Release Notes: This release adds a help option to the alarm script for clarity and adds a fix to exit alarm if/when its terminal device disappears. It also eliminates rare error messages from the history script by redirecting them to /dev/null. Finally, it has a handful of cleanups for internal consistency.
Release Notes: This release depends on osh-20130331 or later. It adds two new osh scripts, getheader.osh and myip.osh. It replaces $n with $# and $s with $?. It changes "sigign" invocations to "trap".
Release Notes: This is a spit and polish release. It adds symlink and not directory checks to the alarm.osh script. It adds another symlink check to the oshdir.osh script. It also adds a '-v' verbose option to the oshlatest.osh script.
Release Notes: This release requires the user to specify the INSTALL directory path name as an absolute directory. It adds an '-h' option to history.osh for help. It also adds '--' to egrep invocations in history.osh to prevent leading '-' errors when the '-p pattern' option is used.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug in oshlatest.osh that caused beta releases to result in a non-zero exit status instead of a zero exit status. It also adds a new script, history.osh, to align with the new osh history file support.
Release Notes: This release fixes an xtitle.osh problem that's evident only on NetBSD 3.1.1_PATCH alpha, resulting in a ps(1) error message.
Release Notes: This release fixes 3 bugs from the previous release that were evident on OpenSolaris. The bell.osh script was rewritten to be more flexible. osh version checking was improved in the oshlatest.osh script to account for all possible osh version forms. Lastly, a simple now.sh6 script was added for printing the date and time in a useful ISO-like format.
Release Notes: This release adds a new script, bell.osh, to ring the terminal bell. It fixes the oshlatest.osh fetch code so that it is more reliable on systems without an FTP utility that supports HTTP. It also improves the alarm.osh diagnostics.
Release Notes: This release fixes the INSTALL script PATH check to be more exact about when PATH modification may be needed. It also fixes a few portability problems in alarm.osh, which.sh6, and xtitle.osh which primarily affect GNU/Linux systems.