1 - Initial release to an unsuspecting world - This is mostly a testing release and not yet recommended for normal use. 2 - Fix download and self-update command 3 - Download less during builds by using `--git-cache-dir` rakudo option on newer rakudos - Add `rakubrew-version` command to list version and some debug info - Fix `download` and `self-upgrade` commands - Don't error on startup when a broken version is present (e.g. a failed build) - Fix `shim` mode on Windows - Accept "moar-2020.01" style versions in addition to "moar 2020.01" in `build` and `download` commands 4 - Hopefully make it run on older MacOS as well by switching to a different Perl distribution. (#3) - Enable building Rakudos on MacOS even though Rakudo currently doesn't support building in a folder with spaces. This only works with new enough Rakudos. 5 - Change default installation directory to ~/.rakubrew and C:\rakubrew. - Better detect Configure.pl options. This should increase compatibility with older Rakudo releases. - Warn user when installing to a folder with spaces in its path. - Add some minimal testing of rakubrew. - Fix build version shell auto completion. 6 - Move to Dist::Zilla as packaging tool. - Tune documentation a bit. 7 - Fix `download` and `self-upgrade` commands on Linux when not having IPC::Run3 installed. - Fix `download` and `self-upgrade` commands on MacOS and Windows. 8 - Fix more bugs in `self-upgrade` command. Tested on Linux and Windows. 9 - Fix `download` command on MacOS. Now actually tested on MacOS! - Default to `moar` backend in `build` and `download` commands. 10 - Implement Tcsh support. The implementation includes auto-complete. - Fix `test` and `triple` commands. 11 - Improve Tcsh detection when the shell is named 'csh'. - Be a bit more robust in the Tcsh hook. 12 - Fix "Couldn't find a precomp release" with the download command when there actually is a matching release but some other release has a higher build revision.