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Revision 1.8, Tue Sep 28 17:57:39 2021 UTC (16 months, 1 week ago) by fox
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sysutils/htop: Updates to 3.1.0

- Removes the linux patches, since htop has native NetBSD support.

Changes since 3.0.5:

What's new in version 3.1.0

* Updated COPYING file to remove the PLPA exemption (appendix 2)
  With this change the license is now GPLv2 without any additional wording.
* Improved default sort ordering
  Note for users: This may lead to an inverted sort order on startup of
  htop 3.1.0 compared to previous versions.
  This is due to what is stored in your htoprc file. Solution: Press I
  (to invert sort order).
  This changed setting will be saved by htop on exit as long as it can
  write to your htoprc file.
* The compile-time option to cater specifically for running htop as
  setuid has been removed
* Add read-only option
  This allows htop to be run in an non-intrusive fashion where it acts only
  as a process viewer disabling all functions to manipulate system state.
  Note: This is not a security feature!
* Move the code for handling the command line formatting related tasks
  to be shared across all platforms
  This means important features like stale binary/library highlighting
  can now be available on all supported platforms.
* Make the EXE and COMM columns available on all platforms
  All supported platforms have the name of the executable (EXE) and a
  self-chosen thread/command name (COMM) available one way or the other.
  Moving this column to be handled as a platform-independently available
  information simplifies the markup of the command line.
* Introduce configuration file versioning and config_reader_min_version
  Starting with this version the configuration file contains a version
  identifying the minimum version of the configuration parser needed to
  fully understand the configuration file format.
  Old configuration file formats are automatically upgraded when
  saving the config file (htoprc).
* Make the configuration parser friendlier to users (thanks to Bart Bakker)
  With this change only settings that cannot be parsed properly are
  reset to their defaults.
* Improve default display for systems with many CPUs
* Add the process ELAPSED time column
* Improve the process STATE column sorting
* Reworked handling resize and redrawing of the UI
* Fixed an issue where the LED meter mode could overflow allotted space
* Allow text mode Meters to span empty neighbors to the right
* Rescale graph meters when value of total changes
  (thanks to Michael Schönitzer)
* Update generic process field display
  Usually "uninteresting" values in columns like 1 thread, nice value
  of 0, CPU and memory of 0%, idle/sleeping state, etc. are shown with
  reduced intensity (dark grey)
* Option and key ("*") to collapse / expand all branches under PID 1
  (and PID 2 if kernel threads are shown) (thanks to Krishna Chaitanya)
* Keep following a process when inverting the sort order, displaying
  the help screen or hiding/unhiding userland threads.
  If a thread is currently selected the selection is updated to point
  to the thread's parent process. (thanks to Gonzalo,
* Reorder process scanning to be performed before updating the display
  of the meters in the header
* Always check the user for a process for any changes.
  This affects multiple platforms that previously didn't correctly handle
  the user field for a process to change at runtime (e.g. due to seteuid
  or similar syscalls).
* Disable mouse option when support is unavailable
* Support curses libraries without ncurses mouse support
  (thanks to Santhosh Raju)
* Support offline and hot-swapping of CPUs on all platforms
* Fix the CPU Meter for machines with more than 256 CPUs
* Supplemented the "show updated/deleted executables" feature (red basename)
  to indicate when linked libraries were updated (yellow basename)
* Apply the stale binary highlighting for the EXE column in addition to
  the command line field
* Add new combined Memory and Swap meter
* Implement bar and graph mode for NetworkIO Meter
  (thanks to Michael F. Schönitzer)
* Rework TTY column to be more consistent across platforms
* Make the CWD column generally available on all platforms
