dtrace: failed to compile script ../dix/Xserver.d: Preprocessor not found #22

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risto3 commented Nov 9, 2012

I'd like to keep dtrace, but since gcc is now in /opt/pkg/gcc* and not in the standard solaris place the following happens by default during compile:

/usr/sbin/dtrace -G -C -o dtrace-dix.o -s ../dix/Xserver.d .libs/*.o
dtrace: failed to compile script ../dix/Xserver.d: Preprocessor not found
gmake[2]: *** [dtrace-dix.o] Error 1
gmake[2]: Leaving directory `/tmp/pkgsrc/x11/modular-xorg-server/work/xorg-server-1.6.5/dix'
gmake[1]: *** [all] Error 2
gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/tmp/pkgsrc/x11/modular-xorg-server/work/xorg-server-1.6.5/dix'
gmake: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

manually, this can work with the xcpppath indicated as follows:

richard@devzone:/tmp/pkgsrc/x11/modular-xorg-server/work/xorg-server-1.6.5/dix$ /usr/sbin/dtrace -G -C -xcpppath=/opt/pkg/gcc47/bin/cpp   -o dtrace-dix.o -s ../dix/Xserver.d .libs/*.o                                                               
<command-line>:0:0: warning: "__STDC__" redefined [-Wbuiltin-macro-redefined]

is there a way to globally fix dtrace to find the correct 'cpppath', perhaps in mk.conf?
A patch to the makefile to hardcode -xcpppath= seems doomed to failure, but perhaps a combination using CPPPATH?

here is the makefile bits:

richard@devzone:/tmp/pkgsrc/x11/modular-xorg-server/work/xorg-server-1.6.5/dix$ grep -i dtrace Makefile*
Makefile:DTRACE = /usr/sbin/dtrace
Makefile:EXTRA_DIST = buildatoms BuiltInAtoms Xserver.d Xserver-dtrace.h.in
Makefile:# Generate dtrace header file for C sources to include
Makefile:BUILT_SOURCES = Xserver-dtrace.h
Makefile:Xserver-dtrace.h: $(srcdir)/Xserver.d
Makefile:       $(DTRACE) -C -h -o $@ -s $(srcdir)/Xserver.d \
Makefile:               || cp Xserver-dtrace.h.in $@
Makefile:# Generate dtrace object code for probes in libdix
Makefile:dtrace-dix.o: $(top_srcdir)/dix/Xserver.d $(am_libdix_la_OBJECTS)
Makefile:       $(DTRACE) -G -C -o $@ -s $(top_srcdir)/dix/Xserver.d .libs/*.o
Makefile:dix.O: dtrace-dix.o $(am_libdix_la_OBJECTS)
Makefile.am:EXTRA_DIST = buildatoms BuiltInAtoms Xserver.d Xserver-dtrace.h.in
Makefile.am:if XSERVER_DTRACE
Makefile.am:# Generate dtrace header file for C sources to include
Makefile.am:BUILT_SOURCES = Xserver-dtrace.h
Makefile.am:Xserver-dtrace.h: $(srcdir)/Xserver.d
Makefile.am:    $(DTRACE) -C -h -o $@ -s $(srcdir)/Xserver.d \
Makefile.am:            || cp Xserver-dtrace.h.in $@
Makefile.am:# Generate dtrace object code for probes in libdix
Makefile.am:dtrace-dix.o: $(top_srcdir)/dix/Xserver.d $(am_libdix_la_OBJECTS)
Makefile.am:    $(DTRACE) -G -C -o $@ -s $(top_srcdir)/dix/Xserver.d .libs/*.o
Makefile.am:dix.O: dtrace-dix.o $(am_libdix_la_OBJECTS)
Makefile.in:@XSERVER_DTRACE_TRUE@noinst_PROGRAMS = dix.O$(EXEEXT)
Makefile.in:DTRACE = @DTRACE@
Makefile.in:EXTRA_DIST = buildatoms BuiltInAtoms Xserver.d Xserver-dtrace.h.in
Makefile.in:# Generate dtrace header file for C sources to include
Makefile.in:@XSERVER_DTRACE_TRUE@BUILT_SOURCES = Xserver-dtrace.h
Makefile.in:@XSERVER_DTRACE_FALSE@dix.O$(EXEEXT): $(dix_O_OBJECTS) $(dix_O_DEPENDENCIES) 
Makefile.in:@XSERVER_DTRACE_FALSE@      @rm -f dix.O$(EXEEXT)
Makefile.in:@XSERVER_DTRACE_FALSE@      $(LINK) $(dix_O_OBJECTS) $(dix_O_LDADD) $(LIBS)
Makefile.in:@XSERVER_DTRACE_TRUE@Xserver-dtrace.h: $(srcdir)/Xserver.d
Makefile.in:@XSERVER_DTRACE_TRUE@       $(DTRACE) -C -h -o $@ -s $(srcdir)/Xserver.d \
Makefile.in:@XSERVER_DTRACE_TRUE@               || cp Xserver-dtrace.h.in $@
Makefile.in:# Generate dtrace object code for probes in libdix
Makefile.in:@XSERVER_DTRACE_TRUE@dtrace-dix.o: $(top_srcdir)/dix/Xserver.d $(am_libdix_la_OBJECTS)
Makefile.in:@XSERVER_DTRACE_TRUE@       $(DTRACE) -G -C -o $@ -s $(top_srcdir)/dix/Xserver.d .libs/*.o
Makefile.in:@XSERVER_DTRACE_TRUE@dix.O: dtrace-dix.o $(am_libdix_la_OBJECTS)
Makefile.in:@XSERVER_DTRACE_TRUE@       ld -r -o $@ .libs/*.o
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rmustacc commented Nov 9, 2012

The default cpp for DTrace has never come from gcc. Rather it defaults to /usr/ccs/lib/cpp. /usr/ccs/lib should almost always just be a symlink to /usr/lib, and hence it should use /usr/lib/cpp. Do you not have a /usr/lib/cpp, or a corresponding symlink?

risto3 commented Nov 9, 2012

This is in a minimal devzone with the gz running oi_151a7 (I can attach the installed packages if needed)..

No /usr/lib/cpp and here is /usr/ccs.
richard@devzone:/home$ ls -l /usr/ccs total 6 drwxr-xr-x 3 root bin 25 oct. 20 15:08 bin drwxr-xr-x 3 root bin 37 nov. 8 17:57 lib richard@devzone:/home$ ls -l /usr/ccs/lib total 37 drwxr-xr-x 2 root bin 27 nov. 8 17:57 amd64 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 17 oct. 20 15:08 cm4defs -> ../../lib/cm4defs lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 14 oct. 20 15:08 help -> ../../lib/help lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 27 oct. 20 15:08 libcurses.so -> ../../../lib/libcurses.so.1 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 22 oct. 20 15:08 libform.so -> ../../lib/libform.so.1 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 24 oct. 20 15:08 libgen.so -> ../../../lib/libgen.so.1 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 19 oct. 20 15:08 libl.so -> ../../lib/libl.so.1 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 24 oct. 20 15:08 libmalloc.so -> ../../lib/libmalloc.so.1 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 22 oct. 20 15:08 libmenu.so -> ../../lib/libmenu.so.1 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 23 oct. 20 15:08 libpanel.so -> ../../lib/libpanel.so.1 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 28 oct. 20 15:08 libtermcap.so -> ../../../lib/libtermcap.so.1 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 27 oct. 20 15:08 libtermlib.so -> ../../../lib/libcurses.so.1 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 19 oct. 20 15:08 liby.so -> ../../lib/liby.so.1 lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 20 oct. 20 15:08 link_audit -> ../../lib/link_audit lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 25 nov. 8 17:57 llib-lcurses -> ../../../lib/llib-lcurses lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 28 nov. 8 17:57 llib-lcurses.ln -> ../../../lib/llib-lcurses.ln lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 20 nov. 8 17:57 llib-lform -> ../../lib/llib-lform lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 23 nov. 8 17:57 llib-lform.ln -> ../../lib/llib-lform.ln lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 22 nov. 8 17:57 llib-lgen -> ../../../lib/llib-lgen lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 25 nov. 8 17:57 llib-lgen.ln -> ../../../lib/llib-lgen.ln lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 20 nov. 8 17:57 llib-lmenu -> ../../lib/llib-lmenu lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 23 nov. 8 17:57 llib-lmenu.ln -> ../../lib/llib-lmenu.ln lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 21 nov. 8 17:57 llib-lpanel -> ../../lib/llib-lpanel lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 24 nov. 8 17:57 llib-lpanel.ln -> ../../lib/llib-lpanel.ln lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 26 nov. 8 17:57 llib-ltermcap -> ../../../lib/llib-ltermcap lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 29 nov. 8 17:57 llib-ltermcap.ln -> ../../../lib/llib-ltermcap.ln lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 25 nov. 8 17:57 llib-ltermlib -> ../../../lib/llib-lcurses lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 28 nov. 8 17:57 llib-ltermlib.ln -> ../../../lib/llib-lcurses.ln lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 19 oct. 20 15:08 svr4.make -> ../../lib/svr4.make lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 21 nov. 8 17:57 values-Xa.o -> ../../lib/values-Xa.o lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 21 nov. 8 17:57 values-Xc.o -> ../../lib/values-Xc.o lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 23 nov. 8 17:57 values-xpg4.o -> ../../lib/values-xpg4.o lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 23 nov. 8 17:57 values-xpg6.o -> ../../lib/values-xpg6.o lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 21 nov. 8 17:57 values-Xs.o -> ../../lib/values-Xs.o lrwxrwxrwx 1 root root 21 nov. 8 17:57 values-Xt.o -> ../../lib/values-Xt.o

risto3 commented Nov 9, 2012

just tried symlinking /opt/pkg/gcc47/bin/cpp into /usr/ccs/lib and it seems ok.
a bit of a kludge, no?

risto3 commented Nov 9, 2012

I get a little bit further, but now:

/usr/sbin/dtrace -G -C -o dtrace.o -s ../dix/Xserver.d .libs/*.o ../dix/.libs/*.o
cpp: error trying to exec 'cc1': execvp: No such file or directory
dtrace: failed to compile script ../dix/Xserver.d: Preprocessor failed to process input program
gmake[1]: *** [dtrace.o] Error 1
gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/tmp/pkgsrc/x11/modular-xorg-server/work/xorg-server-1.6.5/os'

I found cc1 here:

richard@devzone:/home/richard$ find /opt -name cc1
/opt/pkg/gcc47/libexec/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/4.7.0/cc1

in my global zone I find:

richard@x3200:~$ find /usr -name cc1                                                                                                                                  
/usr/sfw/libexec/gcc/i386-pc-solaris2.11/3.4.3/cc1

what about this one?

risto3 commented Nov 9, 2012

this one was strange, probably a pkgsrc bmake thing.
If I manually go into the work directory and invoke the same command

richard@devzone:/tmp/pkgsrc/x11/modular-xorg-server/work/xorg-server-1.6.5/os$ /usr/sbin/dtrace -G -C -o dtrace.o -s ../dix/Xserver.d .libs/*.o ../dix/.libs/*.o
<command-line>:0:0: warning: "__STDC__" redefined [-Wbuiltin-macro-redefined]

I can go on a bit... which I believe means I probably have to do a bmake clean and start over since adding the symlink... arggg.
will see how it goes, and then I'll try a clean rebuild, before reporting back on this on.

risto3 commented Nov 9, 2012

no, it does have problems with cc1
here is the bmake log
https://gist.github.com/9ce44b0b5b4e886a056d/dfe1c710bcee630713f7224318d8aecd7ece1e17

BTW, I've noticed that there is perhaps a build problem with cpp in the gcc47 binary downloaded with bootstrap-2012Q3-illumos.tar.gz, not that I'm sure it is the problem here...

richard@devzone:/home/richard$ /usr/ccs/lib/cpp -v /dev/null
Using built-in specs.
COLLECT_GCC=/usr/ccs/lib/cpp
Target: x86_64-sun-solaris2.11
Configured with: ../gcc-4.7.0/configure --enable-languages='c obj-c++ objc fortran c++' --enable-shared --enable-long-long --with-local-prefix=/opt/pkg/gcc47 --enable-libssp --enable-threads=posix --with-boot-ldflags='-static-libstdc++ -static-libgcc -Wl,-R/opt/pkg/lib' --disable-nls --enable-__cxa_atexit --with-gxx-include-dir=/opt/pkg/gcc47/include/c++/ --without-gnu-ld --with-ld=/usr/bin/ld --with-gnu-as --with-as=/opt/pkg/gnu/bin/as --prefix=/opt/pkg/gcc47 --build=x86_64-sun-solaris2.11 --host=x86_64-sun-solaris2.11 --infodir=/opt/pkg/gcc47/info --mandir=/opt/pkg/gcc47/man
Thread model: posix
gcc version 4.7.0 (GCC) 
COLLECT_GCC_OPTIONS='-E' '-v' '-mtune=generic' '-march=x86-64'
 /opt/pkg/gcc47/libexec/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/4.7.0/cc1 -E -quiet -v /dev/null -mtune=generic -march=x86-64
ignoring nonexistent directory "/opt/pkg/gcc47/lib/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/4.7.0/../../../../x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/include"
#include "..." search starts here:
#include <...> search starts here:
 /opt/pkg/gcc47/lib/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/4.7.0/include
 /opt/pkg/gcc47/include
 /opt/pkg/gcc47/lib/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/4.7.0/include-fixed
 /usr/include
End of search list.
# 1 "/dev/null"
# 1 "<command-line>"
# 1 "/dev/null"
COMPILER_PATH=/opt/pkg/gcc47/libexec/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/4.7.0/:/opt/pkg/gcc47/libexec/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/4.7.0/:/opt/pkg/gcc47/libexec/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/:/opt/pkg/gcc47/lib/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/4.7.0/:/opt/pkg/gcc47/lib/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/:/usr/ccs/bin/
LIBRARY_PATH=/opt/pkg/gcc47/lib/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/4.7.0/:/opt/pkg/gcc47/lib/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/4.7.0/../../../../x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/lib/amd64/:/opt/pkg/gcc47/lib/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/4.7.0/../../../amd64/:/lib/amd64/:/usr/lib/amd64/:/opt/pkg/gcc47/lib/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/4.7.0/../../../../x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/lib/:/opt/pkg/gcc47/lib/gcc/x86_64-sun-solaris2.11/4.7.0/../../../:/lib/:/usr/lib/
COLLECT_GCC_OPTIONS='-E' '-v' '-mtune=generic' '-march=x86-64'

looks like there is a bit of confustion around the include directories ...

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rmustacc commented Nov 9, 2012

Not having a proper cpp set up for DTrace, nor having /usr/lib/cpp is an OI packaging bug. Making /usr/lib/cpp a symlink to a GCC cpp is not the right answer. If you read filesystem(5), /usr/ccs/lib these days is expected to just be /lib. Furthermore, historically /usr/lib/cpp is a pre-ANSI cpp.

risto3 commented Nov 9, 2012

well, I reluctantly did a pkg install cpp after removing the symlink:

richard@devzone:/home/richard/src/pkgsrc/x11/modular-xorg-server$ pkg contents -m cpp
set name=pkg.fmri value=pkg://openindiana.org/developer/macro/cpp@0.5.11,5.11-0.151.1.7:20121003T215552Z
set name=org.opensolaris.consolidation value=sunpro
set name=info.classification value=org.opensolaris.category.2008:Development/C
set name=variant.arch value=i386
set name=variant.opensolaris.zone value=global value=nonglobal
set name=description value="Solaris cpp"
set name=pkg.description value="Solaris cpp"
set name=pkg.summary value="Solaris cpp"
dir group=bin mode=0755 owner=root path=usr/ccs
dir group=bin mode=0755 owner=root path=usr/ccs/bin
dir group=bin mode=0755 owner=root path=usr/ccs/lib
dir group=bin mode=0755 owner=root path=usr/lib
link path=usr/ccs/lib/cpp target=../../lib/cpp
legacy arch=i386 category=system desc="Solaris cpp" hotline="Please contact your local service provider" name="Solaris cpp" pkg=SUNWcpp vendor="Sun Microsystems, Inc." version=5.11,REV=2009.02.13
license 30289f31a30afdb54f35f881c7f65da833b46af6 chash=f41a6e247474f09f908d1260d5e919b0e53abc4a license=SUNWcpp.copyright pkg.csize=4000 pkg.size=9569
file eb2bfe0293b3b23f635bfa6024528f904b68f273 chash=8dd3385cf3b01499dd6edb340976f4a26b0ce55a elfarch=i386 elfbits=32 elfhash=f6580e06326c54d70651b97f121454cbdb60f4a2 group=bin mode=0755 owner=root path=usr/lib/cpp pkg.csize=27677 pkg.size=69140
depend fmri=consolidation/sunpro/sunpro-incorporation type=require
depend fmri=system/library@0.5.11-0.151.1.7 type=require
richard@devzone:/home/richard/src/pkgsrc/x11/modular-xorg-server$ /usr/ccs/lib/cpp -v /dev/null
unknown flag -v
# 1 "/dev/null" 
richard@devzone:/home/richard/src/pkgsrc/x11/modular-xorg-server$ /usr/ccs/lib/cpp -V /dev/null                                                                                                                      
cpp: Software Generation Utilities (SGU) SunOS/SVR4
# 1 "/dev/null" 

and a the build using bmake was successful.

Not so sure I like adding the "old" cpp. Is dtrace considered to be always on the core system? Perhaps it would be a possibility to make a pkgsrc package version to ease this type of thing?
(and provide dtrace to systems that don't necessarily have it).

wesolows commented Nov 9, 2012

On Fri, Nov 09, 2012 at 07:24:34AM -0800, risto3 wrote:

Not so sure I like adding the "old" cpp. Is dtrace considered to be always on the core system? Perhaps it would be a possibility to make a pkgsrc package version to ease this type of thing?
(and provide dtrace to systems that don't necessarily have it).

The K&R cpp is required on any system for development, and realistically
for a lot of other things as well, like dtrace -C and various programs
that rely on it to preprocess their configuration files. That it is
also needed for dtrace -G to work should not be surprising. Your
distribution is broken if it makes it easy to install a system without
cpp. It is also broken if it makes cpp optional without documenting all
the things that will break if it is missing (the attempt to do so should
be sufficiently difficult to rapidly convince the authors that cpp
simply is not optional). Adding pkgsrc packages for things like dtrace
and cpp that are basic parts of any functional system is not the correct
answer. That would introduce dependencies from the base system into
pkgsrc; for example, see plockstat(1). Please do not break pkgsrc to
accommodate insane distributions that deny the existence of dependencies
within the system.

risto3 commented Nov 9, 2012

Thanks! for the explanation I was looking for regarding dtrace and this cpp needing to be on the core system. The pkgsrc part was an otherwise... ergo moot.

Why are they not both installed by default when creating a zone (this is all in a minimal, exclusive IP ipkg zone), notably during zoneadm -z <zonename> install.

I will file a bug.

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            The macros are silently ignored.

2013-04-17: wsfulton
            [C#] Pull patch #34 from BrantKyser to fix smart pointers in conjuction with directors.

2013-04-15: kwwette
            [Octave] Fix bugs in output of cleanup code.
            - Cleanup code is now written also after the "fail:" label, so it will be called if
              a SWIG_exception is raised by the wrapping function, consistent with other modules.
            - Octave module now also recognises the "$cleanup" special variable, if needed.

2013-04-08: kwwette
            Add -MP option to SWIG for generating phony targets for all dependencies.
            - Prevents make from complaining if header files have been deleted before
              the dependency file has been updated.
            - Modelled on similar option in GCC.

2013-04-09: olly
	    [PHP] Add missing directorin typemap for char* and char[] which
	    fixes director_string testcase failure.

2013-04-05: wsfulton
            [Ruby] SF Bug #1292 - Runtime fixes for Proc changes in ruby-1.9 when using STL
            wrappers that override the default predicate, such as:

              %template(Map) std::map<swig::LANGUAGE_OBJ, swig::LANGUAGE_OBJ, swig::BinaryPredicate<> >;

2013-04-05: wsfulton
            [Ruby] SF Bug #1159 - Correctly check rb_respond_to call return values to fix some
            further 1.9 problems with functors and use of Complex wrappers.

2013-04-02: wsfulton
            [Ruby] Runtime fixes for std::complex wrappers for ruby-1.9 - new native Ruby complex numbers are used.

2013-03-30: wsfulton
            [Ruby] Fix seg fault when using STL containers of generic Ruby types, GC_VALUE or LANGUAGE_OBJECT,
            on exit of the Ruby interpreter. More frequently observed in ruby-1.9.

2013-03-29: wsfulton
            [Ruby] Fix delete_if (reject!) for the STL container wrappers which previously would
            sometimes seg fault or not work.

2013-03-25: wsfulton
            [Python] Fix some undefined behaviour deleting slices in the STL containers.

2013-03-19: wsfulton
            [C#, Java, D] Fix seg fault in SWIG using directors when class and virtual method names are
            the same except being in different namespaces when the %nspace feature is not being used.

2013-02-19: kwwette
            Fix bug in SWIG's handling of qualified (e.g. const) variables of array type. Given the typedef
              a(7).q(volatile).double myarray     // typedef volatile double[7] myarray;
            the type
              q(const).myarray                    // const myarray
            becomes
              a(7).q(const volatile).double       // const volatile double[7]
            Previously, SwigType_typedef_resolve() produces the type
              q(const).a(7).q(volatile).double    // non-sensical type
            which would never match %typemap declarations, whose types were parsed correctly.
            Add typemap_array_qualifiers.i to the test suite which checks for the correct behaviour.

2013-02-18: wsfulton
            Deprecate typedef names used as constructor and destructor names in %extend. The real
            class/struct name should be used.

              typedef struct tagEStruct {
                int ivar;
              } EStruct;

              %extend tagEStruct {
                EStruct() // illegal name, should be tagEStruct()
                {
                  EStruct *s = new EStruct();
                  s->ivar = ivar0;
                  return s;
                }
                ~EStruct() // illegal name, should be ~tagEStruct()
                {
                  delete $self;
                }
              }

            For now these trigger a warning:

              extend_constructor_destructor.i:107: Warning 522: Use of an illegal constructor name 'EStruct' in
              %extend is deprecated, the constructor name should be 'tagEStruct'.
              extend_constructor_destructor.i:111: Warning 523: Use of an illegal destructor name 'EStruct' in
              %extend is deprecated, the destructor name should be 'tagEStruct'.

            These %extend destructor and constructor names were valid up to swig-2.0.4, however swig-2.0.5 ignored
            them altogether for C code as reported in SF bug #1306. The old behaviour of using them has been
            restored for now, but is officially deprecated. This does not apply to anonymously defined typedef
            classes/structs such as:

              typedef struct {...} X;

2013-02-17: kwwette
            When generating functions provided by %extend, use "(void)" for no-argument functions
            instead of "()". This prevents warnings when compiling with "gcc -Wstrict-prototypes".

2013-02-17: kwwette
            [Octave] Minor fix to autodoc generation: get the right type for functions returning structs.

2013-02-15: wsfulton
            Deprecate typedef names used in %extend that are not the real class/struct name. For example:

              typedef struct StructBName {
                int myint;
              } StructB;

              %extend StructB {
                void method() {}
              }

            will now trigger a warning:

              swig_extend.i:19: Warning 326: Deprecated %extend name used - the struct name StructBName
              should be used instead of the typedef name StructB.

            This is only partially working anyway (the %extend only worked if placed after the class
            definition).

2013-02-09: wsfulton
            [CFFI] Apply patch #22 - Fix missing package before &body

2013-01-29: wsfulton
            [Java] Ensure 'javapackage' typemap is used as it stopped working from version 2.0.5.

2013-01-28: wsfulton
            [Python] Apply patch SF #334 - Fix default value conversions "TRUE"->True, "FALSE"->False.

2013-01-28: wsfulton
            [Java] Apply patch SF #335 - Truly ignore constructors in directors with %ignore.

2013-01-18: Brant Kyser
            [Java] Patch #15 - Allow the use of the nspace feature without the -package commandline option.
            This works as long and the new jniclasspackage pragma is used to place the JNI intermediate class
            into a package and the nspace feature is used to place all exposed types into a package.

2013-01-15: wsfulton
            Fix Visual Studio examples to work when SWIG is unzipped into a directory containing spaces.

2013-01-15: wsfulton
            [C#] Fix cstype typemap lookup for member variables so that a fully qualified variable name
            matches. For example:
              %typemap(cstype) bool MVar::mvar "MyBool"
              struct MVar {
                bool mvar;
              };

2013-01-11: Brant Kyser
	    [Java, C#, D] SF Bug #1299 - Fix generated names for when %nspace is used on
            classes with the same name in two different namespaces.

