coreutils-5.93 released [stable]

2005-11-08 Thread Jim Meyering
This is a stable, bug-fix-only release. Most of the changes since 5.92 are summarized below. Development will continue on the trunk (6.x), probably with an eventual bug-fix release or two from the 5.9x branch. The GNU coreutils package contains the following programs: [ basename cat chgrp

coreutils-5.94 released [stable]

2006-02-14 Thread Jim Meyering
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 The GNU coreutils package contains the following programs: [ basename cat chgrp chmod chown chroot cksum comm cp csplit cut date dd df dir dircolors dirname du echo env expand expr factor false fmt fold ginstall groups head hostid hostname id

coreutils-5.96 released

2006-05-22 Thread Jim Meyering
The GNU coreutils package contains the following programs: [ basename cat chgrp chmod chown chroot cksum comm cp csplit cut date dd df dir dircolors dirname du echo env expand expr factor false fmt fold ginstall groups head hostid hostname id join kill link ln logname ls md5sum mkdir

coreutils-5.97 released

2006-06-24 Thread Jim Meyering
This is a stable release. Two points are worth special mention. I built it using autoconf tools from cvs of June 23. Normally, I would not use development infrastructure to create a stable coreutils release, but since autoconf-2.60 is so near, and since I did it for 5.96, too, I think it's a

coreutils-6.9 released [stable]

2007-03-22 Thread Jim Meyering
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Coreutils version 6.9 has been released. This is a stable, bug-fix-only release. If you haven't heard about the GNU coreutils, the FAQ is a good place to start: http://www.gnu.org/software/coreutils/faq/. The previous stable release was 6.7, on Dec

coreutils-6.9.90 released

2007-12-02 Thread Jim Meyering
Coreutils version 6.9.90 has been released. This is a feature release, but it includes a surprising number of fixes for very old bugs. If you haven't heard about the GNU coreutils, the FAQ is a good place to start: http://www.gnu.org/software/coreutils/faq/. It's been more than 8 months and

coreutils-6.9.91 released (bug-fix-only)

2007-12-16 Thread Jim Meyering
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Coreutils version 6.9.91 has been released. This is a bug-fix-only release. There has been unusually few reports of problems with the previous release. I hope this is a trend. If you haven't heard about the GNU coreutils, the FAQ is a good place to

coreutils-6.9.92 released

2008-01-12 Thread Jim Meyering
Coreutils version 6.9.92 has been released. This is a bug-fix-only release. I expect the next release to be coreutils-6.10, with a well-deserved stable rating. Thanks to everyone who has contributed to this release. For a summary of changes and contributors, see here:

coreutils-6.10 released (stable)

2008-01-22 Thread Jim Meyering
Coreutils version 6.10 has been released. This is a stable release. Since the previous stable release, 6.9, there have been three test releases: 6.9.90,91,92 and almost 500 change sets in coreutils proper. That doesn't include the 1100+ change sets in gnulib (most of the files in

coreutils-6.11 released

2008-04-19 Thread Jim Meyering
Coreutils version 6.11 has been released. This is a stable release. Since 6.10, there have been 200 change sets in coreutils proper and almost 300 in gnulib (most of the files in coreutils/{lib,m4} come from gnulib). Thanks to everyone who has contributed to this release. This time, a trio from

coreutils-7.4 released [stable]

2009-05-07 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce coreutils-7.4, a stable release. It fixes a 7.3-release-related snafu and a minor, but long-standing bug in date. For a summary of changes and contributors, see: http://git.sv.gnu.org/gitweb/?p=coreutils.git;a=shortlog;h=v7.4 or run this command from a git-cloned coreutils

coreutils-7.5 released

2009-08-22 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce coreutils-7.5, a stable release. We're calling it stable in spite of the fact that there is a new program, stdbuf, and there are some interesting new features. Thanks to everyone who has been helping! For a summary of changes and contributors, see:

vc-dwim-1.2 released

2009-09-09 Thread Jim Meyering
There have been a few vc-chlog enhancements, and one vc-dwim bug fix: In case you're wondering what this package does, see http://www.gnu.org/software/vc-dwim/ Very briefly, there are two tools: vc-dwim is a version-control-agnostic ChangeLog diff and commit tool. vc-chlog is a helper

gzip-1.3.13 released [major]

