@toxision You're welcome! Send me your config.ini and I'll have a look at the colors, either on some pastebin site or as an email to rasmus@lindroth.xyz. It might be some bug

The eleventh release of tut is out

The only new feature is that you can use relative date, everything else is just bug fixes. You can read more at the release page.

github.com/RasmusLindroth/tut/

A great thank you for all the kind words and help I've gotten with detecting bugs and spelling mistakes. Hopefully I'll get more time to develop new features in the near future :)

@toxision @jpkwbr Thank you for both liking it and spreading the word.

If you are more familiar with something like nano or emacs you can change the environment variable $EDITOR to your editor of choice :)

@HoolaBoola That's just a bug. But I've gotten a pull request to fix it, so it will be included in the next release. I hope it will be quite soon :)

@LorenzoAncora I will change it for the next release now that you mentioned it, but I don't think it will matter that much in reality. Tut is so niche that it seems unlikely that someone would make it closed source or don't contribute back. So it would be more of a statement than protecting the future of the project.

I like copyleft and only started using MIT because the license is permissive and short. Thank you for the feedback :)

@tho@b0x.me yes it does. You can choose how often in the config file.

I have experimented a bit with streams, so it will hopefully be a part of the next release. Then it will update almost instantly

The tenth release of tut is out

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