Dear Rubyists,

I have released Trollop 1.15. This release is dedicated to my fellow wrinkled,
old-fashioned, out-moded throwbacks who still use the commandline instead of
clicking on their webapp.

Trollop is a commandline option parser for Ruby that just gets out of your way.
One line of code per option is all you need to write. For that, you get a nice
automatically-generated help page, robust option parsing, subcommand support,
and sensible defaults for everything you don't specify.

It's one file. If you don't want to gem install it, just copy the damn thing
into your lib/ directory and get off my lawn.

Main page: http://trollop.rubyforge.org
Release announcements and comments: http://all-thing.net/label/trollop/

== FEATURES/PROBLEMS

- Dirt-simple usage.
- Sensible defaults. No tweaking necessary, much tweaking possible.
- Support for long options, short options, short option bundling, and
  automatic type validation and conversion.
- Support for subcommands.
- Automatic help message generation, wrapped to current screen width.
- Lots of unit tests.

== REQUIREMENTS

* A burning desire to write less code.

== CHANGES in 1.15

* Don't raise an exception when out of short arguments (thanks to Rafael
  Sevilla for pointing out how dumb this behavior was).
-- 
William <wmorgan-ruby-talk / masanjin.net>