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FcronQ is an Fcron GUI for Linux. Fcron is an advanced periodical command scheduler that aims to replace its predecessors. Current chronograph GUIs don't seem to support the advanced features offered by Fcron. FcronQ attempts to fill this void.

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Recent releases

  •  27 Feb 2013 22:22

    Release Notes: This release was updated to cope with changes to Fcron's output format. An issue with column header text being absent was fixed. The gathering of user environment variables was tidied up. The case where list characters aren't in the UTF set is now handled.

    •  20 Dec 2011 03:56

      Release Notes: The Fcrontabs of other users can now be edited. External options can be configured via the GUI. A warning message is shown if the spool directory is private. Any unwanted status lines are now ignored during loading. Error detection when saving was improved. Enclosing quotes were removed from script pathnames. Error messages now force the main dialog to be visible. The Makefile is now forced to build in serial mode. Makefile checks for dir/file permissions were set. The order of execution for the startup code was changed. Message handling and printing were improved.

      •  06 Jun 2009 08:59

        Release Notes: Commands can be run through the right-click context menu. Daemon status is now displayed on a push-button. The title-bar now displays the current user's name. The time limit was removed from the loading and saving processes. Line parsing was added for freq sections with '`-`' or '`~`'. Save aborting now gives the user correct feedback. Temporary Fcrontabs are now removed after loading and saving. Several minor changes were made to code structure.

        •  31 May 2009 03:05

          Release Notes: Disabled lines and spans can be hidden. Line folding can be used to show or hide all spans in tandem. Cloning and clearing actions were added for non-empty lines and spans. All lines can be removed at once. Fcrontab removal is done when saving empty Fcrontabs. Editing restrictions were increased for correctness. Line parsing now supports lines starting with a "*". Several minor changes were made to code structure.

          •  22 May 2009 09:55

            Release Notes: Initial freshmeat announcement.

            Recent comments

            14 Jun 2009 12:16 thuankkk

            FcronQ is an exellent cron deamon! It's strong, reliable, on time, and easy to use!
            I'm using FcronQ now for launching my crond , and very satisfied with it!

            Rate 10/10 :)


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