./sysutils/htop, Enhanced version of top utility

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Branch: CURRENT, Version: 1.0.1, Package name: htop-1.0.1, Maintainer: pkgsrc-users

This is htop, an interactive process viewer.

Comparison between 'htop' and 'top'
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

* In 'htop' you can scroll the list vertically and horizontally
to see all processes and full command lines.
* In 'top' you are subject to a delay for each unassigned
key you press (especially annoying when multi-key escape
sequences are triggered by accident).
* 'htop' starts faster ('top' seems to collect data for a while
before displaying anything).
* In 'htop' you don't need to type the process number to
kill a process, in 'top' you do.
* In 'htop' you don't need to type the process number or
the priority value to renice a process, in 'top' you do.
* In 'htop' you can kill multiple processes at once.
* 'top' is older, hence, more tested.


Required to run:
[sysutils/desktop-file-utils] [devel/ncursesw]

Required to build:
[devel/libtool-base]

Master sites:

SHA1: bad226ec887a2b7ea5042879ed18e067812d030e
RMD160: c13d438438c5ab8c15c056f7064ae6edb26ec8d9
Filesize: 375.667 KB

Version history: (Expand)


CVS history: (Expand)


   2012-10-23 21:51:39 by Aleksej Saushev | Files touched by this commit (447)
Log message:
Drop superfluous PKG_DESTDIR_SUPPORT, "user-destdir" is default these days.
   2012-03-21 19:28:41 by Matthias Drochner | Files touched by this commit (7) | Package updated
Log message:
update to 1.0.1
changes:
-UI improvements, UTF-8/wcurses support
-Performance improvements
-XDG compliance
-bugfixes
   2011-12-10 15:36:38 by Aleksey Cheusov | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Remove useless .include "../../mk/bsd.prefs.mk"
   2011-12-10 14:28:43 by Aleksey Cheusov | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
Unconditionally pass ac_cv_file__proc_stat=yes and
   ac_cv_file__proc_meminfo=yes to "configure" script. As a result htop
   will be built regardless of /proc is mounted or not (bulk builds).
Enable htop PR 39881 on NetBSD, Linux and FreeBSD only where
  Linux-compatible procfs is available.
   2011-08-06 18:36:41 by Aleksey Cheusov | Files touched by this commit (7) | Package updated
Log message:
Update to version 0.9. This fixes build failures on Linux (PR 44001).
Support for NetBSD was added.
Fixes for pkglint warnings. Oked by wiz@
   2008-07-14 14:56:20 by Joerg Sonnenberger | Files touched by this commit (563)
Log message:
Mark as destdir ready.
   2007-06-03 14:54:00 by Juan Romero Pardines | Files touched by this commit (2) | Package updated
Log message:
Update to 0.6.6:

* Add support of NLWP field
  (thanks to Bert Wesarg)
* BUGFIX: Fix use of configurable /proc location
  (thanks to Florent Thoumie)
* Fix memory percentage calculation and make it saner
  (thanks to Olev Kartau for the report)
* Added display of DRS, DT, LRS and TRS
  (thanks to Matthias Lederhofer)
* BUGFIX: LRS and DRS memory values were flipped
  (thanks to Matthias Lederhofer)
* BUGFIX: Don't crash on very high UIDs
  (thanks to Egmont Koblinger)
   2007-05-25 21:30:21 by Alistair G. Crooks | Files touched by this commit (4) | Imported package
Log message:
Initial import of htop-0.6.5 into the Packages Collection.

htop is an enhanced version of top, the interactive process viewer,
which can display the list of processes in a tree form, like pstree.

	This is htop, an interactive process viewer.

	Comparison between 'htop' and 'top'
	~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

	 * In 'htop' you can scroll the list vertically and horizontally
	   to see all processes and full command lines.
	 * In 'top' you are subject to a delay for each unassigned
	   key you press (especially annoying when multi-key escape
	   sequences are triggered by accident).
	 * 'htop' starts faster ('top' seems to collect data for a while
	   before displaying anything).
	 * In 'htop' you don't need to type the process number to
	   kill a process, in 'top' you do.
	 * In 'htop' you don't need to type the process number or
	   the priority value to renice a process, in 'top' you do.
	 * In 'htop' you can kill multiple processes at once.
	 * 'top' is older, hence, more tested.