Release Notes: The Temp_Dir() command was removed, and the --tempdir command-line option was added. AutoRPM can now be run as a normal user if configured properly, but obviously cannot install RPMs. The --delete command-line option was removed, and the Remove_Packages() config file command was added. the Remove_Exclude() command was added to limit the effect of Remove_Packages(). A few bugs with the pool code in the 2.7 releases were fixed.
Release Notes: This release removes the Temp_Dir() command and adds a --tempdir command-line option, and now can be run as a normal user if configured properly, removes the --delete command-line option and adds a Remove_Packages() config file command, adds a Remove_Exclude() command to limit the effect of Remove_Packages(), and fixes a few bugs with the pool code in the 2.7 releases.
Release Notes: Reduced verbosity of Accept_List() and Reject_List() configuration options, and removal of the "Warning: Either i686 or i386 is an unknown arch" error.
Release Notes: Added --nodeps and --force options to the install command, and Accept_List() and Reject_List() commands. Bugs were fixed in the documentation, variables and pool files, umask and the manpage about umask, and the recursive code. A problem when interactive queue file did not exist at all was fixed, as well as a problem when the Install() command wasn't specified at all. The useless Compare_To_Installed() command was removed.
Release Notes: Fixes for a few uncommon/minor/cosmetic bugs.
Release Notes: This release has several bugfixes, and upgrading is highly recommended. It maintains the proper modification date for all files transferred via FTP. Much of the code has been rewritten for higher performance. A bug in the package sorting code that would not always get the newest package has been fixed. A new setting (expand_queue_entries), which defaults to 'on', allows you to do things like '!rpm -qip autorpm', where autorpm is the name of a package in your queue. Note that you should not install RPMs using this mechanism.
Release Notes: Dependency following (within interactive queues), consistent architecture handling, the ability to handle multiple remote versions of RPMs correctly, and bugfixes were added.
Release Notes: Many bugs were fixed and most of the code was cleaned up. A fully command-line based interactive mode was added to replace the old menu-driven one. Cross-dependencies are now handled properly.
Release Notes: bugfixes and feature additions, like use of FTP pools for load balancing.