Release Notes: This release introduces a few conky dependent plugins that are more economical in their CPU usage than their regular counterparts.
Release Notes: This release includes a lot of new plugins such as: beatclock.wmi (Swatch Internet Time), dice.wmi (a dice to toss), clock.wmi (a semi-analog clock), fuzzy-clock.wmi (the time in plain English), and acrobats-*.wmi, cyclist.wmi, golfer.wmi, and ostrich.wmi (different animated plugins). Other highlights include an improved online script, improved FORECAST entries in conky.conf, rewritten cpumon.wmi and iching.wmi plugins, and a lot of minor changes.
Release Notes: This release introduces minor updates concerning conky.conf THINKPAD entries, a few plugins, and counter and timestring scripts.
Release Notes: This release solves some bugs concerning the problems appearing in the different Linux distributions and issues with the newer Lenovo ThinkPad laptops, adds new features such as regular expressions used as the update parameters, and offers a lot of other improvements.
Release Notes: This release accepts the plugins written in different scripting languages and the binary plugins. The program and most of the plugins use less of the CPU power. It accepts all characters from ISO-8859-[1,2,5] encodings and can display much more lines of the text. It is possible to rerun the plugins manually on demand. The program can run multi-screen plugins. The tarball includes many new plugins and scripts. Most of the plugins and the scripts were improved. The documentation was revised and improved. The wminfo uses ~/.wminfo directory and new conky settings.
Release Notes: This release solves all bugs encountered so far, works more smoothly on different machines and in different Linux distributions, adds a lot of new plugins – most of them conky-related – and offers numerous other additions, modifications, and updates. The README.1st document enable quick start with wminfo and the provided plugins. The total number of available plugins is now 69.