philh at invalid.email.address
Mon Jan 12 11:02:08 CET 2004
I've just released version 0.3.0 of my Easibox program, which is
used to automate the creation of archive files (tar, tar.gz, tgz,
tar.bz2 and zip formats), typically for open source projects.
Version 0.3.0 adds two new features to Easibox:
* I've added the ability to make .tar.bz2 archive files.
(Suggested by André Simon).
* I've included the ability for the project's .easiboxrc file to
automatically process archive files after creation, for example
by copying them to a web directory. This is described in more
detail in my article "New directions for Easibox":
Easibox is written in Python and licensed under the GNU General
Public License; see file COPYING (which comes with the
distribution) for details.
Release notes for the latest version of Easibox:
The Easibox home page:
"It's easier to find people online who openly support the KKK than
people who openly support the RIAA" -- comment on Wikipedia
(Email: zen19725 at zen dot co dot uk)
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