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* The pkg-build command now offers to automatically update dependent
packages that were reconfigured.
It also supports the following new options: --drop-prerequisite|-D,
--update-dependent|-U, --leave-dependent|-L, as well as the -K alias for
--keep-prerequisite. See the command's man page for details.
* The pkg-drop command now supports the following new options:
--keep-dependent|-K, --drop-prerequisite|-D, and --keep-prerequisite. See
the command's man page for details.
* Add support for repository authentication. The rep-create command can now
sign the repository, and cfg-fetch and rep-info commands can authenticate
the repository being fetched.
* Command line options and arguments can now be specified in any order. This
is especially useful if you want to re-run the previous command with -v:
bpkg update libfoo -v
* The pkg-build command now offers to drop prerequisite packages that are no
longer necessary. This can happen if a package that is being upgraded or
downgraded changes its prerequisite set. You can use the
--keep-prerequisite option to suppress this behavior.
* The pkg-build command now updates all packages at once (that is, with a
single build system invocation) instead of sequentially one at a time.
This should improve performance, especially once parallelism is supported.
* The rep-create command now loads the description-file and changes-file
files from the package archives and includes their contents inline into
the 'packages' manifest file.
* The pkg-build command no longer considers an argument as a potential
package directory unless it ends with a directory separator.
* First public release.