Pale Moon is a web browser derived from Firefox. It's not just a repackaged variant, but progresses with its own XUL-based interface focused on ease of use, but still incorporates latest Firefox technologies and supports many browser extensions.
minor feature: This is a major update furthering general development of the browser.
Changes/:. User interface:
Added a menu option to restart the browser.. Added Windows-specific CSS parameters and queries for the.
Use of the system accent color. Added are parameters. -moz-win-accentcolor
And. -moz-win-accentcolortext, and the media query. -moz-win-accentcolor-applies
to know if Windows is actively using an accent color.
Changed Windows' browser CSS sheet ot use variables.
of hard-coding colors, simplifying its style and making it more
Flexible. Further cleaned up the Windows 10 specific browser style.
Changed the theme on Windows 10 to use the new accent.
Colors and improve O.S. consistency.. some general inconsistencies in the Windows theme
on all Windows operating systems.. Updated Windows widgets to be able to pick up Windows 10
Accent colors dynamically and have the browser 's look and feel respond
Accordingly, even with automatic color changes based on desktop
Wallpaper.. Removed the experimental FF4 prerelease
Status-in-addressbar feature because the already-crowded address bar
Needs a break. This should solve some extension interop, theme
And domain highlighting people have reported.. Cleaned up some dead code for the plugin updater that no
Longer exists.. a text direction in preferences.. an with disabled context menu entries after
Using Customize.... Reorganized and cleaned up the status preferences.
MSE Media updates (ongoing). We are focusing on improving.
Improved MP3 metadata parsing (e.g. incorrect duration.
With embedded album cover). a number
of searching in MP3 files. a few crashes.
an with automatically exporting bookmarks to.
HTML on shutdown.. a regression re: domains allowed to/blocked from
Installing add-ons.. several internal errors thrown in the front-end.. several minor in the devtools.. Added a to prevent the home page from being loaded (and
Subsequently overridden) when restoring a session.. Added an option to control add-o
CakePHP is a web development framework, somewhat similar to Rails. It provides scaffolding tools, an ActiveRecord/DataMapper implementation, doesn't require much setup or configuration. It comes with helpers for text translations, caching, validation, authorization backends, CSRF and XSS protection, and templating. It follows the Web-"MVC" scheme, centralized route dispatching, less efficient class-by-class autoloading, etc. Thorough API documentation and a rich set of user-contributed plugins exist.
minor feature: Http Client now supports protocol relative Location headers.
Improved API documentation for the Query Builder.
Shell help messages when commands are missing are no longer displayed in red.
Dependent deletions in HasMany/HasOne associations now preconditions with the table alias.
Directories created by FileCache are more atomic.
The default locale is now correctly set when the current locale is changed.
CommandRunner now sorts command listings alphabetically.
Cookie objects with array values is now sent JSON encoded. This restores backwards compatibility with CookieComponent.
Validation::url() now accepts URLs that have fragments containing query data.
Router::redirect() now allows the routeClass to be defined.
Email address validation now accepts domain names with _ in them.
Additional constants for join types have been added.
José Lorenzo Rodríguez.
OrientDB is a 2nd Generation Distributed Graph Database with the flexibility of Documents in one product with an Open Source commercial friendly license (Apache 2 license). First generation Graph Databases lack the features that Big Data demands: multi-master replication, sharding and more flexibility for modern complex use cases.
minor feature: Release Notes: https://github.com/orientechnologies/orientdb/wiki/OrientDB-2.2-Release-Notes#2228.
https://github.com/orientechnologies/orientdb/?q=is 3A+milestone 3A2.2.28+is 3Aa.
Monitorix is a free, open source, lightweight system monitoring tool designed to monitor as many services and system resources as possible. It has been created to be used under production Linux/UNIX servers, but due to its simplicity and small size can be used on embedded devices as well.
major feature: This new version introduces two new graphs and improves clearly an old one: the System graph. After a notable people demand, I've included a new graph to monitor IPMI sensors (temperatures, fans and voltages). The second new graph monitors an unlimited number of MongoDB servers (either local or remote). As said, the System graph has been improved and now it includes two new sub-graphs: one that shows the system's entropy and another that shows the uptime of the system. The memory graph has also been enhanced including the values of memory active and inactive.
