salias is a wrapper for programs that allows arguments to those programs to be aliased. For example, salias could expand "gpg -r friends --encrypt" to "gpg -r bob -r frank --encrypt". This is more useful than using simple environment variables, as other programs calling the wrapped-program don't have to worry about searching environment variables. Also, salias deals well with things needing repeating prefix options, such as with GnuPG's "-r" option (as shown in the example stated).
Release Notes: With this version, salias is now more friendly if called with no arguments.
Release Notes: This is the tirst release of the C version of salias; because of this, salias is much, much faster. A new configuration file format is now being used.
Release Notes: Removal of unnecessary warnings when config.xml was not found.
Release Notes: This Python port of salias has half the total execution time of the original Perl version. --debug output is now Bourne-shell escaped. The commandline interface is identical to that of the Perl version.
Release Notes: New --debug in documentation, and a rewrite of options documentation.