Release Notes: Color hex values in the config file starting with a hash mark were treated as comments.
Release Notes: Paracal processes were hanging around after running paralogger. Messages about Eterm 0.9.2 being unsupported have been fixed.
Release Notes: A fix for reported problems about being unable to calibrate (when calibrating and launching Eterm, paralogger forces name AND title to "paracal-$$"), Makefile installs the docs, and cleanups to the .spec file.
Release Notes: This release fixes a bug with the -single and -color option which when combined could cause colortail to read its configuration files in the wrong order.
Release Notes: It now makes use of the -q option if used with the latest CVS version of Eterm 0.9.1 so that the Eterm(s) refuses to take keyboard input.
Release Notes: Ability to make use of colortail with the -color option and use a different colortail configuration for each log file which can be specified in the file /etc/colortail.map, better control over verbose output, completion of the command line parser which now uses getopt, all command line options are the same as Eterm's options, a huge manpage update, automatic saving or loading of a configuration file, ability to be used with various versions of Eterm without any intervention from the user, and misc. other bugfixes and cleanups.
Release Notes: Paralogger now discards directories and other types of binary files., the options "-nowait" and "-g" work correctly now and a workaround for an old version of textutils has been included.
Release Notes: The size of the Eterm invoked is now calculated dynamically (using xwininfo) so the cascading of the terminals should now work correctly with all fonts and sizes of the Eterm window. The cascading routine has been rewritten. A manpage has been written, and FreeBSD is now supported.
Release Notes: More bug fixes, and paralogger now parses the command line for the most-used options.
Release Notes: Bug fixes, better error handling. Paralogger now automatically starts cascading from bottom to top in horizontal cascade mode if the base placement mode is somewhere at the bottom of the screen. Also, in vertical cascade mode it now starts cascading from right to left if the base placement mode is somewhere to the right of the screen.