0.9.3 === Ahem, problems with the new release script... 0.9.2 === Fix xcodebuild log filename 0.9.1 === Fix cmake and configure build. 0.9 === Specifying repos with mulle-bootstrap build <repos> was broken. Added -y option, so everything is answered YES. I use this all the time. Log xcodebuild command line into logfile. Fix useless errors during dry run. ** Changed the way custom "build.sh" scripts are executed. ** You can give a xcodeproj to mulle-bootstrap xcode directly, nice for sharing dependencies with many subprojects. Fixes the collection and dispensal of built frameworks. Added logging to various 'cd' commands. Collect and dispense symbolic links for directories too (not just for files) Beautified output a little bit. Respect the terse flag (-s) during mulle-bootstrap xcode add. Add VENDOR_PREFIX to mulle-bootstrap-tag as third parameter. 0.8.1 === And the fix, just minutes after the "release". warn scripts didn't find a function, and now I have cleaned this up properly, I think. No more duplicate functions. 0.8 === Added dist shortcut, because I always like to type "dist-clean". Allow upper-case user input for yes/no questions. Write protect dependencies folder, because I have a tendency to edit the headers. Automatically append boring directories to .gitignore after fetch. Inverted script default answer, because it pains me. Also it's not useful when using -a to just "breeze" through. Redirect build logs to "build/.repos/.logs", because especially xcodebuild is just too verbose. 0.7.1 === Fixed an internal error, when using mulle-bootstrap update. 0.7 === Added version command 0.6 === Improve scripts handling and add a some new phases to the proceedings. Actually the whole script stuff didn't work before... Scripts in general aren't documented yet, because it's still very much in fluctuation. More output during setting inheritance. Fix proper inheritance of build_order and build_ignore. Lots of en-passant bug fixes. Should be in general better than 0.5 Add -V option. Added new did-install script phase. Depending on actual usage, I'll probably ditch some of the other phases again. This is all in flux.