Hi all,

The Win32Utils Team is happy to announce the release 0.3.0 of
win32-eventlog.

What is it?
===========
A Ruby interface for reading from and writing to the Windows Event
Log.

What's new?
===========
* The notify_change() and tail() methods have been added.  These allow
you to put a watch on the event log, yielding a block with the latest
record whenever a record is written to the log.

* The read() method now returns an array of structs if no block is
given.

* Added the 'rubymsg.mc' message category file.  If installed, this
will create a 'RubyMsg' event source for (eventual) use with
win32-service, though you may use it for whatever you wish.  See the
README for more details.

* Added the write() alias for report_event().

* One bug fix involving EventLog::SEEK_READ.

Where is it?
============
You can find it on the RAA or on RubyForge at
http://www.rubyforge.org/projects/win32utils.

Enjoy!

- The Win32Utils Team