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icculus committed Mar 29, 2002
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* CHANGELOG.
*/

07282001 - Initial release.
08012001 - Added a safety memset in error setting, fixed URLs and email addr.
08062001 - Added CD-ROM detection code to the unix platform driver.
08072001 - Changed version to 0.1.1.
08232001 - Fixed a potential free()ing of a NULL pointer in
__PHYSFS_platformEnumerateFiles() in platform/unix.c. Added
platform/win32.c. Other cleanups to get this compiling with
Visual C and CygWin. Added BAIL_MACRO for times when we were doing
BAIL_IF_MACRO(1, ...). Abstracted mkdir() in the platform drivers.
Added GRP setting output to showcfg in the Makefile. Updated INSTALL
with license info and Win32 build instructions. Dependency on the
readline library in test_physfs.c is now optional.
Changed version to 0.1.2.
08282001 - win32.c now checks HOMEDRIVE, HOMEPATH, and HOME when calculating
the userdir. Added include files that make it a little closer to
compiling under Cygwin. Added a TODO file. Fixed unix.c's
__PHYSFS_platformCalcBaseDir() so that it actually works. Fixed
Makefile so that it links the test program properly.
Changed version to 0.1.3.
08292001 - win32.c calculates the base dir with GetModuleFileName() first, now,
and falls back to SearchPath() if there were problems. Changed an
occurence of _MAX_PATH to MAX_PATH, so both CygWin and Visual C can
handle it.
08312001 - Built PhysicsFS on Mandrake 8.0 for the PowerPC. Compiles clean,
but there's at least one byte-ordering issue in zip.c that needs
to be fixed.
03292002 - Fixed a potential problem in ZIP_realpath() and some byte order
issues in zip.c. Converted unzip.c to use physfs file i/o
abstractions. Converted CHANGELOG to list latest entries first.
03242002 - Added __PHYSFS_platformInit() and __PHYSFS_platformDeinit(). Win32
improvements by Gregory S. Read. Added PHYSFS_[us]int(8|16|32)
types...this breaks binary compatibility with previous PhysicsFS
releases! Added platform specific i/o functions, so we don't have
to rely on stdio anymore. Updated TODO with my comments on the
physfs mailing list. 1.0, here we come! Removed race condition from
grp.c and converted to file i/o abstraction layer calls from stdio.
Tons of other fixes and enhancements.
03202002 - Patched platform/win32.c to compile.
03152002 - PHYSFS_setSaneConfig() now handles failure to set the write dir
better. Patched makefile to link the test program. Changed all the
"write" functions to get data from a "const" buffer. Added an
"extras" dir, which currently contains PhysFS->SDL_RWops glue code.
03052002 - Made unix.c's timeslice implementation more portable, and added a
Darwin-specific means to detect CDs (thanks to Patrick Stein).
Minor cleanup in win32.c (changed "for (; condition ;)" into
"while (condition)" ...)
11142001 - Removed a redundant error check in platform/win32.c
10092001 - Syntax fixes in dir.c, a FIXME in grp.c, and a "cat" command in
the test program. Apparently I had accidentally removed a rather
crucial line from dir.c a few revisions ago, and no one noticed. :(
Fixed. The win32 userdir will default to the base dir, now.
09252001 - Changed API: PHYSFS_setSaneConfig() takes an organization name, and
sets up less directories. Be warned. Fixes from David Hedbor:
make setSaneConfig() set write directory correctly if it had to
create the directory, and make sure that the writing functions
get used in dir.c when a file is opened for writing/appending.
Updated CREDITS.
09142001 - David Hedbor submitted a patch to handle a case where the
current working directory has been deleted out from under the
process (both in platform/unix.c and physfs.c itself). Thanks,
David! Added a CREDITS file. Changed the format of the author field
in PHYSFS_ArchiveInfo to put the email address between "<>" instead
of "()" chars. Updated TODO. make install now deletes previous
revisions of the library. Changed version to 0.1.4.
09012001 - Happy September. Moved the Visual C project files and the zlib
source to a separate download. Look for it at
http://icculus.org/physfs/downloads/physfs-win32-support.zip ...
@@ -43,41 +55,32 @@
code somewhat). Haven't tried to compile the zipfile support, and
I still can't link the library. Dunno what the hell I'm supposed
to do there. Isn't Unix supposed to be hard compared to this?
09142001 - David Hedbor submitted a patch to handle a case where the
current working directory has been deleted out from under the
process (both in platform/unix.c and physfs.c itself). Thanks,
David! Added a CREDITS file. Changed the format of the author field
in PHYSFS_ArchiveInfo to put the email address between "<>" instead
of "()" chars. Updated TODO. make install now deletes previous
revisions of the library. Changed version to 0.1.4.
09252001 - Changed API: PHYSFS_setSaneConfig() takes an organization name, and
sets up less directories. Be warned. Fixes from David Hedbor:
make setSaneConfig() set write directory correctly if it had to
create the directory, and make sure that the writing functions
get used in dir.c when a file is opened for writing/appending.
Updated CREDITS.
10092001 - Syntax fixes in dir.c, a FIXME in grp.c, and a "cat" command in
the test program. Apparently I had accidentally removed a rather
crucial line from dir.c a few revisions ago, and no one noticed. :(
Fixed. The win32 userdir will default to the base dir, now.
11142001 - Removed a redundant error check in platform/win32.c
03052002 - Made unix.c's timeslice implementation more portable, and added a
Darwin-specific means to detect CDs (thanks to Patrick Stein).
Minor cleanup in win32.c (changed "for (; condition ;)" into
"while (condition)" ...)
03152002 - PHYSFS_setSaneConfig() now handles failure to set the write dir
better. Patched makefile to link the test program. Changed all the
"write" functions to get data from a "const" buffer. Added an
"extras" dir, which currently contains PhysFS->SDL_RWops glue code.
03202002 - Patched platform/win32.c to compile.
03242002 - Added __PHYSFS_platformInit() and __PHYSFS_platformDeinit(). Win32
improvements by Gregory S. Read. Added PHYSFS_[us]int(8|16|32)
types...this breaks binary compatibility with previous PhysicsFS
releases! Added platform specific i/o functions, so we don't have
to rely on stdio anymore. Updated TODO with my comments on the
physfs mailing list. 1.0, here we come! Removed race condition from
grp.c and converted to file i/o abstraction layer calls from stdio.
Tons of other fixes and enhancements.
08312001 - Built PhysicsFS on Mandrake 8.0 for the PowerPC. Compiles clean,
but there's at least one byte-ordering issue in zip.c that needs
to be fixed.
08292001 - win32.c calculates the base dir with GetModuleFileName() first, now,
and falls back to SearchPath() if there were problems. Changed an
occurence of _MAX_PATH to MAX_PATH, so both CygWin and Visual C can
handle it.
08282001 - win32.c now checks HOMEDRIVE, HOMEPATH, and HOME when calculating
the userdir. Added include files that make it a little closer to
compiling under Cygwin. Added a TODO file. Fixed unix.c's
__PHYSFS_platformCalcBaseDir() so that it actually works. Fixed
Makefile so that it links the test program properly.
Changed version to 0.1.3.
08232001 - Fixed a potential free()ing of a NULL pointer in
__PHYSFS_platformEnumerateFiles() in platform/unix.c. Added
platform/win32.c. Other cleanups to get this compiling with
Visual C and CygWin. Added BAIL_MACRO for times when we were doing
BAIL_IF_MACRO(1, ...). Abstracted mkdir() in the platform drivers.
Added GRP setting output to showcfg in the Makefile. Updated INSTALL
with license info and Win32 build instructions. Dependency on the
readline library in test_physfs.c is now optional.
Changed version to 0.1.2.
08072001 - Changed version to 0.1.1.
08062001 - Added CD-ROM detection code to the unix platform driver.
08012001 - Added a safety memset in error setting, fixed URLs and email addr.
07282001 - Initial release.

