Tuesday, 25 March 2014

procenv update

Earlier today I released procenv 0.34. Quite a bit has changed since version 0.27 including:
  • Recognises AARCH64, SuperH (fix), PPC64, PPCspe, PPC64LE, OpenRISC systems.
  • Added symbolic names in '--ranges'.
  • Displays Linux binary personality (and flags).
  • Improved '--capabilities' output showing not only bounding set, but also whether each capability is supported, permitted, effective and inheritable values.
  • Added '--memory' which shows NUMA memory details.
  • Added '--cpu' which displays CPU affinity details.
  • Added rpm spec file allowing it to build on RHEL5, Fedora, etc.
  • Improved '--sizeof' which now shows lots more standard types.
  • Displays FreeBSD Capsicum capabilities.
  • Lots of fixes.
Version 0.34 is now available in Debian sid whilst Ubuntu Trusty will be released with procenv 0.33 (which lacks the binary personality information).

Take a look at the links on the main procenv page to see the different environments that it is currently building in (the build logs show the build environments as procenv runs itself as part of its build):

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