--only-cook '!<regexp>' enables confident mode where every
possible prompt that matches a regexp is cooked immediately
(so that even prompts that get printed while handling a large
paste are cooked).
--no-children (-N) now enables direct mode whenever the client
switches to the alternate screen. This makes editors and pagers
usable even when using --always-readline on non-linux systems
--always-echo echoes user input even when the client has
switched off ECHO.
filter makefilter to easily employ shell commands (like sed,
or grep) as rlwrap filters
filters can change (some) bindable and internal readline
variables with a new RlwrapFilter method tweak_readline_oob()
rlwrap enables bracketed-paste when instructed to do so by .inputrc, but would then never disable it at exit.
rlwrap -z (i.e. rlwrap when using a filter) would still open /tmp/rlwrap.debug after forking the filter command, preventing other users from running it afterwards
rlwrap would always open /tmp/rlwrap.debug after forking child command, preventing other users from running it.
Fix args to setitimer() call to prevent EINVAL error on return
advise about --always-readline if in direct mode at first user ENTER keystroke
check for I_SWROPT even if isastream() is present (compile would fail on Oracle linux)
rlwrap now correctly handles bracketed paste
--ansi-colour-aware (-A) didn't do anything at all. Now it recognises colour codes as well as common control codes like window titles.