Release Notes: This release adds a missing read_acpi_acstate call to fix missing recognization of changed ac state.
Release Notes: The program was completely rewritten with libacpi, and new options were added for every feature (along with an option to enable every feature). Interactive input for delay in ncurses mode was removed in favor of just restarting yacpi. The program instantly reacts on user input in the ncurses interface and select loop. The -m optin was removed so that you always get all batteries without a performance deadlock, and samples are no longer used.
Release Notes: Code cleanups. The default behaviour of sample usage has been changed. Without specifying samples, the remaining battery time is now remaining capacity / present battery rate like in most of the ACPI tools. There are small man page adjustments.
Release Notes: A memory leak reported by valgrind was fixed. A NULL pointer dereference which occurred if no battery is present was fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes #337071, #337075, and #337076 in Debian BTS. The Makefile has been rewriten. There is some code cleanup and manual improvements.
Release Notes: Display of the battery state has been fixed (before every time charging was displayed). Support for multiple batteries has been completed (with a new command line option -m). There is some code cleanup. Display of battery status is changed if the terminal width is small. yacpi is now two times faster.
Release Notes: Bugfixes in SIGFPE. The Makefile has been fixed. Text-only output has been added. This release will loop every -d (delay) seconds. The display of two batteries in one large terminal has been fixed.
Release Notes: Support for transparent terminals was added. The current and maximum CPU frequency is now shown. The current CPU frequency governor is shown.
Release Notes: Some code has been cleaned up. Display of help and the version number has been added. It is possible to collect the remaining time over some samples to get a more accurate value. Time for recharging the batteries is shown.