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The URL






















http://www.embperl.org/downloads/Embperl-2.5.0.tar.gz



















has entered CPAN


















It's long time gone since the last Embperl release. All the time Embperl
development has gone on.
















Now here is a new release with brings Embperl up to date with other
software. It now supports Perl up to 5.18 and Apache up to 2.4. A lot of
development has gone into Embperl::Form, which can be used to easily build a
modern user interface, which give the user a native feeling. Unfortunately
there is not much documentation on Embperl::Form yet, also examples are
still missing, but I hope to get this ready in the near future.

















---
















Embperl is a system for building dynamic websites with Perl.
















It gives you the power to embed Perl code in your HTML/XML documents and







the ability to build your Web site out of small reusable objects in an







object-oriented style.
















Embperl has several features which are especially useful for creating







Websites, including dynamic tables, form field processing, URL







escaping/unescaping, session handling, caching, xslt transformation and







more.
















See
http://perl.apache.org/embperl/
  (english) or








http://www.ecos.de/embperl/
  (german) for more information.







(website is not updated yet, but this will follow shortly)
















Enjoy
















Gerald

























Changes since 2.4.0:


















  - Do not clear old code before compiling a Embperl page












  in Perl >= 5.14.x because it causes seg faults. This












  leads to "subroutine redifined" warings, when a












  page was changed and is reloaded.



















  - Corrected use of G_KEEPERR when calling eval, because












  of changed meaning, which cause the message "Compiling












  error" instead of the real error message.



















  - Adapted tests to Perl 5.14 & 5.16




















  - Fixed a refcounting problem cause message "Attempt to













free unreferenced scalar" during mod_perl startup












  with Perl 5.14.x



















  - Fix some dependencies on hash order inside the parser












  which causes Embperl to fail with Perl >= 5.18 because












  of hash randomisation.



















  - Changed the way exit passed through internaly, so it












  works with Perl >= 5.18



















  - Adapted tests to Perl 5.18



















  - Adapted test httpd.conf to Apache 2.4. Embperl fully supports












  Apache 2.4



















  - Makefile.PL now uses apache2 or httpd2 as Apache binary



















  - Makefile.PL now autodetects if mpm needs to loaded as













module for tests.



















  - Fix output inside of Registry script for mod_perl 2.0.4+



















  - Fix problem with error output on stderr for Windows 64Bit



















  - removed support for XALAN XML parser. It was outdated













anyway. libxml2 is still supported.



















  - Fixed a C type declaration which caused RTF files to not












  correctly escaped with newer GCC's.



















  - Embperl::Form is totally overhauled with many new features.












  It uses now jQuery as javascript library, instead












  of prototype. NOTE: This is an incompatible change. If












  you are using Embperl::Form before, you need to












  adapt your html code!



















  - Fix some Unicode issues in Embperl::Form::Validate



















  - Embperl::Form::Validate is now able to highlight input












  fields with wrong input



















  - Applied the following debian patches: delay.patch,












  fix-string-typo.patch, fix-pod-errors.patch, fix-whatis.patch,












  new_process_group.patch, fix-pod-unescaped-unicode.patch,












  german.patch and utf8.patch which mainly corrects












  spelling and typo errors. NOTE: modperl.patch and













Makefile.PL.patch are not applied, because they are












  debian specific. Thanks to Florian Schlichting for












  providing uptodate information about the patches












  and adaptions for Embperl 2.5.



















  - Applied further spell corrections from Florian Schlichting.




















  - Log Errors form Embperl::Syntax::Mail to error log



















  - Fix compile problem on non intel plattforms due to missing












-m32 flag.






















  - Added support for utf8 sourcefiles. By setting












  input_charset => 'utf8' sponsored by Perlover.



















  - Added optChdirToSource = 0x10000000 which will cause












  Embperl to change to the directory of the source file













prior to execution.

