All releases of Arbitrary Command Output Colourer

  •  27 Feb 2005 06:30
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    Release Notes: SIGPIPE is now caught while exiting.

    •  01 Nov 2004 02:55
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      Release Notes: It is now possible to use regular expressions in program specs, such as [ps -.*(e.*f|f.*e)]. A bug was fixed where having /usr/acoc/bin in one's $PATH could cause acoc to be invoked multiple times.

      •  23 Oct 2004 13:50
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        Release Notes: A user-definable config file may now be specified in $ACOCRC, and new coloring specs were added for netstat, nmap, and other commands.

        •  05 Apr 2004 09:51
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          Release Notes: The handling of command line glob arguments that expand to strings containing single quotes was fixed. Previously, such expansions interacted poorly with /bin/sh and would result in a failure to run the given command. The ARGV array is now expanded to its constituent parts when passed to the colour method. A superfluous debugging statement was removed.

          •  05 Feb 2004 09:01
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            Release Notes: This version catches SIGCHLD on all systems.

            •  12 Jan 2004 11:49
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              Release Notes: This version correctly propagates the exit status of the wrapped program back to its caller.

              •  10 Dec 2003 14:41
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                Release Notes: A bug has been fixed which caused the /r flag to work only on the first program spec on which it appeared.

                •  12 Sep 2003 18:32
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                  Release Notes: A bug has been fixed that caused signals not to be passed to child processes attached to a pseudo-TTY. Additionally, ping is now allocated a pseudo-TTY, as its behaviour changes if stdout is not a TTY.

                  •  31 Jul 2003 05:34
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                    Release Notes: A bug in the signal handling was fixed.

                    •  18 Jul 2003 17:56
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                      Release Notes: If available, the external Ruby/TPty library is once again used for pseudo-terminals, because of unreliability with the built-in PTY library. The program now runs under Ruby 1.6.x again.

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