[fmII] fcron 2.9.7 released (Default branch)

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The changes in this release are as follows:
Since 2.9.6, the tzdiff option was replaced by the timezone option,
which correctly supports DST changes. A bug which made fcron send
empty email messages on very up-to-date systems was fixed. Some other
minor changes and bugfixes were made. If no serious problem are
reported, this release will be marked as stable 3.0.0.  

Release focus:
0 - N/A 

Project added:
Sun, Dec 31st 2000 14:06 (4 years, 7 months ago)

Project description:
Fcron is a periodical command scheduler which aims at replacing vixie
cron, so it implements most of its functionality. It does not assume
that your system is running either all the time or regularly: you
can, for instance, tell fcron to execute tasks every x hours y
minutes of system uptime or to do a job only once in a specified
interval of time. You can also set a nice value to a job, run it
depending on the system load average, and much more. 

Trove categories:
[Environment         ] Console (Text Based), No Input/Output (Daemon)
[Intended Audience   ] End Users/Desktop, System Administrators
[License             ] OSI Approved :: GNU General Public License (GPL)
[Operating System    ] POSIX, POSIX :: BSD, POSIX :: Linux, POSIX ::
[Programming Language] C
[Topic               ] System 

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