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Updated CHANGES and README files.

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== 0.9.2 - ???
+* Added cmdline support for OS X. Thanks go to Matthias Zirnstein for
+ the patch.
* Warning cleanup for 1.9.
* Updated the gem platform handling. Replaced the borked string approach
with a two element array for Gem::Platform.new.
* MS date strings are now parse with DateTime instead of Date.
+* Added a Gemfile.
== 0.9.1 - 3-Aug-2011
* Added the pctcpu and pctmem members for Linux.
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The cmdline member on Solaris is limited to 80 characters unless you (or
your program) own the process. This is a Solaris design flaw/feature.
-=== OS X
- At the moment you do not get the full command line string. The code required
- to get this information is obnoxious and I don't have any compelling desire
- to add it. However, if you're willing to submit a patch I'll accept it.
-
- You can find a good starting point with the OS X code found in Dan Urist's
- Proc::ProcessTable module. You can find that module on CPAN. Point your
- browser at http://search.cpan.org.
-
=== Thread Safety
I am not currently using a thread-safe version of readdir() for versions
of this library that use C. I am not especially concerned about it either.
@@ -95,7 +86,8 @@
euid, gid and guid info in the Linux version, along with some general
debugging help.
- Thanks go to David Felstead for the original OS X code.
+ Thanks go to David Felstead for the original OS X code. Thanks also go
+ to Matthias Zirnstein for adding cmdline support for OS X.
Finally I'd like to thank all the folks who have submitted bug reports
and/or patches.
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Artistic 2.0
== Copyright
- (C) 2003-2010 Daniel J. Berger
+ (C) 2003-2012 Daniel J. Berger
All Rights Reserved.
== Author
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