Besides these new graphs, this version introduces a new option (enabled by default) called enable_parallelizing, which will speed up dramatically the graph generation in multi-core systems. This should also benefit people using Monitorix in Raspberry Pi systems and similar with multi-core processors. I'll be glad to get some feedback on this.
More news, since now all graphs that show sensors will include an alert capability to be able to execute an external shell script if the value of a sensor exceed an specific threshold.
The rest of new features, changes and bugs fixed are, as always, reflected in the Changes file.
Please, check the monitorix.conf(5) man page for all the details.
NOTICE: The configuration file monitorix.conf has been extended with important changes.
roadie is a easy way to run your programs on Google Cloud Platform. It helps you to upload your source codes to the cloud, create and delete instances, and manage outputs.
minor feature: Update install information.
config command's help is broken.
Update the change log.
Bump version: 0.3.12 ? 0.3.13.
Oddjob is a flexible scheduler and manager for jobs/tasks across a
distributed server network. Any machine can put off jobs to other servers,
may set dependencies or trigger alerts. It's suitable to automate batch
or shell scripts, trigger email processing, SQL queries, or file processing
major feature: Still Todo
Move Tests to Junit 4.
Add Security to the WebApp (with a Read Only role).
Deferred to A Later Version.
Add Parent Started State to User Guide. Document thread, and services.
Find cut and paste where the old version of a job with an id is left
in the ComponentPool.
PropertiesJob after deserialisation is wrong. The properties recovered
from the stream are override properties and aren't removed on reset. Also
describeable doesn't work.
RepeatJob needs more tests and examples. Especially around soft resets.
Move Timer and State Jobs out of namespaces because things like
timer and if are really core. Create dummy super classes from depricated namespace jobs.
Introduce a witheach job that behaves like foreach except that values
are 'pushed' into it.
Document synthetic annotations in the Developer Guide.
Document conversions. Possibly include conversions in the Reference.
Add the ability to change the log level from the UI. Add LogLevel TRACE and
NONE to match Log4j.
Add serialisation of services.
Use a server side file system for choosing files on server component
Allow pasting and dragging Oddjobs onto the startup panel of Oddjob
Introduce the idea of Read only configuration that can't be modified if
it's been loaded from a non modifiable resource, i.e. from the class path.
Check a configuration hasn't been modified by someone else before a
modification is saved back from designer.
Add Undo functionality to Oddjob configuration.
Improve the job. Follow Ant's lead of changing to a job and
copy some of it's feature including; overwrite, force, failonerror, verbose,
preservelastmodified. Add the ability to back up the moved files like Linux does.
Introduce a FilterType that can filter files by modified date, created date,
or match against a regular expression.
shufti is a lightweight, PyQt-based image viewer that non-destructively saves and restores the zoom level, rotation, window size, desktop location and viewing area on a per-image/file location basis.
minor feature: The only real new feature introduced in 2.3 is that shufti now maximizes windows and fits to view any new images you open that are larger than your screen. This greatly improves the usability of its directory browsing feature. I have also updated the Windows installer and uploaded a video that explains how to install and configure shufti under Windows 10.
SWI-Prolog offers a comprehensive free Prolog environment. It has been in development since 1987 and extended for requirements of real world applications, but is also widely used in research and education. It includes a nice command line interface, fast and transparent compilation, a debugger, profiling features. It also has the ability to integrate with C code, and already comes with packages for threading and process management, encryption, TCP/IP, TIPC, ODBC, SGML/XML/HTML, RDF, HTTP, graphics manipulation and output. It's also cross-platform.
minor feature: ADDED: sandbox:safe_meta/3 hook to deal with meta-predicates that nee?.
Atomic maintainance of clauses and VM codes avoids incorrect v?.
read_clause/1,2: reset LD- exception.processing when using DEC10.
MODIFIED: Do not call exception rewriting hook on resource errors. This.
BUILD: profiled build. GCC profiled enable build only works if the.
Index condition on uninitialised hints- is_list.
ADDED: Pack meta data to allow for version requirement and add the.
ADDED: pack_info/1 now lists the libraries that are provided by a pack.
do not used incomplete indexes during a reconsult; do not reha?.
Export CROSCOMPILING from Windows build script.
Added check_installation/0 test for jquery handling.
ADDED: Give OS thread the name of the thread alias if the OS supports?.
PORT: Avoid setting thread name on MacOS and iOS. Needs reorganizing.
Possible uninitialised variable in signal preparation. Mostly.