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  • Gerald Richter at Apr 16, 2014 at 11:11 pm
    The URL



          <http://www.embperl.org/downloads/Embperl-2.5.0.tar.gz>
    http://www.embperl.org/downloads/Embperl-2.5.0.tar.gz



    has entered CPAN



    It's long time gone since the last Embperl release. All the time Embperl
    development has gone on.



    Now here is a new release with brings Embperl up to date with other
    software. It now supports Perl up to 5.18 and Apache up to 2.4. A lot of
    development has gone into Embperl::Form, which can be used to easily build a
    modern user interface, which give the user a native feeling. Unfortunately
    there is not much documentation on Embperl::Form yet, also examples are
    still missing, but I hope to get this ready in the near future.



    ---



    Embperl is a system for building dynamic websites with Perl.



    It gives you the power to embed Perl code in your HTML/XML documents and

    the ability to build your Web site out of small reusable objects in an

    object-oriented style.



    Embperl has several features which are especially useful for creating

    Websites, including dynamic tables, form field processing, URL

    escaping/unescaping, session handling, caching, xslt transformation and

    more.



    See http://perl.apache.org/embperl/ (english) or

    http://www.ecos.de/embperl/ (german) for more information.

    (website is not updated yet, but this will follow shortly)



    Enjoy



    Gerald





    Changes since 2.4.0:



        - Do not clear old code before compiling a Embperl page

           in Perl >= 5.14.x because it causes seg faults. This

           leads to "subroutine redifined" warings, when a

           page was changed and is reloaded.



         - Corrected use of G_KEEPERR when calling eval, because

           of changed meaning, which cause the message "Compiling

           error" instead of the real error message.



         - Adapted tests to Perl 5.14 & 5.16



         - Fixed a refcounting problem cause message "Attempt to

           free unreferenced scalar" during mod_perl startup

           with Perl 5.14.x



         - Fix some dependencies on hash order inside the parser

           which causes Embperl to fail with Perl >= 5.18 because

           of hash randomisation.



         - Changed the way exit passed through internaly, so it

           works with Perl >= 5.18



         - Adapted tests to Perl 5.18



         - Adapted test httpd.conf to Apache 2.4. Embperl fully supports

           Apache 2.4



         - Makefile.PL now uses apache2 or httpd2 as Apache binary



         - Makefile.PL now autodetects if mpm needs to loaded as

           module for tests.



         - Fix output inside of Registry script for mod_perl 2.0.4+



         - Fix problem with error output on stderr for Windows 64Bit



         - removed support for XALAN XML parser. It was outdated

           anyway. libxml2 is still supported.



         - Fixed a C type declaration which caused RTF files to not

           correctly escaped with newer GCC's.



         - Embperl::Form is totally overhauled with many new features.

           It uses now jQuery as javascript library, instead

           of prototype. NOTE: This is an incompatible change. If

           you are using Embperl::Form before, you need to

           adapt your html code!



         - Fix some Unicode issues in Embperl::Form::Validate



         - Embperl::Form::Validate is now able to highlight input

           fields with wrong input



         - Applied the following debian patches: delay.patch,

           fix-string-typo.patch, fix-pod-errors.patch, fix-whatis.patch,

           new_process_group.patch, fix-pod-unescaped-unicode.patch,

           german.patch and utf8.patch which mainly corrects

           spelling and typo errors. NOTE: modperl.patch and

           Makefile.PL.patch are not applied, because they are

           debian specific. Thanks to Florian Schlichting for

           providing uptodate information about the patches

           and adaptions for Embperl 2.5.



         - Applied further spell corrections from Florian Schlichting.



         - Log Errors form Embperl::Syntax::Mail to error log



         - Fix compile problem on non intel plattforms due to missing

           -m32 flag.



         - Added support for utf8 sourcefiles. By setting

           input_charset => 'utf8' sponsored by Perlover.



