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Wt & JWt 3.5.1 and Wt 4.2.1

  • Posted by Roel
  • Thursday, February 6, 2020 @ 15:14

We’ve just released another patch release. This release includes several bug fixes. Perhaps most notably, this release fixes some possible fatal errors in wthttp.

See the release notes for more details on the bug fixes.

Here are the links:

Binary builds for Windows are available on the GitHub releases page.

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Wt 3 end of life

  • Posted by Roel
  • Monday, December 16, 2019 @ 14:00

Over two years ago, we released Wt 4.0.0, embracing the C++11 standard.

We’ve already been limiting Wt 3 to mostly bug fixes for a while now, but some new features kept being included mostly because we wanted them in JWt too.

Now that we’ve just announced JWt 4, which is based on Wt 4, the time has come to announce the discontinuation of Wt 3.

We’ll be maintaining Wt 3 for another year, so expect no more Wt 3.x releases starting from 2021.

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Wt & JWt 3.5.0 and Wt 4.2.0

  • Posted by Roel
  • Tuesday, December 3, 2019 @ 10:34

Wt 4.2.0 introduces no major new features, but there are some nice fixes and little quality of life improvements. Here are a few:

  • There’s extra overloads in WServer that take a vector of strings instead of argc and argv

  • It’s now possible to get client certificate information in wthttp behind a reverse proxy

  • WTreeView now has a collapseAll() function

More information in the release notes.

Here are the links:

Binary builds for Windows are available on the GitHub releases page.

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Wt & JWt 3.4.2 and Wt 4.1.2

  • Posted by Roel
  • Wednesday, October 30, 2019 @ 14:52

We’ve just released another patch release. This release includes several bug fixes, including a few security patches for wthttp:

  • One related to client certificates, where an internal header normally used for dedicated session processes could be spoofed and would be accepted by Wt regardless of whether it was actually behind a reverse proxy or using dedicated session processes

  • Another related to dedicated session processes, where X-Forwarded-Proto and X-Forwarded-Port would be trusted by the parent process, even if the parent process was not behind a reverse proxy

See the release notes for more details on the bug fixes.

Here are the links:

Binary builds for Windows are available on the GitHub releases page.

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