Release Notes: This release has an updated autotools build system and a few fixes from users.
Release Notes: This release adds support for uncompressed packages.
Release Notes: Small bugs were fixed. The --disable-legacy configure option was added to enable new features in the future. Currently, it enables storing symlinks directly in a tgz package.
Release Notes: pkgtools compatibility was improved. The user interface was polished a bit. spkg is now really compatible with 64-bit platforms (amd64 at least). Support for package blacklisting through configuration files was added.
Release Notes: Some commands may now be run by non-root user. Only interesting stuff is shown in single -v mode. Support for broken package databases that contain non-normalized paths was added. Some portability fixes were made. Compiler warnings were cleaned up.
Release Notes: ldconfig is no longer run when a package does not contain dynamic libraries. The static spkg build was fixed under some circumstances.
Release Notes: spkg now compiles and runs with glib versions 2.2.x and later. This makes spkg compatible with Slackware 9.0 and later (until now, spkg was could only be compiled on slackware-current). A configure option was added to compile only a static version of spkg.
Release Notes: This is a special release for Vector Linux folks. Support for so called .tlz packages was implemented. These packages are tgz packages that were recompressed using LZMA compression.
Release Notes: The custom build system was replaced with autotools.
Release Notes: This release contains small improvements to the existing features and some bugfixes. Focus was set on testing and cleaning up of warning and error strings.