Release Notes: This version contains mostly fixes for bugs introduced in the 2.2.0 release. It also adds support for a scli: section for interfacing with SNMP devices.
Release Notes: This release contains mainly internal changes to begin moving towards Cfengine 3. It also includes several bugfixes; improved recognition of SLES, Fedora, and Red Hat; initial SELinux support (via the --enable-selinux configure option); list expansion in variables used in editfiles; and instrumentation for several of its operations.
Release Notes: This release adds an optional full encryption level for recursive transfers. It also has rewritten database code with an improved cfshow, new cfenvd features, and various bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release adds a ReturnsZeroShell function, a new database format for cfenvd, and support for $(this) in the copy action, which resolves to the current server, to permit separating files from multiple hosts when downloading.
Release Notes: This release adds minor bugfixes for Tru64 and Debian and for linkcopy and copy functionality.
Release Notes: Multiple bugs were fixed, including a major symlink bug. The singlecopy feature was rewritten. A new AbortClasses feature that aborts processing if one of the listed classes is defined was added.
Release Notes: This version includes various bugfixes and documentation updates and adds a few editfiles functions.
Release Notes: This release has several bugfixes and a new "ExpandVariables" editfiles directive, allowing m4-like functionality in cfengine.
Release Notes: This release includes various bugfixes and adds a new "cfetool" program, based on cfenvd.
Release Notes: The -f option was removed in cfservd patch. A segmentatin fault in cfservd with RSA key exchange was fixed. A bug in which disk freespace alerting did not agree with the manual specification was fixed. The install patch is autodefined. Abspath in shellcommands was not parsed and acted on. The warnall action was not respected in copy. Permissions were altered on destination file anyway. cfcolon was added to the special symbols.