Tuesday, November 26, 2013

SlowHTTPTest 1.6 is out

Yesterday I released another version of SlowHTTPTest, that includes all the performance fixes that were sitting in the repository since last year, as well as:

   - CLI got funny colors and less scrolling for better perception
   - HTML reports look prettier
   - Help screen is finally readable

Screen Shot 2013-11-26 at 11.33.07 PM

I tested it on OSX Mavericks, Ubuntu Precize Pangoline and latest Fedora. Things looks fine, but just in case, here are some useful tips:

- if configure complains about the version of automake that was used to generate it, running autoreconf  and following on screen instructions should fix most of the problems

- there is some chance that you'll need to install libssl-devel

- if you hate colors, edit them in slowlog.h or undef USE_COLOR in config.h

- if you don't like the new CLI layout, using other than default verbosity (-v 2 and up) level will turn on the old good logging-style output

 Hope this version doesn't add more trouble and any feedback is always welcome. Enjoy!




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