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From "Gerald Richter" <rich...@ecos.de>
Subject ANNOUNCE: HTML::Embperl 1.3b5 (pre 1.3)
Date Sun, 20 Aug 2000 19:20:34 GMT
The URL

    ftp://ftp.dev.ecos.de/pub/perl/embperl/HTML-Embperl-1.3b5.tar.gz

has entered CPAN as

  file: $CPAN/authors/id/G/GR/GRICHTER/HTML-Embperl-1.3b5.tar.gz
  size: 282226 bytes
   md5: 812c620f5123b91c74b0c46a24d573d0


Embperl is a module for embedding Perl code in HTML pages. See
http://perl.apache.org/embperl/ (english) or http://www.ecos.de/embperl/
(german) for more informations.

The next release of Embperl should be the final 1.3 release. So give this
beta a try and tell me if you find any problems with it.

Enjoy

Gerald

Changes since 1.3b4:

   - Embperl now supports Apache::Session 1.52. See "Session handling"
     in the docs, how the setup has changed.
   - Fixed a problem with POSTed data, which had got lost for the first,
     request when using EmbperlObject handler. Spotted by
     Kaare Rasmussen.
   - Fixed a typo in HTML::Embperl::Mail, spotted by Robert.
   - changed require to use HTML::Embperl in EmbperlObject to avoid problems
     with dynamic loading. Spotted by Robert.
   - Embperl takes the cookie for session handling from the Apache
     request record to make it available in earlier phases then the
     content handler. Suggested by Jack Cushman.
   - added entity decoding for value attribute of radio/checkboxes.
     Spotted by Chris Thorman.
   - %fdat is not resetup when already done and formtype is
     multipart/formdata. Spotted by Michael Slade.
   - Embperl inserts &amp; instead of a signle & inside query strings
     when expaned from array or hash refs.
   - Embperl now also accepts hashref inside a url and expand it
     to a query_string i.e. <a href="foo.html?[+ { a=>1, b=>2 }+]"> will
become
     <a href="foo.html?a=1&amp;b=>2">.
   - EMBPERL_COOKIE_EXPIRES now also supports relativ times like:
     +30s +10m +1h -1d +3M +10y
   - $req_rec -> pnotes ('EMBPERL_ERRORS') could be used to retrieve
     error message inside a error document
   - make Embperl compile and run with threaded Perl 5.6. With help
     from Jason Bodnar. NOTE: That doesn't mean that Embperl is
     threadsafe!


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