Etch is a tool for system configuration management. It manages the configuration files of the operating system and core applications. It is easy for a professional system administrator to start using, yet is scalable to large and complex environments.
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Release Notes: The server was upgraded to Rails 3. The search functionality in the server now uses ransack. Unicode encoding in the client under Ruby 1.9 and interactive mode in the client were fixed.
Release Notes: This release is now compatible with Ruby 1.9. The nokogiri XML parser is now the default parser used by the server.
Release Notes: This release added support for the Nokogiri XML library in addition libxml and rexml. The server now uses Ruby on Rails 2.3.11 to keep up with the latest security patches.
Release Notes: This release added support for a detailed_results setting in the client config file, allowing users to log detailed results to a local file in addition to or instead of sending them to the server. A --list-files option was added to the client.
Release Notes: The primary change in this release is the addition of support for an /etc/etch.conf config file to the client, allowing users to configure a number of parameters that were previously either hard-coded or only configurable via command line options.