Embperl - building dynamic websites with Perl

2.1.0 15. Nov 2005
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    - Added better UTF-8 support:
	- Output escaping now takes Perl's UTF-8 flags into
          account and will not escape UTF-8 chars anymore
        - Diretive Embperl_Output_Esc_Charset allows to
          generaly switch between Latin1, Latin2 and UTF-8.
          (For UTF-8 this is not necessary when Perl's UTF-8
           Flag is correctly set, but this is not the case
           for all datasources)
        - Form data that is send to Embperl and put into %fdat
          get now Perl's internal UTF8 flags set, in case
          the data posted contains a valid UTF8 string.
          This can be disabled with the option
    - Added Module Embperl::Inline, which allows to embed
      Embperl code in an ordinary Perl module. This makes
      is easy to install system wide libraries, which need
      to contain Embperl code/markup. See perldoc Embperl::Inline
    - [$ sub $] now can takes arguments and inital code like:
        [$ sub foo ($self, $a, $b)  my $c = $self -> {bar} $] 
    - Embperl subroutines are now called in array context, to
      allow to return multiple return values.
    - Added validate type TimeValue, which is a numeric value
      followed by s, m, h, d or w.
    - Added validate type PosInteger, which is a positiv integer
    - Added Support for calling Embperl::Object::Execute inside
      an Embperl page. (Allow to nest new requests)      
    - Corrected HTML/XML escaping inside from <textarea> tags.
    - Fixed Segfault that could occur when a Embperl sub does
      not contain anything.
    - Fixed compile problem with timezone on BSD systems
    - Fixed URLs in website to work correctly on static mirrors
    - Embperl development has been moved from CVS to SVN. 
      See L<"SVN.pod"|SVN.pod> .

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