PORT: Make setting the OS thread name also work on MacOS.
DOC: replaced url by href.
Updated packages for url - href change.
Allow overruling --stand_alone=true.
Updated pldoc and pengines.
ENHANCED: new clauses from a reconsult can be inserted into existing ?.
CLEANUP: Remove unused clause_index.incomplete.
Preparing version 7.5.15.
Mesa 3D is a collection of graphics libraries and drivers that implement hardware-accelerated OpenGL 3. It comes with its own software emulation fallback driver though. Besides OpenGL and OpenGL ES, it implements OpenVG and EGL, but also allows for Direct3D interfaces.
minor feature: Mesa 17.1.10 is a release which found since the 17.1.9 release.
Mesa 17.1.10 implements the OpenGL 4.5 API, but the version reported by
GlGetString(GL_VERSION) or glGetIntegerv(GL_MAJOR_VERSION) /
GlGetIntegerv(GL_MINOR_VERSION) depends on the particular driver being used.
Some drivers don't support all the features required in OpenGL 4.5. OpenGL
4.5 is. only available if requested at context creation
Because compatibility contexts are not supported. New features, None,, memory leak with glDeleteProgram for shader program type GL_COMPUTE_SHADER, Changes, Alexandre Demers (1):, osmesa: link with libunwind if enabled (v2), Andres Gomez (12):, docs: add sha256 checksums for 17.1.9, cherry-ignore: add "st/mesa: skip draw calls with pipe_draw_info::count == 0", cherry-ignore: add "radv: use amdgpu_bo_va_op_raw.", cherry-ignore: add "radv: use simpler indirect packet 3 if possible.", cherry-ignore: add "radeonsi: don't always apply the PrimID instancing workaround on SI", cherry-ignore: add "intel/eu/validate: Look up types on demand in execution_type()", cherry-ignore: add "radv: gfx9 ", cherry-ignore: add "radv/gfx9: set mip0-depth correctly for 2d arrays/3d images", cherry-ignore: add "radv/gfx9: image resource handling.", cherry-ignore: add "docs/egl: remove reference to EGL_DRIVERS_PATH", cherry-ignore: add "radv: Disable multilayer amp; multilevel DCC.", cherry-ignore: add "radv: Don't allocate CMASK for linear images.", Dave Airlie (2):, radv/ac: bump params array for image atomic comp swap, st/glsl- gt;tgsi: u64 to bool comparisons. Emil Velikov (2):, egl/x11/dri3: adding missing __DRI_BACKGROUND_CALLABLE extension, automake: enable libunwind in `make distcheck', Eric Anholt (3):, broadcom/vc4: use-after-free for flushing when writing to a texture. broadcom/vc4: use-after-free trying to mix a quad and tile clear. broadcom/vc4: use-after-free when deleting a program. George Kyriazis (1):, swr: invalidate attachment on transition change, Gert Wollny (2):, travis:
LimeSurvey is a web application that interacts with MySQL, MSSQL, or Postgres to develop surveys, publish surveys, and collect responses to surveys. Once a survey has been created, data can be inserted into the survey either by a "pretty" public screen which presents each question one at a time, or by a quick and nasty data entry screen. It includes the capacity to generate individualized "tokens", so that invitations can be issued to participants. It also has the capacity to set conditions on whether questions will display (branching), numerous question types, and a basic statistics function.
minor feature: New feature #12690: Allow super-admin set by other user's than 1 (Denis Chenu).
Can't delete file in template editor that contains a blank (Carsten Schmitz).
template-rtl.css not loaded (LouisGac).
Token editing - couldn't change to attributes tab (markusfluer).
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Express is a fast and minimalistic web framework for NodeJS.
It provides robust routing, HTTP utility code (redirection, caching, etc),
view and templating system (over 14 engines) support,
HTTP content negotiation, and code generation.
minor bugfix: Deps: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deps: finalhandler@ 1.0.6.
Deps: parseurl@ 1.3.2.
Handling of modified headers with invalid dates.
Perf: improve ETag match loop.
Perf: improve `If-None-Match` token parsing.
Handling of modified headers with invalid dates.
Deps: etag@ 1.8.1.
Perf: improve `If-Match` token parsing.
Deps: parseurl@ 1.3.2.
Perf: improve slash collapsing.
The DomFramework allow the developpers to create easily some PHP applications.
