Well, this is fairly overdue, considering that Pat bumped the slackware-version in -current to 14.0 a week and a half ago. Possibly the only noticeable difference in this release is that it now supports -current again, whereas 0.6 expects -current’s slackware-version to be 13.37.0. In the meantime, there have many changes to the code itself. A lot of stuff has been cleaned up and refactored, a number of things have been made more robust, and some few hundred lines of code were removed. The code no longer handles temp files itself but uses File::Temp, which is better in virtually every way. A lot of little bugs were fixed along the way… but I didn’t keep track of which were pre-existing conditions and which were created along the way, so I can’t say those are bug fixes to the previous version as such.
And somewhere along the line I got into the idea of test-driven development, so that should, theoretically, mean the code is in better shape by definition… theoretically.
At any rate, click click.