Release Notes: This release adds functionality to backtick, forx, and forbacktickx: the variable may now be an environment variable instead of a substitution macro. The new behavior will become the default in the future.
Release Notes: This release works with skalibs-1.0.0 and takes advantage of all the improvements in the new library. Minor bugs have also been fixed, and four new commands have been added.
Release Notes: This release features major improvements in the substitution semantics and facilities, as well as use of the new, reliable APIs from skalibs.
Release Notes: This release of execline makes scripts reentrant, so that you can now write execline commands in the execline language. It also adds some basic commands, and fixes a few minor bugs.
Release Notes: The execline language has undergone deep changes. Its syntax is simpler and more powerful. The remaining security hole has been closed. New commands are available to perform getopt-style option handling, parallel substitution, and shell-like globbing. execline is now a real alternative to shell scripting, on embedded systems and others.
Release Notes: This release adds the piperw, fdreserve, and execlineb commands. execlineb provides an alternative scripting syntax, using braces instead of semicolons, which makes scripting less error-prone.