2009-10-03 Thread Jim Meyering
There have been a few minor bug fixes as well as many build infrastructure updates. For a summary of changes and contributors, see: http://git.sv.gnu.org/gitweb/?p=gzip.git;a=shortlog;h=v1.3.13 or run this command from a git-cloned gzip directory: git shortlog v1.3.12..v1.3.13 Here are the

coreutils-8.0 released [beta]

2009-10-06 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce coreutils-8.0. We're calling this a beta release partly because rm has been rewritten (now it uses gnulib's fts for its hierarchy traversal), and partly because there have been so many changes in the gnulib infrastructure involving file-system primitives. Thanks to everyone

gzip-1.3.14 released [beta]

2009-11-02 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce a beta release of gzip. http://www.gnu.org/software/gzip/ Actually I'm convinced that this is production quality software, but there has been so little feedback, I'm going to err on the side of caution and call it beta. Besides, there were a few portability problems with

coreutils-8.1 released [stable]

2009-11-18 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce coreutils-8.1. We consider it to be stable in spite of a few new features, a new program and minor changes in behavior. http://www.gnu.org/software/coreutils/ Eric Blake deserves special thanks for making an impressive number of improvements to the portability and

coreutils-8.4 released [stable]

2010-01-13 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce coreutils-8.4, a bug-fix-only stable release. The main purpose of this release is to fix a build failure on some systems using glibc-2.7..2.9. Here's the GNU Coreutils home page, in case you're wondering what it is: http://www.gnu.org/software/coreutils/ Thanks to

gzip-1.4 released [stable/security]

2010-01-20 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce a stable release of the gzip compression tools. The most important change is the one that addresses CVE-2010-0001, mentioned in NEWS below. http://www.gnu.org/software/gzip/ For a summary of changes and contributors, see:

cppi-1.14 released [stable]

2010-03-03 Thread Jim Meyering
GNU cppi is a cpp directive indenter. Its documentation is no more than its --help output (included below). It converts unindented (or inconsistently indented) code like this: #ifdef ... #if defined ... || defined ... #define a b #else #define a c #endif #endif to

cppi-1.15 released [stable]

2010-03-18 Thread Jim Meyering
The only significant change didn't make it into NEWS: cppi now generates a .pot file, so the next release will ship with translated messages. Here are the compressed sources: http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/cppi/cppi-1.15.tar.xz (412KB) Here are the GPG detached signatures[*]:

grep-2.6 released [stable]

2010-03-23 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce grep-2.6. grep is a tool to search for strings inside a file. This release fixes an unexpectedly large number of flaws, from outright bugs (surprisingly many, considering this is grep) to some occasionally debilitating performance problems. Special thanks to Paolo Bonzini for

grep-2.6.1 released [stable]

2010-03-26 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce grep-2.6.1. grep is a tool to search for strings inside a file. It's been barely two days since the release of 2.6, but... This release fixes two new bugs as well as one that was introduced in grep-2.5.2. There were also some build, portability and test fixes. Special

grep-2.6.3 released [stable]

2010-04-02 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce grep-2.6.3. grep is a tool to search for strings inside a file. Some are probably wondering... What?!? That makes four, (yes, 4!) releases in 11 days. Can't you guys get it right? Time will tell. This release fixes another fgrep-infloop bug as well as a

diffutils-3.0 released [stable]

2010-05-03 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce diffutils-3.0, a stable release, with only three items in NEWS and 30 change-sets (most build/test/maintenance-related). There have been hundreds of improvements in gnulib, but that should have little effect on diffutils, unless your system is old or unusual. Here's the

parted-2.3 released [stable]

2010-05-29 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce parted-2.3, a stable release. This is mainly a bug-fix release. Each of the three feature additions is small and safe-looking. Here's its home page: http://www.gnu.org/software/parted/ Thanks to everyone who has been contributing. Here are the compressed sources:

idutils-4.5 released [stable]

2010-06-17 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce a stable release of idutils. The idutils package contains tools to create and efficiently search an index of identifiers from specified files: http://www.gnu.org/software/idutils/ Since 4.4 (beta) there have been build and portability improvements, but little else. It's

grep-2.7 released [stable]

2010-09-20 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce grep-2.7. grep is a tool to search for strings inside a file. This release fixes a few bug fixes and includes two features. See the NEWS below, or for a more complete summary of changes and contributors, see: http://git.sv.gnu.org/gitweb/?p=grep.git;a=shortlog;h=v2.7 or run

coreutils-8.6 released [stable]

