Release Notes: A long-standing (since 1.0.93) locking bug that allowed multiple instances to run with the same config file at the same time has finally been found and fixed. A much more portable signal name translation scheme has been implemented to fix portability problems that were causing problems particularly for GNU/Linux users. Signal names and their descriptions are now printed when a child process is killed or stopped by a signal.
Release Notes: New log files are now created as temporary files and have their permissions and ownerships updated before they are renamed into place (inspired by a similar fix in FreeBSD's version). The verbose explanitory and debug messages have been greatly improved. Handling of PID files is now far more robust (inspired by fixes in OpenBSD's version). Child processes used to run file compressors are now tracked and abnormal terminations are reported.
Release Notes: This release fixes the minimum invocation interval to be one minute. It also includes more minor portability fixes for Linux and Solaris, as well as some minor documentation updates. This will hopefully be the last of the changes necessary before 1.1 can be released.
Release Notes: This is a relatively minor update. It fixes one minor bug in the parsing of timespecs and several portability issues. Signals are displayed symbolically in error messages, and verbose output shows the trim time in local time instead of as a Unix epoch time. New versions of GNU Autoconf and Automake were also used to create this distribution.
Release Notes: Portability fixes (tested on Solaris 2.6 with gcc).
Release Notes: Fixes for logic bugs in comparison of PID filename with /dev/null and setting of internal flag for trim-time specs, and a new test parameter (-T timenow) to make testing of trim-time specifications easier to do in a timely fashion.