2013-01-11: Vladimir Kalinin
	    [C#] Add support for csdirectorin 'pre', 'post' and 'terminator' attributes.

2013-01-08: olly
	    [PHP] Fix to work with a ZTS build of PHP (broken in 2.0.7).

2013-01-07: olly
	    Fix bashism in configure, introduced in 2.0.9.

2013-01-06: wsfulton
            Pull patch #4 from ptomulik to fix SF Bug #1296 - Fix incorrect warning for virtual destructors
            in templates, such as:
             Warning 521: Illegal destructor name B< A >::~B(). Ignored.

2013-01-05: wsfulton
            [Python] Pull patch #3 from ptomulik to fix SF Bug #1295 - standard exceptions as
            classes using the SWIG_STD_EXCEPTIONS_AS_CLASSES macro.

2013-01-04: wsfulton
            [Java] Pull patch #2 from BrantKyser to fix SF Bug #1283 - fix smart pointers in conjuction
            with directors.

2013-01-03: wsfulton
            [Java] Pull patch #1 from BrantKyser to fix SF Bug #1278 - fix directors and nspace feature when
            multilevel namespaces are used.

Version 2.0.9 (16 December 2012)
================================

2012-12-16: wsfulton
            Fix garbage line number / empty file name reporting for some missing
            '}' or ')' error messages.

2012-12-15: kkaempf
            [Ruby] Apply patch 3530444, Class#methods and Class#constants returns array of
            symbols in Ruby 1.9+

2012-12-14: kkaempf
            [Ruby] Apply patch 3530439 and finally replace all occurrences of the STR2CSTR() macro
            with StringValuePtr(). STR2CSTR was deprecated since years and got removed in Ruby 1.9

2012-12-14: kkaempf
            [Ruby] Applied patches #3530442 and 3530443 to adapt compile and runtime include
            paths to match Ruby 1.9+

2012-12-14: wsfulton
            [CFFI] Fix #3161614 - Some string constants are incorrect

2012-12-13: wsfulton
            [CFFI] Fix #3529690 - Fix incorrect constant names.

2012-12-12: drjoe
	    [R] add fix to finalizer that was missed earlier

2012-12-11: wsfulton
            [Python] Apply patch #3590522 - fully qualified package paths for Python 3 even if a module is in the
            same package.

2012-12-08: wsfulton
            [Python] Bug #3563647 - PyInt_FromSize_t unavailable prior to Python 2.5 for unsigned int types.

2012-12-08: wsfulton
            [Perl] Fix bug #3571361 - C++ comment in C wrappers.

2012-12-07: wsfulton
            [C#] Apply patch #3571029 which adds missing director support for const unsigned long long &.

2012-11-28: kwwette
            [Octave] Simplified module loading: now just the syntax
            $ example;
            is accepted, which loads functions globally but constants and variables relative to the current scope.
            This make module loading behaviour reliably consistent, and reduces problems when loading modules which
            depend on other modules which may not have been previously loaded.

2012-11-27: wsfulton
            [cffi] Fix junk output when wrapping single character literal constants.

2012-11-17: wsfulton
            [Tcl, Modula3] Add missing support for -outdir.

2012-11-17: wsfulton
            Fix segfaults when using filename paths greater than 1024 characters in length.

2012-11-14: wsfulton
            [ccache-swig] Apply patch #3586392 from Frederik Deweerdt to fix some error cases - incorrectly using
            memory after it has been deleted.

2012-11-09: vzeitlin
            [Python] Fix overflow when passing values greater than LONG_MAX from Python 3 for parameters with unsigned long C type.

2012-11-09: wsfulton
            Fix some feature matching issues for implicit destructors and implicit constructors and implicit
            copy constructors added with %copyctor. Previously a feature for these had to be fully qualified
            in order to match. Now the following will also match:

              %feature("xyz") ~XXX();
              struct XXX {};

2012-11-09: wsfulton
            Further consistency in named output typemap lookups for implicit constructors and destructors and
            implicit copy constructors added with %copyctor. Previously only the fully qualified name was being
            used, now the unqualified name will also be used. For example, previously:

              example.i:38: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void

            Now the unqualified name is also used:

              example.i:38: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void ~More
                Looking for: void

2012-11-02: wsfulton
            Fix some subtle named output typemap lookup misses, the fully qualified name was not always being
            used for variables, for example:

              struct Glob {
                int MyVar;
              };

            Previously the search rules (as shown by -debug-tmsearch) for the getter wrapper were:

              example.i:44: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: int MyVar
                Looking for: int MyVar
                Looking for: int

            Now the scope is named correctly:

              example.i:44: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: int Glob::MyVar
                Looking for: int Glob::MyVar
                Looking for: int MyVar
                Looking for: int

2012-10-26: wsfulton
            Fix director typemap searching so that a typemap specified with a name will be correctly matched. Previously
            the name was ignored during the typemap search. Applies to the following list of typemaps:
            directorout, csdirectorout, cstype, imtype, ctype, ddirectorout, dtype, gotype, jtype, jni, javadirectorout.

2012-10-11: wsfulton
            Most of the special variables available for use in %exception are now also available for expansion in
            %extend blocks. These are: $name $symname $overname $decl $fulldecl $parentname $parentsymname, see docs
            on "Class extension" in SWIGPlus.html. Patch based on submission from Kris Thielemans.

2012-10-10: wsfulton
            Additional new special variables in %exception are expanded as follows:
              $parentname - The parent class name (if any) for a method.
              $parentsymname - The target language parent class name (if any) for a method.

2012-10-08: iant
	    [Go] Generating Go code now requires using the -intgosize option to
	    indicate the size of the 'int' type in Go.  This is because the
	    size of the type is changing from Go 1.0 to Go 1.1 for x86_64.

2012-09-14: wsfulton
	    Add new warning if the empty template instantiation is used as a base class, for example:

              template <typename T> class Base {};
              %template() Base<int>;
              class Derived : public Base<int> {};

            gives the following warning instead of silently ignoring the base:

            cpp_inherit.i:52: Warning 401: Base class 'Base< int >' has no name as it is an empty template instantiated with '%template()'. Ignored.
            cpp_inherit.i:51: Warning 401: The %template directive must be written before 'Base< int >' is used as a base class and be declared with a name.


2012-09-11: wsfulton
	    [Java] Fix #3535304 - Direct use of a weak global reference in directors
            sometimes causing seg faults especially on Android.

2012-09-06: wsfulton
	    [Java] Fix (char *STRING, size_t LENGTH) typemaps to accept NULL string.

2012-08-26: drjoe
	    [R] make ExternalReference slot ref to contain reference

2012-08-26: drjoe
	    [R] fix Examples/Makefile to use C in $(CC) rather than $(CXX)
bf3a424
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Sep 16, 2013
taca Update camping to 2.1.532.
= 2.1
=== 19th Aug, 2010 (whyday)
* Helpers#R now calls to_param on any object it passes in
* Fix route generation issue with routes including "." (#22)
* Improved tests
* Improved 1.9 support
* Camping::Server is now built upon Rack::Server
* Add support for ERB, Haml etc through Tilt
* Introducing Camping.options and Camping#set
* Camping::Server only loads ActiveRecord when needed
4d00646
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Nov 1, 2013
wen Update to 0.37
Upstream changes:
version: 0.37
date:    Fri Oct 25 21:46:59 MYT 2013
changes:
- Bugfix: Run Test::Compile tests as xt as they require optional dependencies to be present (GH issue #22)
- Testing: Added Travis-CI integration
- Makefile: Added target to update version on all packages
---
version: 0.36
date:    Sun Oct 20 04:44:42 MYT 2013
changes:
- Move the distribution to Dist::Zilla
b850e32
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
abs Updated www/p5-libwww to 6.04
_______________________________________________________________________________
2012-02-18  Release 6.04

Gisle Aas (4):
      Typo fix; envirionment [RT#72386]
      Implement $ua->is_online test
      Add separate option to enable the live jigsaw tests
      Merge pull request #10 from trcjr/master

Theodore Robert Campbell Jr (3):
      now with put and delete helpers
      updated POD
      unit tests for ua->put and ua->delete

Peter Rabbitson (1):
      These modules work with 5.8.1




_______________________________________________________________________________
2011-10-15  Release 6.03

Ville Skyttä (7):
      Link updates.
      Attribute documentation wording improvements.
      Don't parse robots.txt response content unless it's textual.
      Decode robots.txt response content before attempting to parse it.
      RobotUA robots.txt response parsing cleanups.
      Don't parse HEAD of robots.txt responses.
      Request handler doc grammar fixes.

Gisle Aas (6):
      Pass on HTTP/1.0 if set as request protocol
      Remove outdated docs (not touched since 1996 :-)
      Merge pull request #22 from madsen/RT67947-verify_hostname
      PERL_LWP_ENV_PROXY tweaks
      lwp-request didn't respect -H Content-type [RT#70488]
      lwp-request -H didn't allow repeated headers

Christopher J. Madsen (2):
      verify_hostname defaults to 0 if ssl_opts provided [RT#67947]
      Test verify_hostname setting

Bryan Cardillo (1):
      Fix expect header support to work with content refs.

Moritz Onken (1):
      add PERL_LWP_ENV_PROXY env variable to enable env_proxy globally
3f36bac
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
taca Update ruby-test-unit package to 2.4.8.
2.4.8 – 2012-3-6

It's a bug fix release.

* Improvements

  - Delayed at_exit registration until Test::Unit is used. [GitHub:#21]
    [Reported by Jason Lunn]
  - Added workaround for test-spec. [GitHub:#22] [Reported by Cédric Boutillier]

* Fixes

  - Fixed an error on code snippet display on JRuby. [GitHub:#19][GitHub:#20]
    [Reported by Jørgen P. Tjernø][Patch by Junegunn Choi]

* Thanks

  Jørgen P. Tjernø
  Junegunn Choi
  Jason Lunn


2.4.7 – 2012-2-10

It’s a code snippet improvement release.

* Improvements

  - Supported code snippet display on all faults.


2.4.6 – 2012-2-9

It’s a TAP runner separated release.

* Improvements

  - Moved TAP runner to test-unit-runner-tap gem from test-unit gem.
  - Supported code snippet display on failure.


2.4.5 – 2012-1-16

It’s a failure message readability improvement release.

* Improvements

  - Removed needless information from exception inspected text on
    failure. It’s for easy to read.
  - Supported custom inspector.


2.4.4 – 2012-1-2

It’s a Rails integration improved release.

* Improvements

  - [ui][console] Don’t break progress display when a test is failed.
  - [ui][console] Added markers betwen a failure detail message in progress to
    improve visibility.
  - [travis] Dropped Ruby 1.8.6 as a test target. [GitHub:#13] [Patch by Josh
    Kalderimis]
  - Supported expected value == 0 case in assert_in_epsilon. [RubyForge#29485]
    [Reported by Syver Enstad]
  - Supported a block style setup/teardown/cleanup.

* Thanks

  Josh Kalderimis
  Syver Enstad
2ebd051
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
taca Update ruby-logging to 1.7.2.
== 1.7.2 / 2012-04-03

Bug Fixes
- Fixed segmentation fault on exit [issue #30]
- Fixed syswrite warning when IO contains unflushed data in buffer [issue #31]
- Added "mingw" to the list of Windows host versions

== 1.7.1 / 2012-03-05

Bug Fixes
- Fixed deprecated use of Config::* [issue #29]

== 1.7.0 / 2012-02-18

Enhancements
- Move appender factories [issue #28]
- ActionMail compatible options in the email appender [issue #27]
- Add TLS support to the email appender [issue #25]
- Refactoring appender shutdown [issue #20]
Bug Fixes
- File locking fails on windows using JRuby [issue #22]

== 1.6.2 / 2012-01-05

Bug Fixes
- Fix typo in the Readme [issue #14]
- Fix spelling in a variety of places [issue #15]
- Solaris does not have Syslog#LOG_PERROR defined [issue #17]
- Fix failing tests for Ruby 1.9.3 [issue #18]
- Check for RUBY_ENGINE for Ruby 1.8.7 [issue #19]
- Whitespace and '# EOF' cleanup
- Support for Rubinious

== 1.6.1 / 2011-09-09

Bug Fixes
- Rails compatibility methods [issue #11]
- Blocked rolling file appender [issue #12]

== 1.6.0 / 2011-08-22

Enhancements
- Adding periodic flushing of buffered messages [issue #10]
- Accessor for a logger's appenders [issue #9]
- Better support for capturing log messages in RSpec version 1 & 2

== 1.5.2 / 2011-07-07

Bug Fixes
- Changing working directory breaks rolling file appenders [issue #8]

== 1.5.1 / 2011-06-03

Bug Fixes
- IO streams cannot be buffered when using syswrite
- JRuby does not allow shared locks on write only file descriptors
- Fixing tests for JRuby 1.6.X

== 1.5.0 / 2011-03-22

Minor Enhancements
- removed mutexes in favor of IO#syswrite
- no round tripping through the buffer array when auto_flushing is true
- added a Proxy object that will log all methods called on it
- colorization of log messages
f11b736
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
obache Update py-pip to 1.1.
Based on PR 46531 by Wen Heping.
* convert to use python/egg.mk.

1.1 (2012-02-16)
----------------

* Fixed issue #326 - don't crash when a package's setup.py emits UTF-8 and
  then fails. Thanks Marc Abramowitz.

* Added ``--target`` option for installing directly to arbitrary directory.
  Thanks Stavros Korokithakis.

* Added support for authentication with Subversion repositories. Thanks
  Qiangning Hong.

* Fixed issue #315 - ``--download`` now downloads dependencies as well.
  Thanks Qiangning Hong.

* Errors from subprocesses will display the current working directory.
  Thanks Antti Kaihola.

* Fixed issue #369 - compatibility with Subversion 1.7. Thanks Qiangning
  Hong. Note that setuptools remains incompatible with Subversion 1.7; to
  get the benefits of pip's support you must use Distribute rather than
  setuptools.

* Fixed issue #57 - ignore py2app-generated OS X mpkg zip files in finder.
  Thanks Rene Dudfield.

* Fixed issue #182 - log to ~/Library/Logs/ by default on OS X framework
  installs. Thanks Dan Callahan for report and patch.

* Fixed issue #310 - understand version tags without minor version ("py3")
  in sdist filenames. Thanks Stuart Andrews for report and Olivier Girardot for
  patch.

* Fixed issue #7 - Pip now supports optionally installing setuptools
  "extras" dependencies; e.g. "pip install Paste[openid]". Thanks Matt Maker
  and Olivier Girardot.

* Fixed issue #391 - freeze no longer borks on requirements files with
  --index-url or --find-links. Thanks Herbert Pfennig.

* Fixed issue #288 - handle symlinks properly. Thanks lebedov for the patch.

* Fixed issue #49 - pip install -U no longer reinstalls the same versions of
  packages. Thanks iguananaut for the pull request.

* Removed ``-E`` option and ``PIP_RESPECT_VIRTUALENV``; both use a
  restart-in-venv mechanism that's broken, and neither one is useful since
  every virtualenv now has pip inside it.

* Fixed issue #366 - pip throws IndexError when it calls `scraped_rel_links`

* Fixed issue #22 - pip search should set and return a userful shell status code

* Fixed issue #351 and #365 - added global ``--exists-action`` command line
  option to easier script file exists conflicts, e.g. from editable
  requirements from VCS that have a changed repo URL.
f49c017
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
obache Update ibus-chewing to 1.4.2.
* Thu Aug 30 2012 Ding-Yi Chen <dchen at redhat.com> - 1.4.2
- Fixed GitHub issue #7: highlighted text be cut after switch back to pure ibus
  by merging pull request #24 from buganini
- Fixed GitHub issue #20: Shift key will send duplicated strings
  by merging pull request #22 from buganini
- Fixed GitHub issue #21: somethings wrong with cmake
- Fixed GitHub issue #25: Weird symbol when input with somethings highlighted
  by merging pull request #26 from buganini
- Fixed GitHub issue #27: Local path committed into tree
- Fixed: Bug 713033 -  [zh_TW] ibus-chewing problem
- Fixed: Bug 745371 -  ibus-chewing: mode confusion In Temporary English mode and Chinese mode later on
- Fixed: Google Issue 1172: [ibus-chewing] move elf file to standard directory.
- Fixed: Google Issue 1426: ibus-chewing-1.3.10 installs directory /gconf to root filesystem
- Fixed: Google Issue 1428: ibus-chewing-1.3.10 fails to save it's settings
- Fixed: Google Issue 1481: Some characters are missing when a long string in preedit buffer.
- Fixed: Google Issue 1490: Cannot change INSTAL prefix for ibus-chewing-1.4.0
f02d6db
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
wen Update to 0.53
Upstream changes:
0.53  2013-03-20T06:04:34Z
      - Fixed some documentation typos, thanks to Mike O'Regan (Issue #22).
      - Fixed issue where an connection failure caused an unhelpful error
        (Issue #26).
e66345c
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
wen Update to 2.19
Upstream changes:
2.19      2013-05-13 10:02:15 Australia/Melbourne

        * BUGFIX: Loading a file that does not change packages while
          autodie in effect no longer causes weird behaviour when
          slurpy built-ins (like open() and unlink()) are called. GH #22
          Thanks to Niels Thykier.

        * TEST: Tests for leak guard failures for slurpy core functions.

2.18      2013-05-12 18:12:14 Australia/Melbourne

        * TEST: More testing in scope_leak.t.

        * TEST: More testing around packages in truncate.t.

        * SPEED / INTERNAL: Significant improvements in load time,
          especially when autodie is used across multiple files,
          by caching reuseable subroutines and reducing calls to eval "".
          Huge thanks to Niels Thykier, who is a hero of the
          free people, and completely and utterly awesome.
          (RT #46984)

        * DOCUMENTATION: Spelling and correction fixes,
          courtesy David Steinbrunner.

        * DEVEL: Faster and more robust testing with travis-ci.

        * DEVEL: Some simple benchmarks bundled in the benchmarks/ directory.

2.17      2013-04-29 01:03:50 Australia/Melbourne

        * DOCS: Spelling fixes thanks to dsteinbrunner! (RT #84897)

        * DOCS: Fixed github links to point to 'pjf' rather than
          'pfenwick' (GH #18, thanks to Lx!)

        * INTERNAL: Silence warnings about experimental smart-match on
          5.17.11+ (via Brian Fraser and p5p)

        * TEST / BUILD: Generate .travis.yml files for CI testing via
          dzil.

2.16      2013-02-23 01:49:16 Australia/Melbourne

        * BUGFIX: Fix breakages under 5.8.x related to the new
          autodie::skip feature.

        * BUILD / BUGFIX: Remove dependency on parent.pm.

2.15      2013-02-22 23:55:22 Australia/Melbourne

        * BUILD / BUGFIX: Correct meta-info that wanted at least Perl
          v5.8.40, rather than v5.8.4.  Giant thanks to Paul Howarth
          for spotting this!

2.14      2013-02-22 15:43:33 Australia/Melbourne

        * FEATURE: Classes which claim they ->DOES('autodie::skip') are now
          skipped when generating exceptions.  This is mainly of use to
          utility classes. See `perldoc autodie::skip` for more details.
          (GH Issue #15)

        * FEATURE / BUGFIX / INCOMPAT: 'chmod' is now in the ':filesys'
          category (was in ':file').

        * BUGFIX: Added support for 'chown' and 'utime', that was
          previously overlooked. Mad props to RsrchBoy for spotting this.
          These are all in the ':filesys' category.
          (GH Pull #13)

        * BUGFIX: Added support for 'kill'. This is part of the
          ':ipc' category.

        * BUGFIX: Fixed bug whereby chmod, chown, kill, unlink and
          utime would not throw an exception when they didn't
          change all their files or signal all their processes.

        * TEST: truncate.t is now skipped on systems that don't have a
          working File::Temp.

        * TEST: open.t has a few more tests for exotic modes.

        * TEST: chown() tests are skipped on Win32, as chown on Windows
          is a no-op. (Thanks to Mithaldu for spotting this!)

        * TEST: Author tests now look for the AUTHOR_TESTING env
          variable (for dzil compliance).

        * TEST: Better testing for chown, chmod, and unlink.

        * TEST: Better testing for utime.

        * TEST: kwalitee.t is now only run when $ENV{RELEASE_TESTING} is set.

        * BUGFIX: Removed executable bits from some bundled text files.

        * BUILD: We now use dzil to manage autodie.

        * BUILD: Only Perl 5.8.4 and above is supported by autodie.
          Please upgrade your Perl distro if you're using 5.8.3 or
          below.

2.13  Thu Nov  8 14:22:03 EST 2012
        * TEST: Deterministic tests in hints_pod_examples.t .
          (RT #80412, thanks to demerphq)

        * INTERNAL: subroutine installs are now done in a
          deterministic order. (RT #80414, thanks to demerphq)
ba83119
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
wiz Update to 2.0.10, based on the 2.0.9 package in wip provided by
Jason Bacon.  Should make gnuradio find swig2.

Version 2.0.10 (27 May 2013)
============================

2013-05-25: wsfulton
            [Python] Fix Python 3 inconsistency when negative numbers are passed
            where a parameter expects an unsigned C type. An OverFlow error is
            now consistently thrown instead of a TypeError.

2013-05-25: Artem Serebriyskiy
            SVN Patch ticket #338 - fixes to %attribute macros for template usage
            with %arg.

2013-05-19: wsfulton
            Fix ccache-swig internal error bug due to premature file cleanup.

            Fixes SF bug 1319 which shows up as a failure in the ccache tests on
            Debian 64 bit Wheezy, possibly because ENABLE_ZLIB is defined.

            This is a corner case which will be hit when the maximum number of files
            in the cache is set to be quite low (-F option), resulting in a cache miss.

2013-05-09: kwwette
            [Octave] Fix bugs in Octave module loading:
            - fix a memory leak in setting of global variables
            - install functions only once, to speed up module loads

2013-04-28: gjanssens
            [Guile] Updates in guile module:
            - Add support for guile 2.0
            - Drop support for guile 1.6
            - Drop support for generating wrappers using guile's gh interface.
              All generated wrappers will use the scm interface from now on.
            - Deprecate -gh and -scm options. They are no longer needed.
              A warning will be issued when these options are still used.
            - Fix all tests and examples to have a successful travis test

2013-04-18: wsfulton
            Apply Patch #36 from Jesus Lopez to add support for $descriptor() special variable macro expansion
            in fragments. For example:

              %fragment("nameDescriptor", "header")
              %{
                static const char *nameDescriptor = "$descriptor(Name)";
              %}

            which will generate into the wrapper if the fragment is used:

              static const char *nameDescriptor = "SWIGTYPE_Name";

2013-04-18: wsfulton
            Fix SF Bug #428 - Syntax error when preprocessor macros are defined inside of enum lists, such as:

              typedef enum {
                eZero = 0
              #define ONE 1
              } EFoo;

            The macros are silently ignored.

2013-04-17: wsfulton
            [C#] Pull patch #34 from BrantKyser to fix smart pointers in conjuction with directors.

2013-04-15: kwwette
            [Octave] Fix bugs in output of cleanup code.
            - Cleanup code is now written also after the "fail:" label, so it will be called if
              a SWIG_exception is raised by the wrapping function, consistent with other modules.
            - Octave module now also recognises the "$cleanup" special variable, if needed.

2013-04-08: kwwette
            Add -MP option to SWIG for generating phony targets for all dependencies.
            - Prevents make from complaining if header files have been deleted before
              the dependency file has been updated.
            - Modelled on similar option in GCC.

2013-04-09: olly
	    [PHP] Add missing directorin typemap for char* and char[] which
	    fixes director_string testcase failure.

2013-04-05: wsfulton
            [Ruby] SF Bug #1292 - Runtime fixes for Proc changes in ruby-1.9 when using STL
            wrappers that override the default predicate, such as:

              %template(Map) std::map<swig::LANGUAGE_OBJ, swig::LANGUAGE_OBJ, swig::BinaryPredicate<> >;

2013-04-05: wsfulton
            [Ruby] SF Bug #1159 - Correctly check rb_respond_to call return values to fix some
            further 1.9 problems with functors and use of Complex wrappers.

2013-04-02: wsfulton
            [Ruby] Runtime fixes for std::complex wrappers for ruby-1.9 - new native Ruby complex numbers are used.

2013-03-30: wsfulton
            [Ruby] Fix seg fault when using STL containers of generic Ruby types, GC_VALUE or LANGUAGE_OBJECT,
            on exit of the Ruby interpreter. More frequently observed in ruby-1.9.

2013-03-29: wsfulton
            [Ruby] Fix delete_if (reject!) for the STL container wrappers which previously would
            sometimes seg fault or not work.

2013-03-25: wsfulton
            [Python] Fix some undefined behaviour deleting slices in the STL containers.

