VersionReleased Dependency changes Downloads/mo MSRV
0.3.14 [git] Jan 25, 2023 100 1.65~1.64
0.3.13 [git] Jan 24, 2023 57 1.65~1.64
0.3.12 [git] Jan 14, 2023 200 1.65~1.64
0.3.11 [git] Dec 30, 2022 110 1.61~1.60
0.3.10 [git] Nov 17, 2022 1 1.60
0.3.9 [git] Oct 22, 2022 27 1.60
0.3.8 [git] Oct 18, 2022 4 1.60
0.3.7 [git] Oct 14, 2022 1.60
0.3.6 [git] Oct 12, 2022 1.60
0.3.5 [git] Oct 11, 2022 1.60
0.3.4 [git] Oct 11, 2022 1.60
0.3.3 [git] Oct 9, 2022 1.60
0.3.2 [git] Oct 6, 2022 1.60
0.3.1 [git] Oct 4, 2022 1.60
0.3.0 [git] Oct 3, 2022 1.60
0.2.10 [git] Oct 2, 2022 3 1.60
0.2.8 [git] Oct 2, 2022 1.60
0.2.7 [git] Oct 1, 2022 21 1.60
0.2.5 [git] Sep 29, 2022 6 1.60
0.2.3 [git] Sep 29, 2022
  • clap 4.0.2
1.60
0.2.2 [git] Apr 2, 2022 5 1.56
0.2.1 [git] Jan 28, 2022 14 1.56
0.2.0 Jan 28, 2022
0.1.2 Jan 28, 2022
0.1.1 Jan 28, 2022
0.1.0 Jan 28, 2022 8
0.0.3 Jan 28, 2022
0.0.2 Jan 28, 2022
0.0.1 Jan 27, 2022

Minimum Supported Rust Version (MSRV) is only approximate. A range of two versions means "oldest rustc verified to work ~ oldest rustc that might work". Actual MSRV will vary depending on crate features, target platform, and dependency versions. The data is estimated based on the latest stable Rust version available at the time the crate has been published and cargo check on Linux/x86-64.