Release Notes: This release should compile easily in Darwin. Removing a job no longer leaves the job's ts client alive. Killing the running job's ts client no longer blocks the queue forever. setsid() is now used in order to unlink ts from the bash session. This allows a more naive use of ts inside bash scripts.
Release Notes: This release adds the option '-N' to set the number of slots required for a job to run.
Release Notes: This release added optional separation of stdout and stderr (-E).
Release Notes: This is a small security bugfix to protect against other users in the system.
Release Notes: Now enqueuing will not block other queue operations, in the case of a full queue. The new -B parameter allows ts to fail enqueuing if the queue is full, instead of blocking.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, for a trouble introduced in the recent versions.