2010-10-15 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce coreutils-8.6, a stable release. It's been over five months, with 200 change-sets in coreutils and 550 in gnulib. There have been a handful of new features (all relatively safe, imho), several bug fixes, and numerous minor changes in behavior. See NEWS below for a summary.

vc-dwim-1.3 released [stable]

2010-11-08 Thread Jim Meyering
This release includes the bug fix mentioned below and a portability tweak, but not much else. In case you're wondering what this package does, see http://www.gnu.org/software/vc-dwim/ Very briefly, there are two tools: vc-dwim is a version-control-agnostic ChangeLog diff and commit tool.

coreutils-8.7 released [stable]

2010-11-13 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce coreutils-8.7, a stable, bug-fix-only release. It's been a month since coreutils-8.6 with 37 change-sets in coreutils proper and 59 in gnulib. This was supposed to have been a snap release solely to revert the stat %[XYZ] time stamp handling change introduced in 8.6, but that

coreutils-8.8 released [stable]

2010-12-22 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce coreutils-8.8, a stable, bug-fix release. There are numerous fixes for our newly-parallelized sort. The only significant non-bug-fix change was to add a useful set of features to split that lets you split input into N roughly-equal pieces, with options to split on line

coreutils-8.9 released [stable]

2011-01-05 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce coreutils-8.9, a stable, bug-fix release. The sole bug was in split, introduced in 8.8. See NEWS below for a summary. Here's the GNU Coreutils home page: http://www.gnu.org/software/coreutils/ Jim [on behalf of the coreutils maintainers] Here are the compressed sources:

coreutils-8.10 released [stable]

2011-02-05 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce coreutils-8.10, a stable release. There have been some minor bug fixes, along with two new features. The join feature is enabled via a new option, -o auto. The cp feature makes copying sparse files much more efficient on several common file systems. It takes advantage of a

vc-dwim-1.4 released [stable]

2011-03-19 Thread Jim Meyering
There are only two changes listed in NEWS, so here they are: vc-chlog can now handle two-word function names like operator delete vc-chlog now accepts --dirty-workdir for 'git add -i' workflows. Thanks to Ralf Wildenhues for the new option. Here are the compressed sources:

coreutils-8.12 released [stable]

2011-04-26 Thread Jim Meyering
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 This is to announce coreutils-8.12, a stable release. We released coreutils-8.11 less than two weeks ago. Why a new release so soon? Because under unusual conditions, coreutils-8.11's copying code could cause trouble. Data loss trouble. The

grep-2.8 released [stable]

2011-05-13 Thread Jim Meyering
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 This is to announce grep-2.8. grep is a tool to search for strings inside a file. This release fixes three bugs. See the NEWS below, or for a more complete summary of changes and contributors, see:

parted-2.4 released [stable]

2011-05-18 Thread Jim Meyering
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 This is to announce parted-2.4, a stable bug-fix release. See the NEWS below for a summary of noteworthy changes. Here is Parted's home page: http://www.gnu.org/software/parted/ For a summary of all changes and contributors, see:

vc-dwim-1.5 released [stable]

2011-05-20 Thread Jim Meyering
I fixed an annoying long-standing bug (details below), so here's 1.5. In case you're wondering what this package does, see http://www.gnu.org/software/vc-dwim/ Very briefly, there are two tools: vc-dwim is a version-control-agnostic ChangeLog diff and commit tool. vc-chlog is a helper

grep-2.9 released [stable]

2011-06-22 Thread Jim Meyering
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 This is to announce grep-2.9, a bug-fix release. Well, there is one enhancement that might be seen as fixing a performance bug: grep is faster on regular expressions that match multibyte characters in brackets (such as '[áéíóú]'). Thanks

diffutils-3.1 released [stable]

2011-08-13 Thread Jim Meyering
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 This is to announce diffutils-3.1, a stable, bug-fix release. There have been more than 50 build, test and portability-related changes in diffutils proper, as well as over 2100 in gnulib. In spite of all that, there have been only a few bug fixes,

diffutils-3.2 released [stable]

2011-09-02 Thread Jim Meyering
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA256 This is to announce diffutils-3.2, a stable, bug-fix release. Not much has changed on the surface (see the NEWS, below), but we have inherited more than 50 change-sets via gnulib. Here's the diffutils home page:

vc-dwim-1.6 released [stable]

