Procps-ng, the Debian, Fedora and OpenSuSE fork of procps had another release today. This is a bugfix release that fixes some important bugs that have cropped up in 3.3.0
pgrep crashes, pgrep -u not finding processes and a problem with top forest view have all been fixed.
An important addition to this release is that test scripts have now been added using the Dejagnu framework. This framework tests most of the programs that ship with procps-ng. There is only 100 tests so far and they are only tested for Linux architecture, but we expect to increase this test count and sophistication with each release.
The test scripts even found long-present but unknown bugs in the package. For example, running ps with output flags around the signal masks work as expected in Linux, but fail on kFreeBSD. This is due to the unusual output of the relevant lines on that architecture. This is not a new bug, bug has been around for quite some time; noone ever noticed (or reported) it.
The Debian package has already been built and uploaded to the master FTP server.
Oh, and it is the first package with my new GPG key!