Release Notes: This release adds an autoconf script such that no matter where the package is installed or where Python is, it will run with it. The ability to load all environments at startup, then switch environments at runtime via "set environment". The ability to use regular expressions in the "copy" command. Readability improvements and miscellaneous bugfixes.
Release Notes: logging.conf has been changed to utilize in-memory buffering for high-volume logging. All copyright notices have been transferred from personal to Orbitz corporate. This release has the ability to use regular expressions in the "run" command.
Release Notes: Username information in config.xml may now be ignored with the --nouser command-line flag. The "are-you-sure" questions may now be skipped by using the "now" keyword. The logging module's configuration file may now be used for very flexible logging setup. As a result of this change, the --quiet flag has been replaced by the --verbose flag.
Release Notes: Exception handling was changed for socket timeout to avoid a stack trace dump. The readline code was changed to filename-only tab completion. The "copy" command local filesystem check was disabled so regular expressions can be used. Ping checks were added to ListMode. Logging was converted from ever-so-slow syslog to the new logging module. The ability to set and show a global delay for sleep()ing between remote commands was added. The ability to have two permutations of list mode was added.
Release Notes: This release adds SSH versioning functionality for mixed environments and quite a few batch mode fixes and improvements.
Release Notes: This release is the first to support Python 2.3.3. It also contains a few bugfixes.
Release Notes: This version includes a built-in TCP ping, and a new run command keyword.
Release Notes: This release is very focused on cleanup and restructuring, though it does contain a small new feature that allows one to specify the local server's hostname in batch files.
Release Notes: This release is very focused on bug fixes, though it does contain a small new feature that allows one to define a default server group. Bugs fixed include handling single-dash command-line switches, a small console input bug, and more.
Release Notes: This release is very bugfix focused, though it does contain a few new features such as the ability to load a config file via a command line flag, and the flexibility to use the same username remotely as locally with no configuration required.