GNU Stow is a program for managing the installation of software packages, keeping them separate (/usr/local/stow/emacs vs. /usr/local/stow/perl, for example) while making them appear to be installed in the same place (/usr/local). Stow is a Perl script which should run correctly under Perl 5.005 and above. You must install Perl before running Stow. Stow was inspired by Carnegie Mellon's Depot program, but is substantially simpler.
Release Notes: This is a minor release that fixes a couple of installation issues and improves some of the documentation.
Release Notes: This is the first official release of Stow since January 2002, and is a complete refresh of the entire codebase, with a substantial number of bugfixes and enhancements.
Release Notes: Initially empty directories are not removed anymore. Stow now only warns the user if a directory is unreadable during unstowing. Various other bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: First announcement.