Less than a week after releasing 2.3, someone discovered a bug when
running the NEW subcommand. All wajig did was fall flat with an ugly
exception, making this some sort of emergency release. Anyways, I
already had some nice improvements, so I released those as well:
- The INSTALL subcommand can now be given a mixture of filenames, .deb
files, and normal package names, and will be able to install the
packages specified. Previously, only one of these 3 types could be
installed at a time.
- Apparently the reasons I gave for removing the —simulate and
—teaching (now renamed to —teach) options in 2.3 weren't good enough,
so I reinstated them.
- The bash completer now completes both lower-case and upper-case
subcommands, thanks to Reuben Thomas, an avid wajig user.
- There's a few other changes, so here's the gory details.