Release Notes: Some bugs in the configure script were fixed. This release will compile with gcc 4.8.
Release Notes: This release comes with many new features, bugfixes, and code cleanups. It shouldn't break compatibility with older versions.
Release Notes: Some compilation problems on Solaris and FreeBSD have been fixed. If you succeeded in compiling the previous version of xstow, there is no need for an upgrade.
Release Notes: This release has a new feature called "nignore support" which allows installing only specific directories. Some bugs were fixed. Creating smaller binaries for rescue systems is now easier.
Release Notes: The initial reason for releasing this new version was a bug that caused it to exit abnormally if the TERM variable was not set. Other things in the background as cleanups and typo fixes were done too.
Release Notes: Support was added for copying files and directories instead of linking them. This makes sense for files like the 'dir' file of the info directory, or configuration files in the /etc directory.
Release Notes: Some compiling and configure bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: This release allows limiting the access of xstow within the target tree. This is useful if the stow dir is "/stow" and the target dir "/", but all packages will be installed in "/usr/local". Some bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Some major bugs that caused incompatibility with GNU Stow in some cases were fixed. Support for the creation of static versions of XStow was improved.
Release Notes: In this release, an install glitch and some minor bugs were fixed.