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GNU Stow 2.2.2 released
     posted by aspiers, Mon Nov 9 21:46:24 2015 - 0 replies

After a long wait, this release contains a number of bug fixes and minor cleanups.

GNU Stow 2.2.0 released
     posted by aspiers, Sat Feb 18 20:56:48 2012 - 0 replies

This release introduces a long-wanted --no-folding option which disables the (re)folding which in some usage scenarios can be confusing or undesirable. It also drops the abbreviated -a version of the --adopt option for safety reasons, and makes various improvements to the documentation, test suite, and command-line output.

GNU Stow 2.1.3 released
     posted by aspiers, Tue Jan 10 13:42:29 2012 - 0 replies

This release adds a new --adopt option.

GNU Stow also available via CPAN
     posted by aspiers, Thu Dec 15 21:13:14 2011 - 0 replies

In addition to ftp.gnu.org, Stow is also available from CPAN, and can be installed via the normal CPAN mechanisms. Follow the link for details:

http://search.cpan.org/dist/Stow/

GNU Stow 2.1.2 released
     posted by aspiers, Thu Dec 15 21:07:27 2011 - 0 replies

This is another release which fixes some more installation issues. If you have already installed 2.1.1 there is no need to upgrade to this.

GNU Stow 2.1.1 released
     posted by aspiers, Tue Dec 6 18:12:27 2011 - 0 replies

This is a minor release which fixes a couple of installation issues and improves some of the documentation.

GNU Stow 2.1.0 released
     posted by aspiers, Sat Dec 3 17:40:58 2011 - 0 replies

I'm very happy to announce that GNU Stow 2.1.0 is now available for download from ftp.gnu.org and also from the mirrors as soon as they catch up.

This is the first official release of ...


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GNU Stow 1.3.3 released
     posted by gmorin, Mon Jan 7 17:35:53 2002 - 0 replies

Get it at ftp://ftp.gnu.org/pub/gnu/stow/stow-1.3.3.tar.gz

GNU Stow moves to Savannah
     posted by gmorin, Mon Dec 24 12:29:25 2001 - 0 replies

GNU Stows development is now managed using Savannah. Enjoy !

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