Release Notes: This release adds support for setting the amount of jobs to run at once, which allows taking advantage of multi-core machines. Some bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: bash is no longer used for running the commands, avoiding character escaping nightmares. The command output can now be gzipped. The number of finished jobs in the queue can be limited with an environment variable. An environment variable may define the Unix socket path. The job ID is now output to stdout if the job is backgrounded (which is nice for scripting). A flag was added for swapping two waiting jobs in the queue. Command output can now be sent by email when a job finishes. A binary can now be run (with job parameters) at job finish.