BinClock is a program which shows the system time in a binary format. It supports showing the time with seven different colors, and it can run a loop that prints the time every second. The colors can be configured with a config file.
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|Operating Systems||Unix Windows|
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Release Notes: A new -n command line option that prints an additional time in human readable format was added. An error is no longer generated if the config file contains spaces after an '='. Some of the functions were rewritten.
Release Notes: A few bugfixes were made and better config file handling was implemented. It is now possible to change the characters for printing in the config file by using a "char_one=character,char_zero=character" command.
Release Notes: The parse error is printed on the screen: if binclock is called with false options, it starts like binclock --help. Parse errors are detected in the config file. There is a better Debian package.
Release Notes: Small source changes.