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Prospero-1.34: ALERT

Eric S. writes in: "Important: Versions prior to 1.33 contained in the file "getdoc.pl" a potentially serious security threat. Malicious Web users could submit a modified document request to "getdoc.pl" that could provide the Web user with the contents of important files or even provide them will local shell access if the script is running on a system that provides such access. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND updating to version 1.34 [available at:] bones.med.ohio-state.edu/prospero/. Thanks also go to John C. for finding the hole and supplying the patch.

Avanti 0.1.3

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Peter says: "Avanti version 0.1.3 has been released. This version allows the creation and management of multiple independent circulation systems, fixes a few bugs and includes improvements in the help command and code comments. Work is continuing on version 0.2 that will include an ARMS package. For more info. or to download the code go to www.nslsilus.org/~schlumpf/avanti.

Prospero 1.24 available

several more bug fixes taken care of in the latest release available from the Prior Health Science Library at OSU. of note also is that "Through October 11 , 1999, about 200 different organizations from 17 countries have downloaded
Prospero."

jake-0.2.2

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the latest, greatest jake yet is ready and rarin' to go. improvements include more database coverage, direct links to issuelists for several fulltext resources, a faster database machine, and much improved display due to stylesheet tweaks. enjoy.

Gutenbook-0.1.9

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as seen at freshmeat: "This release adds a column to the library browser indicating whether a work is still under copyright, fixes to compensate for the library index file not being up-to-date with available etexts (a tweaked regex pattern matching on etext filenames), and other feature additions and minor modifications." For more see www.gutenbook.org.

Avanti version 0.2

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Peter says about the release of Avanti-0.2: "Version 0.2 includes a new package that implements the abstract relationship modeling system (ARMS), a core component of Avanti. An ARMS is an information system that can be used to map and manipulate
relationships between a set of objects of various types (for example, a set of URL's, websites, text files, records in disparate databases, etc.).

local copy of GTK+/Gnome Application Development

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Any Gnome coders (especially beginners) out there would benefit tremendously from reading Havoc Pennington's new GTK+/Gnome Application Development... and thanks to the Open Publication License, you can read it here, broken down by chapter.

Prospero 1.26

From Eric: Prospero 1.26 is out. New features include "conversion of a single page number, or a range of page numbers, from an Ariel document into individual PDFs, for removing the invoice that sometimes comes with an Ariel document or when several documents come in a single Ariel transmission. [Prospero also] now allows import from a monochrome PDF/TIFFs uncompressed or compressed using a CCITT Group3/4 Fax compression scheme."

jake-0.2.3

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improvements include several bugfixes, javascript-based ui improvements on "yale view", issuelists for JSTOR and Project MUSE added, removal of several redundant records, added support for * and ? as search wildcards and issn searching. take it for a spin at jake.med.yale.edu...

BioMail-0.51

as seen at freshmeat: "Fixed some problems which made all previous versions of BioMail nonfunctional due to changes at PubMed site. Added HTML 'skins', csv file format." If this means they finally did the cutoff of the old server some of my pubmed code must be broken too... for more see the redesigned BioMail site.