Release Notes: This is a major rewrite of Bashish. It contains numerous bugfixes and performance work. Bashish doesn't depend on the shell enviroment, so neither functions nor aliases are needed to theme applications. An easy-to-use dialog-based theme changer has been added. Additionally, Bashish can now be used with non-POSIX shells.
Release Notes: This version features major performance improvements, less flicker in Eterm, fixes for visual glitches, and several other bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release has a major documentation updates, fixes focus problems, redirects all output to STDERR so applications using pipes can be themed, and includes many optimizations.
Release Notes: The theme repository and bashish are now separated. The gamma/contrast/brightness changing has been rewritten. The theme saving code has been updated. Also, many other bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Some recursive loops have been fixed. There are installer bugfixes and code cleanups.
Release Notes: Serious bugs with zsh, ash, and bash 1.14 have been fixed, support for dtterm icon images was added, and installer has been updated so that bashish is now available to multiple users.
Release Notes: Fixes for size code, zsh, using kbd-utils in the console, and btapp doesn't crash anymore. Fire and m0an theme updated.
Release Notes: New usermode bashish, and many bugfixes.
Release Notes: More XTerm extensions are now supported, a BSD cut bug has been squished, a termsize bug has been fixed, a fvwm2 bug has been killed, a newline startup bug has been fixed, detection of a MacOS X/NeXTStep Term.app is now possible, it's possible to use bashish as a separate now library when writing shellscripts, and speed optimizations and the obligatory size decreases have been made.