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0.4.0 (March 18, 2012) - Complete rewrite of pretty much everything. * Otherwise, the 'fpm' command functionality should be the same * Please let me know if something broke! - Now has an API (see examples/api directory) - Also has a proper test suite - Updated the rpm spec generator to disable all the ways I've found rpmbuild to molest packages. This means that fpm-generated rpms will no longer strip libraries, move files around, randomly mutate jar files, etc. - Add --license and --vendor settings (via Pieter Loubser) - python support: try to name python packages sanely. Some pypi packages are literally called 'python-foo' so make sure we generate packages named 'python-foo' and not 'python-python-foo' (via Thomas Meson) - rpm support: Add --rpm-rpmbuild-define for passing a --define flag to rpmbuild (via Naresh V) - PHP pear source support (fpm -s pear ...) (via Andrew Gaffney)0.3.10 (Oct 10, 2011) - Allow taking a list of files/inputs on stdin with '-' or with the --inputs flag. (Matt Patterson) - (python) pass -U to easy_install (Khalid Goudeaux) - (debian) quote paths in md5sum calls (Matt Patterson) - (debian) quiet stderr from dpkg --print-architecture0.3.9 (Sep 8, 2011) - Fix bug in 'dir' source that breaks full paths - Added a bunch of tests (yaay)0.3.8 and earlier: I have not kept this file up to date very well... Sorry :(0.2.29 (May 20, 2011) - Add 'tar' source support. Useful for binary releases to repackage as rpms and debs. Example: fpm -s tar -t rpm -n firefox -v 4.0.1 \ --prefix /opt/firefox/4.0.1 firefox-4.0.1.tar.bz20.2.28 (May 18, 2011) - Use --replaces as "Obsoletes" in rpms.0.2.27 (May 18, 2011) - If present, DEBEMAIL and DEBFULLNAME environment variables will be used as the default maintainer. Previously the default was simply <$user@$hostname> https://github.com/jordansissel/fpm/issues/37 - Add '--replaces' flag for specifying packages replaced by the one you are building. This only functions in .deb packages now until I find a suitable synonym in RPM. - Add --python-bin and --python-easyinstall flags. This lets you choose specific python and easy_install tools to use when building. Default is simply 'python' and 'easy_install' respectively. - Add support for ~/.fpmrc - The format of this file is the same as the flags. One flag per line. https://github.com/jordansissel/fpm/issues/38 Example: --python-bin=/usr/bin/python2.7 --python-easyinstall=/usr/bin/easy_install18.104.22.168 and earlier No changelist tracked. My bad, yo.