procexp and fixed-width column sizes

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procexp and fixed-width column sizes

Postby RiotNrrrd » Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:29 pm

Hi, Jonathan said to post here so I am :)

Just installed the latest procexp (epsilon 3) and my columns are all screwed up in default mode because quite a few of my running procs have COAL fields that are 5 digits in size instead of 4-or-less.

It seems like the COAL field defaults to 4 digits in width.

Any chance of bumping up the width of that field by 1? For now I'm using "-" to hide the field (as you suggested on Twitter).

I'll let you know if the TIME field on any of my processes ever exceeds 100 ;)
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Re: procexp and fixed-width column sizes

Postby morpheus » Sun Feb 26, 2017 11:41 pm

http://NewOSXBook.com/tools/procexp.tgz as a quick fix

New version coming later will support entirely dynamic column selection. Stay tuned.
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