and also from the mirrors as soon as they catch up.
This is a minor release which fixes a couple of installation issues
and improves some of the documentation.
Stow is a tool for managing the installation of multiple software
packages to a shared run-time directory tree (e.g. /usr/local) via
symlinks, whilst keeping the files from each package separate. Whilst
it has often been used to manage system-wide software installations,
it also provides a clean mechanism for managing software and
configuration files in users' home directories. More information
is available at the homepage:
Below are the headline changes since 2.1.0 (see the ChangeLog for full
* Changes in version 2.1.1
** Fixed bug where ./configure --with-pmdir=X was ineffectual.
** Calculated the correct default value for pmdir based on the local Perl installation.
** Fixed some automake issues (thanks to Stefano Lattarini for spotting these!)
** Improved various bits of documentation.