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  •  31 Mar 2012 09:29
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    Release Notes: roll now checks overflows.

    •  28 Aug 2011 16:20
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      Release Notes: This release adds Fudge dice (+,-, empty), reroll filters, and roll series.

      •  15 Dec 2008 13:26
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        Release Notes: A new command line option to round up to zero negative results was added. A minor bug which prevented compilation on FreeBSD was fixed.

        •  29 Jan 2008 11:46
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          Release Notes: A bug that prevented the correct parsing of expressions with more than two terms was fixed.

          •  22 Aug 2007 21:21
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            Release Notes: A bug in the 1d% percentile dices (values over 100 were possible) has been fixed.

            •  20 Mar 2007 23:25
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              Release Notes: Implicit dice (dN instead of 1dN is now correct).

              •  18 Mar 2007 23:47
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                Release Notes: Syntax additions: multipliers (e.g. 2d62), percentile dices (1d%), and selective results (4d6h3: keep the highest three dices). This release accepts d6 (1d6) and d (d6).

                •  13 Mar 2007 00:44
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                  Release Notes: No negative results and correct return codes.

                  •  01 Mar 2007 12:55
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                    Release Notes: An RPM spec file was added.

                    •  26 Feb 2007 14:37
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                      Release Notes: If getpid is available, the random generator is initialized with both time and PID so that it gives different results if called twice within a second.

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