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    Ongoing observations by End Point Dev people

    Interchange 5.4.1 released

    Jon Jensen

    By Jon Jensen
    May 26, 2006

    Interchange 5.4.1 was released today. This is a maintenance update of the web application server End Point has long supported.

    There were a few important bugfixes:

    • Dan Collis-Puro fixed bugs in the ITL (Interchange Tag Language) parser that can cause an infinite loop when malformed ITL opening tags are encountered.

    • Stefan Hornburg fixed a regression in the htmlarea widget (word processor-style editing in web browsers) which kept it from working with Microsoft Internet Explorer and browsers claiming to be compatible.

    • Brian Miller fixed an obscure profile parsing bug that kicked in when a comment immediately precedes the NAME identifier.

    • Kevin Walsh changed the default robot detection settings to check for “GoogleBot”, rather than just “Google”, to prevent false positive matches with other user agent values such as “GoogleToolbar”.

    • Josh Lavin and Mike Heins made improvements to the Linkpoint and VeriSign payment modules.

    • Ryan Perry added support for recent versions of mod_perl 2 to Interchange::Link.

    • UPS shipping rates were updated in the Standard demo.

    There were also numerous other minor bugfixes in core code, tags, the admin, and the Standard demo.

    We invite you to learn more about Interchange if you’re not familiar with it.