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This new version has the following major changes:
- Bytestrings are no longer used for the BootRecord and BootRecordStrings values.
- GetDevInfo must now be called from the commandline with "-m getdevinfo" instead of "-m getdevinfo.getdevinfo".
- Error logging has been introduced. During use when imported as a Python module, errors will be logged to /tmp/getdevinfo.errors
- The documentation is now available under the GFDLv1.3+, instead of GPLv3+.
Other than that, various bug fixes and improvements to error handling have been included in this release.
This is also available on gitlab (https://www.gitlab.com/hamishmb/getdevinfo) and the Python Package Index (https://pypi.org/pypi/getdevinfo).
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