In my last post, I reflected on the last 7-8 years of projects here at rfxn.com, in doing so I also dug up some statistics on project downloads. I not only did this for my own curiosity but to prioritize the mile long to do list I have for the projects, based on downloads. One of the revealing things was just exactly what people are downloading, in particular that projects like LES , PRM & SIM are still very popular download destinations on the site.
Although a new incarnation of APF & BFD are on the agenda, I thought I would work up to those by first knocking off rewrites of some of the smaller projects, starting this off is PRM. This is a project originally written in December of 2003 and although it has stood the test of time by doing exactly what it was intended for and doing it reliably, it was starting to show its age in a number of ways, especially the not-so-intuitive logic and less-than-appealing documentation.
Today I have put out PRM v1.0.6, a ground-up rewrite of just about everything in the project, simplified logic, oodles of new features and one of the biggest problem areas over the years, far better ignore options to control exactly what PRM does along with detailed documentation.
Enough said, check the changelog for for summary of changes and the README for details on the new usage.
Project Page: http://www.rfxn.com/projects/process-resource-monitor/