Release Notes: This version is a quick update to change the download code to use the new libfget-1.3.0 API.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes to the update mode.
Release Notes: This release fixes a number of minor bugs in mkencap's package profile support code.
Release Notes: Various bugfixes to mkencap profile code.
Release Notes: This release fixes a few bugs in the new package profile code.
Release Notes: This release includes new package profile support for automated package creation, HTTP download support using cURL, and a redesign of the mkencap command line interface.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug which caused epkg to segfault when invoked with a package name but no version.
Release Notes: Updated to use the libfget-1.2.x API. Version comparison routine improved.Various bugs fixed.
Release Notes: A declaration syntax problem in epkg/update.c for non-gcc compilers was fixed. Update mode was fixed for packages with null versions. The missing GLOB_NOESCAPE definition was added to compat.h. A colon is now used as the separator for exclude, override, and pkgdir lists. The remove mode was fixed to honor global excludes. The ei_date field of encapinfo_t was changed from a time_t back to a string to avoid the non-portable strptime(). Errors from encap_open() are now checked. A segfault which occurred when updating a package that has no locally installed versions was fixed. If a version is specified in update mode, then the requested version is sought instead of the latest available version. Glob patterns are now accepted for the require and linkdir directives. The WSG_ENCAP autoconf macro was updated. doc/Makefile.in was fixed to create links during compilation, instead of during installation. A package prerequisite range checking bug was fixed. mkencap was fixed to prevent encapinfo_free() from trying to free static memory. The autoconf macros were fixed to behave properly when a config.cache file is present.
Release Notes: A new "update" mode with integrated FTP support, new "check" mode to verify a package's installation, better handling of different compression formats, and a completely redesigned libencap API.