2011-12-23 Thread Jim Meyering
It's been six months and a few bug fixes, here's 1.6: In case you're wondering what this package does, see http://www.gnu.org/software/vc-dwim/ Very briefly, there are two tools: vc-dwim is a version-control-agnostic ChangeLog diff and commit tool. vc-chlog is a helper tool for writing

coreutils-8.15 released [stable]

2012-01-06 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce coreutils-8.15, yet another stable release. There have been over 120 commits by 12 people in the 12 weeks since 8.14. This adds a new program, realpath, and several bug fixes. Reassuringly, the trend continues: most fixes are for bugs off in the dusty corners of the code, and

idutils-4.6 released [stable]

2012-02-03 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce a stable release of idutils. The idutils package contains tools to create and efficiently search an index of identifiers from specified files: http://www.gnu.org/software/idutils/ Since 4.5 there have been two bug fixes and some build and portability improvements

grep-2.11 released [stable]

2012-03-03 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce grep-2.11, a bug-fix release. http://www.gnu.org/s/grep/ grep searches files for lines containing a match to a specified pattern In just 2.5 months, we've seen more changes than in the five months leading up to 2.10, addressing a surprising number of old bugs. Special

parted-3.1 released [stable]

2012-03-03 Thread Jim Meyering
. Peter Anvin (1): libparted: simplify kernel version-parsing logic Jim Meyering (90): post-release administrivia libparted: accommodate two-component linux version number like 3.0 maint: prefer AC_PROG_LIBTOOL over slightly deprecated AM_PROG_LIBTOOL libparted: avoid

coreutils-8.16 released [stable]

2012-03-26 Thread Jim Meyering
summary. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! I'll be listing committers here, from now on. These people contributed changes to this release[*]: Bernhard Voelker (4) Eric Blake (7) Harald Hoyer (1) Jim Meyering (44) Jérémy Compostella (11) Paul Eggert (5) Pádraig Brady (19

grep-2.12 released [stable]

2012-04-24 Thread Jim Meyering
of gnulib's fts and the change to how -r (--recursive) works. See the NEWS below for a brief summary. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Allan McRae (1) Jim Meyering (17) Paul Eggert (4) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers

gzip-1.5 released [stable]

2012-06-18 Thread Jim Meyering
to this release: Dmitry V. Levin (3) Eric Blake (3) Jim Meyering (84) Mark Adler (1) Paul Eggert (24) Paul R. Eggert (2) Rob Vermaas (1) Jim [on behalf of the gzip maintainers] == Here is the GNU gzip home page: http

grep-2.13 released [stable]

2012-07-04 Thread Jim Meyering
been 24 commits by 4 people in the 10 weeks since 2.12. See the NEWS below for a brief summary. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Aharon Robbins (2) Jim Meyering (12) Paolo Bonzini (3) Paul Eggert (7) Jim [on behalf

cppi-1.17 released [stable]

2012-08-05 Thread Jim Meyering
to this release: Akim Demaille (2) Jim Meyering (26) Jim [on behalf of the cppi maintainers] == Here is the GNU cppi home page: http://gnu.org/s/cppi/ For a summary of changes and contributors, see: http://git.sv.gnu.org/gitweb

coreutils-8.18 released [stable]

2012-08-12 Thread Jim Meyering
the beginning) and relatively obscure bugs. See the NEWS below for a brief summary. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Andrew D Warshall (1) Bernhard Voelker (4) Bruno Haible (1) Erik Auerswald (1) Jim Meyering (39) Joachim

coreutils-8.19 released (fixes sort -u data loss bugs)

2012-08-20 Thread Jim Meyering
changes to this release: Bernhard Voelker (1) Jim Meyering (9) Krzysztof Goj (1) Paul Eggert (2) Special thanks to Rasmus Borup Hansen for reporting the sort -u problem along with a reproducer, and to Paul Eggert for spotting the second bug and for his minimal patch that fixed both bugs

grep-2.14 released [stable]

2012-08-20 Thread Jim Meyering
in the 7 weeks since 2.13. See the NEWS below for a brief summary. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Jim Meyering (12) Paul Eggert (5) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers

vc-dwim-1.7 released [stable]

2013-03-16 Thread Jim Meyering
This release fixes a minor bug with --author and bzr, and updates the slightly risky[*] Makefile.in files from the previous release. In case you're wondering what this package does, see http://www.gnu.org/software/vc-dwim/ Very briefly, there are two tools: vc-dwim is a

gzip-1.6 released [stable]

