Hi All,

The Minishift team is pleased to announce the release of Minishift 1.5.0. 

Minishift [1] is a command-line tool that provisions and manages a
single-node OpenShift cluster. You can run Minishift on GNU/Linux,
Microsoft Windows or macOS.

Release Highlights

This release adds several new features, enhancements, and bug fixes, including:
* Multi-line description in add-on file

  You can now write a multi-line description of the add-on which describes well about the add-on.

* --memory flag accepts values in GB/MB

  Now, --memory flag during start command accepts human readable values for memory like 5 GB, 2048 MB etc. 

This release also includes many changes and bug fixes, which are detailed in the release notes [2]. For information about getting started, using, and developing Minishift, see the documentation [3].

Please try the new release. The easiest upgrade path is by simply running: '$ minishift update'. We are looking forward to your feedback. 

The Minishift community hangs out at #minishift channel on Freenode and it is the perfect place to discuss anything Minishift-related.

You can sign up for our mailing list [4] to receive development updates, questions about Minishift, suggest ideas and talk to the community. 

[1] https://github.com/minishift/minishift
[2] https://github.com/minishift/minishift/releases/tag/v1.5.0
[3] https://docs.openshift.org/latest/minishift
[4] https://lists.minishift.io/admin/lists/minishift.lists.minishift.io

Budh Ram Gurung
Software Engineer - Devtools