  (thanks to Santhosh Raju et. al.)
* Add Performance Co-Pilot (PCP) platform support
  This is added via a separate pcp-htop(1) binary which provides remote host
  analysis, new Meters for any PCP metric and new Columns for any PCP process
  metric - see the pcp-htop(5) man page for further details.
  (thanks to Sohaib Mohamed)
* Add Linux columns and key bindings for process autogroup identifier
  and nice value
* Change available and used memory reporting on Linux to be based on
  MemAvailable (Kernel 3.14+) (thanks to Chris Cheney and Tomas Wido)
* Add a new SysArchMeter showing kernel and platform information
  (thanks to ahgamut)
* Linux memory usage explicitly treats tmpfs memory usage as shared memory
  This is to make memory used by tmpfs visible as this cannot be freed
  unlike normal filesystem cache data.
* Exclude zram devices when calculating DiskIO on Linux
* Use PATH lookup for systemctl in systemd meter (thanks to Scott Olson)
* Add native platform support for NetBSD
  This allows htop to run on NetBSD without the need for active Linux
  emulation of the procfs filesystem.
  (thanks to Santhosh Raju and Nia Alarie)
* Add NetworkIO, DiskIO, CPU frequency, and battery meter support on NetBSD
  (thanks to Nia Alarie)
* Fix NetBSD display of in-use and cached memory (thanks to Nia Alarie)
* Rework NetBSD CPU and memory accounting (thanks to Santhosh Raju)
* Fix NetBSD accounting of user and kernel threads (thanks to Santhosh Raju)
* Initial work to allow building with default libcurses on NetBSD
  (thanks to Santhosh Raju)
* FreeBSD updates - implement process majflt and processor column values
* Add FreeBSD support for CPU frequency and temperature
* Fixes and cleanups for ZFS Meters and metrics
* Correctly color the ZFS ARC ratio (thanks to Ross Williams)
* Bugfixes related to CPU time display/calculations for darwin on M1 systems
  (thanks to Alexander Momchilov)
* Harmonize the handling of multiple batteries across different platforms.
  The system is now considered to run on AC if at least one power supply
  marked as AC is found in the system.
  Battery capacity is summed up over all batteries found.
  This also changes the old behavior that batteries reported by the
  system after the first AC adapter where sometimes ignored.
* Correctly handle multiple batteries on Darwin.
  Resolves a possible memory leak on systems with multiple batteries.
* Handle Linux Shmem being part of Cached in the MemoryMeter
* Add SwapCached to the Linux swap meter (thanks to David Zarzycki)
* Convert process time to days if applicable (thanks to David Zarzycki)
* Always show the number of threads in the TaskMeter, even when threads
  are not shown in the process list
* Fix Linux --drop-capabilities option handling
* Correctly detect failure to initialize Linux boottime
* Overhaul the Linux memory fields to partition them like free(1) now does
* Improve the Linux process I/O column values
* Rework the libsensors parsing on Linux
* Update the MemoryMeter to display shared memory
* Update OpenBSD platform - implement additional columns, scan LWP,
  proper markup for STATE, show CPU frequency
* Fix the tree view on OpenBSD when hiding kernel threads
* Remove old InfoScreen lines before re-scanning (thanks to ystein Hiåsen)
* Document historic naming of Light-Weight Processes column aka threads
* Improve user interaction when the last process entry is selected
* Draw the panel header on the TraceScreen (thanks to Youngjae Lee)
* Add mouse wheel scroll and fix mouse selection on the InfoScreen
  (thanks to Youngjae Lee)
* Add a HugepageMeter and subtract hugepages from normal memory
* Display wide characters in LED meters and restore non-wide ncurses support
* Add command line option to drop Linux capabilities
* Support scheduler affinity on platforms beyond Linux
* Report on any failure to write the configuration file
* Cache stderr to be able to print assert messages.
  These messages are shown in case htop terminates unexpectedly.
* Print current settings on crash
* Reset signal handlers on program exit
* Add configure script option to create a static htop binary
* Resolved longer-standing compilation issues on Solaris/Illumos
* Check for availability of set_escdelay in configure
  (thanks to Stefan Polluks)
* Build system updates for autotools 2.70