2013-03-19: wsfulton
            [C#, Java, D] Fix seg fault in SWIG using directors when class and virtual method names are
            the same except being in different namespaces when the %nspace feature is not being used.

2013-02-19: kwwette
            Fix bug in SWIG's handling of qualified (e.g. const) variables of array type. Given the typedef
              a(7).q(volatile).double myarray     // typedef volatile double[7] myarray;
            the type
              q(const).myarray                    // const myarray
            becomes
              a(7).q(const volatile).double       // const volatile double[7]
            Previously, SwigType_typedef_resolve() produces the type
              q(const).a(7).q(volatile).double    // non-sensical type
            which would never match %typemap declarations, whose types were parsed correctly.
            Add typemap_array_qualifiers.i to the test suite which checks for the correct behaviour.

2013-02-18: wsfulton
            Deprecate typedef names used as constructor and destructor names in %extend. The real
            class/struct name should be used.

              typedef struct tagEStruct {
                int ivar;
              } EStruct;

              %extend tagEStruct {
                EStruct() // illegal name, should be tagEStruct()
                {
                  EStruct *s = new EStruct();
                  s->ivar = ivar0;
                  return s;
                }
                ~EStruct() // illegal name, should be ~tagEStruct()
                {
                  delete $self;
                }
              }

            For now these trigger a warning:

              extend_constructor_destructor.i:107: Warning 522: Use of an illegal constructor name 'EStruct' in
              %extend is deprecated, the constructor name should be 'tagEStruct'.
              extend_constructor_destructor.i:111: Warning 523: Use of an illegal destructor name 'EStruct' in
              %extend is deprecated, the destructor name should be 'tagEStruct'.

            These %extend destructor and constructor names were valid up to swig-2.0.4, however swig-2.0.5 ignored
            them altogether for C code as reported in SF bug #1306. The old behaviour of using them has been
            restored for now, but is officially deprecated. This does not apply to anonymously defined typedef
            classes/structs such as:

              typedef struct {...} X;

2013-02-17: kwwette
            When generating functions provided by %extend, use "(void)" for no-argument functions
            instead of "()". This prevents warnings when compiling with "gcc -Wstrict-prototypes".

2013-02-17: kwwette
            [Octave] Minor fix to autodoc generation: get the right type for functions returning structs.

2013-02-15: wsfulton
            Deprecate typedef names used in %extend that are not the real class/struct name. For example:

              typedef struct StructBName {
                int myint;
              } StructB;

              %extend StructB {
                void method() {}
              }

            will now trigger a warning:

              swig_extend.i:19: Warning 326: Deprecated %extend name used - the struct name StructBName
              should be used instead of the typedef name StructB.

            This is only partially working anyway (the %extend only worked if placed after the class
            definition).

2013-02-09: wsfulton
            [CFFI] Apply patch #22 - Fix missing package before &body

2013-01-29: wsfulton
            [Java] Ensure 'javapackage' typemap is used as it stopped working from version 2.0.5.

2013-01-28: wsfulton
            [Python] Apply patch SF #334 - Fix default value conversions "TRUE"->True, "FALSE"->False.

2013-01-28: wsfulton
            [Java] Apply patch SF #335 - Truly ignore constructors in directors with %ignore.

2013-01-18: Brant Kyser
            [Java] Patch #15 - Allow the use of the nspace feature without the -package commandline option.
            This works as long and the new jniclasspackage pragma is used to place the JNI intermediate class
            into a package and the nspace feature is used to place all exposed types into a package.

2013-01-15: wsfulton
            Fix Visual Studio examples to work when SWIG is unzipped into a directory containing spaces.

2013-01-15: wsfulton
            [C#] Fix cstype typemap lookup for member variables so that a fully qualified variable name
            matches. For example:
              %typemap(cstype) bool MVar::mvar "MyBool"
              struct MVar {
                bool mvar;
              };

2013-01-11: Brant Kyser
	    [Java, C#, D] SF Bug #1299 - Fix generated names for when %nspace is used on
            classes with the same name in two different namespaces.

2013-01-11: Vladimir Kalinin
	    [C#] Add support for csdirectorin 'pre', 'post' and 'terminator' attributes.

2013-01-08: olly
	    [PHP] Fix to work with a ZTS build of PHP (broken in 2.0.7).

2013-01-07: olly
	    Fix bashism in configure, introduced in 2.0.9.

2013-01-06: wsfulton
            Pull patch #4 from ptomulik to fix SF Bug #1296 - Fix incorrect warning for virtual destructors
            in templates, such as:
             Warning 521: Illegal destructor name B< A >::~B(). Ignored.

2013-01-05: wsfulton
            [Python] Pull patch #3 from ptomulik to fix SF Bug #1295 - standard exceptions as
            classes using the SWIG_STD_EXCEPTIONS_AS_CLASSES macro.

2013-01-04: wsfulton
            [Java] Pull patch #2 from BrantKyser to fix SF Bug #1283 - fix smart pointers in conjuction
            with directors.

2013-01-03: wsfulton
            [Java] Pull patch #1 from BrantKyser to fix SF Bug #1278 - fix directors and nspace feature when
            multilevel namespaces are used.

Version 2.0.9 (16 December 2012)
================================

2012-12-16: wsfulton
            Fix garbage line number / empty file name reporting for some missing
            '}' or ')' error messages.

2012-12-15: kkaempf
            [Ruby] Apply patch 3530444, Class#methods and Class#constants returns array of
            symbols in Ruby 1.9+

2012-12-14: kkaempf
            [Ruby] Apply patch 3530439 and finally replace all occurrences of the STR2CSTR() macro
            with StringValuePtr(). STR2CSTR was deprecated since years and got removed in Ruby 1.9

2012-12-14: kkaempf
            [Ruby] Applied patches #3530442 and 3530443 to adapt compile and runtime include
            paths to match Ruby 1.9+

2012-12-14: wsfulton
            [CFFI] Fix #3161614 - Some string constants are incorrect

2012-12-13: wsfulton
            [CFFI] Fix #3529690 - Fix incorrect constant names.

2012-12-12: drjoe
	    [R] add fix to finalizer that was missed earlier

2012-12-11: wsfulton
            [Python] Apply patch #3590522 - fully qualified package paths for Python 3 even if a module is in the
            same package.

2012-12-08: wsfulton
            [Python] Bug #3563647 - PyInt_FromSize_t unavailable prior to Python 2.5 for unsigned int types.

2012-12-08: wsfulton
            [Perl] Fix bug #3571361 - C++ comment in C wrappers.

2012-12-07: wsfulton
            [C#] Apply patch #3571029 which adds missing director support for const unsigned long long &.

2012-11-28: kwwette
            [Octave] Simplified module loading: now just the syntax
            $ example;
            is accepted, which loads functions globally but constants and variables relative to the current scope.
            This make module loading behaviour reliably consistent, and reduces problems when loading modules which
            depend on other modules which may not have been previously loaded.

2012-11-27: wsfulton
            [cffi] Fix junk output when wrapping single character literal constants.

2012-11-17: wsfulton
            [Tcl, Modula3] Add missing support for -outdir.

2012-11-17: wsfulton
            Fix segfaults when using filename paths greater than 1024 characters in length.

2012-11-14: wsfulton
            [ccache-swig] Apply patch #3586392 from Frederik Deweerdt to fix some error cases - incorrectly using
            memory after it has been deleted.

2012-11-09: vzeitlin
            [Python] Fix overflow when passing values greater than LONG_MAX from Python 3 for parameters with unsigned long C type.

2012-11-09: wsfulton
            Fix some feature matching issues for implicit destructors and implicit constructors and implicit
            copy constructors added with %copyctor. Previously a feature for these had to be fully qualified
            in order to match. Now the following will also match:

              %feature("xyz") ~XXX();
              struct XXX {};

2012-11-09: wsfulton
            Further consistency in named output typemap lookups for implicit constructors and destructors and
            implicit copy constructors added with %copyctor. Previously only the fully qualified name was being
            used, now the unqualified name will also be used. For example, previously:

              example.i:38: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void

            Now the unqualified name is also used:

              example.i:38: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void ~More
                Looking for: void

2012-11-02: wsfulton
            Fix some subtle named output typemap lookup misses, the fully qualified name was not always being
            used for variables, for example:

              struct Glob {
                int MyVar;
              };

            Previously the search rules (as shown by -debug-tmsearch) for the getter wrapper were:

              example.i:44: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: int MyVar
                Looking for: int MyVar
                Looking for: int

            Now the scope is named correctly:

              example.i:44: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: int Glob::MyVar
                Looking for: int Glob::MyVar
                Looking for: int MyVar
                Looking for: int

2012-10-26: wsfulton
            Fix director typemap searching so that a typemap specified with a name will be correctly matched. Previously
            the name was ignored during the typemap search. Applies to the following list of typemaps:
            directorout, csdirectorout, cstype, imtype, ctype, ddirectorout, dtype, gotype, jtype, jni, javadirectorout.

2012-10-11: wsfulton
            Most of the special variables available for use in %exception are now also available for expansion in
            %extend blocks. These are: $name $symname $overname $decl $fulldecl $parentname $parentsymname, see docs
            on "Class extension" in SWIGPlus.html. Patch based on submission from Kris Thielemans.

2012-10-10: wsfulton
            Additional new special variables in %exception are expanded as follows:
              $parentname - The parent class name (if any) for a method.
              $parentsymname - The target language parent class name (if any) for a method.

2012-10-08: iant
	    [Go] Generating Go code now requires using the -intgosize option to
	    indicate the size of the 'int' type in Go.  This is because the
	    size of the type is changing from Go 1.0 to Go 1.1 for x86_64.

2012-09-14: wsfulton
	    Add new warning if the empty template instantiation is used as a base class, for example:

              template <typename T> class Base {};
              %template() Base<int>;
              class Derived : public Base<int> {};

            gives the following warning instead of silently ignoring the base:

            cpp_inherit.i:52: Warning 401: Base class 'Base< int >' has no name as it is an empty template instantiated with '%template()'. Ignored.
            cpp_inherit.i:51: Warning 401: The %template directive must be written before 'Base< int >' is used as a base class and be declared with a name.


2012-09-11: wsfulton
	    [Java] Fix #3535304 - Direct use of a weak global reference in directors
            sometimes causing seg faults especially on Android.

2012-09-06: wsfulton
	    [Java] Fix (char *STRING, size_t LENGTH) typemaps to accept NULL string.

2012-08-26: drjoe
	    [R] make ExternalReference slot ref to contain reference

2012-08-26: drjoe
	    [R] fix Examples/Makefile to use C in $(CC) rather than $(CXX)
42784d6
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
taca Update camping to 2.1.532.
= 2.1
=== 19th Aug, 2010 (whyday)
* Helpers#R now calls to_param on any object it passes in
* Fix route generation issue with routes including "." (#22)
* Improved tests
* Improved 1.9 support
* Camping::Server is now built upon Rack::Server
* Add support for ERB, Haml etc through Tilt
* Introducing Camping.options and Camping#set
* Camping::Server only loads ActiveRecord when needed
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 9, 2013
wen Update to 0.37
Upstream changes:
version: 0.37
date:    Fri Oct 25 21:46:59 MYT 2013
changes:
- Bugfix: Run Test::Compile tests as xt as they require optional dependencies to be present (GH issue #22)
- Testing: Added Travis-CI integration
- Makefile: Added target to update version on all packages
---
version: 0.36
date:    Sun Oct 20 04:44:42 MYT 2013
changes:
- Move the distribution to Dist::Zilla
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that closed this issue Jan 6, 2014
ryoon Update to 0.11.1
* Convert to build from source to configure the localtion of configuration.xml.
  Prebuild binary requires /var/opengrok directory. This package requires
  the directory inside ${PREFIX}/share/opengrok only.
* Update HOMEPAGE

Changelog:
0.12-rc5:
differentiate between raw and download #578
add H A D links to directory listing #573
fix dtags.eftar file descriptor leak #535
do not unnecessarily create 2 File objects when returning eftar reader #539

0.12-rc4:
highlight line number with anchor (#702)
timeout for command execution (#429, #487)
fix for definitions search displays comment lines (#294)

0.12-rc3:
Lucene 4.6.0
Mercurial rename regression fix (#683)
let sendToConfigHost body use the parameter "env" to keep align with its signature and other methods

0.12-rc2:
bug #672 need double-quotes to specify path
bug #625 xref links containing \u don't seem to be working
follow-up fixes for Mercurial renamed files handling (fixes #666)
Support for Surround SCM history
lucene 4.5 (requires full reindex from 0.12-rc1)
generate history of files renamed in Mercurial repo separately (fixes #22)

0.12-rc1:
JDK7 + tomcat7 tested, JDK6 unsupported!
lucene 4.4 -> A LOT faster engine, no spellindex needed, regexp search supported (see help)
pl/sql, scala, uuencode languages/analyzers support
php analyzers improved
monotone, mercurial SCM support improved
AccuRev SCM added to supported SCMs
new config options in OpenGrok script
new search by analyzer/language

Changelog for <0.12 is not available.
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 21, 2014
wen Update to 2.19
Upstream changes:
2.19      2013-05-13 10:02:15 Australia/Melbourne

        * BUGFIX: Loading a file that does not change packages while
          autodie in effect no longer causes weird behaviour when
          slurpy built-ins (like open() and unlink()) are called. GH #22
          Thanks to Niels Thykier.

        * TEST: Tests for leak guard failures for slurpy core functions.

2.18      2013-05-12 18:12:14 Australia/Melbourne

        * TEST: More testing in scope_leak.t.

        * TEST: More testing around packages in truncate.t.

        * SPEED / INTERNAL: Significant improvements in load time,
          especially when autodie is used across multiple files,
          by caching reuseable subroutines and reducing calls to eval "".
          Huge thanks to Niels Thykier, who is a hero of the
          free people, and completely and utterly awesome.
          (RT #46984)

        * DOCUMENTATION: Spelling and correction fixes,
          courtesy David Steinbrunner.

        * DEVEL: Faster and more robust testing with travis-ci.

        * DEVEL: Some simple benchmarks bundled in the benchmarks/ directory.

2.17      2013-04-29 01:03:50 Australia/Melbourne

        * DOCS: Spelling fixes thanks to dsteinbrunner! (RT #84897)

        * DOCS: Fixed github links to point to 'pjf' rather than
          'pfenwick' (GH #18, thanks to Lx!)

        * INTERNAL: Silence warnings about experimental smart-match on
          5.17.11+ (via Brian Fraser and p5p)

        * TEST / BUILD: Generate .travis.yml files for CI testing via
          dzil.

2.16      2013-02-23 01:49:16 Australia/Melbourne

        * BUGFIX: Fix breakages under 5.8.x related to the new
          autodie::skip feature.

        * BUILD / BUGFIX: Remove dependency on parent.pm.

2.15      2013-02-22 23:55:22 Australia/Melbourne

        * BUILD / BUGFIX: Correct meta-info that wanted at least Perl
          v5.8.40, rather than v5.8.4.  Giant thanks to Paul Howarth
          for spotting this!

2.14      2013-02-22 15:43:33 Australia/Melbourne

        * FEATURE: Classes which claim they ->DOES('autodie::skip') are now
          skipped when generating exceptions.  This is mainly of use to
          utility classes. See `perldoc autodie::skip` for more details.
          (GH Issue #15)

        * FEATURE / BUGFIX / INCOMPAT: 'chmod' is now in the ':filesys'
          category (was in ':file').

        * BUGFIX: Added support for 'chown' and 'utime', that was
          previously overlooked. Mad props to RsrchBoy for spotting this.
          These are all in the ':filesys' category.
          (GH Pull #13)

        * BUGFIX: Added support for 'kill'. This is part of the
          ':ipc' category.

        * BUGFIX: Fixed bug whereby chmod, chown, kill, unlink and
          utime would not throw an exception when they didn't
          change all their files or signal all their processes.

        * TEST: truncate.t is now skipped on systems that don't have a
          working File::Temp.

        * TEST: open.t has a few more tests for exotic modes.

        * TEST: chown() tests are skipped on Win32, as chown on Windows
          is a no-op. (Thanks to Mithaldu for spotting this!)

        * TEST: Author tests now look for the AUTHOR_TESTING env
          variable (for dzil compliance).

        * TEST: Better testing for chown, chmod, and unlink.

        * TEST: Better testing for utime.

        * TEST: kwalitee.t is now only run when $ENV{RELEASE_TESTING} is set.

        * BUGFIX: Removed executable bits from some bundled text files.

        * BUILD: We now use dzil to manage autodie.

        * BUILD: Only Perl 5.8.4 and above is supported by autodie.
          Please upgrade your Perl distro if you're using 5.8.3 or
          below.

2.13  Thu Nov  8 14:22:03 EST 2012
        * TEST: Deterministic tests in hints_pod_examples.t .
          (RT #80412, thanks to demerphq)

        * INTERNAL: subroutine installs are now done in a
          deterministic order. (RT #80414, thanks to demerphq)
0a4c841
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 21, 2014
wiz Update to 2.0.10, based on the 2.0.9 package in wip provided by
Jason Bacon.  Should make gnuradio find swig2.

Version 2.0.10 (27 May 2013)
============================

2013-05-25: wsfulton
            [Python] Fix Python 3 inconsistency when negative numbers are passed
            where a parameter expects an unsigned C type. An OverFlow error is
            now consistently thrown instead of a TypeError.

2013-05-25: Artem Serebriyskiy
            SVN Patch ticket #338 - fixes to %attribute macros for template usage
            with %arg.

2013-05-19: wsfulton
            Fix ccache-swig internal error bug due to premature file cleanup.

            Fixes SF bug 1319 which shows up as a failure in the ccache tests on
            Debian 64 bit Wheezy, possibly because ENABLE_ZLIB is defined.

            This is a corner case which will be hit when the maximum number of files
            in the cache is set to be quite low (-F option), resulting in a cache miss.

2013-05-09: kwwette
            [Octave] Fix bugs in Octave module loading:
            - fix a memory leak in setting of global variables
            - install functions only once, to speed up module loads

2013-04-28: gjanssens
            [Guile] Updates in guile module:
            - Add support for guile 2.0
            - Drop support for guile 1.6
            - Drop support for generating wrappers using guile's gh interface.
              All generated wrappers will use the scm interface from now on.
            - Deprecate -gh and -scm options. They are no longer needed.
              A warning will be issued when these options are still used.
            - Fix all tests and examples to have a successful travis test

2013-04-18: wsfulton
            Apply Patch #36 from Jesus Lopez to add support for $descriptor() special variable macro expansion
            in fragments. For example:

              %fragment("nameDescriptor", "header")
              %{
                static const char *nameDescriptor = "$descriptor(Name)";
              %}

            which will generate into the wrapper if the fragment is used:

              static const char *nameDescriptor = "SWIGTYPE_Name";

2013-04-18: wsfulton
            Fix SF Bug #428 - Syntax error when preprocessor macros are defined inside of enum lists, such as:

              typedef enum {
                eZero = 0
              #define ONE 1
              } EFoo;

            The macros are silently ignored.

2013-04-17: wsfulton
            [C#] Pull patch #34 from BrantKyser to fix smart pointers in conjuction with directors.

2013-04-15: kwwette
            [Octave] Fix bugs in output of cleanup code.
            - Cleanup code is now written also after the "fail:" label, so it will be called if
              a SWIG_exception is raised by the wrapping function, consistent with other modules.
            - Octave module now also recognises the "$cleanup" special variable, if needed.

2013-04-08: kwwette
            Add -MP option to SWIG for generating phony targets for all dependencies.
            - Prevents make from complaining if header files have been deleted before
              the dependency file has been updated.
            - Modelled on similar option in GCC.

2013-04-09: olly
	    [PHP] Add missing directorin typemap for char* and char[] which
	    fixes director_string testcase failure.

2013-04-05: wsfulton
            [Ruby] SF Bug #1292 - Runtime fixes for Proc changes in ruby-1.9 when using STL
            wrappers that override the default predicate, such as:

              %template(Map) std::map<swig::LANGUAGE_OBJ, swig::LANGUAGE_OBJ, swig::BinaryPredicate<> >;

2013-04-05: wsfulton
            [Ruby] SF Bug #1159 - Correctly check rb_respond_to call return values to fix some
            further 1.9 problems with functors and use of Complex wrappers.

2013-04-02: wsfulton
            [Ruby] Runtime fixes for std::complex wrappers for ruby-1.9 - new native Ruby complex numbers are used.

2013-03-30: wsfulton
            [Ruby] Fix seg fault when using STL containers of generic Ruby types, GC_VALUE or LANGUAGE_OBJECT,
            on exit of the Ruby interpreter. More frequently observed in ruby-1.9.

2013-03-29: wsfulton
            [Ruby] Fix delete_if (reject!) for the STL container wrappers which previously would
            sometimes seg fault or not work.

2013-03-25: wsfulton
            [Python] Fix some undefined behaviour deleting slices in the STL containers.

2013-03-19: wsfulton
            [C#, Java, D] Fix seg fault in SWIG using directors when class and virtual method names are
            the same except being in different namespaces when the %nspace feature is not being used.

2013-02-19: kwwette
            Fix bug in SWIG's handling of qualified (e.g. const) variables of array type. Given the typedef
              a(7).q(volatile).double myarray     // typedef volatile double[7] myarray;
            the type
              q(const).myarray                    // const myarray
            becomes
              a(7).q(const volatile).double       // const volatile double[7]
            Previously, SwigType_typedef_resolve() produces the type
              q(const).a(7).q(volatile).double    // non-sensical type
            which would never match %typemap declarations, whose types were parsed correctly.
            Add typemap_array_qualifiers.i to the test suite which checks for the correct behaviour.

2013-02-18: wsfulton
            Deprecate typedef names used as constructor and destructor names in %extend. The real
            class/struct name should be used.

              typedef struct tagEStruct {
                int ivar;
              } EStruct;

              %extend tagEStruct {
                EStruct() // illegal name, should be tagEStruct()
                {
                  EStruct *s = new EStruct();
                  s->ivar = ivar0;
                  return s;
                }
                ~EStruct() // illegal name, should be ~tagEStruct()
                {
                  delete $self;
                }
              }

            For now these trigger a warning:

              extend_constructor_destructor.i:107: Warning 522: Use of an illegal constructor name 'EStruct' in
              %extend is deprecated, the constructor name should be 'tagEStruct'.
              extend_constructor_destructor.i:111: Warning 523: Use of an illegal destructor name 'EStruct' in
              %extend is deprecated, the destructor name should be 'tagEStruct'.

            These %extend destructor and constructor names were valid up to swig-2.0.4, however swig-2.0.5 ignored
            them altogether for C code as reported in SF bug #1306. The old behaviour of using them has been
            restored for now, but is officially deprecated. This does not apply to anonymously defined typedef
            classes/structs such as:

              typedef struct {...} X;

2013-02-17: kwwette
            When generating functions provided by %extend, use "(void)" for no-argument functions
            instead of "()". This prevents warnings when compiling with "gcc -Wstrict-prototypes".

2013-02-17: kwwette
            [Octave] Minor fix to autodoc generation: get the right type for functions returning structs.

2013-02-15: wsfulton
            Deprecate typedef names used in %extend that are not the real class/struct name. For example:

              typedef struct StructBName {
                int myint;
              } StructB;

              %extend StructB {
                void method() {}
              }

            will now trigger a warning:

              swig_extend.i:19: Warning 326: Deprecated %extend name used - the struct name StructBName
              should be used instead of the typedef name StructB.

            This is only partially working anyway (the %extend only worked if placed after the class
            definition).

2013-02-09: wsfulton
            [CFFI] Apply patch #22 - Fix missing package before &body

2013-01-29: wsfulton
            [Java] Ensure 'javapackage' typemap is used as it stopped working from version 2.0.5.

2013-01-28: wsfulton
            [Python] Apply patch SF #334 - Fix default value conversions "TRUE"->True, "FALSE"->False.

2013-01-28: wsfulton
            [Java] Apply patch SF #335 - Truly ignore constructors in directors with %ignore.

2013-01-18: Brant Kyser
            [Java] Patch #15 - Allow the use of the nspace feature without the -package commandline option.
            This works as long and the new jniclasspackage pragma is used to place the JNI intermediate class
            into a package and the nspace feature is used to place all exposed types into a package.

2013-01-15: wsfulton
            Fix Visual Studio examples to work when SWIG is unzipped into a directory containing spaces.

2013-01-15: wsfulton
            [C#] Fix cstype typemap lookup for member variables so that a fully qualified variable name
            matches. For example:
              %typemap(cstype) bool MVar::mvar "MyBool"
              struct MVar {
                bool mvar;
              };

2013-01-11: Brant Kyser
	    [Java, C#, D] SF Bug #1299 - Fix generated names for when %nspace is used on
            classes with the same name in two different namespaces.

