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  •  30 Oct 2013 09:02
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    Release Notes: This release adds fixes for OS X Mavericks, a --datfile option, support for Linux systems without energy_now and energy_full, and minor documentation tweaks.

    •  21 Oct 2013 10:14
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      Release Notes: This release shows swap usage (enabled by --swap parameter), and adds simple output testing and support for /sys/class ACPI.

      •  01 Aug 2013 07:02
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        Release Notes: This release implements fallback to the plain 16 colors if the installed version of Term::ANSIColor is outdated, and computes the "unaccounted" memory on Linux.

        •  06 Apr 2013 14:00
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          Release Notes: This release allows the configuration file to be specified via the RAINBARF environment variable, uses select() instead of sleep() for faster execution under Linux, enhances documentation, and adds better CPAN compliance.

          •  04 Mar 2013 17:02
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            Release Notes: This release adds FreeBSD compatibility and can show the remaining time with no battery symbol.

            •  26 Feb 2013 11:42
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              Release Notes: This release adds support for the 256-color palette, support for ~/.rainbarf.conf, and code cleanup.

              •  17 Feb 2013 21:21
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                Release Notes: This release adds an option which displays the time remaining until the battery is fully charged/empty, and removes a 1s delay after executing top(1).

                •  13 Feb 2013 12:59
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                  Release Notes: Bundled with the Module::Build installer, updated docs (Installation and Configuration sections), and released to CPAN.

                  •  11 Feb 2013 14:11
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                    Release Notes: This release uses the "CPU utilization %" metric instead of the "load average" by default. CPU/RAM stats are pulled from a single call to top(1) on Mac OS X (Linux still accesses /proc for everything). Shebang has been changed to use Perl from PATH instead of the hardcoded /usr/bin/perl.

                    •  04 Feb 2013 09:45
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                      Release Notes: Bugfixes, screen(1) compatibility, fewer dependencies, a smaller runtime footprint, and memory allocation bar reordering.

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