px 1.0.29-1 source package in Ubuntu


px (1.0.29-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * New upstream release (1.0.29):
    + Refresh debian/patches
    + Remove unnecessary patch debian/patches/000-fix-ptop-man.patch

 -- Josue Ortega <email address hidden>  Mon, 30 Dec 2019 15:47:04 -0600

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px_1.0.29-1.debian.tar.xz 3.9 KiB a33b7f2a9a29e750781508440611f5d0d9bb03ed3d4b55d76c2ad254b7724c7a

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px: ps and top for human beings

 px parses command lines from Python, Ruby, Node, Perl, Java,
 bash, zh, sh command lines and show you what is actually running.
 px can filter processes by owner ("px root"), search for processes
 by command line ("px python", like "pgrep"), and list processes in
 a helpful order.
 ptop periodically displays a sorted list of system processes. Processes are
 sorted with the highest CPU users at the top.
 ptop is capable of decode Python, Ruby, Perl, Node, Java, bash, sh,
 zsh command lines and show you what is actually running.
 Shows an stable output by counting CPU time since ptop started.
 ptop provides a system load histogram rather for presenting the
 three uptime numbers and shows system load in relation to the number
 of logical and physical cores in the system.