2013-01-11: Vladimir Kalinin
	    [C#] Add support for csdirectorin 'pre', 'post' and 'terminator' attributes.

2013-01-08: olly
	    [PHP] Fix to work with a ZTS build of PHP (broken in 2.0.7).

2013-01-07: olly
	    Fix bashism in configure, introduced in 2.0.9.

2013-01-06: wsfulton
            Pull patch #4 from ptomulik to fix SF Bug #1296 - Fix incorrect warning for virtual destructors
            in templates, such as:
             Warning 521: Illegal destructor name B< A >::~B(). Ignored.

2013-01-05: wsfulton
            [Python] Pull patch #3 from ptomulik to fix SF Bug #1295 - standard exceptions as
            classes using the SWIG_STD_EXCEPTIONS_AS_CLASSES macro.

2013-01-04: wsfulton
            [Java] Pull patch #2 from BrantKyser to fix SF Bug #1283 - fix smart pointers in conjuction
            with directors.

2013-01-03: wsfulton
            [Java] Pull patch #1 from BrantKyser to fix SF Bug #1278 - fix directors and nspace feature when
            multilevel namespaces are used.

Version 2.0.9 (16 December 2012)
================================

2012-12-16: wsfulton
            Fix garbage line number / empty file name reporting for some missing
            '}' or ')' error messages.

2012-12-15: kkaempf
            [Ruby] Apply patch 3530444, Class#methods and Class#constants returns array of
            symbols in Ruby 1.9+

2012-12-14: kkaempf
            [Ruby] Apply patch 3530439 and finally replace all occurrences of the STR2CSTR() macro
            with StringValuePtr(). STR2CSTR was deprecated since years and got removed in Ruby 1.9

2012-12-14: kkaempf
            [Ruby] Applied patches #3530442 and 3530443 to adapt compile and runtime include
            paths to match Ruby 1.9+

2012-12-14: wsfulton
            [CFFI] Fix #3161614 - Some string constants are incorrect

2012-12-13: wsfulton
            [CFFI] Fix #3529690 - Fix incorrect constant names.

2012-12-12: drjoe
	    [R] add fix to finalizer that was missed earlier

2012-12-11: wsfulton
            [Python] Apply patch #3590522 - fully qualified package paths for Python 3 even if a module is in the
            same package.

2012-12-08: wsfulton
            [Python] Bug #3563647 - PyInt_FromSize_t unavailable prior to Python 2.5 for unsigned int types.

2012-12-08: wsfulton
            [Perl] Fix bug #3571361 - C++ comment in C wrappers.

2012-12-07: wsfulton
            [C#] Apply patch #3571029 which adds missing director support for const unsigned long long &.

2012-11-28: kwwette
            [Octave] Simplified module loading: now just the syntax
            $ example;
            is accepted, which loads functions globally but constants and variables relative to the current scope.
            This make module loading behaviour reliably consistent, and reduces problems when loading modules which
            depend on other modules which may not have been previously loaded.

2012-11-27: wsfulton
            [cffi] Fix junk output when wrapping single character literal constants.

2012-11-17: wsfulton
            [Tcl, Modula3] Add missing support for -outdir.

2012-11-17: wsfulton
            Fix segfaults when using filename paths greater than 1024 characters in length.

2012-11-14: wsfulton
            [ccache-swig] Apply patch #3586392 from Frederik Deweerdt to fix some error cases - incorrectly using
            memory after it has been deleted.

2012-11-09: vzeitlin
            [Python] Fix overflow when passing values greater than LONG_MAX from Python 3 for parameters with unsigned long C type.

2012-11-09: wsfulton
            Fix some feature matching issues for implicit destructors and implicit constructors and implicit
            copy constructors added with %copyctor. Previously a feature for these had to be fully qualified
            in order to match. Now the following will also match:

              %feature("xyz") ~XXX();
              struct XXX {};

2012-11-09: wsfulton
            Further consistency in named output typemap lookups for implicit constructors and destructors and
            implicit copy constructors added with %copyctor. Previously only the fully qualified name was being
            used, now the unqualified name will also be used. For example, previously:

              example.i:38: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void

            Now the unqualified name is also used:

              example.i:38: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void ~More
                Looking for: void

2012-11-02: wsfulton
            Fix some subtle named output typemap lookup misses, the fully qualified name was not always being
            used for variables, for example:

              struct Glob {
                int MyVar;
              };

            Previously the search rules (as shown by -debug-tmsearch) for the getter wrapper were:

              example.i:44: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: int MyVar
                Looking for: int MyVar
                Looking for: int

            Now the scope is named correctly:

              example.i:44: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: int Glob::MyVar
                Looking for: int Glob::MyVar
                Looking for: int MyVar
                Looking for: int

2012-10-26: wsfulton
            Fix director typemap searching so that a typemap specified with a name will be correctly matched. Previously
            the name was ignored during the typemap search. Applies to the following list of typemaps:
            directorout, csdirectorout, cstype, imtype, ctype, ddirectorout, dtype, gotype, jtype, jni, javadirectorout.

2012-10-11: wsfulton
            Most of the special variables available for use in %exception are now also available for expansion in
            %extend blocks. These are: $name $symname $overname $decl $fulldecl $parentname $parentsymname, see docs
            on "Class extension" in SWIGPlus.html. Patch based on submission from Kris Thielemans.

2012-10-10: wsfulton
            Additional new special variables in %exception are expanded as follows:
              $parentname - The parent class name (if any) for a method.
              $parentsymname - The target language parent class name (if any) for a method.

2012-10-08: iant
	    [Go] Generating Go code now requires using the -intgosize option to
	    indicate the size of the 'int' type in Go.  This is because the
	    size of the type is changing from Go 1.0 to Go 1.1 for x86_64.

2012-09-14: wsfulton
	    Add new warning if the empty template instantiation is used as a base class, for example:

              template <typename T> class Base {};
              %template() Base<int>;
              class Derived : public Base<int> {};

            gives the following warning instead of silently ignoring the base:

            cpp_inherit.i:52: Warning 401: Base class 'Base< int >' has no name as it is an empty template instantiated with '%template()'. Ignored.
            cpp_inherit.i:51: Warning 401: The %template directive must be written before 'Base< int >' is used as a base class and be declared with a name.


2012-09-11: wsfulton
	    [Java] Fix #3535304 - Direct use of a weak global reference in directors
            sometimes causing seg faults especially on Android.

2012-09-06: wsfulton
	    [Java] Fix (char *STRING, size_t LENGTH) typemaps to accept NULL string.

2012-08-26: drjoe
	    [R] make ExternalReference slot ref to contain reference

2012-08-26: drjoe
	    [R] fix Examples/Makefile to use C in $(CC) rather than $(CXX)
68ec75c
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 21, 2014
taca Update camping to 2.1.532.
= 2.1
=== 19th Aug, 2010 (whyday)
* Helpers#R now calls to_param on any object it passes in
* Fix route generation issue with routes including "." (#22)
* Improved tests
* Improved 1.9 support
* Camping::Server is now built upon Rack::Server
* Add support for ERB, Haml etc through Tilt
* Introducing Camping.options and Camping#set
* Camping::Server only loads ActiveRecord when needed
ebcb1b7
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 21, 2014
wen Update to 0.37
Upstream changes:
version: 0.37
date:    Fri Oct 25 21:46:59 MYT 2013
changes:
- Bugfix: Run Test::Compile tests as xt as they require optional dependencies to be present (GH issue #22)
- Testing: Added Travis-CI integration
- Makefile: Added target to update version on all packages
---
version: 0.36
date:    Sun Oct 20 04:44:42 MYT 2013
changes:
- Move the distribution to Dist::Zilla
aba666c
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 21, 2014
ryoon Update to 0.11.1
* Convert to build from source to configure the localtion of configuration.xml.
  Prebuild binary requires /var/opengrok directory. This package requires
  the directory inside ${PREFIX}/share/opengrok only.
* Update HOMEPAGE

Changelog:
0.12-rc5:
differentiate between raw and download #578
add H A D links to directory listing #573
fix dtags.eftar file descriptor leak #535
do not unnecessarily create 2 File objects when returning eftar reader #539

0.12-rc4:
highlight line number with anchor (#702)
timeout for command execution (#429, #487)
fix for definitions search displays comment lines (#294)

0.12-rc3:
Lucene 4.6.0
Mercurial rename regression fix (#683)
let sendToConfigHost body use the parameter "env" to keep align with its signature and other methods

0.12-rc2:
bug #672 need double-quotes to specify path
bug #625 xref links containing \u don't seem to be working
follow-up fixes for Mercurial renamed files handling (fixes #666)
Support for Surround SCM history
lucene 4.5 (requires full reindex from 0.12-rc1)
generate history of files renamed in Mercurial repo separately (fixes #22)

0.12-rc1:
JDK7 + tomcat7 tested, JDK6 unsupported!
lucene 4.4 -> A LOT faster engine, no spellindex needed, regexp search supported (see help)
pl/sql, scala, uuencode languages/analyzers support
php analyzers improved
monotone, mercurial SCM support improved
AccuRev SCM added to supported SCMs
new config options in OpenGrok script
new search by analyzer/language

Changelog for <0.12 is not available.
db90289
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 29, 2014
wiz Update to 2.2.2. Set LICENSE. Update HOMEPAGE.
Changes from 2.2.1 to 2.2.2
===========================

* The `copy_args` argument of `NumExpr` function has been brought
  back.  This has been mainly necessary for compatibility with
  PyTables < 3.0, which I decided to continue to support.  Fixed #115.

* The `__nonzero__` method in `ExpressionNode` class has been
  commented out.  This is also for compatibility with PyTables < 3.0.
  See #24 for details.

* Fixed the type of some parameters in the C extension so that s390
  architecture compiles.  Fixes #116.  Thank to Antonio Valentino for
  reporting and the patch.


Changes from 2.2 to 2.2.1
=========================

* Fixes a secondary effect of "from numpy.testing import `*`", where
  division is imported now too, so only then necessary functions from
  there are imported now.  Thanks to Christoph Gohlke for the patch.

Changes from 2.1 to 2.2
=======================

* [LICENSE] Fixed a problem with the license of the
  numexpr/win32/pthread.{c,h} files emulating pthreads on Windows
  platforms.  After persmission from the original authors is granted,
  these files adopt the MIT license and can be redistributed without
  problems.  See issue #109 for details
  (https://code.google.com/p/numexpr/issues/detail?id=110).

* [ENH] Improved the algorithm to decide the initial number of threads
  to be used.  This was necessary because by default, numexpr was
  using a number of threads equal to the detected number of cores, and
  this can be just too much for moder systems where this number can be
  too high (and counterporductive for performance in many cases).
  Now, the 'NUMEXPR_NUM_THREADS' environment variable is honored, and
  in case this is not present, a maximum number of *8* threads are
  setup initially.  The new algorithm is fully described in the Users
  Guide now in the note of 'General routines' section:
  https://code.google.com/p/numexpr/wiki/UsersGuide#General_routines.
  Closes #110.

* [ENH] numexpr.test() returns `TestResult` instead of None now.
  Closes #111.

* [FIX] Modulus with zero with integers no longer crashes the
  interpreter.  It nows puts a zero in the result.  Fixes #107.

* [API CLEAN] Removed `copy_args` argument of `evaluate`.  This should
  only be used by old versions of PyTables (< 3.0).

* [DOC] Documented the `optimization` and `truediv` flags of
  `evaluate` in Users Guide
  (https://code.google.com/p/numexpr/wiki/UsersGuide).

Changes from 2.0.1 to 2.1
===========================

* Dropped compatibility with Python < 2.6.

* Improve compatibiity with Python 3:

  - switch from PyString to PyBytes API (requires Python >= 2.6).
  - fixed incompatibilities regarding the int/long API
  - use the Py_TYPE macro
  - use the PyVarObject_HEAD_INIT macro instead of PyObject_HEAD_INIT

* Fixed several issues with different platforms not supporting
  multithreading or subprocess properly (see tickets #75 and #77).

* Now, when trying to use pure Python boolean operators, 'and',
  'or' and 'not', an error is issued suggesting that '&', '|' and
  '~' should be used instead (fixes #24).

Changes from 2.0 to 2.0.1
=========================

* Added compatibility with Python 2.5 (2.4 is definitely not supported
  anymore).

* `numexpr.evaluate` is fully documented now, in particular the new
  `out`, `order` and `casting` parameters.

* Reduction operations are fully documented now.

* Negative axis in reductions are not supported (they have never been
  actually), and a `ValueError` will be raised if they are used.


Changes from 1.x series to 2.0
==============================

- Added support for the new iterator object in NumPy 1.6 and later.

  This allows for better performance with operations that implies
  broadcast operations, fortran-ordered or non-native byte orderings.
  Performance for other scenarios is preserved (except for very small
  arrays).

- Division in numexpr is consistent now with Python/NumPy.  Fixes #22
  and #58.

- Constants like "2." or "2.0" must be evaluated as float, not
  integer.  Fixes #59.

- `evaluate()` function has received a new parameter `out` for storing
  the result in already allocated arrays.  This is very useful when
  dealing with large arrays, and a allocating new space for keeping
  the result is not acceptable.  Closes #56.

- Maximum number of threads raised from 256 to 4096.  Machines with a
  higher number of cores will still be able to import numexpr, but
  limited to 4096 (which is an absurdly high number already).
234f332
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 27, 2014
wiedi Update darkice to 1.2
Forward ported the existing patches that were not upstream yet.
Also added patches for cfmakeraw and log10(int) amgiguity to fix build on SunOS.
From the changelog since 0.17.1

15-07-2013 Darkice 1.2 released
    o Issue #75: Added Ogg/Opus support. Patch by Doug Kelly
	dougk.ff7@gmail.com
    o Fix 'Ring Ruffer' reports.
      - Increased buffer for jack to 5 seconds
      - prevent darkice termination by jack, report no fatal problem when we
        have a ringbuffer overflow, can happen during startup
        If we can not handle input audio fast enough we just ignore the buffer
        and skip it, and just report it.
      - new multithreaded connector code, now handles encoders in parallel
        and does not spin waiting, cpu load will be very much lower now
        Codes uses 2 condition variables to report data availability and
        consumer thread availability
      - Hopes are that glitching reports will be a thing of the past
      - minor compiler warnings fixed
        (Fix by Edwin van den Oetelaar)
    o Issue #56: Wrong icecast2 password isn't properly reported, fixed.
	  thanks to Filipe Roque <flip.roque@gmail.com>
    o Issue #57: BufferedSink makes streams invalid, fixed.
	  thanks to Alban Peignier <alban.peignier@gmail.com>
    o Issue #30: Segmentation Fault when creating file with fileAddDate, fixed
	  thanks to Filipe Roque <flip.roque@gmail.com>

27-10-2011 Darkice 1.1 released
    o Updated aac+ encoding to use libaacplus-2.0.0 api.
	  thanks to Sergiy <piratfm@gmail.com>
    o Added pulseaudio support
	  closes ticket #25
	  thanks to Filipe Roque <flip.roque@gmail.com> and
	  and Johann Fot <johann.fot@dunkelfuerst.com>
    o Added rtprio parameter and revisited realtime priority
	  closes ticket #21
          thanks to Adrian Knoth <adi@drcomp.erfurt.thur.de>
    o Fixed a call to a deprecated jack call
	  closes ticket #22
	  thanks to Adrian Knoth again.

09-05-2010 Darkice 1.0 released
    o fixed a bug in BufferedSink.cpp that leads to some buffers
	  being written twice, causing corruption of datastream,
	  closes ticked #20
	  thanks to Edwin van den Oetelaar <oetelaar.automatisering@gmail.com>
    o implemented samplerate conversion for all codecs using libsamplerate,
	  and keeping internal aflibConverter as fallback,
          thanks to Sergiy <piratfm@gmail.com>
    o bugfix: fix for alsa driver - closes ticked #8
          thanks to Clemens Ladisch <clemens@ladisch.de>

14-11-2009 Darkice 0.20.1 released
    o added rc.darkice init script
	  thanks to Niels Dettenbach <nd@syndicat.com>
    o bugfix: fix for gcc 4.4

05-11-2009 Darkice 0.20 released

    o new maintainer: Rafael Diniz <rafael@riseup.net>
    o added AAC HEv2 encoding support (branch darkice-aacp merged) through
	  libaacplus, http://tipok.org.ua/ru/node/17
	  thanks to tipok <piratfm@gmail.com> and others for the contribution.
    o bugfix: the configure script recognizes Ogg Vorbis shared objects
	  now, not just static libraries. Thanks to omroepvenray.
    o bugfix: enabling jack source compilation on Debian Lenny,
	  thanks to Alessandro Beretta <alessandro.baretta@radiomaria.org>

07-07-2008 Darkice 0.19 released

    o added mount point option for Darwin Streaming Server
      thanks to Pierre Souchay <pierre@souchay.net>
    o fix for some reliablity issues when using a Jack source
      thanks to Pierre Souchay <pierre@souchay.net>
    o enable easier finding of jack libraries on MacOS X,
      thanks to Daniel Hazelbaker <daniel@highdesertchurch.com>
    o added ability to specify name of jack device created by darkice,
      thanks to Alessandro Beretta <alessandro.baretta@radiomaria.org>

26-04-2007 DarkIce 0.18.1 released

    o enable real-time scheduling for non-super-users, if they have
      the proper operating system permissions,
      thanks to Jens Maurer <Jens.Maurer@gmx.net>
    o fix to enable compliation of the Serial ULAW code on MacOS X,
      thanks to Elod Horvath <elod@itfais.com>
    o fix to solve Shoutcast login failures, introduced in 0.18

05-03-2007 DarkIce 0.18 released

    o added serial ulaw input device support, thanks to
      Clyde Stubbs <clyde@htsoft.com>
    o improvements on reconnecting:
      added TCP connection keep-alive to TCP sockets
      added graceful sleep when trying to reconnect
    o added user-defined date formatting for the fileAddDate options,
      thanks to dsk <derrick@csociety.org>
    o added logging facility - [file-X] targets will cut the saved file
      and rename it as needed when darkice recieves the SIGUSR1 signal
    o added default configuration file handling - if no configuration file
      is specified, /etc/darkice.cfg is used
    o fix to enable compiling on 64 bit platforms
      thanks to Alexander Vlasov <zulu@galaradio.com> and
      Mariusz Mazur <mmazur@kernel.pl>
    o fix to enable file dump feature using ogg vorbis.
      thanks to dsk <derrick@csociety.org>
    o fix to enable compiling with jack installed at arbitrary locations
abd0365
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
wen Update to 0.53
Upstream changes:
0.53  2013-03-20T06:04:34Z
      - Fixed some documentation typos, thanks to Mike O'Regan (Issue #22).
      - Fixed issue where an connection failure caused an unhelpful error
        (Issue #26).
c3e82c9
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
wen Update to 2.19
Upstream changes:
2.19      2013-05-13 10:02:15 Australia/Melbourne

        * BUGFIX: Loading a file that does not change packages while
          autodie in effect no longer causes weird behaviour when
          slurpy built-ins (like open() and unlink()) are called. GH #22
          Thanks to Niels Thykier.

        * TEST: Tests for leak guard failures for slurpy core functions.

2.18      2013-05-12 18:12:14 Australia/Melbourne

        * TEST: More testing in scope_leak.t.

        * TEST: More testing around packages in truncate.t.

        * SPEED / INTERNAL: Significant improvements in load time,
          especially when autodie is used across multiple files,
          by caching reuseable subroutines and reducing calls to eval "".
          Huge thanks to Niels Thykier, who is a hero of the
          free people, and completely and utterly awesome.
          (RT #46984)

        * DOCUMENTATION: Spelling and correction fixes,
          courtesy David Steinbrunner.

        * DEVEL: Faster and more robust testing with travis-ci.

        * DEVEL: Some simple benchmarks bundled in the benchmarks/ directory.

2.17      2013-04-29 01:03:50 Australia/Melbourne

        * DOCS: Spelling fixes thanks to dsteinbrunner! (RT #84897)

        * DOCS: Fixed github links to point to 'pjf' rather than
          'pfenwick' (GH #18, thanks to Lx!)

        * INTERNAL: Silence warnings about experimental smart-match on
          5.17.11+ (via Brian Fraser and p5p)

        * TEST / BUILD: Generate .travis.yml files for CI testing via
          dzil.

2.16      2013-02-23 01:49:16 Australia/Melbourne

        * BUGFIX: Fix breakages under 5.8.x related to the new
          autodie::skip feature.

        * BUILD / BUGFIX: Remove dependency on parent.pm.

2.15      2013-02-22 23:55:22 Australia/Melbourne

        * BUILD / BUGFIX: Correct meta-info that wanted at least Perl
          v5.8.40, rather than v5.8.4.  Giant thanks to Paul Howarth
          for spotting this!

2.14      2013-02-22 15:43:33 Australia/Melbourne

        * FEATURE: Classes which claim they ->DOES('autodie::skip') are now
          skipped when generating exceptions.  This is mainly of use to
          utility classes. See `perldoc autodie::skip` for more details.
          (GH Issue #15)

        * FEATURE / BUGFIX / INCOMPAT: 'chmod' is now in the ':filesys'
          category (was in ':file').

        * BUGFIX: Added support for 'chown' and 'utime', that was
          previously overlooked. Mad props to RsrchBoy for spotting this.
          These are all in the ':filesys' category.
          (GH Pull #13)

        * BUGFIX: Added support for 'kill'. This is part of the
          ':ipc' category.

        * BUGFIX: Fixed bug whereby chmod, chown, kill, unlink and
          utime would not throw an exception when they didn't
          change all their files or signal all their processes.

        * TEST: truncate.t is now skipped on systems that don't have a
          working File::Temp.

        * TEST: open.t has a few more tests for exotic modes.

        * TEST: chown() tests are skipped on Win32, as chown on Windows
          is a no-op. (Thanks to Mithaldu for spotting this!)

        * TEST: Author tests now look for the AUTHOR_TESTING env
          variable (for dzil compliance).

        * TEST: Better testing for chown, chmod, and unlink.

        * TEST: Better testing for utime.

        * TEST: kwalitee.t is now only run when $ENV{RELEASE_TESTING} is set.

        * BUGFIX: Removed executable bits from some bundled text files.

        * BUILD: We now use dzil to manage autodie.

        * BUILD: Only Perl 5.8.4 and above is supported by autodie.
          Please upgrade your Perl distro if you're using 5.8.3 or
          below.

2.13  Thu Nov  8 14:22:03 EST 2012
        * TEST: Deterministic tests in hints_pod_examples.t .
          (RT #80412, thanks to demerphq)

        * INTERNAL: subroutine installs are now done in a
          deterministic order. (RT #80414, thanks to demerphq)
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
wiz Update to 2.0.10, based on the 2.0.9 package in wip provided by
Jason Bacon.  Should make gnuradio find swig2.

Version 2.0.10 (27 May 2013)
============================

2013-05-25: wsfulton
            [Python] Fix Python 3 inconsistency when negative numbers are passed
            where a parameter expects an unsigned C type. An OverFlow error is
            now consistently thrown instead of a TypeError.

2013-05-25: Artem Serebriyskiy
            SVN Patch ticket #338 - fixes to %attribute macros for template usage
            with %arg.

2013-05-19: wsfulton
            Fix ccache-swig internal error bug due to premature file cleanup.

            Fixes SF bug 1319 which shows up as a failure in the ccache tests on
            Debian 64 bit Wheezy, possibly because ENABLE_ZLIB is defined.

            This is a corner case which will be hit when the maximum number of files
            in the cache is set to be quite low (-F option), resulting in a cache miss.

2013-05-09: kwwette
            [Octave] Fix bugs in Octave module loading:
            - fix a memory leak in setting of global variables
            - install functions only once, to speed up module loads

2013-04-28: gjanssens
            [Guile] Updates in guile module:
            - Add support for guile 2.0
            - Drop support for guile 1.6
            - Drop support for generating wrappers using guile's gh interface.
              All generated wrappers will use the scm interface from now on.
            - Deprecate -gh and -scm options. They are no longer needed.
              A warning will be issued when these options are still used.
            - Fix all tests and examples to have a successful travis test

2013-04-18: wsfulton
            Apply Patch #36 from Jesus Lopez to add support for $descriptor() special variable macro expansion
            in fragments. For example:

              %fragment("nameDescriptor", "header")
              %{
                static const char *nameDescriptor = "$descriptor(Name)";
              %}

            which will generate into the wrapper if the fragment is used:

              static const char *nameDescriptor = "SWIGTYPE_Name";

2013-04-18: wsfulton
            Fix SF Bug #428 - Syntax error when preprocessor macros are defined inside of enum lists, such as:

              typedef enum {
                eZero = 0
              #define ONE 1
              } EFoo;

            The macros are silently ignored.

