A new dfc version is (finally) out: 3.1.0
This release has seen a major code refactoring, a port to Solaris and JSON export.
Last major dfc release was almost 5 years ago. Needless to say that it was time for a new release! In the future, I plan to release more often with less features. This will be easy now that the major code refactoring I wanted to do is done. Therefore, I renamed the
stable branch to
old-stable and the
master branch is now the stable branch.
This release contains a number of new features, a bunch of bug fixes and some (minor) incompatible changes.
Download link: v3.1.0
- Major code refactoring: now, platform specific code is clearly separated (see
src/platform), the auto-adjust feature should also be more accurate.
- Solaris support.
- The CSV separator can be specified via the configuration file (defaults to ",").
- In addition to the already export formats (CSV, text, tex and HTML), dfc is able to export the information as JSON (no additional dependency required).
- Add support for bold font via the configuration file
- Add -M option to disable "Mounted On" information.
- Add Dutch translation.
- Add git revision to the dfc version string for development versions of dfc.
A number of bugs were also fixed:¶
- Fix type not respecting -W flag.
- Fix alignment issue when both -M and -o options are specified.
- Plug a few memory leaks.
- Escape mount options with "" when exporting to CSV as mount options may typically contain a ",".
- Linux: avoid stat'ing remote file system when local flag is given (prevents dfc from potentially hanging on remote file systems).
- Consider nfs4 a remote filesystem.
- Correctly link math library (fixes build on, at least, Ubuntu).
- Remove a few extra incorrect CSV separators in CSV export mode.
- Silently ignore EACCESS error on statvfs.
- Fix build failure on Hurd.
- Fix build failure on kFreeBSD.
And some minor incompatible changes:¶
- Remove "GRIM" compile option - compile flags previously set by "grim" are now defaults.
- Stop translating color names in the configuration file - now, only "English" names are understood.
As always, thanks to all the dfc contributors!
- Adam Borowski
- Alexandre Perrin
- Baptiste Daroussin
- Cyril Roelandt
- Frank Villaro-Dixon
- Kevin Gillieron
- Landry Breuil
- Matthieu Le Jeune
- Sylvain Laperche
- Tobias Patzl
- Michiel Pater
- Andreas Rönnquist
The next dfc release will probably (finally) accept mount points as argument, just like regular df does. This is a long awaited feature that I miss from dfc and that many people seem to want as well.