Squirrel Shell is a cross-platform alternative to system shells like bash in *nix and cmd.exe (command.com) in Microsoft Windows. It is based on a powerful scripting language, "Squirrel".
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Release Notes: Bundled PCRE and Squirrel libraries have been updated to versions 8.20 and 3.0.2, respectively.
Release Notes: A serious bug in the run() function was fixed, so it does not hang anymore when the child process produces a lot of output. The interactive mode command prompt now contains the path to the current working directory.
Release Notes: A serious bug in the run() function was fixed. Support for uncompiled regular expressions was added to the regmatch() function. This release can be successfully compiled on Mac OS X.
Release Notes: The installation procedure on *nix systems was fixed. PCRE and Squirrel libraries were updated to the latest available versions.
Release Notes: PCRE and Squirrel were updated to the latest available versions, and constants were made read-only. The setenv() function does not make permanent changes anymore. Some functions and values were marked as deprecated. This is the first version released under the GPLv3.