Revision 1.7 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Mon Mar 15 22:23:59 2021 UTC (22 months, 3 weeks ago) by fox
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2021Q3-base, pkgsrc-2021Q3, pkgsrc-2021Q2-base, pkgsrc-2021Q2, pkgsrc-2021Q1-base, pkgsrc-2021Q1
Changes since 1.6: +6 -15 lines
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sysutils/htop: Updates to 3.0.5

- Updates the MASTER_SITES to point to the new repository.
- Updates the HOMEPAGE.

Changes since 2.2.0:

What's new in version 3.0.5

* BUGFIX / SECURITY: InfoScreen: fix uncontrolled format string
* BUGFIX: Improve white text in the Light Terminal colour scheme
  (both of the above thanks to V)
* Enable the function bar on the main screen to be hidden (see Setup -> Display options)
* BUGFIX: Reduce layout issues esp. around printing wide characters (not complete yet)
* BUGFIX: Make the follow function exit cleanly after followed process died
* Solaris: make Process callbacks static
* Update help and man page for improved -t / -s options
* Drop usage of formatted error messages from <err.h>
* Show arrow indicating order of sorted process column
* Lots of plumbing around the internal Hashtable, hardening and code cleanups
* LibSensors: add support for Ryzen CPUs
  (thanks to Matej Dian)
* BUGFIX: Fix CPU percentage on M1 silicon Macs
  (thanks to Luke Groeninger)
* LoadMeter: dynamically adjust color and total of bar
* Find for Fedora and friends
* Add support to display CPU frequencies on Solarish platforms
  (thanks to Dominik Hassler)
* Enable going back to previous search matches (Shift-F3)
* Added keybind 'N' for sorting by PID (drops 'n'/'N' as not used before much)
  (thanks to Jake Mannens)

What's new in version 3.0.4

* Separate tree and list sort orders
* Invert Process_compare so that superclass matches run first
  (thanks to Hisham Muhammad)
* Unhardcode Mac OS tick-to-milliseconds conversion
  (thanks to Alexander Momchilov)
* Check if clock_gettime needs linking of librt
* Define O_PATH if not already defined
  (thanks to Chris Burr)
* Add column on Mac for processes running under translation
  (thanks to Dániel Bakai)
* Configure check for additional linker flags for keypad(3)
* PSI Meter: constant width and only print ten-duration as bar
* Sort in paused mode after inverting sort order
* Handle absence of package CPU temperature
* Meter: restore non-wide-character build
* LibSensors: restore temperature for Raspberry Pi
* MainPanel: do not reset hideProcessSelection on KEY_SHUFFLE
* BarMeter: rework text padding
* Panel: rework drawing of FunctionBar
* Meter: fix artifacts with very tiny width
* DragonFlyBSD updates
* BUGFIX: Fix dlopen issue for libsensors5 for some platforms
* BUGFIX: Fix broken tree display on inverted sort order
* BUGFIX: Fix pause mode ("Z") in tree view
* BUGFIX: Correct timebase for non-x86 CPUs on Darwin
* BUGFIX: Avoid NULL dereference on zombie processes
* Document dynamic bindings and assumed external configuration
* Update key mapping documentation for sorting

What's new in version 3.0.3

* Process sorting in 'tree' mode
  (thanks to Maxim Zhiburt)
* Improved command display/sort functionality
  (thanks to Narendran Gopalakrishnan)
* Add screen for active file locks
  (thanks to Fynn J. Wulf)
* Calculate library size (M_LRS column) from maps file
  (thanks to Fynn J. Wulf)
* Add a Zram meter
  (thanks to Murloc Knight)
* Add Linux cwd process column
* Dynamically load libsensors at runtime
* Improve PressureStall Meter display strings
* Hide process selection on ESC
* Fully support non-ascii characters in Meter-Bar
* Add support to change numeric options in settings screen
* Rename virtual memory column from M_SIZE to M_VIRT
* Add process column for normalized CPU usage
* Show CPU temperature in CPU meter
* Drop hideThreads Setting
* Add a systemd meter
* Add a network IO meter
* Add a SELinux meter
* Compress size of default FunctionBar
* Updates to the OpenFiles screen
* Continue updating header data in paused mode
* BUGFIX: Handle data wraparounds in IO meters
* BUGFIX: Update InfoScreen content on resize
* Add security attribute process column
* Add DiskIOMeter for IO read/write usage
* Read CPU frequency from sysfs by default
* Add Linux process column for context switches
* Several FreeBSD and Mac OS X platform updates
  (thanks to Christian Göttsche)
* Add process environment for FreeBSD
  (thanks to Ross Williams)
* Parse POWER_SUPPLY_CAPACITY for Linux Battery meter
  (thanks to Jan Palus)
* Add octuple-column CPU meters.
* BUGFIX: On Linux consider ZFS ARC to be cache
  (thanks to @multi)
* BUGFIX: Limit screen title length to window width
* Show selected command wrapped in a separate window
  (thanks to @ryenus)
* Allow to pass '/' for item search
* Document implicit incremental search
* Handle 'q' as quit if first character
* Avoid expensive build of process tree when not using it
* Include documentation for COMM and EXE
* Distinguish display of no permissions for reading M_LRS
* Only calculate M_LRS size every 2 seconds
* Improvements to comm / cmdline display functionality
* Merged view for COMM, EXE and cmdline
  (thanks to Narendran Gopalakrishnan and Benny Baumann)
* Consistent kernel thread display for COMM/EXE columns
* Central fault handling for all platforms
* Handle parsing envID & VPid from process status file
* Use threshold for display of guest/steal/irq meters
* Enhance highlighting of semi-large and large numbers
* Documentation on the repository style guide
  (thanks to Benny Baumann)
* Align processor identifier to the right
  (thanks to Christian Hesse)
* Document M_PSS, M_PSSWP, M_SWAP in man page
* Add Date and DateTime meters
  (thanks to Michael F. Schönitzer)
* BUGFIX: Fix Solaris 11.4 due to missing ZFS ARC kstats
  (thanks to @senjan)
* Code hardening, speedups, fd and memory leak fixes
  (thanks to Christian Göttsche and Benny Baumann)
* Number CPUs from zero by default
  (thanks to Zev Weiss)
* Remove residual python checks during the build process
  (thanks to Stephen Gregoratto)

