Release Notes: This beta release ports PIKT to Mac OS X, resolves several Solaris issues, and fixes several small bugs.
Release Notes: Several problems that broke the compile in Red Hat Linux Fedora Core 5 was fixed. The documentation was updated.
Release Notes: A problem where SSH might hang when attempting to remotely (re)start piktc_svc on slave systems running OSes other than Solaris has been fixed. A bug where, on at least some Linux systems, defunct piktd processes might accumulate has possibly been fixed. The #rule() (aka #rulenumber()) function has been added. Other minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Improved coding of piktx, and reworking parts of the script and config file lexers.
Release Notes: The formatting of installed alarm scripts was improved. Several parser bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug where embeded quotes in a #popen() command string might cause problems, a bug where 'piktc -R' operations might occasionally fail, various AIX problems (mostly relating to master operations), and several other minor bugs.
Release Notes: A new alerts.cfg keyword, execcmd, was introduced for registering crontab-like, one-liner command entries in piktd.conf. The way in which #-style comments are parsed in *.pkt Pikt scripts was modified. Several minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Strengthened safeguards against running multiple concurrent daemon processes. On a parser error, the preprocessor will now just report the error, then move on to the next host (before, the program would abort). Fixes were also made for other minor bugs.