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A simple program which can be used to monitor active TCP connections
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Simplified the connection.c:key_cmp()

Simply use ss_match() instead of doing the address comparisions
with yet another helper functions.
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Makefile Removed the pcap packet scout
README Support for OS X added



 tcpstat is a simple program which can be used to monitor active TCP
 connections. Think about a cross between 'top' and 'netstat'. 

 Tcpstat is written in C and uses ncurses for UI. While still pretty much under
 the development, the program has reached a state where it might actually be
 usefull. If it only had proper help and man pages. 

 Tcpstat supports currently Linux, OpenBSD and OS X systems. Not all functionality
 is yet available on OpenBSD or OS X.


 The program is licensed under two-clause BSD license. 


 Note that currently GNU make is needed to build the program on OpenBSD or OS X.

 Edit the Makefile to suit your needs. Type '(g)make' optionally followed by
 '(g)make install'

 If you want to enable the debug information, edit src/defs.h and remove
 comments around #define DEBUG. Then rebuild the application. If built with
 debugging enabled, the program will write debug information to file debug.txt.


 The program has '--help' option which should provide some information on the
 available command line parameters.


 Send all bug reports, improvement ideas and such to

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