2013-06-10 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce gzip-1.6, a stable release. There have been 35 commits by 4 people in the 51 weeks since 1.5. See the NEWS below for a brief summary. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Eric Blake (1) Jim Meyering (15

grep-2.15 released [stable]

2013-10-27 Thread Jim Meyering
to this release: Corinna Vinschen (1) Eric Blake (2) Jaroslav Škarvada (1) Jim Meyering (31) Mike Haertel (1) Paolo Bonzini (3) Paul Eggert (15) Petr Pisar (1) Stefano Lattarini (2) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers

grep-2.16 released [stable]

2014-01-01 Thread Jim Meyering
commits by 3 people in the 10 weeks since 2.15. See the NEWS below for a brief summary. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Jim Meyering (21) Santiago Ruano Rincón (1) behoffski (1) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers

grep-2.18 released [stable]

2014-02-21 Thread Jim Meyering
for spotting grep-2.17's performance regression so quickly. The following people contributed changes to this release: Jim Meyering (5) Paul Eggert (2) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers] == Here is the GNU grep home page: http

grep-2.20 released [stable]

2014-06-03 Thread Jim Meyering
reports since grep-2.19. The following people contributed changes to this release: behoffski (1) Jim Meyering (6) Norihiro Tanaka (5) Paul Eggert (2) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers] == Here is the GNU grep home page

grep-2.22 released [stable]

2015-11-02 Thread Jim Meyering
to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Jim Meyering (34) Norihiro Tanaka (17) Paul Eggert (32) Santiago Ruano Rincón (1) Yuliy Pisetsky (1) Zev Weiss (1) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers

grep-2.23 released [stable]

2016-02-04 Thread Jim Meyering
summary. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Jim Meyering (14) Paul Eggert (21) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers] == Here is the GNU grep home page: http

grep-2.24 released [stable]

2016-03-11 Thread Jim Meyering
been 8 commits by 2 people in the 5 weeks since 2.23. See the NEWS below for a brief summary. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Jim Meyering (7) Paul Eggert (1) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers

gzip-1.7 released [stable]

2016-03-28 Thread Jim Meyering
to this release: Jason Leschnik (1) Jim Meyering (23) Paul Eggert (35) Rusty Russell (1) Jim [on behalf of the gzip maintainers] Here is the GNU gzip home page: http://gnu.org/s/gzip/ For a summary of changes and contributors, see

grep-2.25 released [stable]

2016-04-22 Thread Jim Meyering
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA512 This is to announce grep-2.25, a stable release. Yet another bug-fix release. This one was prompted primarily by the realization that even with LC_ALL=C, grep-2.24 could still report "Binary file F matches". Special thanks to Paul Eggert for doing

gzip-1.8 released [stable]

2016-04-26 Thread Jim Meyering
: Jim Meyering (3) Paul Eggert (3) Jim [on behalf of the gzip maintainers] = Here is the GNU gzip home page: http://gnu.org/s/gzip/ For a summary of changes and contributors, see: http://git.sv.gnu.org/gitweb/?p=gzip.git

diffutils-3.4 released [stable]

2016-08-08 Thread Jim Meyering
to this release: Andreas Grünbacher (1) Giuseppe Scrivano (5) Glenn Morris (1) Jim Meyering (30) KO Myung-Hun (2) Paul Eggert (20) Stefano Lattarini (1) Special thanks to Giuseppe Scrivano for the new colorized-output option and to Paul Eggert for numerous bug fixes and improvements. Jim

sed-4.4 released [stable]

2017-02-03 Thread Jim Meyering
to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Assaf Gordon (10) Jim Meyering (12) Norihiro Tanaka (1) Vagelis Prokopiou (1) Jim [on behalf of the sed maintainers] == Here is the GNU

grep-2.28 released [stable]

2017-02-07 Thread Jim Meyering
to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Arnold D. Robbins (1) Jim Meyering (11) Norihiro Tanaka (2) Paul Eggert (33) Zev Weiss (5) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers

grep-3.0 released [stable]

2017-02-10 Thread Jim Meyering
the NEWS below for a brief summary. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Jim Meyering (2) Paul Eggert (2) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers] == Here is the GNU grep

diffutils-3.5 released [stable]

2016-08-21 Thread Jim Meyering
to this release: Bastian Beischer (1) Hanno Böck (1) Jim Meyering (10) Jim [on behalf of the diffutils maintainers] == Here is the GNU diffutils home page: http://gnu.org/s/diffutils/ For a summary of changes and contributors

grep-2.26 released [stable]

