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I have just uploaded version 3.13 of AUBBC this version has a few new tricks up its sleeve and fixes a few long standing issues.

Here are the changes:
v3.13 - 09/30/2010

Addition - do_ubbc New built-in tag [list][*=1]... [*]... [/list], This will follow XHTML or HTML Transitional element style and XHTML or HTML Strict will not support the elements that tag [*=1] in the [list] will produce (use the other enumerated List Block tags for XHTML or HTML Strict).

Addition - do_ubbc New built-in tag [em]Hello[/em]

Addition - New value for setting line_break 2 for old <br style. This effects script_escape.

Addition - This module now uses Memoize for a massive speed improvement. If you thought it was fast before, I hope your sitting down when you bench this version. LOL

Addition - added setting highlight_function to replace the highlighting method of AUBBC with a costume one.

Fixed - in do_ubbc the line breaks was invalidating HTML for List Block elements

Improvement - in do_all_ubbc changed defining $msg each time. there could have been a bug in past versions if an undefined variable was used after a defined message was converted. was going to allow do_all_ubbc to pass the last message but decided other people may see that as a bug.

Improvement - in do_all_ubbc moved if $do_flag[4] for no_bypass to a better spot

Improvement - in do_all_ubbc moved if for for_links to a better spot

Improvement - changed tags left,right and center to only convert balanced tags

Update: I will dedicate a section in AUBBCs POD file to anyone that can find a security hole or XSS issue in AUBBC. That is about the only thing I can think of to praise those that help this project.

Stewie: You know, I rather like this God fellow. Very theatrical, you know. Pestilence here, a plague there. Omnipotence ... gotta get me some of that.

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