[Surfraw-devel] preparing for 2.2.9 release

Ian Beckwith ianb at erislabs.net
Sun Oct 6 17:47:52 UTC 2013


2.2.9 is nearly ready to release.

Outstanding issues:

* ntrs: down because of US weirdness: http://blogs.fas.org/secrecy/2013/03/ntrs_dark/
* fink: down temporarily according to someone in freenode #fink
* deblogs: mailed maintainer inquiring about status

Is there anything else outstanding?

I've been doing some final polishing.

Recent changelog entries below.
I've also updated NEWS and AUTHORS.

2013-10-06  Ian Beckwith  <ianb at erislabs.net>

	* Replaced phpdoc with version posted back in
	  2011 by Jon Yamokoski <jon at jonyamo.net>
	  Thanks, and apologies for missing it!
	* S: add test.
	* Include debian packaging in upstream tarball.

2013-10-05  Ian Beckwith  <ianb at erislabs.net>

	* ask, cisco: fix elvi.
	* new elvi:
	  + oraclesearch - Replaces removed sunonesearch <sigh>.
	  + S - search using w3_custom_search.
	* google: -g for groups clashed with -g for graphical browser.
	  Invoke groups with -G, -gr, -groups or -search=groups.
	* mdn: site invokes google custom search via gratuitous
	  javascript, so switch to w3_custom_search.
	* alioth: changed test to SKIP:, works OK but won't talk
	  to LWP, hence test breaks.
	* discogs, openbsd: fixed tests.
	* mdn, mysqldoc, pgdoc, phpdoc: added tests.
	* w3_custom_search:
	  + document in README.
	  + remove documentation for ixquick support.
	    It still works(ish), but doesn't support enough features
	    to support (eg) mysqldoc -v=.
	  + add -custom-search= commandline option.
	* updated copyright years to 2013.



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