2016-10-03 Thread Jim Meyering
Robbins (1) Jim Meyering (29) Norihiro Tanaka (23) Paul Eggert (43) Zev Weiss (14) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers] == Here is the GNU grep home page: http://gnu.org/s/grep/ For a summary of changes and contributors

sed-4.3 released [stable]

2017-01-04 Thread Jim Meyering
. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! Special thanks to Norihiro Tanaka for his DFA-related improvements and to Assaf Gordon, who is now a co-maintainer. The following people contributed changes to this release: Assaf Gordon (58) David A. Wheeler (1) Jim Meyering (117) Jose E. Marchesi (6

vc-dwim-1.8 released [stable]

2017-01-14 Thread Jim Meyering
(1) Jim Meyering (14) Jim [on behalf of the vc-dwim maintainers] == Here is the GNU vc-dwim home page: http://gnu.org/s/vc-dwim/ For a summary of changes and contributors, see: http://git.sv.gnu.org/gitweb/?p=vc-dwim.git

grep-3.1 released [stable]

2017-07-02 Thread Jim Meyering
to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Eric Blake (1) Jim Meyering (17) Juan Manuel Guerrero (1) Paul Eggert (8) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers] == Here is the GNU grep

diffutils-3.6 released [stable]

2017-05-22 Thread Jim Meyering
This is to announce diffutils-3.6, a stable release. There have been 30 commits by 4 people in the 39 weeks since 3.5. See the NEWS below for a brief summary. Thanks to everyone who has contributed! The following people contributed changes to this release: Benno Schulenberg (1) Jim

gzip-1.9 released [stable]

2018-01-07 Thread Jim Meyering
! The following people contributed changes to this release: Jim Meyering (28) Paul Eggert (25) Jim [on behalf of the gzip maintainers] == Here is the GNU gzip home page: http://gnu.org/s/gzip/ For a summary of changes and contributors

sed-4.5 released [stable]

2018-04-01 Thread Jim Meyering
to this release: 0xddaa (1) Alexandre Jasmin (4) Assaf Gordon (73) Jakub Martisko (1) Jim Meyering (28) Kent Fredric (1) Mike Frysinger (1) Thorsten Heymann (1) Jim [on behalf of the sed maintainers] == Here is the GNU

diffutils-3.7 released [stable]

2019-01-01 Thread Jim Meyering
(1) Jim Meyering (18) Paul Eggert (6) Jim [on behalf of the diffutils maintainers] == Here is the GNU diffutils home page: http://gnu.org/s/diffutils/ For a summary of changes and contributors, see: http://git.sv.gnu.org

sed-4.6 released [stable]

2018-12-20 Thread Jim Meyering
changes to this release: Assaf Gordon (39) Bernhard Voelker (1) Bjarni Ingi Gislason (1) Clint Adams (1) Jannick (1) Jim Meyering (9) Jim [on behalf of the sed maintainers] == Here is the GNU sed home page: http

grep-3.2 released [stable]

2018-12-20 Thread Jim Meyering
and to Norihiro Tanaka for the impressive dfa.c improvements. The following people contributed changes to this release: Barret Rhoden (1) Bernhard Voelker (1) Bruno Haible (2) Jim Meyering (22) Paul Eggert (28) Stephan T. Lavavej (1) Jim [on behalf of the grep maintainers

sed-4.7 released [stable]

2018-12-21 Thread Jim Meyering
Here's a snap release to fix a regression introduced in sed-4.6. See the NEWS below for details: Here are the compressed sources and a GPG detached signature[*]: http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/sed/sed-4.7.tar.xz http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/sed/sed-4.7.tar.xz.sig Use a mirror for higher download

grep-3.3 released [stable]

2018-12-21 Thread Jim Meyering
Here's a snap release to fix a regression introduced in grep-3.2. See the NEWS below for details: Here are the compressed sources and a GPG detached signature[*]: https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/grep/grep-3.3.tar.xz https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/grep/grep-3.3.tar.xz.sig Use a mirror for higher download

gzip-1.10 released [stable]

2018-12-30 Thread Jim Meyering
to this release: Jim Meyering (9) Paul Eggert (10) Jim [on behalf of the gzip maintainers] == Here is the GNU gzip home page: http://gnu.org/s/gzip/ For a summary of changes and contributors, see: http://git.sv.gnu.org/gitweb/?p