Release Notes: Named semaphores are now used in both Linux/BSD and Windows versions. Code to enable POSIX compliant semaphores (named and unnamed) under the mingw-w64 build chain is now included. This semaphore code is BSD licensed (unlike the rest of the libtubo code) and will be included in future releases until mingw-w64 enables POSIX compliant semaphores.
Release Notes: This version now supports Windows (>=XP-sp1). A Tubo_exec() function was added for this functionality, but the function also works in Linux/BSD. Documentation needs to be updated, but that will have to wait until next release. Meanwhile, look into the tubo.h file to see how to use the new Windows functionality. There is also an example program (called "example") that works as a template for creating your own calls. The Windows version can be built from a tarball with the MingW or MingW-64 toolchains.
Release Notes: This release updates the gtk-doc documentation. A binary .deb and .rpm are now available.
Release Notes: A Tubo_child() function was added for obtaining the PID of the secondary process. This will allow for the full rodent-ps popup menu over the little run button. The library now aborts when malloc returns null (computer out of memory) just to be safe. CPU usage was reduced and response speed was increased by eliminating NO_HANG polling for the little run button control. The GLib dependency was removed, leaving only Pthreads and shm.
Release Notes: This release is a much faster implementation. Threads are used for better control of input/output. This is the choice for multicore processors.
Release Notes: Some control bugfixes. The version has been updated to the xffm scheme, as this package is now distributed with xffm.
Release Notes: Improved zombie control and BSD/Solaris compatibility.
Release Notes: This release fixes the problem of a double fork terminating on grandchild exit instead of child pipe closing (race condition).
Release Notes: Separation from Xffm code to become an individual non-dependent package. The only requirement is glib.