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# Release Version 0.3.3 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
# Feature: Add ftl address - returns a publicly accessible ip or hostname for a named instance.
# Release Version 0.3.2 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
* Feature: Add ftl templates (BETA)
* Feature: Load yml files from templates subdirectory if available (BETA)
* Bug Fix: ssh command usernames
# Release Version 0.3.1 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
* Allow spot requests to accept --count parameter
# Release Version 0.3.0 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
* Feature: Add ftl <script> to execute arbitrary ruby locally within ftl environment
* Feature: Add ftl ips to show Elastic IP addresses
* Feature: Add ftl stop to stop running instances
* Feature: Add ftl start to start running instances
* Feature: Add option to pass in spot request instance count
* Feature: Add ftl terminate to specifically terminate any instance vs only running ones
* Bug fix: Spot requests were launching as regular instances
* Bug fix: Other minor bug fixes and cleanups
# Release Version 0.2.4 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
* Add ftl <action> <server> to execute arbitrary commands on running instances
* Add ftl sample_config to see the latest sample ftl.yml
* Add ftl images # Shows AMIs associated with your account
# Release Version 0.2.3 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
* Add ftl status
* find_instances returns exact match preferentially
* Update README with more examples and setup
* Adds :keys config parameter
# Release Version 0.2.2 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
* Adds templates feature to config file
* Start and cancel spot requests
* Execution without parameters shows help screen
* Fixes various bugs
# Release Version 0.2.0 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
* First revamped release handling AWS in a more generic way
Previous releases were focused on starting up Pair Programming servers.
The latest releases can also be used for this but are more useful in a generic
AWS situation.