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Commits on Apr 16, 2014
  1. Increment version

    J. Brandt Buckley committed Apr 16, 2014
  2. Merge branch 'refs/heads/fix-32bit-lfs' into devel

    J. Brandt Buckley committed Apr 16, 2014
    * refs/heads/fix-32bit-lfs:
      Fix large file support. fixes #1
      Update Readme
      Increment version, update docs
      Ignore compiled symlinks binary
      Fix implicit conversion precision loss
      Reformat code style
  3. Fix large file support. fixes #1

    J. Brandt Buckley committed Apr 16, 2014
    Tested in Ubuntu 13.10 on x86_64, Arch on i686, and Mac OS X 10.9 on x86_64.
    
    NOTE: Though this should work in most cases, it doesn't appear to be the POSIX/SUS-compliant way. We should probably just use autotools or cmake.
Commits on Apr 15, 2014
  1. Update Readme

    J. Brandt Buckley committed Apr 15, 2014
  2. Increment version, update docs

    J. Brandt Buckley committed Apr 15, 2014
  3. Ignore compiled symlinks binary

    J. Brandt Buckley committed Apr 15, 2014
  4. Merge branch 'refs/heads/fix-implicit-conversion' into devel

    J. Brandt Buckley committed Apr 15, 2014
    * refs/heads/fix-implicit-conversion:
      Fix implicit conversion precision loss
  5. Fix implicit conversion precision loss

    J. Brandt Buckley committed Apr 15, 2014
  6. Merge branch 'refs/heads/reformat' into devel

    J. Brandt Buckley committed Apr 15, 2014
    * refs/heads/reformat:
      Reformat code style
  7. Reformat code style

    J. Brandt Buckley committed Apr 15, 2014
    Tidy up code style based on Google guidelines. No functional changes.
Commits on Jul 5, 2012
  1. Project placed under the MIT license.

    committed Jul 4, 2012
    Permitted per: http://bugs.debian.org/cgi-bin/bugreport.cgi?bug=273338
    
    Quote:
    
    My "symlinks" utility pre-dates the "open source licensing" fad
    by a number of years.  Just to clarify, this is 100% freeware,
    written entirely by myself.  The intent is to use it to detect
    missing/obsolete symlink targets on an installed distro, before
    creating the "gold" (or "final") release discs.
    
    Use and distribute and modify as you (or anyone else) sees fit.
    There have no formal restrictions or requirements whatsoever
    regarding distribution of either binaries or source code,
    whether modified or original.
    Cheers
    
    --
    Mark Lord
    Real-Time Remedies Inc.
    mlord@pobox.com
  2. Made makefile more flexible

    committed Jul 4, 2012
  3. Initial commit.

    committed Jul 4, 2012
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