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Update Info: openSUSE-2016-787
Available in Package Hub : 12 GA-SP5





Change Logs

* Sun Aug 02 2015
- Add scriplets for desktop file handling
* Fri Feb 20 2015
- Cleanup of spec file with spec-cleaner.
- Enable oom score watching and native-affinity
* Mon May 19 2014
- Update to version 1.0.3
  * Tag all children ('c' key)
  * Fixes in accounting of guest time when using virtualization
  * Performance improvements
  * Further performance improvements due to conditional parsing
    of IO data depending on selected fields.
  * Better consistency in coloring.
  * Increase limit of buffer when tracing a deep nested process tree.
  * Display pagefault stats.
  * BUGFIX: Fix crash when adding meters and toggling detailed CPU time.
  * Add column to track the OOM-killer score of processes
  * Rebase htop-stdgnu.patch
* Thu Dec 26 2013
- improve autools build, we do not want packages
  using, for example std=c99, instead determine the
  latest C standard with gnu extensions using autoconf macros.
* Tue Nov 26 2013
- Better make install, remove %clean
* Mon Nov 12 2012
- update to htop-1.0.2
  * Add IO priority support ('i' key)
  * Avoid deleting .htoprc if it is a symlink
  * Fail gracefully when /proc is not mounted
    (thanks to Philipp Hagemeister)
  * Option to update process names on every refresh
    (thanks to Rob Hoelz)
  * BUGFIX: Fix crashes when process list is empty
* Fri Feb 17 2012
- update to htop-1.0.1 (bugfix release)
  * respecting $XDG_CONFIG_HOME
    (thanks to Hadzhimurad Ustarkhan for the suggestion.)
  * Safer behavior on the kill screen, to make it harder to kill
    the wrong process.
  * BUGFIX: behavior of 'F' (follow) key was broken, also affecting
    the persistence of mouse selections.
  * BUGFIX: keep main panel up-to-date when running the screen
    manager, to fix crash when processes die while on the F9/Kill
* Thu Nov 24 2011
- update to htop-1.0
  * Performance improvements
  * Support for splitting CPU meters into two or four columns
  * Switch from PLPA, which is now deprecated, to HWLOC.
  * Bring back support for native Linux sched_setaffinity,
    so we don't have to use HWLOC where we don't need to.
  * Support for typing in user names and column fields in selection
  * Support for UTF-8 tree drawing
  * Option for counting CPUs from zero
  * Meters update in every screen (no longer halting while on
    Setup, etc.)
  * Stricter checks for command-line options
  * Incremental filtering
  * Try harder to find the ncurses header
  * Man page updates
  * BUGFIX: Support larger numbers for process times.
  * BUGFIX: Segfault in BarMeterMode_draw() for small terminal
* Sat Jul 30 2011
- Use --enable-unicode and switch to ncurses ABI v6
* Mon Nov 29 2010
- update to htop-0.9
  * Add support for "steal"/guest CPU time measurement
    in virtualization environments
  * Expand and collapse subtrees using '+' and '-' when in tree-view
  * Support for cgroups
  * Show custom thread names
  * Add support for STARTTIME field
  * Upgrade PLPA to version 1.3.2
  * Fix license terms with regard to PLPA
  * getopt-based long options and --no-color
  * BUGFIX: Fix display of nan% in CPU meters
  * BUGFIX: Fix memory leak
  * Add Bash/emacs style navigation keys
  * Improve battery meter support
  * BUGFIX: Fix IO-wait color in "Black on White" scheme
  * BUGFIX: Fix search by process name when list is filtered by
  * BUGFIX: Fix alignment for display of memory values above 100G
- drop htop-non-printable-characters.patch (in upstream)
* Sun Oct 31 2010
- Use %_smp_mflags
* Mon Dec 14 2009
- enable parallel building
* Wed Jun 24 2009
- update to htop-0.8.3
  * BUGFIX: Fix crash on F6 key (thanks to Rainer Suhm)
  * BUGFIX: Fix a minor bug which affected the build process.
* Tue Jun 02 2009
- update to 0.8.2
  * Integrated lsof (press 'l')
  * Fix display of gigabyte-sized values
  * Option to display hostname in the meters area
  * Rename VEID to CTID in OpenVZ systems
  * Corrections to the desktop entry file
  * BUGFIX: Correct page size calculation for FreeBSD systems
  * Allow compilation without PLPA on systems that don't support it
  * BUGFIX: Fix missing tree view when userland threads are hidden
  * BUGFIX: Fix for VPID on OpenVZ systems
- Recommends strace and lsof
- use suse_update_desktop_file macro
* Fri Nov 21 2008
- add python to build requires
* Fri Nov 21 2008
- add python to build requires
* Tue Sep 23 2008
- Linux-VServer support
- battery meter
- fix collection of IO stats in multithreaded processes
- remove assertion that fails on hardened kernels
* Thu Jul 31 2008
- configure with --enable-taskstats to enable
  per-processes IO statistics
- use %configure and %makeinstall macros
* Fri Jul 11 2008
- update to htop 0.8
  * Ability to change sort column with the mouse by clicking
    column titles (click again to invert order)
  * Add support for Linux per-process IO statistics, enabled with
    the --enable-taskstats flag, which requires a kernel compiled
    with taskstats support.
  * Add Unicode support, enabled with the --enable-unicode flag,
    which requires libncursesw.  (thanks to Sergej Pupykin)
  * BUGFIX: Fix display of CPU count for threaded processes.  When
    user threads are hidden, process now shows the sum of
    processor usage for all processors. When user threads are
    displayed, each thread shows its own processor usage,
    including the root thread.
  * BUGFIX: avoid crashing when using many meters
- change source tarball format to bzip2
* Mon Nov 26 2007
- Update to htop 0.7
- Changes:
  * CPU affinity configuration ('a' key)
  * Improve display of tree view, properly nesting
  threads of the same app based on TGID.
  * IO-wait time now counts as idle time, which is a more
  accurate description. It is still available in
  split time, now called detailed CPU time.
  (thanks to Samuel Thibault for the report)
  * BUGFIX: Correct display of TPGID field
  * Add TGID field
  * BUGFIX: Don't crash with invalid command-line flags
  (thanks to Nico Golde for the report)
  * Fix GCC 4.3 compilation issues
  (thanks to Martin Michlmayr for the report)
  * OpenVZ support, enabled at compile-time with
  the --enable-openvz flag.
  (thanks to Sergey Lychko)