Provide authentication, abstraction to databases, and much more !
minor release: FEATURES ADDED:
* config: allow the DocComment to start with star
* config: Manage the configuration in update too. The params must be defined
starting by slash
* form: raise an exception if a default value is not a string
The "Schily" Tool Box is a set of tools written or managed by Jörg Schilling. It includes programs like: cdrecord, cdda2wav, readcd, mkisofs, smake, bsh, btcflash, calc, calltree, change, compare, count, cpp (K&R original), cstyle, devdump, dmake based on SunPro Make, hdump, isodebug, isodump, isoinfo, isovfy, label, man2html, mt, p, POSIX patch, sccs, scgcheck, scpio, scut, sdd, sfind, sformat, smake, sh/bosh (Bourne Shell), spaste, star, star_sym, strar, suntar, gnutar, tartest, termcap, and ved.
major feature: libschily::getargs() Added support for POSIX option rule #5 to make the star based pax pass the POSIX compliance test.
libschily::comerr.c The environment "COMERR_EXCODE" switches off mapping exit codes 127 to -64 to permit POSIX compliant callers (using waitid()) to get the full 32 bits of the exit code.
Bourne Shell: four bugs in the new support code for "return" from "dot" scripts have been fixed.
Bourne Shell: some minor bugfixes related to the lifetime of shell tmp files.
Bourne Shell: set -o posix now is able to enable POSIX export semantics after startup.
Bourne Shell: the exit code for the builtin "test" is now 2 for usage errors as required by POSIX.
Bourne Shell and bsh: fixed a bug that caused unalised aliases to be ignored if the same name was used again later.
Bourne Shell: the shell no longer modifies the hash values in case that a command us used via the "command" builtin.
Bourne Shell: added a workaround for a bug that could cause fd#1 to be closed with highly complex scripts.
spax: POSIX option semantics is now supported (the last combined option may have an argument).
SCCS: enhanced the help texts to mention that lower case get keywords need to be enabled via "admin -fx".
SunPro Make: "make -j5" is now accepted as an alias to "make -j 5".
Detroit is a multi-posix-platform abstraction layer for creating portable desktop applications. Detroit offers simple widgets, even more simpler menu system and extensible DSL language in the core.
minor feature: Background widget color now supports translucency.
Default window attributes are now configureable.
Fixed motion event handling.
Main window is now moveable when pressing tab or backspace with mb.
Redtools requester library is now useable by the engine.
Redtools library can now be built along with the engine.
PacketFence is a network access control (NAC) manager. It includes numerous
features, including user registration and sanitation, central wireless and
cable-network control, BYOD (bring-your-own-device) configuration, 802.1X
support, and layer-2 device isolation. PacketFence is useful for managing
small to large networks and intranet-access points.
major bugfix: New Features
Added a RADIUS only mode to PacketFence.
Add a cluster wide view of pfqueue statistics.
Added the possibility of importing switches from a CSV file..
The GUI will now display the VLAN in the locationlog view.
The timezone is now a selectable item to prevent invalid input.
Updated ACE text editor to version 1.2.8.
Search forms for nodes and users can now be reset.
Configuration files can now be saved in readonly mode except violation, switches, role.
Extended descriptions are now supported in the custom reports.
Mail can now be sent using SSL and StartTLS.
Self signed certificate errors for nessus 6 can now be ignored.
Violations can now be triggered by nessus 6 scanner.
The device registration page now supports connection profiles like any other portal.
The username sent in firewall SSO now supports a configurable format.
PacketFence will now monitor TLS certificates expiration and alert if they are expired.
LDAP source caching is now caching the rule match rather that the whole source match.
The admin GUI startup time has been decreased.
New and improved documentation for Debian clustering.
Show DHCP Option82 data in the node view.
Custom reports columns representing a node or a user can now be configured to be clickable for details on the object in question (#PR 2508).
New Fortigate 50E 802.1x support.
The computer authentication username can now be normalized when using EAP-TLS.
Added a task count jitter to reduce the chance that pfqueue workers exit at the same time.
Experimental support for Content Security Policy (CSP) has been added, but is disabled by default.
A violation can now redirect to a URL specified in a template.
The syslog parser has moved from Compliance to Integration in the GUI.
pfsso now logs in packetfence.log.
httpd.dispatcher now logs in httpd.dispatcher.log.
incorrect inline sub type detection.
ipset update with the incorrect ip address.
missing confirm prompt when restarting