2013-04-17: wsfulton
            [C#] Pull patch #34 from BrantKyser to fix smart pointers in conjuction with directors.

2013-04-15: kwwette
            [Octave] Fix bugs in output of cleanup code.
            - Cleanup code is now written also after the "fail:" label, so it will be called if
              a SWIG_exception is raised by the wrapping function, consistent with other modules.
            - Octave module now also recognises the "$cleanup" special variable, if needed.

2013-04-08: kwwette
            Add -MP option to SWIG for generating phony targets for all dependencies.
            - Prevents make from complaining if header files have been deleted before
              the dependency file has been updated.
            - Modelled on similar option in GCC.

2013-04-09: olly
	    [PHP] Add missing directorin typemap for char* and char[] which
	    fixes director_string testcase failure.

2013-04-05: wsfulton
            [Ruby] SF Bug #1292 - Runtime fixes for Proc changes in ruby-1.9 when using STL
            wrappers that override the default predicate, such as:

              %template(Map) std::map<swig::LANGUAGE_OBJ, swig::LANGUAGE_OBJ, swig::BinaryPredicate<> >;

2013-04-05: wsfulton
            [Ruby] SF Bug #1159 - Correctly check rb_respond_to call return values to fix some
            further 1.9 problems with functors and use of Complex wrappers.

2013-04-02: wsfulton
            [Ruby] Runtime fixes for std::complex wrappers for ruby-1.9 - new native Ruby complex numbers are used.

2013-03-30: wsfulton
            [Ruby] Fix seg fault when using STL containers of generic Ruby types, GC_VALUE or LANGUAGE_OBJECT,
            on exit of the Ruby interpreter. More frequently observed in ruby-1.9.

2013-03-29: wsfulton
            [Ruby] Fix delete_if (reject!) for the STL container wrappers which previously would
            sometimes seg fault or not work.

2013-03-25: wsfulton
            [Python] Fix some undefined behaviour deleting slices in the STL containers.

2013-03-19: wsfulton
            [C#, Java, D] Fix seg fault in SWIG using directors when class and virtual method names are
            the same except being in different namespaces when the %nspace feature is not being used.

2013-02-19: kwwette
            Fix bug in SWIG's handling of qualified (e.g. const) variables of array type. Given the typedef
              a(7).q(volatile).double myarray     // typedef volatile double[7] myarray;
            the type
              q(const).myarray                    // const myarray
            becomes
              a(7).q(const volatile).double       // const volatile double[7]
            Previously, SwigType_typedef_resolve() produces the type
              q(const).a(7).q(volatile).double    // non-sensical type
            which would never match %typemap declarations, whose types were parsed correctly.
            Add typemap_array_qualifiers.i to the test suite which checks for the correct behaviour.

2013-02-18: wsfulton
            Deprecate typedef names used as constructor and destructor names in %extend. The real
            class/struct name should be used.

              typedef struct tagEStruct {
                int ivar;
              } EStruct;

              %extend tagEStruct {
                EStruct() // illegal name, should be tagEStruct()
                {
                  EStruct *s = new EStruct();
                  s->ivar = ivar0;
                  return s;
                }
                ~EStruct() // illegal name, should be ~tagEStruct()
                {
                  delete $self;
                }
              }

            For now these trigger a warning:

              extend_constructor_destructor.i:107: Warning 522: Use of an illegal constructor name 'EStruct' in
              %extend is deprecated, the constructor name should be 'tagEStruct'.
              extend_constructor_destructor.i:111: Warning 523: Use of an illegal destructor name 'EStruct' in
              %extend is deprecated, the destructor name should be 'tagEStruct'.

            These %extend destructor and constructor names were valid up to swig-2.0.4, however swig-2.0.5 ignored
            them altogether for C code as reported in SF bug #1306. The old behaviour of using them has been
            restored for now, but is officially deprecated. This does not apply to anonymously defined typedef
            classes/structs such as:

              typedef struct {...} X;

2013-02-17: kwwette
            When generating functions provided by %extend, use "(void)" for no-argument functions
            instead of "()". This prevents warnings when compiling with "gcc -Wstrict-prototypes".

2013-02-17: kwwette
            [Octave] Minor fix to autodoc generation: get the right type for functions returning structs.

2013-02-15: wsfulton
            Deprecate typedef names used in %extend that are not the real class/struct name. For example:

              typedef struct StructBName {
                int myint;
              } StructB;

              %extend StructB {
                void method() {}
              }

            will now trigger a warning:

              swig_extend.i:19: Warning 326: Deprecated %extend name used - the struct name StructBName
              should be used instead of the typedef name StructB.

            This is only partially working anyway (the %extend only worked if placed after the class
            definition).

2013-02-09: wsfulton
            [CFFI] Apply patch #22 - Fix missing package before &body

2013-01-29: wsfulton
            [Java] Ensure 'javapackage' typemap is used as it stopped working from version 2.0.5.

2013-01-28: wsfulton
            [Python] Apply patch SF #334 - Fix default value conversions "TRUE"->True, "FALSE"->False.

2013-01-28: wsfulton
            [Java] Apply patch SF #335 - Truly ignore constructors in directors with %ignore.

2013-01-18: Brant Kyser
            [Java] Patch #15 - Allow the use of the nspace feature without the -package commandline option.
            This works as long and the new jniclasspackage pragma is used to place the JNI intermediate class
            into a package and the nspace feature is used to place all exposed types into a package.

2013-01-15: wsfulton
            Fix Visual Studio examples to work when SWIG is unzipped into a directory containing spaces.

2013-01-15: wsfulton
            [C#] Fix cstype typemap lookup for member variables so that a fully qualified variable name
            matches. For example:
              %typemap(cstype) bool MVar::mvar "MyBool"
              struct MVar {
                bool mvar;
              };

2013-01-11: Brant Kyser
	    [Java, C#, D] SF Bug #1299 - Fix generated names for when %nspace is used on
            classes with the same name in two different namespaces.

2013-01-11: Vladimir Kalinin
	    [C#] Add support for csdirectorin 'pre', 'post' and 'terminator' attributes.

2013-01-08: olly
	    [PHP] Fix to work with a ZTS build of PHP (broken in 2.0.7).

2013-01-07: olly
	    Fix bashism in configure, introduced in 2.0.9.

2013-01-06: wsfulton
            Pull patch #4 from ptomulik to fix SF Bug #1296 - Fix incorrect warning for virtual destructors
            in templates, such as:
             Warning 521: Illegal destructor name B< A >::~B(). Ignored.

2013-01-05: wsfulton
            [Python] Pull patch #3 from ptomulik to fix SF Bug #1295 - standard exceptions as
            classes using the SWIG_STD_EXCEPTIONS_AS_CLASSES macro.

2013-01-04: wsfulton
            [Java] Pull patch #2 from BrantKyser to fix SF Bug #1283 - fix smart pointers in conjuction
            with directors.

2013-01-03: wsfulton
            [Java] Pull patch #1 from BrantKyser to fix SF Bug #1278 - fix directors and nspace feature when
            multilevel namespaces are used.

Version 2.0.9 (16 December 2012)
================================

2012-12-16: wsfulton
            Fix garbage line number / empty file name reporting for some missing
            '}' or ')' error messages.

2012-12-15: kkaempf
            [Ruby] Apply patch 3530444, Class#methods and Class#constants returns array of
            symbols in Ruby 1.9+

2012-12-14: kkaempf
            [Ruby] Apply patch 3530439 and finally replace all occurrences of the STR2CSTR() macro
            with StringValuePtr(). STR2CSTR was deprecated since years and got removed in Ruby 1.9

2012-12-14: kkaempf
            [Ruby] Applied patches #3530442 and 3530443 to adapt compile and runtime include
            paths to match Ruby 1.9+

2012-12-14: wsfulton
            [CFFI] Fix #3161614 - Some string constants are incorrect

2012-12-13: wsfulton
            [CFFI] Fix #3529690 - Fix incorrect constant names.

2012-12-12: drjoe
	    [R] add fix to finalizer that was missed earlier

2012-12-11: wsfulton
            [Python] Apply patch #3590522 - fully qualified package paths for Python 3 even if a module is in the
            same package.

2012-12-08: wsfulton
            [Python] Bug #3563647 - PyInt_FromSize_t unavailable prior to Python 2.5 for unsigned int types.

2012-12-08: wsfulton
            [Perl] Fix bug #3571361 - C++ comment in C wrappers.

2012-12-07: wsfulton
            [C#] Apply patch #3571029 which adds missing director support for const unsigned long long &.

2012-11-28: kwwette
            [Octave] Simplified module loading: now just the syntax
            $ example;
            is accepted, which loads functions globally but constants and variables relative to the current scope.
            This make module loading behaviour reliably consistent, and reduces problems when loading modules which
            depend on other modules which may not have been previously loaded.

2012-11-27: wsfulton
            [cffi] Fix junk output when wrapping single character literal constants.

2012-11-17: wsfulton
            [Tcl, Modula3] Add missing support for -outdir.

2012-11-17: wsfulton
            Fix segfaults when using filename paths greater than 1024 characters in length.

2012-11-14: wsfulton
            [ccache-swig] Apply patch #3586392 from Frederik Deweerdt to fix some error cases - incorrectly using
            memory after it has been deleted.

2012-11-09: vzeitlin
            [Python] Fix overflow when passing values greater than LONG_MAX from Python 3 for parameters with unsigned long C type.

2012-11-09: wsfulton
            Fix some feature matching issues for implicit destructors and implicit constructors and implicit
            copy constructors added with %copyctor. Previously a feature for these had to be fully qualified
            in order to match. Now the following will also match:

              %feature("xyz") ~XXX();
              struct XXX {};

2012-11-09: wsfulton
            Further consistency in named output typemap lookups for implicit constructors and destructors and
            implicit copy constructors added with %copyctor. Previously only the fully qualified name was being
            used, now the unqualified name will also be used. For example, previously:

              example.i:38: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void

            Now the unqualified name is also used:

              example.i:38: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void Space::More::~More
                Looking for: void ~More
                Looking for: void

2012-11-02: wsfulton
            Fix some subtle named output typemap lookup misses, the fully qualified name was not always being
            used for variables, for example:

              struct Glob {
                int MyVar;
              };

            Previously the search rules (as shown by -debug-tmsearch) for the getter wrapper were:

              example.i:44: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: int MyVar
                Looking for: int MyVar
                Looking for: int

            Now the scope is named correctly:

              example.i:44: Searching for a suitable 'out' typemap for: int Glob::MyVar
                Looking for: int Glob::MyVar
                Looking for: int MyVar
                Looking for: int

2012-10-26: wsfulton
            Fix director typemap searching so that a typemap specified with a name will be correctly matched. Previously
            the name was ignored during the typemap search. Applies to the following list of typemaps:
            directorout, csdirectorout, cstype, imtype, ctype, ddirectorout, dtype, gotype, jtype, jni, javadirectorout.

2012-10-11: wsfulton
            Most of the special variables available for use in %exception are now also available for expansion in
            %extend blocks. These are: $name $symname $overname $decl $fulldecl $parentname $parentsymname, see docs
            on "Class extension" in SWIGPlus.html. Patch based on submission from Kris Thielemans.

2012-10-10: wsfulton
            Additional new special variables in %exception are expanded as follows:
              $parentname - The parent class name (if any) for a method.
              $parentsymname - The target language parent class name (if any) for a method.

2012-10-08: iant
	    [Go] Generating Go code now requires using the -intgosize option to
	    indicate the size of the 'int' type in Go.  This is because the
	    size of the type is changing from Go 1.0 to Go 1.1 for x86_64.

2012-09-14: wsfulton
	    Add new warning if the empty template instantiation is used as a base class, for example:

              template <typename T> class Base {};
              %template() Base<int>;
              class Derived : public Base<int> {};

            gives the following warning instead of silently ignoring the base:

            cpp_inherit.i:52: Warning 401: Base class 'Base< int >' has no name as it is an empty template instantiated with '%template()'. Ignored.
            cpp_inherit.i:51: Warning 401: The %template directive must be written before 'Base< int >' is used as a base class and be declared with a name.


2012-09-11: wsfulton
	    [Java] Fix #3535304 - Direct use of a weak global reference in directors
            sometimes causing seg faults especially on Android.

2012-09-06: wsfulton
	    [Java] Fix (char *STRING, size_t LENGTH) typemaps to accept NULL string.

2012-08-26: drjoe
	    [R] make ExternalReference slot ref to contain reference

2012-08-26: drjoe
	    [R] fix Examples/Makefile to use C in $(CC) rather than $(CXX)
64deb39
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
taca Update camping to 2.1.532.
= 2.1
=== 19th Aug, 2010 (whyday)
* Helpers#R now calls to_param on any object it passes in
* Fix route generation issue with routes including "." (#22)
* Improved tests
* Improved 1.9 support
* Camping::Server is now built upon Rack::Server
* Add support for ERB, Haml etc through Tilt
* Introducing Camping.options and Camping#set
* Camping::Server only loads ActiveRecord when needed
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
wen Update to 0.37
Upstream changes:
version: 0.37
date:    Fri Oct 25 21:46:59 MYT 2013
changes:
- Bugfix: Run Test::Compile tests as xt as they require optional dependencies to be present (GH issue #22)
- Testing: Added Travis-CI integration
- Makefile: Added target to update version on all packages
---
version: 0.36
date:    Sun Oct 20 04:44:42 MYT 2013
changes:
- Move the distribution to Dist::Zilla
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
ryoon Update to 0.11.1
* Convert to build from source to configure the localtion of configuration.xml.
  Prebuild binary requires /var/opengrok directory. This package requires
  the directory inside ${PREFIX}/share/opengrok only.
* Update HOMEPAGE

Changelog:
0.12-rc5:
differentiate between raw and download #578
add H A D links to directory listing #573
fix dtags.eftar file descriptor leak #535
do not unnecessarily create 2 File objects when returning eftar reader #539

0.12-rc4:
highlight line number with anchor (#702)
timeout for command execution (#429, #487)
fix for definitions search displays comment lines (#294)

0.12-rc3:
Lucene 4.6.0
Mercurial rename regression fix (#683)
let sendToConfigHost body use the parameter "env" to keep align with its signature and other methods

0.12-rc2:
bug #672 need double-quotes to specify path
bug #625 xref links containing \u don't seem to be working
follow-up fixes for Mercurial renamed files handling (fixes #666)
Support for Surround SCM history
lucene 4.5 (requires full reindex from 0.12-rc1)
generate history of files renamed in Mercurial repo separately (fixes #22)

0.12-rc1:
JDK7 + tomcat7 tested, JDK6 unsupported!
lucene 4.4 -> A LOT faster engine, no spellindex needed, regexp search supported (see help)
pl/sql, scala, uuencode languages/analyzers support
php analyzers improved
monotone, mercurial SCM support improved
AccuRev SCM added to supported SCMs
new config options in OpenGrok script
new search by analyzer/language

Changelog for <0.12 is not available.
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
wiz Update to 2.2.2. Set LICENSE. Update HOMEPAGE.
Changes from 2.2.1 to 2.2.2
===========================

* The `copy_args` argument of `NumExpr` function has been brought
  back.  This has been mainly necessary for compatibility with
  PyTables < 3.0, which I decided to continue to support.  Fixed #115.

* The `__nonzero__` method in `ExpressionNode` class has been
  commented out.  This is also for compatibility with PyTables < 3.0.
  See #24 for details.

* Fixed the type of some parameters in the C extension so that s390
  architecture compiles.  Fixes #116.  Thank to Antonio Valentino for
  reporting and the patch.


Changes from 2.2 to 2.2.1
=========================

* Fixes a secondary effect of "from numpy.testing import `*`", where
  division is imported now too, so only then necessary functions from
  there are imported now.  Thanks to Christoph Gohlke for the patch.

Changes from 2.1 to 2.2
=======================

* [LICENSE] Fixed a problem with the license of the
  numexpr/win32/pthread.{c,h} files emulating pthreads on Windows
  platforms.  After persmission from the original authors is granted,
  these files adopt the MIT license and can be redistributed without
  problems.  See issue #109 for details
  (https://code.google.com/p/numexpr/issues/detail?id=110).

* [ENH] Improved the algorithm to decide the initial number of threads
  to be used.  This was necessary because by default, numexpr was
  using a number of threads equal to the detected number of cores, and
  this can be just too much for moder systems where this number can be
  too high (and counterporductive for performance in many cases).
  Now, the 'NUMEXPR_NUM_THREADS' environment variable is honored, and
  in case this is not present, a maximum number of *8* threads are
  setup initially.  The new algorithm is fully described in the Users
  Guide now in the note of 'General routines' section:
  https://code.google.com/p/numexpr/wiki/UsersGuide#General_routines.
  Closes #110.

* [ENH] numexpr.test() returns `TestResult` instead of None now.
  Closes #111.

* [FIX] Modulus with zero with integers no longer crashes the
  interpreter.  It nows puts a zero in the result.  Fixes #107.

* [API CLEAN] Removed `copy_args` argument of `evaluate`.  This should
  only be used by old versions of PyTables (< 3.0).

* [DOC] Documented the `optimization` and `truediv` flags of
  `evaluate` in Users Guide
  (https://code.google.com/p/numexpr/wiki/UsersGuide).

Changes from 2.0.1 to 2.1
===========================

* Dropped compatibility with Python < 2.6.

* Improve compatibiity with Python 3:

  - switch from PyString to PyBytes API (requires Python >= 2.6).
  - fixed incompatibilities regarding the int/long API
  - use the Py_TYPE macro
  - use the PyVarObject_HEAD_INIT macro instead of PyObject_HEAD_INIT

* Fixed several issues with different platforms not supporting
  multithreading or subprocess properly (see tickets #75 and #77).

* Now, when trying to use pure Python boolean operators, 'and',
  'or' and 'not', an error is issued suggesting that '&', '|' and
  '~' should be used instead (fixes #24).

Changes from 2.0 to 2.0.1
=========================

* Added compatibility with Python 2.5 (2.4 is definitely not supported
  anymore).

* `numexpr.evaluate` is fully documented now, in particular the new
  `out`, `order` and `casting` parameters.

* Reduction operations are fully documented now.

* Negative axis in reductions are not supported (they have never been
  actually), and a `ValueError` will be raised if they are used.


Changes from 1.x series to 2.0
==============================

- Added support for the new iterator object in NumPy 1.6 and later.

  This allows for better performance with operations that implies
  broadcast operations, fortran-ordered or non-native byte orderings.
  Performance for other scenarios is preserved (except for very small
  arrays).

- Division in numexpr is consistent now with Python/NumPy.  Fixes #22
  and #58.

- Constants like "2." or "2.0" must be evaluated as float, not
  integer.  Fixes #59.

- `evaluate()` function has received a new parameter `out` for storing
  the result in already allocated arrays.  This is very useful when
  dealing with large arrays, and a allocating new space for keeping
  the result is not acceptable.  Closes #56.

- Maximum number of threads raised from 256 to 4096.  Machines with a
  higher number of cores will still be able to import numexpr, but
  limited to 4096 (which is an absurdly high number already).
919b969
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 14, 2014
wiedi Update darkice to 1.2
Forward ported the existing patches that were not upstream yet.
Also added patches for cfmakeraw and log10(int) amgiguity to fix build on SunOS.
From the changelog since 0.17.1

15-07-2013 Darkice 1.2 released
    o Issue #75: Added Ogg/Opus support. Patch by Doug Kelly
	dougk.ff7@gmail.com
    o Fix 'Ring Ruffer' reports.
      - Increased buffer for jack to 5 seconds
      - prevent darkice termination by jack, report no fatal problem when we
        have a ringbuffer overflow, can happen during startup
        If we can not handle input audio fast enough we just ignore the buffer
        and skip it, and just report it.
      - new multithreaded connector code, now handles encoders in parallel
        and does not spin waiting, cpu load will be very much lower now
        Codes uses 2 condition variables to report data availability and
        consumer thread availability
      - Hopes are that glitching reports will be a thing of the past
      - minor compiler warnings fixed
        (Fix by Edwin van den Oetelaar)
    o Issue #56: Wrong icecast2 password isn't properly reported, fixed.
	  thanks to Filipe Roque <flip.roque@gmail.com>
    o Issue #57: BufferedSink makes streams invalid, fixed.
	  thanks to Alban Peignier <alban.peignier@gmail.com>
    o Issue #30: Segmentation Fault when creating file with fileAddDate, fixed
	  thanks to Filipe Roque <flip.roque@gmail.com>

27-10-2011 Darkice 1.1 released
    o Updated aac+ encoding to use libaacplus-2.0.0 api.
	  thanks to Sergiy <piratfm@gmail.com>
    o Added pulseaudio support
	  closes ticket #25
	  thanks to Filipe Roque <flip.roque@gmail.com> and
	  and Johann Fot <johann.fot@dunkelfuerst.com>
    o Added rtprio parameter and revisited realtime priority
	  closes ticket #21
          thanks to Adrian Knoth <adi@drcomp.erfurt.thur.de>
    o Fixed a call to a deprecated jack call
	  closes ticket #22
	  thanks to Adrian Knoth again.

09-05-2010 Darkice 1.0 released
    o fixed a bug in BufferedSink.cpp that leads to some buffers
	  being written twice, causing corruption of datastream,
	  closes ticked #20
	  thanks to Edwin van den Oetelaar <oetelaar.automatisering@gmail.com>
    o implemented samplerate conversion for all codecs using libsamplerate,
	  and keeping internal aflibConverter as fallback,
          thanks to Sergiy <piratfm@gmail.com>
    o bugfix: fix for alsa driver - closes ticked #8
          thanks to Clemens Ladisch <clemens@ladisch.de>

14-11-2009 Darkice 0.20.1 released
    o added rc.darkice init script
	  thanks to Niels Dettenbach <nd@syndicat.com>
    o bugfix: fix for gcc 4.4

05-11-2009 Darkice 0.20 released

    o new maintainer: Rafael Diniz <rafael@riseup.net>
    o added AAC HEv2 encoding support (branch darkice-aacp merged) through
	  libaacplus, http://tipok.org.ua/ru/node/17
	  thanks to tipok <piratfm@gmail.com> and others for the contribution.
    o bugfix: the configure script recognizes Ogg Vorbis shared objects
	  now, not just static libraries. Thanks to omroepvenray.
    o bugfix: enabling jack source compilation on Debian Lenny,
	  thanks to Alessandro Beretta <alessandro.baretta@radiomaria.org>

07-07-2008 Darkice 0.19 released

    o added mount point option for Darwin Streaming Server
      thanks to Pierre Souchay <pierre@souchay.net>
    o fix for some reliablity issues when using a Jack source
      thanks to Pierre Souchay <pierre@souchay.net>
    o enable easier finding of jack libraries on MacOS X,
      thanks to Daniel Hazelbaker <daniel@highdesertchurch.com>
    o added ability to specify name of jack device created by darkice,
      thanks to Alessandro Beretta <alessandro.baretta@radiomaria.org>

26-04-2007 DarkIce 0.18.1 released

    o enable real-time scheduling for non-super-users, if they have
      the proper operating system permissions,
      thanks to Jens Maurer <Jens.Maurer@gmx.net>
    o fix to enable compliation of the Serial ULAW code on MacOS X,
      thanks to Elod Horvath <elod@itfais.com>
    o fix to solve Shoutcast login failures, introduced in 0.18

05-03-2007 DarkIce 0.18 released

    o added serial ulaw input device support, thanks to
      Clyde Stubbs <clyde@htsoft.com>
    o improvements on reconnecting:
      added TCP connection keep-alive to TCP sockets
      added graceful sleep when trying to reconnect
    o added user-defined date formatting for the fileAddDate options,
      thanks to dsk <derrick@csociety.org>
    o added logging facility - [file-X] targets will cut the saved file
      and rename it as needed when darkice recieves the SIGUSR1 signal
    o added default configuration file handling - if no configuration file
      is specified, /etc/darkice.cfg is used
    o fix to enable compiling on 64 bit platforms
      thanks to Alexander Vlasov <zulu@galaradio.com> and
      Mariusz Mazur <mmazur@kernel.pl>
    o fix to enable file dump feature using ogg vorbis.
      thanks to dsk <derrick@csociety.org>
    o fix to enable compiling with jack installed at arbitrary locations
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 15, 2014
wiz Update to 0.11.1:
libass (0.11.1)
 * Fix distfile generation
 * No functional changes

libass (0.11.0)
 * Add bitmap run combining/compositing
   This changes the text rendering model and increases compatibility with
   VSFilter. It may make rendering faster or slower in certain cases.
 * Add AVX/SSE2 implementations for \be and compositing
   This adds yasm as (optional) build dependency.
 * Add ass_library_version() API funcion (GC #113)
 * Add 'profile' program for benchmarks
 * Improve gaussian blur
 * Fix compilation with MSVC 2013
 * Speed up HarfBuzz shaper
 * Speed up cache
 * Notable compatibility bugfixes
   * Reset origin on \fay changes (GC #88)
   * Tons of parser fixes
   * Fix ascender/descender metrics (GH #8)
   * Fix \pbo sign and scaling
   * Don't reset wrap style on \r (GC #116, GH #45)
 * Notable bugfixes:
   * Correctly handle @font advance (GC #94)
   * Disable ligatures for non-zero \fsp
   * Make sure to release vector clip (GH #22)
2e86997
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 15, 2014
imil Updated irclib to version 8.5.4
8.5.4

    Issue #32: Add logging around large DCC messages to facilitate
    troubleshooting.
    Issue #31: Fix error in connection wrapper for SSL example.

