HTTP/1.0 by default, as too many HTTP/1.1 servers are buggy. A "built-in curses" mode has been implemented as a library substitution. The xcurses mode has been improved. All IP addresses returned by DNS lookup are tried one after the other, not just the first. This release will optionally set the window title in xterm-like and GNU screen terminals. Portability has been improved.
Release Notes: This version implements the execution of shell commands and an xcurses mode.
Release Notes: This version implements several new commands, implements configurable keymaps for line input mode, and makes multi-threading optional.
Release Notes: This release implements some HTML meta tag handling and improves the line input mode.
Release Notes: Special "download" commands have been implemented. Support for FTP and FTPS has been improved.
Release Notes: The HTML renderer has been improved. Keymaps have been implemented. FTP support has been improved. The URL scheme "ftps" and the "dumping" of documents to standard output have been implemented.