from freshmeat: " This verion is a minor update to handle the new file share messages (type 870) sent by the official Napster v2 beta6 client for Windows." see jnerve.sourceforge.net for more.
as seen at freshmeat: "A fix for fatal division by 0 error, automatic nickname completion, automated channel joins, and many internal code cleanups included." See the gnapster site for more.
from freshmeat: "Many configuration options were added which allow one to limit the resources used by each client." see opennap.sourceforge.net for more.
MARC.pm is a Perl 5 module for reading, manipulating and writing MARC records. Once installed in your Perl library you will be able to use MARC.pm's functionality to read in individual records or batches of MARC records, extract data from particular fields, and convert the records into a variety of formats including HTML and XML. You can also use MARC.pm to create records from scratch--which might prove useful if you have have some delimited data that you would like to convert into a MARC record. Since it is a Perl Module, MARC.pm might prove also prove to be useful as a component of a larger application that uses MARC in some form.
the latest, greatest jake yet is ready and rarin' to go. improvements include more database coverage, direct links to issuelists for several fulltext resources, a faster database machine, and much improved display due to stylesheet tweaks. enjoy.
Stuart writes: "M[n]M is software that
supports processing of national standard MARC MeSH subject authority records for use in medical library online public access catalogs. While designed for use with Innopac M[n]M can also be used to manage MARC MeSH in other OPACs. M[n]M is freely available under the GNU Public License. To download M[n]M or to read more, go to library.med.nyu.edu/mm".
There's also a very informative paper describing M[n]M available here.
revised stylesheets for jake are available here. these account for provider names in database listings of search results, separate out links better, and are renamed/reorganized for better modularity.