cpop is a network popup message system that uses the jpop protocol and a simple GTK+ interface. It provides handy popup messages for LAN messaging or just sending yourself reminder messages. This version is the UNIX/GTK+ native version. The cross-platform, Java version is called jpop.
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Release Notes: The timezone is now stored in a string, and it's at the end where it makes sense to be. A minor memory leak was fixed. An alert server was added at user request. This server displays unobtrusive messages for a few seconds in the corner of your screen. Multiple messages queue up. This server is good for people who have a heavy message density, but whose messages aren't vital. Some weird cpsend regressions were fixed. The code was almost completely rewritten.
Release Notes: This release cleans up muddled info text, adds multiple port support, and adds an option to use GNOME style button priorities (sets the primary button to be on the right).
Release Notes: Generally nicer as it now uses a newer GTK+ version. PANGO textrendering = prettier text. Time information has been added. Pango styles are used to make host/time info unobtrusive. Code cleanup. The window title has been changed to Message rather than Information.
Release Notes: This version features major bugfixes, and adds GUI and console-based clients.
No changes have been submitted for this release.