HtmlUnit 2.5 released

The HtmlUnit team is pleased to announce the release of HtmlUnit 2.5. This release brings another round of improvements and bug fixes.

Here is an extract of the change log:

Download: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=47038

HtmlUnit 2.4 released

The HtmlUnit project is pleased to announce the availability of the HtmlUnit 2.4 release.
This release brings another round of improvements and bug fixes. This should have been a Christmas relase but a regression found in NekoHtml-1.10 forced us to wait a bit.

Here is an extract of the change log:

  • improved JS support, particularly full support for the AJAX libraries JQuery and MochiKit
  • possibility to use real ActiveX objects (on windows only)
  • minimal applet support
  • support for IE conditional comments

Download: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=47038

Enjoy!

NekoHTML 1.9.9 released

Release 1.9.9 of NekoHTML is now available.

http://nekohtml.sourceforge.net

This release contains different bug fixes and improvements,
particularly in incorrect html code handling. Thanks to everyone who
contributed to this release.

Change log: here

Enjoy!

NekoHTML 1.9.8 released

Release 1.9.8 of NekoHTML is now available.

http://nekohtml.sourceforge.net

This release contains different bug fixes and many improvements,
particularly in incorrect html code handling. Thanks to everyone who
contributed to this release.

Enjoy!

NekoHTML 1.9.7 released

Release 1.9.7 of NekoHTML is now available.

Besides a few bug fixes, the main changes are internal: no reflection is used any more to ensure compatibility with different Xerces versions having different and incompatible methods. I’ve introduced the usage of a “bridge” per Xerces version inspired from Rhino‘s VMBridge. It was a really interesting exercise to set this up and to compile and test it correctly (furthermore with JDK 1.3 compatibility).

NekoHTML 1.9.6.2 released

I’ve just released version 1.9.6.2 of the HTML scanner NekoHTML.

This release fixes the JDK 1.3 compatibility problems that occurred in previous 1.9.6.x releases and introduces experimental features to facilitate handling of malformed HTML code as well as to push new source for immediate parsing. These two features should allow HTMLUnit to fix some of its oldiest bug requests.