8.5.3

    Issue #28: Fix TypeError in version calculation in irc.bot CTCP version.

8.5.2

    Updated DCC send and receive scripts (Issue #27).

8.5.1

    Fix timestamp support in schedule.DelayedCommand construction.

8.5

    irc.client.NickMask is now a Unicode object on Python 2. Fixes issue
    reported in pull request #19.
    Issue #24: Added DCCConnection.send_bytes for transmitting binary data.
    privmsg remains to support transmitting text.

8.4

    Code base now runs natively on Python 2 and Python 3, but requires six to
    be installed.
    Issue #25: Rate-limiting has been updated to be finer grained (preventing
    bursts exceeding the limit following idle periods).

8.3.2

    Issue #22: Catch error in bot.py on NAMREPLY when nick is not in any visible
    channel.

8.3.1

    Fixed encoding errors in server on Python 3.

8.3

    Added a set_keepalive method to the ServerConnection. Sends a periodic PING
    message every indicated interval.

8.2

    Added support for throttling send_raw messages via the ServerConnection
    object. For example, on any connection object:

        connection.set_rate_limit(30)

    That would set the rate limit to 30 Hz (30 per second). Thanks to Jason Kendall for the suggestion and bug fixes.

8.1.2

    Fix typo in client.NickMask.

8.1.1

    Fix typo in bot.py.

8.1

    Issue #15: Added client support for ISUPPORT directives on server connections. Now, each ServerConnection has a features attribute which reflects the features supported by the server. See the docs for irc.features for details about the implementation.

8.0.1

    Issue #14: Fix errors when handlers of the same priority are added under Python 3. This also fixes the unintended behavior of allowing handlers of the same priority to compare as unequal.

8.0

This release brings several backward-incompatible changes to the scheduled commands.

    Refactored implementation of schedule classes. No longer do they override the datetime constructor, but now only provide suitable classmethods for construction in various forms.
    Removed backward-compatible references from irc.client.
    Remove 'arguments' parameter from scheduled commands.

Clients that reference the schedule classes from irc.client or that construct them from the basic constructor will need to update to use the new class methods:

- DelayedCommand -> DelayedCommand.after
- PeriodicCommand -> PeriodicCommand.after

Arguments may no longer be passed to the 'function' callback, but one is encouraged instead to use functools.partial to attach parameters to the callback. For example:

DelayedCommand.after(3, func, ('a', 10))

becomes:

func = functools.partial(func, 'a', 10)
DelayedCommand.after(3, func)

This mode puts less constraints on the both the handler and the caller. For example, a caller can now pass keyword arguments instead:

func = functools.partial(func, name='a', quantity=10)
DelayedCommand.after(3, func)

Readability, maintainability, and usability go up.
7.1.2

    Issue #13: TypeError on Python 3 when constructing PeriodicCommand (and thus execute_every).

7.1.1

    Fixed regression created in 7.0 where PeriodicCommandFixedDelay would only cause the first command to be scheduled, but not subsequent ones.

7.1

    Moved scheduled command classes to irc.schedule module. Kept references for backwards-compatibility.

7.0

    PeriodicCommand now raises a ValueError if it's created with a negative or zero delay (meaning all subsequent commands are immediately due). This fixes #12.

    Renamed the parameters to the IRC object. If you use a custom event loop and your code constructs the IRC object with keyword parameters, you will need to update your code to use the new names, so:

    IRC(fn_to_add_socket=adder, fn_to_remove_socket=remover, fn_to_add_timeout=timeout)

    becomes:

    IRC(on_connect=adder, on_disconnect=remover, on_schedule=timeout)

    If you don't use a custom event loop or you pass the parameters positionally, no change is necessary.

6.0.1

    Fixed some unhandled exceptions in server client connections when the client would disconnect in response to messages sent after select was called.

6.0

    Moved LineBuffer and DecodingLineBuffer from client to buffer module. Backward-compatible references have been kept for now.
    Removed daemon mode and log-to-file options for server.
    Miscellaneous bugfixes in server.

5.1.1

    Fix error in 2to3 conversion on irc/server.py (issue #11).

5.1

The IRC library is now licensed under the MIT license.

    Added irc/server.py, based on hircd by Ferry Boender.
    Added support for CAP command (pull request #10), thanks to Danneh Oaks.

5.0

Another backward-incompatible change. In irc 5.0, many of the unnecessary getter functions have been removed and replaced with simple attributes. This change addresses issue #2. In particular:

        Connection._get_socket() -> Connection.socket (including subclasses)
        Event.eventtype() -> Event.type
        Event.source() -> Event.source
        Event.target() -> Event.target
        Event.arguments() -> Event.arguments

The nm_to_* functions were removed. Instead, use the NickMask class attributes.

These deprecated function aliases were removed from irc.client:

- parse_nick_modes -> modes.parse_nick_modes
- parse_channel_modes -> modes.parse_channel_modes
- generated_events -> events.generated
- protocol_events -> events.protocol
- numeric_events -> events.numeric
- all_events -> events.all
- irc_lower -> strings.lower

Also, the parameter name when constructing an event was renamed from eventtype to simply type.
4.0

    Removed deprecated arguments to ServerConnection.connect. See notes on the 3.3 release on how to use the connect_factory parameter if your application requires ssl, ipv6, or other connection customization.

3.6.1

    Filter out disconnected sockets when processing input.

3.6

    Created two new exceptions in irc.client: MessageTooLong and InvalidCharacters.
    Use explicit exceptions instead of ValueError when sending data.

3.5

    SingleServerIRCBot now accepts keyword arguments which are passed through to the ServerConnection.connect method. One can use this to use SSL for connections:

    factory = irc.connection.Factory(wrapper=ssl.wrap_socket)
    bot = irc.bot.SingleServerIRCBot(..., connect_factory = factory)
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 15, 2014
wiz Update to 0.9.1:
Version 0.9.1
-------------

Released on 2013-10-17.

* **Backward incompatible change from 0.9**:
  :meth:`~GenericTranslator.selector_to_xpath` defaults to
  ignoring pseudo-elements,
  as it did in 0.8 and previous versions.
  (:meth:`~GenericTranslator.css_to_xpath` doesn’t change.)
* Drop official support for Python 2.4 and 3.1,
  as testing was becoming difficult.
  Nothing will break overnight,
  but future releases may on may not work on these versions.
  Older releases will remain available on PyPI.


Version 0.9
-----------

Released on 2013-10-11.

Add parser support for :attr:`functional
pseudo-elements <Selector.pseudo_element>`.

*Update:*
This version accidentally introduced a **backward incompatible** change:
:meth:`~GenericTranslator.selector_to_xpath` defaults to
rejecting pseudo-elements instead of ignoring them.


Version 0.8
-----------

Released on 2013-03-15.

Improvements:

* `#22 <scrapy/cssselect#22
  Let extended translators override what XPathExpr class is used
* `#19 <scrapy/cssselect#19
  Use the built-in ``lang()`` XPath function
  for implementing the ``:lang()`` pseudo-class
  with XML documents.
  This is probably faster than ``ancestor-or-self::``.

Bug fixes:

* `#14 <scrapy/cssselect#14
  Fix non-ASCII pseudo-classes. (Invalid selector instead of crash.)
* `#20 <scrapy/cssselect#20
  As per the spec, elements containing only whitespace are not considered empty
  for the ``:empty`` pseudo-class.


Version 0.7.1
-------------

Released on 2012-06-14. Code name *remember-to-test-with-tox*.

0.7 broke the parser in Python 2.4 and 2.5; the tests in 2.x.
Now all is well again.

Also, pseudo-elements are now correctly made lower-case. (They are supposed
to be case-insensitive.)
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Aug 12, 2014
wiz Update to 4.0:
---
4.0
---

* Removed ``keyring_path`` parameter from ``load_keyring``. See release notes
  for 3.0.3 for more details.
* Issue #22: Removed support for loading the config from the current
  directory. The config file must now be located in the platform-specific
  config location.
44eac53
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Sep 9, 2014
wen Update to 0.30
Remove a duplicate line

Upstream changes:
0.30 2014-07-26

  - Fix for subclassing CPAN::Changes::Group (GH #23)

0.29 2014-07-23

  - Groups are now objects (CPAN::Changes::Group). Backwards
    compatibility from hashes should be preserved (GH #22)

0.28 2014-06-10

  - Add "SEE ALSO" links to similar modules (RT #94636)

  - Use perl 5.8-compatible regex
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 1, 2014
ryoon Update to 0.9.5.3
Changelog:
================================================================================
GLM 0.9.5.4: 2014-06-21
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Fixed non-utf8 character #196
- Added FindGLM install for CMake #189
- Fixed GTX_color_space - saturation #195
- Fixed glm::isinf and glm::isnan for with Android NDK 9d #191
- Fixed builtin GLM_ARCH_SSE4 #204
- Optimized Quaternion vector rotation #205
- Fixed missing doxygen @endcond tag #211
- Fixed instruction set detection with Clang #158
- Fixed orientate3 function #207
- Fixed lerp when cosTheta is close to 1 in quaternion slerp #210
- Added GTX_io for io with <iostream> #144
- Fixed fastDistance ambiguity #215
- Fixed tweakedInfinitePerspective #208 and added user-defined epsilon to
  tweakedInfinitePerspective
- Fixed std::copy and std::vector with GLM types #214
- Fixed strict aliasing issues #212, #152
- Fixed std::nextafter not supported with C++11 on Android #213
- Fixed corner cases in exp and log functions for quaternions #199

================================================================================
GLM 0.9.5.3: 2014-04-02
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Added instruction set auto detection with Visual C++ using _M_IX86_FP - /arch
  compiler argument
- Fixed GTX_raw_data code dependency
- Fixed GCC instruction set detection
- Added GLM_GTX_matrix_transform_2d extension (#178, #176)
- Fixed CUDA issues (#169, #168, #183, #182)
- Added support for all extensions but GTX_string_cast to CUDA
- Fixed strict aliasing warnings in GCC 4.8.1 / Android NDK 9c (#152)
- Fixed missing bitfieldInterleave definisions
- Fixed usubBorrow (#171)
- Fixed eulerAngle*** not consistent for right-handed coordinate system (#173)
- Added full tests for eulerAngle*** functions (#173)
- Added workaround for a CUDA compiler bug (#186, #185)

================================================================================
GLM 0.9.5.2: 2014-02-08
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Fixed initializer list ambiguity (#159, #160)
- Fixed warnings with the Android NDK 9c
- Fixed non power of two matrix products
- Fixed mix function link error
- Fixed SSE code included in GLM tests on "pure" platforms
- Fixed undefined reference to fastInverseSqrt (#161)
- Fixed GLM_FORCE_RADIANS with <glm/ext.hpp> build error (#165)
- Fix dot product clamp range for vector angle functions. (#163)
- Tentative fix for strict aliasing warning in GCC 4.8.1 / Android NDK 9c (#152)
- Fixed GLM_GTC_constants description brief (#162)

================================================================================
GLM 0.9.5.1: 2014-01-11
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Fixed angle and orientedAngle that sometimes return NaN values (#145)
- Deprecated degrees for function parameters and display a message
- Added possible static_cast conversion of GLM types (#72)
- Fixed error 'inverse' is not a member of 'glm' from glm::unProject (#146)
- Fixed mismatch between some declarations and definitions
- Fixed inverse link error when using namespace glm; (#147)
- Optimized matrix inverse and division code (#149)
- Added intersectRayPlane function (#153)
- Fixed outerProduct return type (#155)

================================================================================
GLM 0.9.5.0: 2013-12-25
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Added forward declarations (glm/fwd.hpp) for faster compilations
- Added per feature headers
- Minimized GLM internal dependencies
- Improved Intel Compiler detection
- Added bitfieldInterleave and _mm_bit_interleave_si128 functions
- Added GTX_scalar_relational
- Added GTX_dual_quaternion
- Added rotation function to GTX_quaternion (#22)
- Added precision variation of each type
- Added quaternion comparison functions
- Fixed GTX_multiple for negative value
- Removed GTX_ocl_type extension
- Fixed post increment and decrement operators
- Fixed perspective with zNear == 0 (#71)
- Removed l-value swizzle operators
- Cleaned up compiler detection code for unsupported compilers
- Replaced C cast by C++ casts
- Fixed .length() that should return a int and not a size_t
- Added GLM_FORCE_SIZE_T_LENGTH and glm::length_t
- Removed unnecessary conversions
- Optimized packing and unpacking functions
- Removed the normalization of the up argument of lookAt function (#114)
- Added low precision specializations of inversesqrt
- Fixed ldexp and frexp implementations
- Increased assert coverage
- Increased static_assert coverage
- Replaced GLM traits by STL traits when possible
- Allowed including individual core feature
- Increased unit tests completness
- Added creating of a quaternion from two vectors
- Added C++11 initializer lists
- Fixed umulExtended and imulExtended implementations for vector types (#76)
- Fixed CUDA coverage for GTC extensions
- Added GTX_io extension
- Improved GLM messages enabled when defining GLM_MESSAGES
- Hidden matrix _inverse function implementation detail into private section

================================================================================
GLM 0.9.4.6: 2013-09-20
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Fixed detection to select the last known compiler if newer version #106
- Fixed is_int and is_uint code duplication with GCC and C++11 #107
- Fixed test suite build while using Clang in C++11 mode
- Added c++1y mode support in CMake test suite
- Removed ms extension mode to CMake when no using Visual C++
- Added pedantic mode to CMake test suite for Clang and GCC
- Added use of GCC frontend on Unix for ICC and Visual C++ fronted on Windows
  for ICC
- Added compilation errors for unsupported compiler versions
- Fixed glm::orientation with GLM_FORCE_RADIANS defined #112
- Fixed const ref issue on assignment operator taking a scalar parameter #116
- Fixed glm::eulerAngleY implementation #117

================================================================================
GLM 0.9.4.5: 2013-08-12
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Fixed CUDA support
- Fixed inclusion of intrinsics in "pure" mode #92
- Fixed language detection on GCC when the C++0x mode isn't enabled #95
- Fixed issue #97: register is deprecated in C++11
- Fixed issue #96: CUDA issues
- Added Windows CE detection #92
- Added missing value_ptr for quaternions #99

================================================================================
GLM 0.9.4.4: 2013-05-29
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Fixed slerp when costheta is close to 1 #65
- Fixed mat4x2 value_type constructor #70
- Fixed glm.natvis for Visual C++ 12 #82
- Added assert in inversesqrt to detect division by zero #61
- Fixed missing swizzle operators #86
- Fixed CUDA warnings #86
- Fixed GLM natvis for VC11 #82
- Fixed GLM_GTX_multiple with negative values #79
- Fixed glm::perspective when zNear is zero #71

================================================================================
GLM 0.9.4.3: 2013-03-20
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Detected qualifier for Clang
- Fixed C++11 mode for GCC, couldn't be enabled without MS extensions
- Fixed squad, intermediate and exp quaternion functions
- Fixed GTX_polar_coordinates euclidean function, takes a vec2 instead of a vec3
- Clarify the license applying on the manual
- Added a docx copy of the manual
- Fixed GLM_GTX_matrix_interpolation
- Fixed isnan and isinf on Android with Clang
- Autodetected C++ version using __cplusplus value
- Fixed mix for bool and bvec* third parameter

================================================================================
GLM 0.9.4.2: 2013-02-14
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Fixed compAdd from GTX_component_wise
- Fixed SIMD support for Intel compiler on Windows
- Fixed isnan and isinf for CUDA compiler
- Fixed GLM_FORCE_RADIANS on glm::perspective
- Fixed GCC warnings
- Fixed packDouble2x32 on XCode
- Fixed mix for vec4 SSE implementation
- Fixed 0x2013 dash character in comments that cause issue in Windows
  Japanese mode
- Fixed documentation warnings
- Fixed CUDA warnings

================================================================================
GLM 0.9.4.1: 2012-12-22
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Improved half support: -0.0 case and implicit conversions
- Fixed Intel Composer Compiler support on Linux
- Fixed interaction between quaternion and euler angles
- Fixed GTC_constants build
- Fixed GTX_multiple
- Fixed quat slerp using mix function when cosTheta close to 1
- Improved fvec4SIMD and fmat4x4SIMD implementations
- Fixed assert messages
- Added slerp and lerp quaternion functions and tests

================================================================================
GLM 0.9.4.0: 2012-11-18
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Added Intel Composer Compiler support
- Promoted GTC_espilon extension
- Promoted GTC_ulp extension
- Removed GLM website from the source repository
- Added GLM_FORCE_RADIANS so that all functions takes radians for arguments
- Fixed detection of Clang and LLVM GCC on MacOS X
- Added debugger visualizers for Visual C++ 2012

================================================================================
GLM 0.9.3.4: 2012-06-30
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Added SSE4 and AVX2 detection.
- Removed VIRTREV_xstream and the incompatibility generated with GCC
- Fixed C++11 compiler option for GCC
- Removed MS language extension option for GCC (not fonctionnal)
- Fixed bitfieldExtract for vector types
- Fixed warnings
- Fixed SSE includes

================================================================================
GLM 0.9.3.3: 2012-05-10
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
- Fixed isinf and isnan
- Improved compatibility with Intel compiler
- Added CMake test build options: SIMD, C++11, fast math and MS land ext
- Fixed SIMD mat4 test on GCC
- Fixed perspectiveFov implementation
- Fixed matrixCompMult for none-square matrices
- Fixed namespace issue on stream operators
- Fixed various warnings
- Added VC11 support
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jul 17, 2015
wiz Update to 2.0.2:
2.0.2
-----

* #22: Fix improper commas in request headers in wsgi_environ (https://bitbucket.org/ianb/paste/pull-request/22/fix-improper-commas-in-request-headers-in)
  Fixes issue #4 ("WSGI environ totally borked") (https://bitbucket.org/ianb/paste/issue/4/wsgi-environ-totally-borked)

* #24: test_wsgirequest_charset: Use UTF-8 instead of iso-8859-1 (https://bitbucket.org/ianb/paste/pull-request/24/test_wsgirequest_charset-use-utf-8-instead)
  Fixes issue #7 ("Python 3 test failure") (https://bitbucket.org/ianb/paste/issue/7/python-3-test-failure)

* #23: Replace cgi.parse_qsl w/ six.moves.urllib.parse.parse_qsl (https://bitbucket.org/ianb/paste/pull-request/23/replace-cgiparse_qsl-w)
  Fixes issue #8 ("cgi.parse_qsl is pending deprecation") (https://bitbucket.org/ianb/paste/issue/8/cgiparse_qsl-is-pending-deprecation)

* #20: Escape CGI environment variables in HTTP 404 responses (https://bitbucket.org/ianb/paste/pull-request/20/escape-cgi-environment-variables-in-http)

* #6: Add HTTP exception for new code 429 "Too Many Requests" (https://bitbucket.org/ianb/paste/pull-request/6/add-http-exception-for-new-code-429-too)

* #25: replace ``has_key`` method to ``in`` operator #9 (https://bitbucket.org/ianb/paste/pull-request/25/replace-has_key-method-to-in-operator-9)
  Fixes #9 ("used methods removed from py3") (https://bitbucket.org/ianb/paste/issue/9/used-methods-removed-from-py3)

* #5: Invalid error message when the socket is already in use (https://bitbucket.org/ianb/paste/issue/5/invalid-error-message-when-the-socket-is)

2.0.1
-----

* Fix setup.py for six dependency: move the six dependency from extras_require
  to install_requires.

* Port paste.proxy to Python 3.

* Fix paste.exceptions.serial_number_generator.hash_identifier() on Python 3.

* Fix paste.util.threadedprint.uninstall(). Rename duplicated uninstall()
  function to uninstall_stdin() and fix typo in variable name (_oldstin =>
  _oldstdin).

* Add README.rst file.

2.0
---

* Experimental Python 3 support.

* paste now requires the six module.

* Drop support of Python 2.5 and older.

* Fixed ``egg:Paste#cgi``

* In ``paste.httpserver``: give a 100 Continue response even when the
  server has been configured as an HTTP/1.0 server (clients may send
  ``Expect: 100-Continue`` before they know the version), and wrap
  100 Continue ``environ['wsgi.input']`` files with LimitedLengthFile
  just like normal request bodies are wrapped, keeping WSGI
  applications from over-reading from the socket.

* Fixed parsing of paths beginning with multiple forward slashes.

* Add tox.ini to run tests with tox on Python 2.6, 2.7 and 3.4.
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Aug 9, 2015
wen Update to 1.634
Upstream changes:
Changes in DBI 1.634 - 3rd August 2015

    Enabled strictures on all modules (Jose Luis Perez Diez) #22
        Note that this might cause new exceptions in existing code.
        Please take time for extra testing before deploying to production.
    Improved handling of row counts for compiled drivers and enable them to
        return larger row counts (IV type) by defining new *_iv macros.
    Fixed quote_identifier that was adding a trailing separator when there
        was only a catalog (Martin J. Evans)

    Removed redundant keys() call in fetchall_arrayref with hash slice (ilmari) #24
    Corrected pod xref to Placeholders section (Matthew D. Fuller)
    Corrected pod grammar (Nick Tonkin) #25

    Added support for tables('', '', '', '%') special case (Martin J. Evans)
    Added support for DBD prefixes with numbers (Jens Rehsack) #19
    Added extra initializer for DBI::DBD::SqlEngine based DBD's (Jens Rehsack)
    Added Memory Leaks section to the DBI docs (Tim)
    Added Artistic v1 & GPL v1 LICENSE file (Jose Luis Perez Diez) #21
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Sep 6, 2015
mef Update 1.366 to 1.367
---------------------
(below is compiled from CHANGES)
================================
2015-06-03 10:10:18 -0400 v1_367
================================
 -  Version bump for release.
 -  Merge pull request #22 from zhouzhen1/prchallenge
 -  Some trivial changes for the CPAN PR challenge.
 -  rt.cpan.org 96039. Avoid close() on a FIFO until the reader is done.

 -  Cygwin seems to block on close() if a FIFO contains data. This test
    deadlocks because it expects the ability to read from the FIFO
    asynchronously later.

 -  rt.cpan.org 100499. Fix SuccessEvent values for AF_INET6.
 -  Applied ketas' micro patches, and updated an example in the docs.
 -  rt.cpan.org 101227. Comment on an unused assertion.
 -  rt.cpan.org 103842. Skip YAML line ending test on contemporary YAML.
 -  a couple of pod typo fix
 -  add 'use strict' to POE/Queue.pm and POE/Resource.pm
 -  Merge pull request #20 from nanis/nanis-fix-for-nmake

 -  Hard coded Unix-style directory separator causes problems on Windows
    with nmake

 -  Enable bind for IN6ADDR_ANY
 -  Use File::Spec->catfile to compose certain paths

 -  Surrounding them with double quotes worked on Windows, but created
    problems on other systems.

 -  Quote paths to fix errors with nmake on Windows
 -  C:\...\POE-1.366> nmake test

 -  "C:\opt\perl-5.20.1\bin\perl.exe" mylib/gen-tests.perl lib/POE.pm
    Can't open perl script "mylib": Permission denied NMAKE : fatal error
    U1077: 'C:\opt\perl-5.20.1\bin\perl.exe' : return code '0xd' Stop.

 -  This happens because perl ends up seeing mylib and /gen-tests.perl as
    two separate thingies. It seemed to me that the most straightforward
    solution which I do not think should effect any other platforms is to
    quote the filename arguments. Hope this makes sense.

