22 june 2004 New release 0.5.4 available!
This is the first release where i didn't do anything, except for updating changelog and creating the source archive. .
The WebDruid users will have to say a big "Thank you!" to these guys :
Enric Naval, who spend hours so that the webdruid has the most complete search engines database. Thanks to his work, you can hope The Webdruid to catch twice as many
search keywords as before!!
Lucas Nussbaum to have reviewed the messy DNS resolving code, and having implemented the small but efficient negative cache patch.
23 april 2004 Big changes in perspective!
Some important news about the The
Yet another release. 0.5.3 fixes 2 small issues, as well as a segfault issue which
could happen if path graphs were enabled.
Juliana Multimedia have been keen enough to provide the webdruid project with a brand new web site.
Thanks a lot for their effort!
No more features will be added The WebDruid 0.5.x releases.
Work is in progress for the next major release of The WebDruid,
which will countain numerous changes : Skinned output, XML support, new graphical design, and probably more !
2 april 2004 New minor release 0.5.2 available!
This release fixes various little issues in The
This is the first release of the WebDruid with a reintegrated reverse
Both IPv4 and IPv6 are supported. IPv6 is enabled at compile time
if detected on the target system.
For detailed informations on what is new on this release, please
consult the ChangeLog
13 march 2004 About binary releases
Klaus Reimer has built easy to install binaries for
Windows. You will find them as usual in the download section.
Moreover, The WebDruid has entered
the Debian archives, which means it will probably be part of the
next Debian release...thanks to Klaus work again!
29 february 2004 Update release 0.5.1 is out!
Thanks to the feedback received, The
WebDruid has seen a lot of
compiling & environment detection fixes. Libraries detection system
has been rewritten, so that it should be much easier to compile,
without any manual makefile tweaking.
This release brings some other minor improvements:
- The WebDruid now
use true type fonts to draw its charts. Non ASCII characters
can now be correctly displayed.
- Internationalisation support should be perfect
now. What remains to be done is to update translation strings
For detailed informations on what is new on this
release, please consult the ChangeLog
21 february 2004 First public release 0.5.0 is out!
This one is the first public release of The
WebDruid. For now it looks much like its little brother 'The
Webalizer', created by BradFord
L. Barrett. But it won't last, as user interface rewrite is
quite high in my TODO list
It's based on The Webalizer 2.01-10-18, which contains some enhancements
from Debian People. Comparing with The Webalizer, it has the following
- It has a completely redesigned search engines
support, which will help a lot in adding new search engines.The
WebDruid is also much faster when dealing with a lot
of search engines (a 15% speed increase has been reported with
80 engines). It comes with a preloaded list of about 90 engines,
so there is a great chance the engines your users use is already
in the list.
- It can link key-words with search engines, and
with URLs. This will certainly make it very usefull for marketing
- It supports the w3c log format, used by the Microsoft
IIS web server.
- You don't have de rebuild it anymore to change
its language settings. The HTML report language will be the
- It's IPv6 aware.
For detailed informations on what is new on this release,
please consult the ChangeLog