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Commits on Mar 22, 2010
  1. Implement va macro for cfprint, rename it to cfprintf, and update all…

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    … calling functions. Still has room for improvement to be a true colorized printf.
  2. Update with current features

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  3. Bump version

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Commits on Mar 21, 2010
  1. Enforce some coding standards in terms of comments and spacing within…

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    … functions. Use const char* wherever possible
  2. Fairly major cleanup. Only init curl when a valid operation is passed…

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    …. No need to use 120kb just to print the help info.
  3. Fix sync_search so that it actually returns when a true match is foun…

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    …d, not just a pattern match.
  4. Clean up commenting

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  5. Splinter off is_in_pacman from alpm_sync_search. This lets us call sy…

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    …nc_search without being verbose
  6. Change alpm_query_search to alpm_query_foreign. Accept no arguments a…

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    …nd do nothing else but return a list of packages equivalent to pacman -Qm
  7. Check pacman for existance of a package before attempting to download…

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    … it. This functionality may be later moved out of main
  8. Build basic sync-search function. Also enforce some coding standards …

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    …-- one blank line below a function signature
  9. Update todo pile

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  10. Unify headings for files, ensuring that the GPL is present and includ…

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    …es are sorted and labelled
  11. Remove debug from compile

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  12. Update usage function

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  13. Strip out unneeded debug

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  14. Include alpm.h

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  15. Implement function to find updates, downloading if requested. In aur_…

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    …get_tarball, calloc one more byte than the length of the two strings we're cat'ing together, to make room for the null terminator
  16. Initialize and cleanup curl in main. Sadly for now this means making …

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    …it a global variable, but it drastically speeds up execution when dealing with multiple fetches at a time.
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