Just added version 1.5.13, which makes the default stdout “quiet” mode and adds a –verbose flag.  This may seem minor but is actually fairly significant both because it took me quite  bit of effort to figure out an elegant way to accomplish this (I had to learn how to use file descriptors to route stdout to a “backup” file descriptor) and because it signifies that PageKicker’s code is responding to use by third parties.  The motivation for this change was that I want to add a –help flag for use by operators, and to do this I had to undo the excessively verbosity of the previous version (because the –help command was being accompanied by a lot of excess verbos[iage]). Now, it will be straightforward to add the –help text, which will be in the next subdot release.





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