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1cae4809faf084081fb9aa08a3041288 zsh-5.1-doc.tar.xz fbf736a6540873f4fb7bdaf70cafb1f0 zsh-5.1.tar.xz
... Date: Sun, 30 Aug 2015 20:13:24 +0100 From: Peter Stephenson <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Zsh Users <email@example.com> Subject: zsh 5.1 released [user] [You may or may not also get this from firstname.lastname@example.org, but this is likely to arrive more quickly in any case so I thought I'd send it here. Do not ingest your SATS.] Version 5.1 of zsh has been released and is available from http://www.zsh.org/pub/ and will be uploaded to Sourceforge. Note that in addition to the tar.gz files (for people who like traditional compression schemes) there are also tar.xz rather than tar.bz2 files (for people how like the latest compression scheme). The latter are uncompressed with "tar xJf", rather than "tar xjf". This is an upgrade from 5.0.8. A two-digit release number has been picked as a simplification: it does not imply that this version is substantially different from the previous release. There are a couple of interesting enhancements. In particular, there is now support for genuine assignment syntax after keywords such as "local" and "typeset" Also, text pased within X terminals is safer as it appears as characters rather than raw input (so in particular you need to hit Return to execute it). Note that slight tweaks to this may occur in future versions, though the general scheme is likely to remain the default. See the README and NEWS files for more. There are also many bug fixes, notably better protection against race conditions in interrupts (typically, but not necessarily, those resulting from exiting child processes), as well as enhancments to completion functions. ... -- Peter Stephenson <email@example.com> Web page now at http://homepage.ntlworld.com/p.w.stephenson/
c49d1f0d2e7593c966461e0c1fa70532 zsh-5.0.8-doc.tar.bz2 e6759e8dd7b714d624feffd0a73ba0fe zsh-5.0.8.tar.bz2
Subject: zsh 5.0.8 is available From: Peter Stephenson <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Zsh Announcement List <email@example.com> This version contains some minor feature enhancements and many bug fixes, including fixes for some basic parsing problems and long-standing compatibility issues in POSIX / sh compatibility mode. There are the usual enhancements to completion functions. An upload to Sourceforge will follow.
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