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Document Manager

Document Manager is a document management system with the ability to check-in/check-out documents, track changes, and support multiple users. It supports all usual operations (rename, delete, view, edit) and comes with optional support for a secure HTTP server.


Recent releases

  •  11 Apr 2004 00:47

    Release Notes: This release adds an ACL implementation called trustees, a new directory layout for improved security, and support for anonymous users and sorting of files. Existing users of version 1.x are encouraged to upgrade to version 2; the included migration script will help them.

    •  30 Oct 2003 21:58

      Release Notes: Revision management for check-ins has been fixed. The page is automatically reloaded on document check-out. The correct type is sent for CSS if not using a static CSS file. A script to add users using a remote finger server has been added.

      •  12 May 2003 22:02

        Release Notes: This release supports PHP compiled without locale support (for older PHP4 versions and FreeBSD), has a fix for a major trustee bug, has support for an alternative mime.type, and has a new LDAP module.

        •  14 Apr 2003 17:51

          Release Notes: Lots of small fixes were made. This pre-release version is ready for production, it just lacks polished documentation. Support for various whitespaces in trustee file and filenames was improved. POP3 auth works again. Browsers without Accept Language headers are now supported.

          •  30 Jul 2002 09:28

            Release Notes: This development release is probably not ready for production yet, but contains new features, including a repository which is not in the Web server tree, an ACL implementation called trustee, and new documentation. It works with register_globals off in PHP.


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