From the ChangeLog:

The short version is "obdsim much better, works on windows. Logger can now take guesses at what car supports, if car claims to support nothing". I talked about the newest obdsim features in this thread

Version 0.11 (released 2009-11-25)
Logger: Recognise multi-line serial output, break out line parsing
Logger: Work on reading error codes
Logger: Always clean up serial port on early exit
Sim: bugfixes
Sim: Move to stdlib read/write instead of stdio
Sim: Simplify output mechanism
Sim: Use /dev/ptmx if posix_openpt isn't available
Sim: Optionally attach a screen session
Sim: Add "Cycle" generator
Sim: Add longdesc to generators so they can self-document
Docs: Add manpage for obdsim-dbus
Sim: Convert to C++. Make simport abstract class
Sim: Implement posix, windows simport classes
Logger: Don't offer to daemonise on windows
Sim: Support logging all serial comms
Sim: Allow command-line options for faking AT{Z,@1}
Logger: Attempt to guess supported PIDs if car reports zero for 0100
Sim: Add shell of megasquirt code

Gary (-;