Release Notes: Python support has been updated. Version requirements have been tightened. Several deprecated and obsoleted features have been removed, while new deprecations and future obsoletions have been introduced. Several minor bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: Many obsoletions were introduced or finalized. Support for 'perllibdir', which was a hack, was removed. Some test suite weaknesses and spurious failures were fixed.
Release Notes: A large number of warnings and deprecations were introduced. Support was added for Objective C++ and for silent rules. Recursive cleaning rules now use the natural subdirectory order. Support for older non-POSIX Bourne shells was dropped. Several other modifications and enhancements were made. Many minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Several obsolete features have been removed. A new "cscope" target has been added to aid in building a cscope database for the source tree. Several changes have been made to Automake-generated testsuite harnesses. Various other improvements and minor bugfixes have been made.
Release Notes: Various bugs were fixed. Some functions and behaviors were deprecated.
Release Notes: Many minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: Automake can now experimentally run multiple threads for creating most Makefile.in files concurrently. Initial support for the Vala language was added. Python 3.0 is now supported, and Python releases prior to 2.0 are no longer supported. Many tool and rule modifications were made.
Release Notes: "make dist" can now create lzma-compressed tarballs. "automake --add-missing" will now install the GPLv3 COPYING file by default. Libtool generic flags are now passed to the install and uninstall modes as well. install-sh now has a BSD-like "-C" option to preserve modification times of unchanged files upon installation. Several minor bugs were fixed.