VS Release Version 0.4 beta

2005-10-02 11:59 - Vice Stats

It's been a long time, but there have been very few features or fixes necessary for Vice Stats. A short while back, someone who had their own hosting service contacted me, they were interested in using Vice Stats for tracking their users' pages. That's when I started version 0.4b, which supports multi-user installations. This means that the code and database must exist only once, but can track arbitrarily many separate web pages. Over the past week or so I finally finished up that code. This version's primary change, then, is the multi-user capabilities. I've tested it as much as I can, but it's likely that this verison more than any others will need feedback. How does it work for you?

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