What's new in version 3.0.2

* BUGFIX: Drop 'vim_mode' - several issues, needs rethink
* BUGFIX: fix regression in -u optional-argument handling
* Build system rework to remove python, header generation
  (thanks to Zev Weiss and Hugo Musso Gualandi)
* BUGFIX: report nice level correctly on Solaris
  (thanks to Dominik Hassler)
* CI, code quality improvements
  (thanks to Tobias Kortkamp, Christian Hesse, Benny Baumann)

What's new in version 3.0.1

* Coverity fixes, CI improvements, documentation updates
* BUGFIX: Fix early exit with longer sysfs battery paths
* BUGFIX: Improve OOM output, fix sorting
  (thanks to Christian Göttsche)
* Rework check buttons and tree open/closed
  (thanks to Bert Wesarg)
* Add -U/--no-unicode option to disable unicode
  (thanks to Christian Hesse)
* Improvements to the affinity panel
  (thanks to Bert Wesarg)

What's new in version 3.0.0

* New maintainers - after a prolonged period of inactivity
  from Hisham, the creator and original maintainer, a team
  of community maintainers have volunteered to take over a
  fork at and
  to keep the project going.
* Support ZFS ARC statistics
  (thanks to Ross Williams)
* Support more than 2 smaller CPU meter columns
  (thanks to Christoph Budziszewski)
* Support Linux proportional set size metrics
  (thanks to @linvinus, @ntninja and @himikof)
* Support Linux pressure stall information metrics
  (thanks to Ran Benita)
* New display option to show CPU frequency in CPU meters
  (thanks to Arnav Singh)
* Update Linux sysfs battery discovery for recent kernels
  (thanks to @smattie)
* Add hardware topology information in the affinity panel
  (thanks to Bert Wesarg)
* Add timestamp reporting to the strace screen
  (thanks to Mario Harjac)
* Add simple, optional vim key mapping mode
  (thanks to Daniel Flanagan)
* Added an option to disable the mouse
  (thanks to MartinJM)
* Add Solaris11 compatibility
  (thanks to Jan Senolt)
* Without an argument -u uses $USER value automatically
  (thanks to @solanav)
* Support less(1) search navigation shortcuts
  (thanks to @syrrim)
* Update the FreeBSD maximum PID to match FreeBSD change
  (thanks to @multiplexd)
* Report values larger than 100 terabytes
  (thanks to @adrien1018)
* Widen ST_UID (UID) column to allow for UIDs > 9999
  (thanks to DLange)
* BUGFIX: fix makefiles for building with clang
  (thanks to Jorge Pereira)
* BUGFIX: fix <sys/sysmacros.h> major() usage
  (thanks to @wataash and Kang-Che Sung)
* BUGFIX: fix the STARTTIME column on FreeBSD
  (thanks to Rob Crowston)
* BUGFIX: truncate overwide jail names on FreeBSD
  (thanks to Rob Crowston)
* BUGFIX: fix reported memory values on FreeBSD
  (thanks to Tobias Kortkamp)
* BUGFIX: fix reported CPU meter values on OpenBSD
  (thanks to @motet-a)
* BUGFIX: correctly identify other types of zombie process
  (thanks to @joder)
* BUGFIX: improve follow-process handling in some situations
  (thanks to @wangqr)
* BUGFIX: fix custom meters reverting to unexpected setting
  (thanks to @wangqr)
* BUGFIX: close pipe after running lsof(1)
  (thanks to Jesin)
* BUGFIX: meters honour setting of counting CPUs from 0/1
  (thanks to @rnsanchez)

