0.43 Released

To support the JBoss Forge2 Beta2 release we released 0.43 on friday. 0.43 is a rather big release with several new features and API changes. Internally we changed how input is parsed so it should be working better with lagging and pasted input.

After some discussion we realized that man (manual pages) would be more fitting in the main repo. During the port to main we also changed how it works. Other stuff we’ve added:

  • CommandValidation

  • Possible to override required options (Option.overrideRequired)

  • Graphics!

  • Better Color support/features

  • Possible to specify color/text-type for options

  • ls/grep/cd commands have been added to extensions (still in beta stage)

For more info, read the Release notes.

0.34 Released

First… - sorry for the lack of documentation updates! Æsh has been continously updated and is used in even more projects than before. After version 0.33 we made some big changes to the API. - we made Æsh multithreaded! The biggest change is that Console.read(..) is gone as you know it. Instead we’ve added a callback (called ConsoleCallback) which will be called whenever the user press enter. Æsh extensions is also pushed to maven and has some very exiting features like less,more and man. More info regarding the extensions will be added later. - and yes, the docs are updated to the latest API changes.


0.24 Released

We have been pushing out new releases fairly often recently. 0.23 was released last friday, the release notes can be found here. Today we released version 0.24. There are no API changes except that the ANSI.class was changed to better work in combination with other strings. The command line parser was also enhanced to better support quotes and escaped spaces. Æsh also support multiline edits with the use of \ at the end of the line which is similar to how it work on posix shells. We’ve also added a better way of controlling logging. From now on no logging will be performed if its not enabled in Settings or by setting the aesh.logging property to true. Enjoy!

Latest News

back to top