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Sat, 20 Jan 2007

New Bryar release

As I've been promising to do for ages (it's over a year since Simon said I could take over maintenance of it, and several months since I promised Bob that he could have all the shiny new features I had planned) I've finally got round to releasing a new version of Bryar, the software what provides the brains behind this 'ere august journal.

The most important change is that I released the stuff for filtering out comment spam.

Posted at 22:02 by David Cantrell
keywords: bryar | geeky | hacking | spam
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Nice to see, that this work will be developed further. I've checked out the software from svn http://svn.perl.org/modules/bryar to be up to date with the development of bryar. The last commit there is from 2004-12-28. So my question is, can you use this repository for your development?

Posted by Sebastian on Sun, 21 Jan 2007 at 21:46:30


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