Revision 1.6, Mon Nov 5 12:19:23 2018 UTC (4 years, 3 months ago) by jperkin
Branch: MAIN
Changes since 1.5: +1 -1 lines

htop: Update to 2.2.0.

What's new in htop 2.2.0:

  * Solaris/Illumos/OpenIndiana support (thanks to Guy M. Broome)
  * -t/--tree flag for starting in tree-view mode (thanks to Daniel Flanagan)
  * macOS: detects High Sierra version to avoid OS bug (thanks to Pierre
  * OpenBSD: read battery data (thanks to @nerd972)
  * Various automake and build improvements (thanks to Kang-Che Sung)
  * Check for pkg-config when building with --enable-delayacct (thanks to
    @florian2833z for the report)
  * Avoid some bashisms in configure script (thanks to Jesin)
  * Use CFLAGS from ncurses*-config if present (thanks to Michael Klein)
  * Header generator supports non-UTF-8 environments (thanks to @volkov-am)
  * Linux: changed detection of kernel threads
  * Collapse current subtree pressing Backspace
  * BUGFIX: fix behavior of SYSCR column (thanks to Marc Kleine-Budde)
  * BUGFIX: obtain exit code of lsof correctly (thanks to @wangqr)
  * BUGFIX: fix crash with particular keycodes (thanks to Wellington Torrejais
    da Silva for the report)
  * BUGFIX: fix issue with small terminals (thanks to Daniel Elf for the report)
  * BUGFIX: fix terminal color issues (thanks to Kang-Che Sung for the report)
  * BUGFIX: preserve LDFLAGS when building (thanks to Lance Frederickson for
    the report)
  * BUGFIX: fixed overflow for systems with >= 100 signals

What's new in htop 2.1.0:

 * Linux: Delay accounting metrics (thanks to André Carvalho)
 * DragonFly BSD support (thanks to Diederik de Groot)
 * Support for real-time signals (thanks to Kang-Che Sung)
 * 'c' key now works with threads as well
 * Session column renamed from SESN to SID (thanks to Kamyar Rasta)
 * Improved UI for meter style selection (thanks to Kang-Che Sung)
 * Improved code for constructing process tree (thanks to wangqr)
 * Compile-time option to disable setuid
 * Error checking of various standard library operations
 * Replacement of sprintf with snprintf (thanks to Tomasz Kramkowski)
 * Linux: performance improvements in battery meter
 * Linux: update process TTY device
 * Linux: add support for sorting TASK_IDLE (thanks to Vladimir Panteleev)
 * Linux: add upper-bound to running process counter (thanks to Lucas Correia
   Villa Real)
 * BUGFIX: avoid crash when battery is removed (thanks to Jan Chren)
 * BUGFIX: macOS: fix infinite loop in tree view (thanks to Wataru Ashihara)

Revision 1.5 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Jul 22 05:30:58 2016 UTC (6 years, 6 months ago) by maya
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2018Q3-base, pkgsrc-2018Q3, pkgsrc-2018Q2-base, pkgsrc-2018Q2, pkgsrc-2018Q1-base, pkgsrc-2018Q1, pkgsrc-2017Q4-base, pkgsrc-2017Q4, pkgsrc-2017Q3-base, pkgsrc-2017Q3, pkgsrc-2017Q2-base, pkgsrc-2017Q2, pkgsrc-2017Q1-base, pkgsrc-2017Q1, pkgsrc-2016Q4-base, pkgsrc-2016Q4, pkgsrc-2016Q3-base, pkgsrc-2016Q3
Changes since 1.4: +11 -26 lines
Diff to previous 1.4 (colored)

