Release Notes: This release adds the new option -Hi. It allows arithmetic comparison on values of the sets' headers' "Header" flag (i.e., hashsize, timeout). The options to exclude set members are no longer mutually exclusive to those which match members. Some corrections to the command synopsis and the bash completion code have also been done.
Release Notes: This release includes some minor fixes in the help synopsis and the completion code. The set names to operate on can now be specified as a glob pattern. The option -n now allows you to specify other matching parameters while listing the set names only.
Release Notes: This release fixes a small bug in the help synopsis. The -Oi option was not shown for the -i option.
Release Notes: New in this release is the -Oi option, which allows you to match the options of set elements (i.e. timeout, bytes, packets) by arithmetic comparison of their values. A bug in parsing of the pattern of the -Fi option was fixed.
Release Notes: This release is just a small update. It adds the -Xo parameter to suppress displaying of member options.
Release Notes: This release adds a new -Ca option that enables all counters at once. The -Mc option can now be used multiple times, to allow range matching with excludes (to build holes in the range) on the total amount of set members. The new option '--' allows you to work with set names starting with a hyphen (-). An issue where all members were excluded from a listing if an invalid regex pattern was used with option -Xr was fixed. The programmable completion has been rewritten. Some bugs have been fixed and support for set names starting with a hyphen was added.
Release Notes: This release adds an option to exclude glob matching sets from listing. Which colors to use can now be defined by the user. Also new is the bash completion code, which allows you to retrieve and complete options interactively on the command line.
Release Notes: This release adds counting of matching and traversed sets, calculation of the total memory usage of all matched sets, suppression of display of headers matching an [ext]glob pattern, suppression of display of elements using an [ext]glob or regex pattern, a timeout for reading sets which can be specified on the commandline, and the option to colorize the output.