W3C Open Source Software – News for 2012

This is an archive of the W3C Open Source Software release news for the year 2012. Please read the Latest News for up-to-date information.

HTML-XML-utils 6.2

2 October 2012: Version 6.2 of the HTML/XML utilities improves the pretty-printing done by hxnormalize: no more trailing white space and fewer redundant end tags. Hxnormalize also no longer guesses at the attribute name if only an attribute value is given. E.g., it used to guess that the value “border” in <table border> belonged to an attribute with the same name (border=border). That guess was often incorrect (e.g., the correct expansion in HTML would be frame=border) and now the value is left unexpanded. (When converting from HTML to XML, hxnormalize still guesses an attribute name, because XML doesn't allow this SGML feature.) This version also fixes an illegal type cast, which could have lead some compilers to generate incorrect code. See the ChangeLog for details.

HTML-XML-utils 6.1

17 May 2012: Version 6.1 of the HTML/XML utilities adds two new command line options:

There are also improvements in HTTP handling; better interoperability of hxunpipe with onsgmls; and hxnormalize no longer adds extra spaces to attribute values that already had some. See the ChangeLog for details.

eot-utils 1.1

29 February 2012: Version 1.1 fixes a segmentation fault in eotinfo when it is presented with a file that cannot be opened.

Amaya 11.4.4

18 January 2012: This release fixes some bugs and particularly the PUT SSL bug for some large files on Windows and Linux.
See the changelog for more details. Download Amaya.

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