 -  Make loop discovery O(M+N) instead of O(M*N) stat() operations.
 -  fix typo ("Consier" => "Consider")
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Sep 18, 2015
taca Update pear-Net_SMTP to 1.7.1.
1.7.1
Release date: 2015-09-07 18:05 UTC
Changelog:

- Fix a syntax error in the quotedata() test.
- Fix an undefined value resulting from a bad merge. (#23)
- Add TLSv1.1 and TLSv1.2 support for STARTTLS connections. (#22)

1.7.0
Release date: 2015-09-06 19:20 UTC
Changelog:

- This version drops PHP 4 support in favor of more modern PHP language
  constructs.
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Dec 30, 2015
wiz Update Hack-ttf to 2.018:
Version 2.018 (release build)

ttf, otf, webfont builds

Patch for missing glyphs in regular set:

    added U+016C (upper case U breve), regular set - Issue #21
    added U+016D (lower case u breve), regular set - Issue #21

Version 2.017 (release build)

ttf, otf, webfont builds

Changes vs. release v2.015:

    increased vertical position of the tilde (U+007E) to improve alignment with other glyphs - Issue #23
    increased width of the vertical stroke on the dollar symbol (U+0024) - Issue #92
    modified Cyrillic upper case C (U+0421) to differentiate from Latin C - Issues #22 & #29
    modified Cyrillic lower case c (U+0441) to differentiate from Latin c - Issues #22 & #29
    modified upper case theta (U+0398) to differentiate from lower case theta - Issue #36
    added U+0132 (IJ) glyph - Issue #52
    added U+0133 (ij) glyph - Issue #52
    added U+013F (upper case L dot) glyph - Issue #52
    added U+0140 (lower case l dot) glyph - Issue #52
    added U+0162 (upper case T cedilla) glyph - Issue #52
    added U+0163 (lower case t cedilla) glyph - Issue #52
    added U+0138 (kgreenlandic) glyph - Issue #52
    added U+266A (musical note) glyph - Issue #52
    added U+0149 (lower case n apostrophe) - Issue #52
    added U+1EF9 (lower case y tilde) glyph - Issue #102
    added U+1EF8 (upper case Y tilde) glyph - Issue #102
    added U+1EBD (lower case e tilde) glyph - Issue #102
    added U+1EBC (upper case E tilde) glyph - Issue #102
    added U+2116 (numero) glyph - Issues #22 & #114
    added U+01A4 (p hook) glyph - Issue #105
    added U+0108 (upper case C circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+0109 (lower case c circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+011C (upper case G circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+011D (lower case g circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+0124 (upper case H circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+0125 (lower case h circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+0134 (upper case J circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+0135 (lower case j circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+015C (upper case S circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+015D (lower case s circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+016C (upper case U breve) - Issue #21
    added U+016D (lower case u breve) - Issue #21
    added U+20B7 (spesmilo) - Issue #21
    fixed missing null glyph (U+0000) in regular, italic, bolditalic sets
    removed duplicate CR glyph (U+000D) in all sets - Issue #149
    updated ttfautohint to version 1.4.1 for TrueType (.ttf) build instruction sets

Version 2.016 (testing build)

    increased vertical position of the tilde (U+007E) to improve alignment with other glyphs - Issue #23
    increased width of the vertical stroke on the dollar symbol (U+0024) - Issue #92
    modified Cyrillic upper case C (U+0421) to differentiate from Latin C - Issues #22 & #29
    modified Cyrillic lower case c (U+0441) to differentiate from Latin c - Issues #22 & #29
    modified upper case theta (U+0398) to differentiate from lower case theta - Issue #36
    added U+1EF9 (lower case y tilde) glyph - Issue #102
    added U+1EF8 (upper case Y tilde) glyph - Issue #102
    added U+1EBD (lower case e tilde) glyph - Issue #102
    added U+1EBC (upper case E tilde) glyph - Issue #102
    added U+2116 (numero) glyph - Issues #22 & #114
    added U+01A4 (p hook) glyph - Issue #105
    added U+0108 (upper case C circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+0109 (lower case c circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+011C (upper case G circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+011D (lower case g circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+0124 (upper case H circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+0125 (lower case h circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+0134 (upper case J circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+0135 (lower case j circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+015C (upper case S circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+015D (lower case s circumflex) - Issue #21
    added U+016C (upper case U breve) - Issue #21
    added U+016D (lower case u breve) - Issue #21
    added U+20B7 (spesmilo) - Issue #21
    updated ttfautohint to version 1.4 for TrueType (.ttf) build instruction sets
17d5f84
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Jan 17, 2016
ryoon Update poco to 1.6.1
* Disable debug library

Changelog:
Release 1.6.1 (2015-08-03)
==========================

- added project and solution files for Visual Studio 2015
- upgraded bundled SQLite to 3.8.11.1
- fixed GH #782: Poco::JSON::PrintHandler not working for nested arrays
- fixed GH #819: JSON Stringifier fails with preserve insert order
- fixed GH #878: UUID tryParse
- fixed GH #869: FIFOBuffer::read(T*, std::size_t) documentation inaccurate
- fixed GH #861: Var BadCastException
- fixed GH #779: BUG in 1.6.0 Zip code
- fixed GH #769: Poco::Var operator== throws exception
- fixed GH #766: Poco::JSON::PrintHandler not working for objects in array
- fixed GH #763: Unable to build static with NetSSL_OpenSSL for OS X
- fixed GH #750: BsonWriter::write<Binary::Ptr> missing size ?
- fixed GH #741: Timestamp anomaly in Poco::Logger on WindowsCE
- fixed GH #735: WEC2013 build fails due to missing Poco::Path methods.
- fixed GH #722: poco-1.6.0: Unicode Converter Test confuses string and char types
- fixed GH #719: StreamSocket::receiveBytes and FIFOBuffer issue in 1.6
- fixed GH #706: POCO1.6 Sample EchoServer BUG
- fixed GH #646: Prevent possible data race in access to Timer::_periodicInerval
- DeflatingStream: do not flush underlying stream on sync() as these can cause
  corrupted files in Zip archives


Release 1.6.0 (2014-12-22)
==========================

- fixed GH #625: MongoDB ensureIndex double insert?
- fixed GH #622: Crypto: RSATest::testSign() should verify with public key only
- fixed GH #620: Data documentation sample code outdated
- fixed GH #618: OS X 10.10 defines PAGE_SIZE macro, conflicts with PAGE_SIZE in Thread_POSIX.cpp
- fixed GH #616: Visual Studio warning C4244
- fixed GH #612: OpenSSLInitializer calls OPENSSL_config but not CONF_modules_free
- fixed GH #608: (Parallel)SocketAcceptor ctor/dtor call virtual functions
- fixed GH #607: Idle Reactor high CPU usage
- fixed GH #606: HTMLForm constructor read application/x-www-form-urlencoded UTF-8 request
  body first parameter with BOM in name
- fixed GH #596: For OpenSSL 1.0.1, include openssl/crypto.h not openssl/fips.h
- fixed GH #592: Incorrect format string in Poco::Dynamic::Struct
- fixed GH #590: Poco::Data::SQlite doesn't support URI filenames
- fixed GH #564: URI::encode
- fixed GH #560: DateTime class calculates a wrong day
- fixed GH #549: Memory allocation is not safe between fork() and execve()
- fixed GH #500: SSLManager causes a crash
- fixed GH #490: 2 byte frame with payload length of 0 throws "Incomplete Frame Received" exception
- fixed GH #483: multiple cases for sqlite_busy
- fixed GH #482: Poco::JSON::Stringifier::stringify bad behaviour
- fixed GH #478: HTTPCredentials not according to HTTP spec
- fixed GH #471: vs2010 release builds have optimization disabled ?
- fixed GH #468: HTTPClientSession/HTTPResponse not forwarding exceptions
- fixed GH #438: Poco::File::setLastModified() doesn't work
- fixed GH #402: StreamSocket::receiveBytes(FIFOBuffer&) and sendBytes(FIFOBuffer&) are
  not thread safe
- fixed GH #345: Linker warning LNK4221 in Foundation for SignalHandler.obj, String.obj
  and ByteOrder.obj
- fixed GH #331: Poco::Zip does not support files with ".." in the name.
- fixed GH #318: Logger local time doesn't automatically account for DST
- fixed GH #294: Poco::Net::TCPServerParams::setMaxThreads(int count) will not accept count == 0.
- fixed GH #215: develop WinCE build broken
- fixed GH #63: Net::NameValueCollection::size() returns int
- Poco::Logger: formatting methods now support up to 10 arguments.
- added Poco::Timestamp::raw()
- Poco::DeflatingOutputStream and Poco::InflatingOutputStreams also flush underlying stream
  on flush()/sync().
- Poco::Util::Timer: prevent re-schedule of cancelled TimerTask
- enabled WinRegistryKey and WinRegistryConfiguration for WinCE
- Poco::BasicEvent improvements and preparations for future support of lambdas/std::function
- upgraded bundled sqlite to 3.8.7.2
- Poco::Thread: added support for starting functors/lambdas
- Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession: added support for global proxy configuration
- added support for OAuth 1.0/2.0 via Poco::Net::OAuth10Credentials and
  Poco::Net::OAuth20Credentials classes.
- Poco::Net::IPAddress: fixed IPv6 prefix handling issue on Windows
- added Poco::Timestamp::TIMEVAL_MIN and Poco::Timestamp::TIMEVAL_MAX
- added Poco::Clock::CLOCKVAL_MIN and Poco::Clock::CLOCKVAL_MAX
- added poco_assert_msg() and poco_assert_msg_dbg() macros
- Poco::Net::Context: fixed a memory leak if the CA file was not found while creating the
  Context object (the underlying OpenSSL context would leak)
- Poco::URI: added new constructor to create URI from Path
- Various documentation and style fixes
- Removed support (project/solution files) for Visual Studio.NET 2003 and Visual Studio 2005.
- Improved CMake support


Release 1.5.4 (2014-10-14)
==========================

- fixed GH #326: compile Net lib 1.5.2 without UTF8 support enabled
- fixed GH #518: NetworkInterface.cpp compile error w/ POCO_NO_WSTRING (1.5.3)
- Fixed MSVC 2010 warnings on large alignment
- make HTTPAuthenticationParams::parse() add value on end of string
- fixed GH #482: Poco::JSON::Stringifier::stringify bad behaviour
- fixed GH #508: Can't compile for arm64 architecture
- fixed GH #510: Incorrect RSAKey construction from istream
- fix SharedMemory for WinCE/WEC2013
- Add NIOS2 double conversion detection, fixes compile errors
- added VS2013 project/solution files for Windows Embedded Compact 2013
- added Process::isRunning()
- NetSSL: Fix typo in documentation
- NetSSL_OpenSSL: support for TLS 1.1 and 1.2
- Zip: Added CM_AUTO, which automatically selects CM_STORE or CM_DEFLATE based
  on file extension. Used to avoid double-compression of already compressed file
  formats such as images.
- added %L modifier to PatternFormatter to switch to local time
- removed unnecessary explicit in some multi-arg constructors
- Allow SecureStreamSocket::attach() to be used in server connections
- added Var::isBoolean() and fixed JSON stringifier
- added poco_unexpected() macro invoking Bugcheck::unexpected() to deal
  with unexpected exceptions in destructors
- fixed GH #538 prevent destructors from throwing exceptions
- improved HTTP server handling of errors while reading header
- fixed GH #545: use short for sign
- upgraded SQLite to 3.8.6
- fixed GH #550 WebSocket fragmented message problem
- improved HTTPClientSession handling of network errors while sending the request
- updated bundled PCRE to 8.35.0
- fixed GH #552: FIFOBuffer drain() problem
- fixed GH #402: StreamSocket::receiveBytes(FIFOBuffer&) and sendBytes(FIFOBuffer&) are
  not thread safe
- HTTPCookie: fix documentation for max age
- added Timestamp::raw() and Clock::raw()
- Poco::Buffer properly handles zero-sized buffers
- GH #512: Poco:Data:ODBC:Binder.h causes a crash
- Added Crypto_Win and NetSSL_Win libraries which are re-implementations of existing
  Crypto and NetSSL_OpenSSL libraries based on WinCrypt/Schannel. The new libraries
  can be used as an almost drop-in replacement for the OpenSSL based libraries on
  Windows and Windows Embedded Compact platforms. Only available from GitHub for now.


Release 1.5.3 (2014-06-30)
==========================

- fixed GH# 316: Poco::DateTimeFormatter::append() gives wrong result for
  Poco::LocalDateTime
- Poco::Data::MySQL: added SQLite thread cleanup handler
- Poco::Net::X509Certificate: improved and fixed domain name verification for
  wildcard domains
- added Poco::Clock class, which uses a system-provided monotonic clock
  (if available) and is thus not affected by system realtime clock changes.
  Monotonic Clock is available on Windows, Linux, OS X and on POSIX platforms
  supporting clock_gettime() and CLOCK_MONOTONIC.
- Poco::Timer, Poco::Stopwatch, Poco::TimedNotificationQueue and Poco::Util::Timer
  have been changed to use Poco::Clock instead of Poco::Timestamp and are now
  unaffected by system realtime clock changes.
- fixed GH# 350: Memory leak in Data/ODBC with BLOB
- Correctly set MySQL time_type for Poco::Data::Date.
- fixed GH #352: Removed redundant #includes and fixed spelling mistakes.
- fixed setting of MYSQL_BIND is_unsigned value.
- fixed GH #360: CMakeLists foundation: add Clock.cpp in the list of source files
- Add extern "C" around <net/if.h> on HPUX platform.
- added runtests.sh
- fixed CPPUNIT_IGNORE parsing
- fixed Glob from start path, for platforms not alowing transverse from root (Android)
- added NTPClient (Rangel Reale)
- added PowerShell build script
- added SmartOS build support
- fix warnings in headers
- XMLWriter: removed unnecessary apostrophe escaping (&apos)
- MongoDB: use Int32 for messageLength
- fixed GH #380: SecureSocket+DialogSocket crashes with SIGSEGV when timeout occours
- Improve RSADigestEngine, using Poco::Crypto::DigestEngine to calculate hash before signing
- added Poco::PBKDF2Engine
- Fixed GH #380: SecureSocket+DialogSocket crashes with SIGSEGV when timeout occours
- added support for a 'Priority' attribute on cookies.
- GH #386: fixed bug in MailMessage without content-transfer-encoding header
- GH #384: ew hash algorithms support for RSADigestEngine
- fixed Clock overflow bug on Windows
- Poco::ByteOrder now uses intrinsics, if available
- CMake: added /bigobj option for msvc
- Fix typo to restore Net/TestSuite_x64_vs120 build
- correct path for CONFIGURE_FILE in CMakeLists.txt
- Building Poco 1.5.2 for Synology RS812+ (Intel Atom) (honor POCO_NO_INOTIFY)
- added WEC2013 support to buildwin.cmd and buildwin.ps1
- HTMLForm: in URL encoding, percent-encode more characters
- Fixed #include <linux/if.h> conflict with other libraries
- Poco::Net::X509Certificate::verify() no longer uses DNS reverse lookups to validate host names
- cert hostname validation is case insensitive and stricter for wildcard certificates
- TCPServer: do not reduce the capacity of the default ThreadPool
- added POCO_LOG_DEBUG flag
- Zip: fixed a crash caused by an I/O error
- added runtest script for windows
- added SQlite Full Text Search support
- added Thread::trySleep() and Thread::wakeUp()
- fixed GH #410: Bug in JSON::Object.stringify() in 1.5.2
- fixed GH #362: Defect in Var::parseString when there is no space between value and newline
- fixed GH #314: JSON parsing bug
- added GH #313: MetaColumn additions for Data::ODBC and Data::SQLite
- fixed GH #346: Make Poco::Data::Date and Poco::Data::Time compare functions const.
- fixed GH #341: Compiling poco-1.5.2 for Cygwin
- fixed GH #305: There are bugs in Buffer.h
- fixed GH #321: trivial build fixes (BB QNX build)
- fixed GH #440: MongoDB ObjectId string formatting
- added SevenZip library (Guenter Obiltschnig)
- fixed GH #442: Use correct prefix length field of Windows IP_ADAPTER_PREFIX structure
- improved GH #328: NetworkInterface on Windows XP
- fixed GH #154 Add support for MYSQL_TYPE_NEWDECIMAL to Poco::Data::MySQL
- fixed GH #290: Unicode support
- fixed GH #318: Logger local time doesn't automatically account for DST
- fixed GH #363: DateTimeParser tryParse/parse
- added HTMLForm Content-Length calculation (Rangel Reale)
- Make TemporaryFile append a slash to tempDir
- fixed GH #319 android build with cmake
- added hasDelegates() method to AbstractEvent
- fixed GH #230: Poco::Timer problem
- fixed GH #317: Poco::Zip does not support newer Zip file versions.
- fixed GH #176: Poco::JSON::Stringifier UTF encoding
- fixed GH #458: Broadcast address and subnet mask for IEEE802.11 network interface
- fixed GH #456: poco: library install dirs per RUNTIME/LIBRARY/ARCHIVE


Release 1.5.2 (2013-09-16)
==========================

- added MongoDB library
- fixed GH #57: poco-1.5.1: Doesn't compile for Android
- added VoidEvent (Arturo Castro)
- fixed GH #80: NumberFormatter::append broken
- fixed GH #93: ParallelSocketAcceptor virtual functions
- optional small object optimization for IPAddress, SocketAddress, Any and Dynamic::Var
- SQLite events (insert, update, delete, commit, rollback) handlers
- merged GH #91: Improve SQLite multi-threaded use (Rangel Reale)
- merged GH #86: Invalid pointers to vector internals (Adrian Imboden)
- automatic library initialization macros
- fixed GH #110: WebSocket accept() fails when Connection header contains multiple tokens
- fixed GH #71: WebSocket and broken Timeouts (POCO_BROKEN_TIMEOUTS)
- fixed a warning in Poco/Crypto/OpenSSLInitializer.h
- fixed GH #109: Bug in Poco::Net::SMTPClientSession::loginUsingPlain
- added clang libc++ build configurations for Darwin and iPhone (Andrea Bigagli)
- fixed GH #116: Wrong timezone parsing in DateTimeParse (Matej Knopp)
- fixed GH #118: JSON::Object::stringify endless loop
- added Recursive and SortedDirectoryIterator (Marian Krivos)
- added ListMap (map-like container with preserving insertion order)
- MailMessage: attachments saving support and consistent read/write
- fixed GH #124: Possible buffer overrun in Foundation/EventLogChannel
- fixed GH #119: JSON::Object holds values in ordered map
- added JSON::PrintHandler
- renamed JSON::DefaultHandler to ParseHandler (breaking change!)
- fixed GH #127: Eliminate -Wshadow warnings
- fixed GH #79: Poco::Thread leak on Linux
- fixed GH #61: static_md build configs for Crypto and NetSSL
- fixed GH #130: prefer sysconf over sysctlbyname
- fixed GH #131: no timezone global var on OpenBSD
- fixed GH #102: Some subprojects don't have x64 solutions for VS 2010
- added GH #75: Poco::Uri addQueryParameter method
- Poco::Environment::osDisplayName() now recognizes Windows 8/Server 2012
- fixed GH #140: Poco::Runnable threading cleanup issue
- simplified default TCP/HTTPServer construction
- fixed GH #141: Application::run() documentation/implementation discrepancy
- changed RowFormatter to SharedPtr<RowFormatter> in Data::RecordSet interface (breaking change!)
- fixed GH #144: Poco::Dynamic emits invalid JSON
- removed naked pointers from Data interfaces
- fixed GH #82: name conflict in Data::Keywords::bind
- fixed GH #157: MySQL: cannot bind to 'long' data type on Windows/Visual C++
- fixed GH #158: MySQL: MYSQL_BIND 'is_unsigned' member is not set
- fixed GH #160: MultipartReader ignores first part, if preamble is missing
- fixed GH #156: Possible buffer overrun in Foundation/EventLogChannel
- XML: fixed an issue with parsing a memory buffer > 2 GB
- upgraded to expat 2.1.0
- Data/ODBC: added support for setting query timeout (via setProperty
  of "queryTimeout"). Timeout is int, given in seconds.
- fixed a potential endless loop in SecureStreamSocketImpl::sendBytes()
  and also removed unnecessary code.
- fixed GH #159: Crash in openssl CRYPTO_thread_id() after library libPocoCrypto.so
  has been unloaded.
- fixed GH #155: MailOutputStream mangles consecutive newline sequences
- fixed GH #139: FileChannel::PROP_FLUSH is invalid (contains a tab character)
- fixed GH #173: HTTPClientSession::proxyConnect forces DNS lookup of host names
- fixed GH #194: MessageNotification constructor is inefficient.
- fixed GH #189: Poco::NumberParser::tryParse() documentation bug
- fixed GH #172: IPv6 Host field is stripped of Brackets in HTTPClientSession
- fixed GH #188: Net: SocketAddress operator < unusable for std::map key
- fixed GH #128: DOMWriter incorrectly adds SYSTEM keyword to DTD if PUBLIC is
  already specified
- fixed GH #65: Poco::format() misorders sign and padding specifiers
- upgraded bundled SQLite to 3.7.17
- replaced JSON parser with Poco::Web::JSON parser (from sandbox)
- added JSON conversion to Dynamic Struct and Array
- added VarIterator
- modified behavior of empty Var (empty == empty)
- added Alignment.h header for C++03 alignment needs
- added Data/WebNotifier (DB, WebSocket) example
- fixed GH #209: Poco::NumberFormatter double length
- fixed GH #204: Upgrade zlib to 1.2.8
- fixed GH #198: The "application.configDir" property is not always created.
- fixed GH #185: Poco::NumberFormatter::format(double value, int precision)
  ignore precision == 0
- fixed GH #138: FreeBSD JSON tests fail
- fixed GH #99: JSON::Query an JSON::Object
- limited allowed types for JSON::Query to Object, Array, Object::Ptr,
  Array::Ptr and empty
- fixed GH #175: HTMLForm does not read URL parameters on POST or PUT
- added GH #187: MySQL: allow access to the underlying connection handle
- added GH #186: MySQL: support for MYSQL_SECURE_AUTH
- fixed GH #174: MySQL: 4GB allocated when reading any largetext or largeblob field
- fixed a potential memory leak in Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession if it is misused
  (e.g., sendRequest() is sent two times in a row without an intermediate call to
  receiveResponse(), or by calling receiveResponse() two times in a row without
  an intermediate call to sendRequest()) - GH #217
- removed a few unnecessary protected accessor methods from Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession
  that would provide inappropriate access to internal state
- merged GH #210: Don't call CloseHandle() twice on Windows; Ability to select the
  threadpool that will be used to start an Activity(Patrice Tarabbia)
- fixed GH #212: JSONConfiguration was missing from the vs90 project(Patrice Tarabbia)
- fixed GH #220: add qualifiers for FPEnvironment in C99 (Lucas Clemente)
- fixed GH #222: HTTPCookie doesn't support expiry times in the past (Karl Reid)
- fixed GH #224: building 1.5.1 on Windows for x64
- fixed GH# 233: ServerSocket::bind6(Poco::UInt16 port, bool reuseAddress, bool ipV6Only) does not work
- fixed GH# 231: Compatibility issue with Poco::Net::NetworkInterface
- fixed GH# 236: Bug in RecursiveDirectoryIterator
- added ColorConsoleChannel and WindowsColorConsoleChannel classes supporting
  colorizing log messages
- fixed GH# 259: Poco::EventLogChannel fails to find 64bit Poco Foundation dll
- fixed GH# 254: UTF8::icompare unexpected behavior
- Poco::UUID::tryParse() also accepts UUIDs without hyphens. Also updated documentation
  (links to specifications).
- added GH# 268: Method to get JSON object value using Poco::Nullable
- fixed GH# 267: JSON 'find' not returning empty result if object is expected but another value is found
- Added support for ARM64 architecture and iPhone 5s 64-bit builds
  (POCO_TARGET_OSARCH=arm64).


