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Bumped to 1.437_1, updated changelog and readme

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@@ -5,6 +5,14 @@ Versioning rule: public releases are even numbers, dev releases are odd. (same l
TODO
- check for available libs when using --with-sdl-config option
+1.437_1 Mon Jun 25 2012
+ - CFLAGS: added several circumstances where we need /usr/X11R7/... [FROGGS]
+ - CFLAGS: removed /usr/pkg/..., that clashed on my netbsd [FROGGS]
+ - CFLAGS: removed duplicate /usr/X11R6/... [FROGGS]
+ - setting LD_LIBRARY_PATH for all BSDs [FROGGS]
+ - added missing space in cflags and ldflags [FROGGS]
+ - adding rpath linker flag for linux and bsd [FROGGS]
+
1.436 Tue Jun 19 2012
- reapplied openbsd-rldflags patch, it got lost during update to SDL-1.2.15 [FROGGS]
- fixed SDL dirname during Build when applying patches (was SDL-1.2.14, is SDL-1.2) [FROGGS]
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53 README
@@ -2,13 +2,14 @@ NAME
Alien::SDL - building, finding and using SDL binaries
VERSION
- Version 1.436
+ Version 1.437_1
SYNOPSIS
Alien::SDL tries (in given order) during its installation:
- * When given `--with-sdl-config' option use specified sdl-config script
- to locate SDL libs.
+ * When given "--with-sdl-config" option use specified sdl-config
+ script to locate SDL libs.
+
perl Build.PL --with-sdl-config=/opt/sdl/bin/sdl-config
or using default script name 'sdl-config' by running:
@@ -18,14 +19,17 @@ SYNOPSIS
IMPORTANT NOTE: Using --with-sdl-config avoids considering any other
build methods; no prompt with other available build options.
- * Locate an already installed SDL via 'sdl-config' script.
- * Check for SDL libs in directory specified by SDL_INST_DIR variable. In
- this case the module performs SDL library detection via
- '$SDL_INST_DIR/bin/sdl-config' script.
+ * Locate an already installed SDL via 'sdl-config' script.
+
+ * Check for SDL libs in directory specified by SDL_INST_DIR variable.
+ In this case the module performs SDL library detection via
+ '$SDL_INST_DIR/bin/sdl-config' script.
+
SDL_INST_DIR=/opt/sdl perl ./Build.PL
- * Download prebuilt SDL binaries (if available for your platform).
- * Build SDL binaries from source codes (if possible on your system).
+ * Download prebuilt SDL binaries (if available for your platform).
+
+ * Build SDL binaries from source codes (if possible on your system).
Later you can use Alien::SDL in your module that needs to link agains
SDL and/or related libraries like this:
@@ -45,25 +49,28 @@ SYNOPSIS
DESCRIPTION
Please see Alien for the manifesto of the Alien namespace.
- In short `Alien::SDL' can be used to detect and get configuration
+ In short "Alien::SDL" can be used to detect and get configuration
settings from an installed SDL and related libraries. Based on your
platform it offers the possibility to download and install prebuilt
binaries or to build SDL & co. from source codes.
The important facts:
- * The module does not modify in any way the already existing SDL
- installation on your system.
- * If you reinstall SDL libs on your system you do not need to reinstall
- Alien::SDL (providing that you use the same directory for the new
- installation).
- * The prebuild binaries and/or binaries built from sources are always
- installed into perl module's 'share' directory.
- * If you use prebuild binaries and/or binaries built from sources it
- happens that some of the dynamic libraries (*.so, *.dll) will not
- automaticly loadable as they will be stored somewhere under perl
- module's 'share' directory. To handle this scenario Alien::SDL offers
- some special functionality (see below).
+ * The module does not modify in any way the already existing SDL
+ installation on your system.
+
+ * If you reinstall SDL libs on your system you do not need to
+ reinstall Alien::SDL (providing that you use the same directory for
+ the new installation).
+
+ * The prebuild binaries and/or binaries built from sources are always
+ installed into perl module's 'share' directory.
+
+ * If you use prebuild binaries and/or binaries built from sources it
+ happens that some of the dynamic libraries (*.so, *.dll) will not
+ automaticly loadable as they will be stored somewhere under perl
+ module's 'share' directory. To handle this scenario Alien::SDL
+ offers some special functionality (see below).
METHODS
config()
@@ -129,7 +136,7 @@ METHODS
BUGS
Please post issues and bugs at
- http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/Bugs.html?Dist=Alien-SDL
+ <http://rt.cpan.org/NoAuth/Bugs.html?Dist=Alien-SDL>
AUTHOR
Kartik Thakore
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@@ -16,11 +16,11 @@ Alien::SDL - building, finding and using SDL binaries
=head1 VERSION
-Version 1.436
+Version 1.437_1
=cut
-our $VERSION = '1.436';
+our $VERSION = '1.437_1';
$VERSION = eval $VERSION;
=head1 SYNOPSIS

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