Release Notes: This version fixes some documentation bugs and adds an option to get a shell to run arbitrary commands after kernel-related operations without exiting the program (similar to stopping the program with Ctrl+Z). In addition, while the program is still published to the public domain, the approach has changed from a mere public domain note to CC0, as recommended by the FSF and others, in order to increase legal safety.
Release Notes: This release adds support for external repositories through the "add-repo", "list-repos", and "remove-repo" operations.
Release Notes: This release fixes a small bug which prevented the program from finding all .new files introduced by installed packages.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem when detecting which version of GnuPG is installed and working that, in some very specific situations, could lead to spurious "signature verification failed" errors.
Release Notes: This release removes the pb-search (also know as remote-search) operation due to the Slackware Package Browser being dead for months. In addition, the program now has a rewritten help system.
Release Notes: This release fixes an issue introduced in version 36 that made the program ask the user about files that had supposedly disappeared when in fact they were still present in other packages.
Release Notes: This release reduces the number of disk synchronization operations in order to greatly improve performance for barrier-enabled file systems.
Release Notes: This release reviews the list of previous .new files more exhaustively on package removals in an attempt to prevent false positives triggered by configuration files that have stopped having the .new extension.
Release Notes: This release adds the "unfreeze" operation as an alias for "installed" and modifies the recommended operations after running "update".
Release Notes: This release adds the "update-manifest" and "manifest-search" operations. It prints a warning under Slackware64 when using the "pb-search" operation, in order to clarify that the search is performed using the normal Slackware database.