tex-upmethodology provides a complete set of LaTeX styles that permit you to write documents according to a UP-based methodology. Its major features are document history, task management, design and specification documentation, and helping tools. tex-upmethodology is officially supported by CTAN.
Release Notes: This release removes double spacing in chapter titles.
Release Tags: Minor bugfixes
Tags: Text Processing, Markup, TeX/LaTeX, Software Development, Documentation
Original news: http://freecode.com/projects/tetex-upmethodology
GNU libmicrohttpd is a small C library for embedding HTTP server functionality into other applications. It is reentrant, fast, supports HTTP 1.1, and permits listening on multiple ports. The API is simple and still powerful enough to allow programmers to use the entire HTTP feature set. SSL/TLS support is available as an option.
Release Notes: epoll can now also be used with SSL connections. Following recent HTTP/1.1 clarfications, MHD no longer send a “Content-length” header in CONNECT responses. The “MHD_add_connection” call now consistently sets an “errno” value to indicate the cause of errors. Connections added this way are now always processed immediately. The release also fixes a recently-introduced bug which prevented HTTP pipelining from working properly in some cases and a build error in conjunction with the “–disable-messages” configure option. This release works around issues with the shutdown system call on W32.
Release Tags: Stable, Minor feature enhancements, Minor bugfixes
Tags: Internet, Web, HTTP Servers, Software Development, Libraries
Original news: http://freecode.com/projects/libmicrohttpd
check raid is a script that uses OEM tools to check the status of RAID arrays. It can be used standalone or with snmpd. It currently works with Adaptec (arcconf), 3ware (tw_cli), zfs (zpool), and md (mdadm).
Release Notes: As of 0.54 (svn revision 54) checkraid no longer prints the number of errors. Instead, the output is Nagios/Icinga-compatible (OK, WARNING, CRITICAL, UNKNOWN + exit code).
The regexes have been (hopefully) improved to cover more statuses and to distinguish between non-critital and critical states.
When in verbose mode, only relevant (regex matching) lines are shown.
All WARN, CRIT, and UNKNOWN matches are also logged to syslog.
There’s been a syntax change: the controller/cli is selected by ‘-c’, e.g.
checkraid -c adaptec.
Tags: Monitoring, System Administration, Utilities, Hardware
Original news: http://freecode.com/projects/check-raid