Release Notes: This release enhanced code blocks with "then" and "else" blocks, added an EL_INFINITE_LOOP environment variable that sets a user's default infinite loop protection, shortened expect-lite help, and enhanced the man page.
Release Notes: A bug in the new *LOG feature when used on the command line was fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for native logging to a file using *LOG/*NOLOG. It improves install.sh for NFS mounted home drives.
Release Notes: This release adds include file passing var=values with spaces, adds el_shell.elt, a helpful dev script for easy copy and pasting commands, and has more small bugfixes: "send" bug "bad flag -1", dyn var capture when "=" are present e.g. +$var=(\d) = STRING, single number expect, and a bug if a number was not on a line by itself.
Release Notes: This release fixes Ubuntu bug #994386, login sending an incorrect env setup command, while loop test blank (undefined) variables, infinite loop counters (it was still counting too many), and install.sh configuring as an unprivileged user (a fix for NFS-mounted home directories). An expect-lite blog has been created.
Release Notes: This release fixes a path bug with include files, ssh (no key) login prompt detection, an *INFINITE_LOOP bug which would double/triple the countdown, and CLI -v,-vv,-vvv overrides of logging (*INFO, *WARN, *DEBUG). It works with older versions of expect (older than 5.44.x, such as cygwin, and old Linux installations) and validates EL_CONNECT_METHOD at startup (default=none).
Release Notes: User defined help was added (run your script with a -h). Arguments are now passed to include files (e.g. ~login.inc user=root). A new *NOINTERACT directive was added, which is useful for quick regression scripts. A ##Include Result: FAIL message was also added for quick regression scripts.
Release Notes: This release has full IPv6 support and fixes a bug in Library mode.
Release Notes: Minor fixes. Fixes for small bugs in IDE single step and paste functions, and a problem with lines ending with backslash.
Release Notes: Grouping of lines in a script for if statements and while loops, called code blocks. While Loops, a native looping mechanism based on code blocks. Constant values can have spaces on the command line, e.g. var1="value of this" var2=that.