PerfMonG 0.2.5 Released

I finally got around to rolling up the installer for the newest version of PerfMonG. Release 0.2.5 has bunch of small updates that improve the usability. I added small tweaks to the interface that now allow you to control the threshold beyond which the CPU counter changes color to blue or red. Mike made sure that the tool works well in dual screen configuration, and doesn’t disappear off the screen when you disconnect one of the monitors.

I merged the release_0.2.5_candidate branch into the HEAD of the trunk, and also created a new tag for this version. At this moment all 3 locations contain the same code, but the trunk will probably start changing soon. If you want the bleeding edge code, check out from the trunk. Otherwise, get it from the 0.2.5 tag.

We still have a long way to go, and much tweaking and refactoring to do before I’m truly happy with it. But, it is slowly starting to shape up into a nifty little tool.

If you are to lazy to click any links, and you have no clue what I’m talking about, let me explain. PerfMonG is my small open source project – a minimalistic performance monitor for windows written in .NET. I mentioned it once before. If you are a windows user, or a .NET programmer definitely check it out, and contribute if you can. :)

[tags]PerfMonG, performance monitor, cpu monitor, google code, perfmong 0.2.5[/tags]

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2 Responses to PerfMonG 0.2.5 Released

  1. Miloš UNITED STATES Mozilla Firefox Windows says:

    It looks very cool…good job! Are you still working on a Twitter client?

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  2. Luke UNITED STATES Mozilla Firefox Ubuntu Linux says:

    Yeah, but I haven’t touched the code it in a while. It’s here btw if you want to look at the code. :)

    There is not much done yet – I have bare bones functionality, getting your timeline from twitter, sending updates, and parsing xml output.

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