[ANNOUNCE] xkill 1.0.4

Alan Coopersmith alan.coopersmith at oracle.com
Sun Sep 8 09:55:13 PDT 2013

xkill is a utility for forcing the X server to close connections to
clients.  This program is very dangerous, but is useful for aborting
programs that have displayed undesired windows on a user's screen.

This minor maintenance release provides some hopefully very non-dangerous
man page improvements and janitorial cleanups, including the addition of
a -version flag to the accepted CLI options.

Alan Coopersmith (11):
      remove unused variable cpp
      Get rid of dpy global so we don't get shadow warnings from every function
      Mark Exit() and usage() as _X_NORETURN
      Use strtoul instead of open coding it with sscanf
      Mark msg argument to get_window_id as const, since it's just printed out
      Mark static string in verify_okay_to_kill as const
      Add -version option to print version
      Use man page sections in See Also references to libX11 man pages
      Mark arguments to catch_window_errors as unused
      Explicitly cast tolower() return value to char before storing in a char
      xkill 1.0.4

Gaetan Nadon (3):
      man: remove trailing spaces and tabs
      man: replace hard coded man page section with substitution strings
      config: move man pages into their own directory

git tag: xkill-1.0.4

MD5:  0ae6bc2a8d3af68e9c76b1a6ca5f7a78
SHA1: 3a9c253ed698ae2e6c176a6f4a5a7d43497818f6
SHA256: 88ef2a304f32f24b255e879f03c1dcd3a2be3e71d5562205414f267d919f812e

MD5:  b04c15bfd0b619f1e4ff3e44607e738d
SHA1: de4be0e5a601dafa771aa6e10b4fea8c96c03781
SHA256: f80115f2dcca3d4b61f3c28188752c21ca7b2718b54b6e0274c0497a7f827da0

	-Alan Coopersmith-              alan.coopersmith at oracle.com
	 Oracle Solaris Engineering - http://blogs.oracle.com/alanc
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