Update sysutils/htop to 2.0.2

Mac OS X: stop trying when task_for_pid fails for a process, stops spamming logs with errors.
Add Ctrl+A and Ctrl+E to go to beginning and end of line
FreeBSD: fixes for CPU calculation (thanks to Tim Creech, Andy Pilate)
Usability: auto-follow process after a search.
Use Linux backend on GNU Hurd
Improvement for reproducible builds.
BUGFIX: Fix behavior of Alt-key combinations (thanks to Kang-Che Sung)
Various code tweaks and cleanups (thanks to Kang-Che Sung)

Revision 1.4 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri May 6 16:00:47 2016 UTC (6 years, 9 months ago) by fhajny
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2016Q2-base, pkgsrc-2016Q2
Changes since 1.3: +8 -4 lines
Diff to previous 1.3 (colored)

Restore SmartOS support. Bump PKGREVISION.

Revision 1.3 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri May 6 09:04:17 2016 UTC (6 years, 9 months ago) by wiz
Branch: MAIN
Changes since 1.2: +32 -9 lines
Diff to previous 1.2 (colored)

Updated htop to 2.0.1.

Update to 2.0.0 from coypu in wip, updated by myself to 2.0.1.

What's new in version 2.0.1

* OpenBSD: Various fixes and improvements
  (thanks to Michael McConville and Juan Francisco Cantero Hurtado)
* FreeBSD: fix CPU and memory readings
  (thanks to Tim Creech, Hung-Yi Chen, Bernard Spil, Greg V)
* FreeBSD: add battery support
  (thanks to Greg V)
* Linux: Retain last-obtained name of a zombie process
* Mac OS X: Improve portability for OS X versions
  (thanks to Michael Klein)
* Mac OS X: Fix reading command-line arguments and basename
* Mac OS X: Fix process state information
* Mac OS X: Fix tree view collapsing/expanding
* Mac OS X: Fix tree organization
* Mac OS X: Fix memory accounting
* Fix crash when emptying a column of meters
* Make Esc key more responsive
* Plus assorted fixes

What's new in version 2.0.0

* Platform abstraction layer
* Initial FreeBSD support
* Initial Mac OS X support
  (thanks to David Hunt)
* Swap meter for Mac OSX
  (thanks to tefan Rusu)
* OpenBSD port
  (thanks to Michael McConville)
* FreeBSD support improvements
  (thanks to Martin Misuth)
* Support for NCurses 6 ABI, including mouse wheel support
* Much improved mouse responsiveness
* Process environment variables screen
  (thanks to Michael Klein)
* Higher-resolution UTF-8 based Graph mode
  (Thanks to James Hall from vtop for the idea!)
* Show program path settings
  (thanks to Tobias Geerinckx-Rice)
* BUGFIX: Fix crash when scrolling an empty filtered list.
* Use dynamic units for text display, and several fixes
  (thanks to Christian Hesse)
* BUGFIX: fix error caused by overflow in usertime calculation.
  (thanks to Patrick Marlier)
* Catch all memory allocation errors
  (thanks to Michael McConville for the push)
* Several tweaks and bugfixes
  (See the Git log for details and contributors!)

Revision 1.2, Wed Mar 21 18:28:40 2012 UTC (10 years, 10 months ago) by drochner
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2013Q2-base, pkgsrc-2013Q2, pkgsrc-2012Q4-base, pkgsrc-2012Q4
Changes since 1.1: +1 -1 lines

update to 1.0.1
-UI improvements, UTF-8/wcurses support
-Performance improvements
-XDG compliance

Revision 1.1 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sat Aug 6 16:36:41 2011 UTC (11 years, 6 months ago) by cheusov
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: pkgsrc-2011Q4-base, pkgsrc-2011Q4, pkgsrc-2011Q3-base, pkgsrc-2011Q3

Update to version 0.9. This fixes build failures on Linux (PR 44001).
Support for NetBSD was added.
Fixes for pkglint warnings. Oked by wiz@

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