Release Notes: This release adds the comic strips DrMcNinja and Schuelert, a new JSON output logger, and several bugfixes.
Release Notes: The following comic strips have been added: CucumberQuest, DasLebenIstKeinPonyHof, DemolitionSquad, DerFlix, DerTodUndDasMaedchen, DogHouseDiaries, FonFlatter, FullFrontalNerdity, GeeksNextDoor, Hipsters, KatzenfutterGeleespritzer, KickInTheHead, MyCartoons, OrnerBoy, ParallelUniversum, Ruthe, SandraAndWooGerman, and WormWorldSaga. Several bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: The following comic strips have been added: AhoiPolloi, AxeCop, Bearmageddon, DeadWinter, HarkAVagrant, IAmArg, LoadingArtist, Nnewts, PHDComics, PokeyThePenguin, SnowFlame, WorldOfMrToast, and Zwarwald. The HTML now output embeds the comic images, and the --output option can be specified multiple times. Several bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: The following comic strips have been added: Caggage, ManlyGuysDoingManlyThings, SandraAndWoo, and SupernormalStep. A lot of comic strips have been fixed, and the Windows installer now has an option to add dosage.exe to the PATH.
Release Notes: The following comic strips have been added: SequentialArt, VampireCheerleader, GrrlPower, Spinnerette, HijinksEnsue, Nedroid, Antics, ChannelAte, ToonHole, ThisIsIndexed, WastedTalent, ChainsawSuit, ThreePanelSoul, SpaceTrawler, ScenesFromAMultiverse, BroodHollow, BoxerHockey, Wonderella, BadMachinery, TheBrads, FirstWorldProblems, OmakeTheater, SkinDeep, and ParadigmShift.
Release Notes: The AmazingSuperPowers, PandyLand, and all Arcamax comic strips are now supported. Several bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Dosage now depends on Twisted and zope.interface. This is needed for the new plugins system (which is a lot nicer and cleaner than the old modules system).
Release Notes: This release adds a massive number of KeenSpot submodules.
Release Notes: Several new comics have been added, and there are a few fixes to existing ones.
Release Notes: Some fixes to comic modules, and quite a few new modules added; in particular, a new virtual module for DrunkDuck, which has a large number of submodules.