Release Notes: This release contains a small bugfix for the completion of sub-subdirectories. Version 1.35 was released shortly after version 1.34, which had not been announced. Version 1.34 added completion on subdirectories for bash and fixed a small bug which occurred when reading the bookmarks file.
Release Notes: Minor fixes in the spec file for the RPM creation and a path fix for csh were applied.
Release Notes: Minor quoting fixes in the bash code and a correction for the sed-statement were made. The authors' contact information was changed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a long-standing bug which could lead to losing bookmarks when toggling the mode of a filtered list there an back again. M4 macros to deal with curses detection and patches to compile on cygwin have been added, too.
Release Notes: The PgUp and PgDn keys no longer scroll the list and the shortcut number movement was removed. The --noresolve-option now also has an effect in LIST mode.
Release Notes: A bug that crashed cdargs when it tried to operate in directories that had been removed since it had entered them has been fixed.
Release Notes: A compilation problem with the new version of GCC has been fixed.
Release Notes: The length of the description field in the display is now variable depending on the length of the descriptions and can be limited to a customizable maximum length. Minor bugfixes in the documentation and RPM package were made.
Release Notes: The elisp file now works with GNU Emacs. A small change to the user interface was made so that a directory to whose parent directory the user changed is made the current entry in the listing.
Release Notes: An (X)Emacs file was added for similar functionality, as well as new commands to move entries inside the list and a new option for highlighting the current working directory. Invalid list entries are marked specially. Bugfixes include whitespaces in directory names and the cleanup of a segfault when a number was given on the command line. The internal help screen now uses the systems pager.