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All releases of GNU shtool

  •  11 Jul 1999 10:54
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    Release Notes: This just fixes a bug in `shtool path -m perl'.

    •  09 Jul 1999 18:36
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      Release Notes: A few cleanups and bug fixes.

      •  07 Jul 1999 21:48
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        Release Notes: Beside the usual bugfixes this version provides the new shtoolize program which can be used by developers to build individual shtool scripts for their source trees.

        •  02 Jul 1999 21:51
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          Release Notes: Lots of command line option cleanups, a new test suite and some other minor bug fixes.

          •  01 Jul 1999 15:16
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            Release Notes: A few $IFS and return code related bugfixes and cleanups.

            •  28 Jun 1999 16:36
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              Release Notes: This version just fixes a subtle portability bug inside the source tree which was discovered today under old SysV Bourne shells.

              •  25 Jun 1999 20:23
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                Release Notes: This is the first version of shtool under the GNU umbrella and is a completely overhauled and enhanced version of shtool 1.2.

                •  02 Jun 1999 16:55
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                  Release Notes: Portability fixes plus even more documentation.

                  •  28 May 1999 19:44
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                    Release Notes: Some bugfixes and a new command: "scpp." scpp is a tool to simplify the writing of software libraries in ANSI C.

                    •  13 May 1999 15:51
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                      Release Notes: More cleanups and bugfixes.

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