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[DeleGate-En] DeleGate/9.4.2 (ALPHA) -- external auth. command, conditional CACHE, Japanese code conversion
17 Jan 2007 21:25:42 GMT feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato)
The DeleGate Project


Dear DeleGate users,

I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows:
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DeleGate/9.4.2 (ALPHA) -- external auth. command, conditional CACHE, Japanese code conversion

- enabled defining authentication by an external command
  <URL:http://www.delegate.org/delegate/auth/>

- enabled cache control based on the combination of protocol, server and client

- extention and fixes for the character code conversion (CCX)
  <URL:http://ja.delegate.org/delegate/ccx/ja/>

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  SITE: <URL:ftp://ftp.delegate.org/pub/DeleGate/alpha/>
  FILE: delegate9.4.2.tar.{gz,bz2}
  DATE: Jan 18 04:47 JST 2007
  TAR-SIZE: 6277120 bytes
  TAR-MD5:  b3880ffab69a978b3267bbd5ec62a713
  PUBLIC-KEY: http://www.delegate.org/rsa-pubkey.pem
  TAR-MD5-SIGN:
    19Zl9l/hXL4cs2yOkDhJqpaBBKNFvZeZgIb3YAbiDn/Y4dKKS4FuRpUK2sFh27zcBcWuNa2a
    K+Ob9LoHLktlcJPvwFV8g7p82BCd3jTaH7f+pd7/xNGH70lMtLgnNVkjOAHHgbd9zhofartv
    LGdYb8VQJnMi92wA3Ifuu8qYlxA=

[NEW]
 * auth: introduced AUTHORIZER="-cmd{command arg1 arg2}{ENV1=val1 ENV2=val2}"
 * CCX: refined Japanese code conversion
 * CCX: introduced CHARCODE=charcode:tosv:protoList:dstHostList:srcHostList
 + CCX: introduced character mapping like CHARMAP=jis:2121-7F7F/222E
 + CCX: coped with Shift_JIS with IBM+NEC extentions
 + CCX: supported conversion to US-ASCII (representing JIS in &#xxxx;)
 + CCX: supported from ISO-8859-1/ANSI to UTF-8
 + CCX: added scanning UTF-16 with BOM and conversion to UTF-8
 + CCX/HTTP: introduced HTTPCONF=post-ccx-type:listOfTypes (CCX for POST body)
 + CCX/CGI/HTTP: applied CHARCODE conversion for POST body to CGI
 + CCX/SMTP: supported CHARCODE=charcode:tosv (for MIME body only)
 + CCX/FTP: supported CHARCODE=charcode[:tosv] in "TYPE ASCII"
 + SSI/HTTP: enabled POST method + SHTML
 + HTTP: introduced HTTPCONF="replace-head:NAME:VALUE"
 + HTTP: introduced HTTPCONF="add-i[qr]head:NAME:value"
 + CACHE: extended CACHE=do,no[:protoList:dstHostList:srcHostList]
 + DNS: getting DNS request from multi-ports (like -Pxx,yy,zz)

[MOD]
 + CCX: don't enable CCX by SVCC Cookie for CHARCODE=guess
 + CCX: changed to allow "Shift-JIS" for "Shift_JIS"
 + make: changed to put trial cc errors to makers/errors
 + HTTP: immediately finishing waiting response on disconnection from client

[FIX]
 + general: repaired -Fkill-hup (9.4.0)
 + CCX:  fixed not to erase JISX0212 string with CHARCODE=guess
 + CCX: fixed unescape and conversion of ISO-2022 sequence in URL 
 + CCX: fixed hankaku -> zenkaku for string ending with hankaku
 + CCX: fixed guessing charcode of text with 3bytes of EUC-JP
 + CCX: fixed scanning 4-bytes of UTF-8
 + CCX: removed repetitive "ESC-$-(-D" for JISX0212 output
 + CCX/SSI: fixed to adjust charcode of included data by SSI <!--#include ...>
 + CGI/HTTP: fixed truncated (to 50bytes) REMOTE_HOST environment variable
 + FTP: coped with FTP authentication server without CRLF line end
 + make: testing ld with "-lstdc++" if "-x c++" in CFLAGS (for FedoraCore)
 + general: coped with fprintf("%f") on 64bit CPU (9.2.2)
 + general: fixed to close tty/stdin as a daemon (for SSH/Solaris10)
 + general: redirecting fildiscriptor 1>2> to STDOUTLOG on ERESTART
 + Fimp/Win: coped with encrypted parameters by -Fimp -k on Windows

Cheers,
Yutaka
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 ( ~ )  National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology
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