Release Notes: The user-visible changes in this release are a new -d option for rec2csv in order to support arbitrary separators, support for the new %allowed special field, and the ability to jump through several records in rec-mode. The manual has been improved and completed. This release also fixes many bugs.
Release Notes: This version adds support for joins and foreign keys, field grouping and sorting, rewrite rules in field expressions, row-mode field printing, aggregated functions, a bash loadable module for reading records in bash loops, the new uuid field type, a much improved emacs mode, and a restructured and expanded user manual.
Release Notes: This version introduces several user-visible improvements: utilities can now interactively ask for passwords (avoiding security problems), there is support for octal and hexadecimal numbers, new command line options -U (uniq) and -q (quick), etc. The internals of librec and the utilities have been vastly improved, resulting in a much faster operation. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release adds support for encryption, named types, and sorting, org-babel mode for recutils, improvements in selection expressions, new operation modes in recfix, and lots of bugfixes,
Release Notes: A quite bad bug introduced in version 1.2 has been fixed. The bug was causing recins, recdel, and recset to report random integrity failures, due to an uninitialized variable. The %size special field was added, which allows you to define constraints in the size of the record sets. Translations updates were made. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: A new utility, rec2csv, was added to export rec data to CSV files. Support for auto-incremented fields and timestamps was added. Support for comments in enum type descriptions was added. The "set or add field" operation was added in recset. New translations were added. Many bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The user visible changes in this release include the new utility recfmt, support for new operators in selection expressions, portability fixes, and lots of bug fixes.
Release Notes: Initial release.