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LXTask is derived from Xfce4 Task Manager.
Original authors of XFce4 Task Manager:
Johannes Zellner <webmaster@nebulon.de>
翼varo Lopes <alvieboy@alvie.com>
On 2008-04-26, the LXDE team derive LXTask from
Xfce4 Task Manager for LXDE project.
Copyright (C) 2008 Hong Jen Yee (PCMan) <pcman.tw@gmail.com>

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2007-01-12 Nick Schermer <nick@xfce.org>
* Change version number and svn revision support in configure.in.in
2007-01-12 Nick Schermer <nick@xfce.org>
* Apply patch from Álvaro Lopes to fix CPU usage per task, with
more then 1 CPU.
* Added a THANKS file.
* Remove some svn executable properties and add svn keywords.
* Added LINGUAS support and removed the configure.ac > configure.in.in file.
* Improved the configure.in.in and Makefiles.
2007-01-12 Nick Schermer <nick@xfce.org>
* Apply patch from bug 2714.
* Fix all typo and compiler warnings.
2006-06-26 Johannes Zellner <webmaster@nebulon.de>
* rewrite of the taskmanager ;)
* now using seperate files for each os to get the processinfos
2005-07-05 Johannes Zellner <webmaster@nebulon.de>
* added finnish translation
* fixed a memory leak in functions.c
2005-06-30 Johannes Zellner <webmaster@nebulon.de>
* bugfix in the sorting function
* name of about-dialog changed
* scrollbars only showed when needed
2005-06-30 Johannes Zellner <webmaster@nebulon.de>
* started completly new ;)

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