Release Notes: A fix for a bug where relative "root directories" for the updates.redhat.com mirrors were not parsed correctly.
Release Notes: A bugfix for multiple RPMs for a specific package, fixes for counting errors and download errors when there are updates for foreign architectures, a fix for a crash when an invalid regular expression was given, and clarified documentation.
Release Notes: This release fixes a crash when bad regexes were specified and a bug where updates for foreign architectures would cause repeated download of already installed updates.
Release Notes: A bug where the download/available count would be wrong when there are updates available for other architectures has been fixed.
Release Notes: A bug that caused the wrong version to be downloaded if there were two updates, that sorted alphabetically differently to numerically, has been fixed.
Release Notes: A --locale option to explicitly specify the locale, --add to explicitly add a package, and a --timeout option to set the FTP timeout was added. Some errors in the documentation, and a bug in the Makefile that would cause the install to fail if the destination directory doesn't exist was fixed.
Release Notes: A Makefile fix to create the destination directory if it doesn't already exist, a fix for a bug that caused downloads to fail when the powertools directory was missing, and a fix for a bug where adding a file failed in some cases.
Release Notes: Configure script was updated to default the local to 'en' if the local command cannot be found. A new --locale option forces the locale. A --add option to was added force addition of a package that doesn't exist on the local system or doesn't appear to need an update. Minor documentation updates are included.
Release Notes: Bugfixes for modification time setting and differing versions of the LIST command, a new --absolute command to force an absolute path with the --dir command, and an update to allow multiple --include or --exclude commands.
Release Notes: This release includes bugfixes in the handling of absolute paths where the architecture specified isn't the actual architecture of the machine, and with different interpretations of the LIST command by different FTP servers.