Aperture is a Java framework for extracting and querying full-text content and metadata from various information systems (file systems, web sites, mail boxes, ...) and the file formats (documents, images, ...) occurring in these systems.

version 1.5.0 01.07.2010

An evolutionary bugfix and improvement release. It brings new and
improved functionality for getting data from OpenXML and mbox files,
as well as initial support for direct crawling of remote Samba 
without having to mount them first. Moreover, intensive usage has
revealed some loopholes in our email processing code that resulted
in loss of email content and attachments - all have been fixed.
This rounds up as the best Aperture release since the last one.

Bugs fixed
3022302   Some attachments in multipart/related messages are lost
3021445   some multipart/report emails are parsed incorrectly
3020838   AJMC is missing attachments in multipart/signed message
3020798   text/rfc822-headers attachments should be MessageDataObjects
3020731   content of multipart/related emails gets lost
2984033   Some RFC822 messages not recognized

Feature requests:
3008473   Support weird to and from mail header values
3004082   Samba Crawler
2989040   Clean up RDFContainerFactory mess
2961856   reorganize the codebase
2932901   MBox Subcrawler Support
2925670   update unionsail and infsail to Sesame 2.3.0
2850042   improve OpenXmlExtractor
2093266   The bibsonomy crawler should use bibsonomy API
2969249   WebCrawler encoding problems on youtube

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