Tart stands for "The Automatic Random Tagline", a versatile, fast and feature-rich email signature generator. Tart features include random taglines, optional daemon functionality, display of current date, custom layout of signature, and "special date" tagline text. The command line syntax is simple and well explained. Linux tart is designed to be run as a stand-alone daemon, from crontab, or in your login script.
|Operating Systems||Posix compliant|
I have started a new tree for 3.10 development, but so far only minor documentation changes have been committed. Any feature requests?
Release Notes: This release fixes a buffer overrun, corrects a number of calls to printf and friends using incorrect syntax, checks the return value from all fgets-type calls for a clean compile and to Do The Right Thing, and changes the file naming convention for a few files.
Release Notes: The man page install problem that 3.06b was supposed to address was actually fixed. Some potential buffer overflows were fixed. mkstemp() is used instead of tmpnam(). The maximum signature length may be set during the configure process.
Release Notes: A minor install issue was fixed. No changes were made to the code. Users who successfully installed 3.06 need not upgrade.
Release Notes: Users can now specify an alternate configuration file on the commandline. This update should satisfy the request that 3.05 was supposed to satisfy.
Release Notes: The ability to specify a custom file (template) from the command line was added. Additional GPL text is now included inside the source files.