skalibs, execline and s6 just received bugfix releases.
Nothing serious; the most important thing is probably that it's now
easier to append or override build-time flags via CPPFLAGS, CFLAGS and
LDFLAGS. Also, mkstemp() is used when appropriate, which allows more
functions to be used before the kernel's entropy pool is fully
s6-rc just received a major release: 0.3.0.0.
It benefits from the same improvements and bugfixes, and it also
sports two new features:
* a -p option to s6-rc-init that allows you to specify a prefix for the
symbolic link names used in the scandir. That opens up the possibility
of using several s6-rc livedirs concurrently with the same scandir.
* a new "s6-rc diff" command, checking that the machine state has not
diverged (via permanent service failure) from the idea that s6-rc has
of it. (You generally shouldn't worry about this.)
The major version bump is due to the fact that adding the -p option
required some API changes in libs6rc. The compiled database format has
not changed, and it is not necessary to recompile your service databases
when you upgrade from 0.2.1.2 to 0.3.0.0.
Bug-reports always welcome.