--ryan. (icculus@clutteredmind.org)

13 TODO
@@ -8,14 +8,12 @@ These are in no particular order. A 1.0 release is reliant on doing most of
compiles under Cygwin otherwise.
- Hmm...we can determine the actual CD-ROM drives under Win32, but how do you
decide that there's no disc in the drive?
- MacOS (Classic and X) support.
- Platform-specific functions/macros to handle byte ordering.
- A PHYSFS_readUint32(), _readSint32(), etc API.
- Patch the zlib used on win32 to 1.1.4.
- Switch the CHANGELOG to list newest changes first.
- Write manpages, preferrably generated from some javadoc-style solution
so we can make HTML versions etc from the same data.
- Make internal code respect the new typedefs (PHYSFS_?int??).
- Byte order API; just something simple like:
__EXPORT__ PHYSFS_uint16 PHYSFS_swapBE16(PHYSFS_uint16 val);
__EXPORT__ PHYSFS_uint16 PHYSFS_swapLE16(PHYSFS_uint16 val);
@@ -26,15 +24,12 @@ These are in no particular order. A 1.0 release is reliant on doing most of
- Make win32.c respect the more strict filesystem layout enforced by
Win2000 and later.
- Improve ZIP_seek() (archivers/zip.c)
- entry_is_symlink() and version_does_symlinks() in zip.c have byte-order bugs.
- Make the zipfile parse symlinks with relative paths. See the function
expand_symlink_path() in archivers/zip.c ...
- Make archivers/unzip.c use the new byte order API for a little more
efficiency (it gets 32-bit ints as four 1-byte reads; yuck.)
- Actually, the zipfile driver could use a lot of tweaking. Please look
through it.
- Abstract out the use of stdio. It's not as "std" as I would like, in my
experience. Add code to the platform drivers to open, read, write, seek,
tell, etc on an abstract data type that is opaque outside the individual
platform drivers, so that dir.c has a unified codebase that talks to this
internal abstraction layer. This opaque data type can be a FILE * on unix,
and a HANDLE on win32, etc...
- Other archivers: perhaps tar(.gz|.bz2), RPM, etc. These are less
important, since streaming archives aren't of much value to games (which
is why zipfiles are king: random access), but it could have uses for, say,

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