         - Added optChdirToSource = 0x10000000 which will cause

           Embperl to change to the directory of the source file

           prior to execution.
  • Richter at Apr 21, 2014 at 4:15 pm
    The URL

         http://www.embperl.org/downloads/Embperl-2.5.0.tar.gz

    has entered CPAN

    It’s long time gone since the last Embperl release. All the time Embperl
    development has gone on.

    Now here is a new release with brings Embperl up to date with other
    software. It now supports Perl up to 5.18 and Apache up to 2.4. A lot of
    development has gone into Embperl::Form, which can be used to easily build a
    modern user interface, which give the user a native feeling. Unfortunately
    there is not much documentation on Embperl::Form yet, also examples are
    still missing, but I hope to get this ready in the near future.

    ---

    Embperl is a system for building dynamic websites with Perl.

    It gives you the power to embed Perl code in your HTML/XML documents and
    the ability to build your Web site out of small reusable objects in an
    object-oriented style.

    Embperl has several features which are especially useful for creating
    Websites, including dynamic tables, form field processing, URL
    escaping/unescaping, session handling, caching, xslt transformation and
    more.

    See http://perl.apache.org/embperl/ (english) or
    http://www.ecos.de/embperl/ (german) for more information.
    (website is not updated yet, but this will follow shortly)

    Enjoy

    Gerald


    Changes since 2.4.0:

        - Do not clear old code before compiling a Embperl page
           in Perl >= 5.14.x because it causes seg faults. This
           leads to "subroutine redifined" warings, when a
           page was changed and is reloaded.

         - Corrected use of G_KEEPERR when calling eval, because
           of changed meaning, which cause the message "Compiling
           error" instead of the real error message.

         - Adapted tests to Perl 5.14 & 5.16

         - Fixed a refcounting problem cause message "Attempt to
           free unreferenced scalar" during mod_perl startup
           with Perl 5.14.x

         - Fix some dependencies on hash order inside the parser
           which causes Embperl to fail with Perl >= 5.18 because
           of hash randomisation.

         - Changed the way exit passed through internaly, so it
           works with Perl >= 5.18

         - Adapted tests to Perl 5.18

         - Adapted test httpd.conf to Apache 2.4. Embperl fully supports
           Apache 2.4

         - Makefile.PL now uses apache2 or httpd2 as Apache binary

         - Makefile.PL now autodetects if mpm needs to loaded as
           module for tests.

         - Fix output inside of Registry script for mod_perl 2.0.4+

         - Fix problem with error output on stderr for Windows 64Bit

         - removed support for XALAN XML parser. It was outdated
           anyway. libxml2 is still supported.

         - Fixed a C type declaration which caused RTF files to not
           correctly escaped with newer GCC's.

         - Embperl::Form is totally overhauled with many new features.
           It uses now jQuery as javascript library, instead
           of prototype. NOTE: This is an incompatible change. If
           you are using Embperl::Form before, you need to
           adapt your html code!

         - Fix some Unicode issues in Embperl::Form::Validate

         - Embperl::Form::Validate is now able to highlight input
           fields with wrong input

         - Applied the following debian patches: delay.patch,
           fix-string-typo.patch, fix-pod-errors.patch, fix-whatis.patch,
           new_process_group.patch, fix-pod-unescaped-unicode.patch,
           german.patch and utf8.patch which mainly corrects
           spelling and typo errors. NOTE: modperl.patch and
           Makefile.PL.patch are not applied, because they are
           debian specific. Thanks to Florian Schlichting for
           providing uptodate information about the patches
           and adaptions for Embperl 2.5.

         - Applied further spell corrections from Florian Schlichting.

         - Log Errors form Embperl::Syntax::Mail to error log

         - Fix compile problem on non intel plattforms due to missing
           -m32 flag.

         - Added support for utf8 sourcefiles. By setting
           input_charset => 'utf8' sponsored by Perlover.

         - Added optChdirToSource = 0x10000000 which will cause
           Embperl to change to the directory of the source file
           prior to execution.

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