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Acli

0.1.32

- Provide info on EFS file systems and targets
  - Fix issue where authentication issues were hidden

0.1.31

- Add IAM user listing and user info
  - Fix secgroup list option
  - S3 - treat file as binary when getting md5

0.1.30

- Embed Six (remove external dependency)
  - Python 3 compatibility for S3

0.1.29

- Move s3 owner information to s3 info
  - Python 3 compatibility
  - Minor fixes

0.1.28

- Add s3 owner information

0.1.27

- Add s3 owner information

0.1.26

- Add basic support for EFS
  - Minor fixes

0.1.25

- Correct ec2 instance counts
  - Fix python 3 compatibility
  - Fix output issues with s3 and ec2
  - Upgrade dependencies

0.1.24

- Improve permission checks to prevent false negatives
  - Minor fixes

0.1.23

- Make it work with Python 2.6
  - Properly report a lack of (matching) AMIs
  - Let 'ls' option work for ami listing
  - Fail nicely if S3 directory transfer attempted (not able to sync dirs yet)
  - Check instance has tags before trying to filter on them

0.1.21

- Show instance counts in output for 'acli ec2 summary'
  
  - Add filtering/searching on AMI lists
  
  `example: acli ami ls --filter=webserver`

0.1.20

- Added ability to delete keys from S3
  
  `example: acli s3 rm mybucket/myfolder/mykey.txt`
  
  - Added filtering/searching on ec2 instance lists
  
  `example: acli ec2 ls --filter=nginx`
  
  - Added functions for cleaning up orphaned snapshots and unnamed and unattached volumes. (first run with --noop to check what will be removed.)
  
  `example: acli clean delete_orphaned_snapshots --noop`
  
  - Added bash completion script to allow tab completion of commands
  - Other minor fixes

0.1.18

- Add initial support for Amazon ElasticSearch
  - Minor output improvements and refactoring

0.1.17

- Allow use of ls instead of list for the various services
  - Only transfer between local and S3 if files differ