Release 1.5.1 (2013-01-11)
==========================

- using double-conversion library for floating-point numeric/string conversions
- added Poco::istring (case-insensitive string) and Poco::isubstr
- added SQLite sys.dual (in-memory system table)
- applied SF Patch #120: The ExpireLRUCache does not compile with a tuple as key on Visual Studio 2010
- fixed SF Bug #599: JSON::Array and JSON::Object size() member can implicitly lose precision
- fixed SF Bug #602: iterating database table rows not correct if no data in table
- fixed SF Bug #603: count() is missing in HashMap
- fixed GH #23: JSON::Object::stringify throw BadCastException
- fixed GH #16: NetworkInterface::firstAddress() should not throw on unconfigured interfaces
- Android compile/build support (by Rangel Reale)
- TypeHandler::prepare() now takes const-reference
- fixed GH #27: Poco::URI::decode() doesn't properly handle '+'
- fixed GH #31: JSON implementation bug
- fixed SF #597: Configure script ignores cflags
- fixed SF #593: Poco 1.5.0 on FreeBSD: cannot find -ldl
- added SF #542: SocketAddress() needs port-only constructor
- fixed SF #215: Wrong return type in SocketConnector.h
- applied SF Patch #97: fix c++0x / clang++ bugs
- fixed GH32/SF596: Poco::JSON: Parsing long integer (int64) value fails.
- added Net ifconfig sample (contributed by Philip Prindeville)
- merged GH #34: add algorithm header (Roger Meier/Philip Prindeville)
- fixed GH #26: Cannot compile on gcc
- merged SF #111: FTP Client logging (Marian Krivos)
- fixed GH #30: Poco::Path::home() throws when called from Windows Service
- fixed GH #22: MySQL connection string lowercased
- added MySQL support for Date/Time
- upgraded SQLite to version 3.7.15.1 (2012-12-19)
- improved SQLite execute() return (affected rows) value and added tests
- added SQLite::Utility::isThreadSafe() function
- added SQLite::Utility::setThreadMode(int mode) function
- fixed GH #36: 'distclean' requires 3 traversals of project tree
- fixed GH #41: Buffer::resize crash
- fixed GH #42: Linux unbundled builds don't link
- fixed GH #44: Problems with win x64 build
- fixed GH #46: 1.5.1 build fails on OS X when using libc++
- fixed GH #48: Need getArgs() accessor to Util::Application to retrieve start-up arguments
- fixed GH #49: NetworkInterface::list doesn't return MAC addresses
- fixed GH #51: Android should use isfinite, isinf, isnan and signbit from the std namespace
- fixed GH #53: JSON unicode fixes and running tests on invalid unicode JSON
- added ParallelAcceptor and ParallelReactor classes
- added EOF and error to FIFOBuffer


Release 1.5.0 (2012-10-14)
==========================

- added JSON library
- added Util::JSONConfiguration
- added FIFOBuffer and FIFOBufferStream
- fixed SF# 3522906: Unregistering handlers from SocketReactor
- fixed SF# 3522084: AbstractConfiguration does not support 64-bit integers
- HTTPServer::stopAll(): close the socket instead of just shutting it down, as the latter won't wake up a select() on Windows
- added SMTPLogger
- added cmake support
- fixed SF#3538778: NetworkInterface enumeration uses deprecated API
- fixed SF#3538779: IPAddress lacks useful constructors: from prefix mask, native SOCKADDR
- fixed SF#3538780: SocketAddress needs operator < function
- fixed SF#3538775: Issues building on Fedora/Centos, etc. for AMD64
- fixed SF#3538786: Use size_t for describing data-blocks in DigestEngine
- added IPAddress bitwise operators (&,|,^,~)
- added IPAddress BinaryReader/Writer << and >> operators
- modified IPAddress to force IPv6 to lowercase (RFC 5952)
- fixed SF#3538785: SMTPClientSession::sendMessage() should take recipient list
- added IPAddress::prefixLength()
- UTF portability improvements
- fixed SF#3556186: Linux shouldn't use <net/if.h> in Net/SocketDefs.h
- added IPAddress RFC 4291 compatible site-local prefix support
- fixed SF#3012166: IPv6 patch
- added SF#3558085: Add formatter to MACAddress object
- fixed SF#3552774: Don't hide default target in subordinate makefile
- fixed SF#3534307: Building IPv6 for Linux by default
- fixed SF#3516844: poco missing symbols with external >=lipcre-8.13
- added SF#3544720: AbstractConfigurator to support 64bit values
- fixed SF#3522081: WinRegistryConfiguration unable to read REG_QWORD values
- fixed SF#3563626: For Win32 set Up/Running flags on NetworkInterface
- fixed SF#3560807: Deprecate setPeerAddress() as this is now done in getifaddrs
- fixed SF#3560776: Fix byte-ordering issues with INADDR_* literals
- fixed SF#3563627: Set IP address on multicast socket from socket family
- fixed SF#3563999: Size BinaryWriter based on buffer's capacity(), not size()
- fixed SF#102 Fix building Poco on Debian GNU/kFreeBSD
- fixed SF#321 Binding DatTime or Timestamp
- fixed SF#307 Detect the SQL driver type at run time
- added VS 2012 Projects/Solutions
- enhanced and accelerated numeric parsing for integers and floats
- fixed SF#590 Segfault on FreeBSD when stack size not rounded
- added warn function and warnmsg macro in CppUnit
- fixed SF# 3558012 Compilation fails when building with -ansi or -std=c++0x
- fixed SF# 3563517 Get rid of loss-of-precision warnings on x64 MacOS
- fixed SF#3562244: Portability fix for AF_LINK
- fixed SF #3562400: DatagramSocketImpl comment is incorrect


Release 1.4.7p1 (2014-11-25)
============================

- Fixed Visual C++ 2010-2013 project files. Release builds now have optimization enabled.
- Poco::URI: added constructor to create URI from Path.
- fixed GH #618: OS X 10.10 defines PAGE_SIZE macro, conflicts with PAGE_SIZE in Thread_POSIX.cpp
- Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession: added support for global proxy configuration
- fixed GH #331: Poco::Zip does not support files with .. in the name.
- fixed a memory leak in Poco::Net::Context constructor when it fails to load the certificate
  or private key files.
- upgraded bundled SQLite to 3.8.7.2
- fixed GH #229: added missing value() function
- fixed GH #69: MySQL empty text/blob


Release 1.4.7 (2014-10-06)
==========================

- fixed GH #398: PropertyFileConfiguration: input != output
- fixed GH #368: Build failure of Poco 1.4.6p2 on FreeBSD 9.2
- fixed GH #318: Logger local time doesn't automatically account for DST
- fixed GH #317: Poco::Zip does not support newer Zip file versions.
- fixed GH #454: Fix: handle unhandled exceptions
- fixed GH #463: XML does not compile with XML_UNICODE_WCHAR_T
- fixed GH #282: Using Thread in a global can cause crash on Windows
- fixed GH #424: Poco::Timer deadlock
- fixed GH #465: Fix result enum type XML_Error -> XML_Status
- fixed GH #510: Incorrect RSAKey construction from istream
- fixed GH #332: POCO::ConsoleChannnel::initColors() assigns no color to
  PRIO_TRACE and wrong color to PRIO_FATAL
- fixed GH #550: WebSocket fragmented message problem
- Poco::Data::MySQL: added SQLite thread cleanup handler
- Poco::Net::X509Certificate: improved and fixed domain name verification for
  wildcard domains
- fixed a crash in Foundation testsuite with Visual C++ 2012
- improved and fixed domain name verification for wildcard domains in
  Poco::Net::X509Certificate
- updated TwitterClient sample to use new 1.1 API and OAuth
- added Poco::Clock class, which uses a system-provided monotonic clock
  (if available) and is thus not affected by system realtime clock changes.
  Monotonic Clock is available on Windows, Linux, OS X and on POSIX platforms
  supporting clock_gettime() and CLOCK_MONOTONIC.
- Poco::Timer, Poco::Stopwatch, Poco::TimedNotificationQueue and Poco::Util::Timer
  have been changed to use Poco::Clock instead of Poco::Timestamp and are now
  unaffected by system realtime clock changes.
- added Poco::PBKDF2Engine class template
- Poco::Net::HTTPCookie: added support for Priority attribute (backport from develop)
- fixed makedepend.* scripts to work in paths containing '.o*'
  (contributed by Per-Erik Bjorkstad, Hakan Bengtsen)
- Upgraded bundled SQLite to 3.8.6
- Support for Windows Embedded Compact 2013 (Visual Studio 2012)
- Project and solution files for Visual Studio 2013
- Changes for C++11 compatibility.
- fixed an issue with receiving empty web socket frames (such as ping)
- improved error handling in secure socket classes
- Poco::ByteOrder now uses intrinsics if available
- added new text encoding classes: Latin2Encoding, Windows1250Encoding, Windows1251Encoding
- Zip: Added CM_AUTO, which automatically selects CM_STORE or CM_DEFLATE based on file extension.
  Used to avoid double-compression of already compressed file formats such as images.


Release 1.4.6p4 (2014-04-18)
============================

- no longer use reverse DNS lookups for cert hostname validation
- cert hostname validation is case insensitive and more strict
- HTMLForm: in URL encoding, percent-encode more special characters
- fixed thread priority issues on POSIX platforms with non-standard scheduling policy
- XMLWriter no longer escapes apostrophe character
- fixed GH #316: Poco::DateTimeFormatter::append() gives wrong result for Poco::LocalDateTime
- fixed GH #305 (memcpy in Poco::Buffer uses wrong size if type != char)
- Zip: fixed a crash caused by an I/O error (e.g., full disk) while creating a Zip archive


Release 1.4.6p3 (2014-04-02)
============================

- Fixed a potential security vulnerability in client-side X509
  certificate verification.


Release 1.4.6p2 (2013-09-16)
============================

- fixed GH #156: Possible buffer overrun in Foundation/EventLogChannel
- XML: fixed an issue with parsing a memory buffer > 2 GB
- upgraded to expat 2.1.0
- Data/ODBC: added support for setting query timeout (via setProperty
  of "queryTimeout"). Timeout is int, given in seconds.
- fixed a potential endless loop in SecureStreamSocketImpl::sendBytes()
  and also removed unnecessary code.
- fixed GH #159: Crash in openssl CRYPTO_thread_id() after library libPocoCrypto.so
  has been unloaded.
- fixed GH #155: MailOutputStream mangles consecutive newline sequences
- fixed GH# 139: FileChannel::PROP_FLUSH is invalid (contains a tab character)
- fixed GH# 173: HTTPClientSession::proxyConnect forces DNS lookup of host names
- fixed GH# 194: MessageNotification constructor is inefficient.
- fixed GH# 189: Poco::NumberParser::tryParse() documentation bug
- fixed GH# 172: IPv6 Host field is stripped of Brackets in HTTPClientSession
- fixed GH# 188: Net: SocketAddress operator < unusable for std::map key
- fixed GH# 128: DOMWriter incorrectly adds SYSTEM keyword to DTD if PUBLIC is
  already specified
- fixed GH# 65: Poco::format() misorders sign and padding specifiers
- upgraded bundled SQLite to 3.7.17
- upgraded bundled zlib to 1.2.8
- fixed a potential memory leak in Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession if it is misused
  (e.g., sendRequest() is sent two times in a row without an intermediate call to
  receiveResponse(), or by calling receiveResponse() two times in a row without
  an intermediate call to sendRequest()) - GH #217
- removed a few unnecessary protected accessor methods from Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession
  that would provide inappropriate access to internal state
- fixed GH# 223 (Poco::Net::HTTPCookie does not support expiry times in the past)
- fixed GH# 233: ServerSocket::bind6(Poco::UInt16 port, bool reuseAddress, bool ipV6Only)
  does not work
- added ColorConsoleChannel and WindowsColorConsoleChannel classes supporting
  colorizing log messages
- fixed GH# 259: Poco::EventLogChannel fails to find 64bit Poco Foundation dll
- fixed GH# 254: UTF8::icompare unexpected behavior
- Poco::UUID::tryParse() also accepts UUIDs without hyphens. Also updated documentation
  (links to specifications).
- Added support for ARM64 architecture and iPhone 5s 64-bit builds
  (POCO_TARGET_OSARCH=arm64).


Release 1.4.6p1 (2013-03-06)
============================

- fixed GH# 71: WebSocket and broken Timeouts (POCO_BROKEN_TIMEOUTS)
- fixed an ambiguity error with VC++ 2010 in Data/MySQL testsuite
- Poco::Net::NetworkInterface now provides the interface index even for IPv4
- added DNS::reload() as a wrapper for res_init().
- On Linux, Poco::Environment::nodeId() first always tries to obtain the
  MAC address of eth0, before looking for other interfaces.
- Poco::Net::HTTPSession now always resets the buffer in connect() to clear
  any leftover data from a (failed) previous session
- fixed copysign namespace issue in FPEnvironment_DUMMY.h
- fixed a warning in Poco/Crypto/OpenSSLInitializer.h
- added a build configuration for BeagleBoard/Angstrom
- fixed GH# 109: Bug in Poco::Net::SMTPClientSession::loginUsingPlain)
- fixed compile errors with clang -std=c++11
- fixed GH# 116: Wrong timezone parsing in DateTimeParse (fix by Matej Knopp)
- updated bundled SQLite to 3.7.15.2


Release 1.4.6 (2013-01-10)
==========================

- changed FPEnvironment_DUMMY.h to include <cmath> instead of <math.h>
- updated bundled SQLite to 3.7.15.1
- fixed GH# 30: Poco::Path::home() throws
- fixed SF Patch# 120 The ExpireLRUCache does not compile with a tuple as key on VS2010
- fixed SF# 603 count() is missing in HashMap
- Crypto and NetSSL_OpenSSL project files now use OpenSSL *MD.lib library files for
  static_md builds. Previously, the DLL import libs were used.
- Poco::Environment::osDisplayName() now recognizes Windows 8/Server 2012


Release 1.4.5 (2012-11-19)
==========================

- added Visual Studio 2012 project files
- buildwin.cmd now support building with msbuild for VS2010 and 2012.
- added Poco::Optional class
- fixed SF# 3558012 Compilation fails when building with -ansi or -std=c++0x
- fixed SF# 3563517 Get rid of loss-of-precision warnings on x64 MacOS
- fixed SF# 3562244: Portability fix for AF_LINK
- fixed SF# 3562400: DatagramSocketImpl comment
- fixed SF# 594: Websocket fails with small masked payloads
- fixed SF# 588: Missing POCO_ARCH and POCO_ARCH_LITTLE_ENDIAN define for WinCE on SH4
- fixed SF# 581: Out-of-bound array access in Unicode::properties() function.
- fixed SF# 590: Segfault on FreeBSD when stack size not rounded
- fixed SF# 586: Poco::DateTimeParser and ISO8601 issues when seconds fraction has more than 6 digits
- Poco::Net::HTTPSSessionInstantiator::registerInstantiator() now optionally accepts a
  Poco::Net::Context object.
- added Poco::XML::XMLWriter::depth() member function.
- added Poco::XML::XMLWriter::uniquePrefix() and Poco::XML::XMLWriter::isNamespaceMapped().
- Poco::FileChannel now supports a new rotateOnOpen property (true/false) which can be used
  to force rotation of the log file when it's opened.
- fixed a bug in Poco::XML::XMLWriter::emptyElement(): need to pop namespace context
- OS X builds now use Clang as default compiler
- Updated SQLite to 3.7.14.1
- POCO_SERVER_MAIN macro now has a try ... catch block for Poco::Exception and writes
  the displayText to stderr.
- Poco/Platform.h now defines POCO_LOCAL_STATIC_INIT_IS_THREADSAFE macro if the compiler
  generates thread-safe static local initialization code.


Release 1.4.4 (2012-09-03)
==========================

- ZipStream now builds correctly in unbundled build.
- added proxy digest authentication support to Net library
- integrated MySQL BLOB fixes from Franky Braem.
- use standard OpenSSL import libraries (libeay32.lib, ssleay32.lib) for Crypto and
  NetSSL_OpenSSL Visual Studio project files.
- fixed a potential buffer corruption issue in Poco::Net::SecureStreamSocket if lazy
  handshake is enabled and the first attempt to complete the handshake fails
- Poco::DateTimeParser::tryParse() without format specifier now correctly parses ISO8601
  date/times with fractional seconds.
- Poco::Process::launch() now has additional overloads allowing to specify an initial
  directory and/or environment.
- Poco::Net::FTPClientSession: timeout was not applied to data connection, only to
  control connection.
- Fixed potential IPv6 issue with socket constructors if IPv6 SocketAddress is given
  (contributed by ??????? ????????? <milovidov@yandex-team.ru>).
- Added an additional (optional) parameter to Poco::Thread::setOSPriority() allowing to
  specify a scheduling policy. Currently this is only used on POSIX platforms and allows
  specifying SCHED_OTHER (default), SCHED_FIFO or SCHED_RR, as well as other
  platform-specific policy values.
- Added Poco::Crypto::DigestEngine class providing a Poco::DigestEngine interface to
  the digest algorithms provided by OpenSSL.
- Fixed some potential compiler warnings in Crypto library
- In some cases, when an SSL exception was unexpectedly closed, a generic Poco::IOException
  was thrown. This was fixed to throw a SSLConnectionUnexpectedlyClosedException instead.
- Added Poco::ObjectPool class template.
- Poco::Net::HTTPServer has a new stopAll() method allowing stopping/aborting of all
  currently active client connections.
- The HTTP server framework now actively prevents sending a message body in the
  response to a HEAD request, or in case of a 204 No Content or 304 Not Modified
  response status.
- fixed a DOM parser performance bug (patch by Peter Klotz)
- fixed SF# 3559325: Util Windows broken in non-Unicode
- updated iOS build configuration to use xcode-select for finding toolchain
- Poco::Net::SecureSocketImpl::shutdown() now also shuts down the underlying socket.
- fixed SF# 3552597: Crypto  des-ecb error
- fixed SF# 3550553: SecureSocketImpl::connect hangs
- fixed SF# 3543047: Poco::Timer bug for long startInterval/periodic interval
- fixed SF# 3539695: Thread attributes should be destroyed using the pthread_attr_destroy()
- fixed SF# 3532311: Not able to set socket option on ServerSocket before bind
  Added Poco::Net::Socket::init(int af) which can be used to explicitely
  initialize the underlying socket before calling bind(), connect(), etc.
- fixed SF# 3521347: Typo in UnWindows.h undef
- fixed SF# 3519474: WinRegistryConfiguration bug
  Also added tests and fixed another potential issue with an empty root path passed to the constructor.
- fixed SF# 3516827: wrong return value of WinRegistryKey::exists()
- fixed SF# 3515284: RSA publickey format(X.509 SubjectPublicKeyInfo)
- fixed SF# 3503267: VxWorks OS prio is not set in standard constructor
- fixed SF# 3500438: HTTPResponse failure when reason is empty
- fixed SF# 3495656: numberformater, numberparser error in mingw
- fixed SF# 3496493: Reference counting broken in TaskManager postNotification
- fixed SF# 3483174: LogFile flushing behavior on Windows
  Flushing is now configurable for FileChannel and SimpleFileChannel
  using the "flush" property (true or false).
- fixed SF# 3479561: Subsequent IPs on a NIC is not enumerated
- fixed SF# 3478665: Permission checks in Poco::File not correct for root
- fixed SF# 3475050: Threading bug in initializeNetwork() on Windows
- fixed SF# 3552680: websocket small frames bug and proposed fix
- fixed a WebSocket interop issue with Firefox
- added Poco::Net::MessageHeader::hasToken()
- Poco::AtomicCounter now uses GCC 4.3 builtin atomics on more platforms
- fixed SF# 3555938: NetSSL: socket closed twice
- socket exceptions now include OS error code
- fixed SF# 3556975: Need to fix Shared Memory for memory map
- Poco::Net::SecureSocketImpl::close() now catches exceptions thrown by its call to shutdown().
- fixed SF# 3535990: POCO_HAVE_IPv6 without POCO_WIN32_UTF8 conflict
- fixed SF# 3559665: Poco::InflatingInputStream may not always inflate completely
- added Poco::DirectoryWatcher class
- fixed SF# 3561464: Poco::File::isDevice() can throw due to sharing violation
- Poco::Zip::Compress::addRecursive() has a second variant that allows to specify the compression method.
- Upgraded internal SQLite to 3.7.14


Release 1.4.3p1 (2012-01-23)
============================

- fixed SF# 3476926: RegDeleteKeyEx not available on Windows XP 32-bit


Release 1.4.3 (2012-01-16)
==========================

- fixed a compilation error with Data/MySQL on QNX.
- fixed Util project files for WinCE (removed sources not compileable on CE)
- removed MD2 license text from Ackowledgements document
- fixed iPhone build config for Xcode 4.2 (compiler name changed to llvm-g++)
- Poco::Util::XMLConfiguration: delimiter char (default '.') is now configurable.
  This allows for working with XML documents having element names with '.' in them.
- Poco::Util::OptionProcessor: Required option arguments can now be specified as
  separate command line arguments, as in "--option value" in addition to the
  "--option=value" format.
- Poco::Util::HelpFormatter: improved option help formatting if  indentation has
  been set explicitely.
- added Mail sample to NetSSL_OpenSSL, showing use of Poco::Net::SecureSMTPClientSession.
- added additional read() overloads to Poco::Net::HTMLForm.
- fixed SF# 3440769: Poco::Net::HTTPResponse doesn't like Amazon EC2 cookies.
- added support for requiring TLSv1 to Poco::Net::Context.
- added an additional constructor to Poco::Net::HTTPBasicCredentials, allowing
  the object to be created from a string containing a base64-encoded, colon-separated
  username and password.
- Poco::Zip::ZipStreamBuf: fixed a crash if CM_STORE was used.
- Added setContentLength64() and getContentLength64() to Poco::Net::HTTPMessage.
- added Poco::Environment::osDisplayName().
- fixed SF# 3463096: WinService leaves dangling handles (open() now does not reopen the
  service handle if it's already open)
- fixed SF# 3426537: WinRegistryConfiguration can't read virtualized keys
- added Poco::Buffer::resize()
- fixed SF# 3441822: thread safety issue in HTTPClientSession:
  always use getaddrinfo() instead of gethostbyname() on all platforms supporting it
- added version resource to POCO DLLs
- fixed SF# 3440599: Dir Path in Quotes in PATH cause PathTest::testFind to fail.
- fixed SF# 3406030: Glob::collect problem
- added Poco::Util::AbstractConfiguration::enableEvents()
- Poco::AtomicCounter now uses GCC builtins with GCC 4.1 or newer
  (contributed by Alexey Milovidov)
- made Poco::Logger::formatDump() public as it may be useful for others as well
  (SF# 3453446)
- Poco::Net::DialogSocket now has a proper copy constructor (SF# 3414602)
- Poco::Net::MessageHeader and Poco::Net::HTMLForm now limit the maximum number of
  fields parsed from a message to prevent certain kinds of denial-of-service
  attacks. The field limit can be changed with the new method setFieldLimit().
  The default limit is 100.
- Poco::NumberFormatter, Poco::NumberParser and Poco::format() now always use the
  classic ("C") locale to format and parse floating-point numbers.
- added Poco::StreamCopier::copyStream64(), Poco::StreamCopier::copyStreamUnbuffered64()
  and Poco::StreamCopier::copyToString64(). These functions use a 64-bit integer
  to count the number of bytes copied.
- upgraded internal zlib to 1.2.5
- upgraded internal sqlite to 3.7.9
- XML: integrated bugfix for Expat bug# 2958794 (memory leak in poolGrow)
- Added support for HTTP Digest authentication (based on a contribution by
  Anton V. Yabchinskiy (arn at bestmx dot ru)). For information on how
  to use this, see the Poco::Net::HTTPCredentials, Poco::Net::HTTPDigestCredentials
  and Poco::Net::HTTPAuthenticationParams classes.
- Poco::Net::HTTPStreamFactory and Poco::Net::HTTPSStreamFactory now support Basic
  and Digest authentication. Username and password must be provided in the URI.
- added Poco::Net::WebSocket, supporting the WebSocket protocol as described in RFC 6455
- NetSSL_OpenSSL: added client-side support for Server Name Indication.
  Poco::Net::SecureSocketImpl::connectSSL() now calls SSL_set_tlsext_host_name()
  if its available (OpenSSL 9.8.6f and later).
- added Poco::Net::HTTPClientSession::proxyConnect() (factored out from
  Poco::Net::HTTPSClientSession::connect())
- added Poco::Process::kill(const Poco::ProcessHandle&) which is preferable to
  kill(pid) on Windows, as process IDs on Windows may be reused.
- fixed SF# 3471463: Compiler warnings with -Wformat
- Poco::Util::Application::run() now catches and logs exceptions thrown in initialize()
- Fixed a WinCE-specific bug in Poco::Util::ServerApplication where uninitialize() would
  be called twice.
- fixed SF# 3471957: WinRegistryKey::deleteKey() unable to delete alt views
- Added additional constructor to Poco::ScopedLock and Poco::ScopedLockWithUnlock
  accepting a timeout as second argument.
- Added Poco::Logger::parseLevel()
- Poco::format(): an argument that does not match the format
  specifier no longer results in a BadCastException. The string [ERRFMT] is
  written to the result string instead.
- PageCompiler: added createSession page attribute.
fc854d6
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 2, 2016
mef Update 0.17 to 0.32
--------------------
0.32 2015-08-25T02:09:18Z
	- fix compatibility issue on Solaris (thanks to Syohei YOSHIDA) #40

0.31 2015-07-20T02:38:57Z
	- do not remove the socket file when becoming a daemon (thanks to
          andyjones) #34 #36
	- emit name of the directory to which it failed to chdir(2) (thanks
          to tokuhirom) #33

0.30 2015-06-05T05:28:43Z
	- unlink the status file only when created by itself (thanks to
          tokuhirom) #32
	- redo #26 (thanks to tokuhirom) #31

0.29 2015-06-04T06:45:26Z
	- build should fail on Windows (thanks to chorny) #26
	- add `--stop` option (thanks to tokuhirom) #28
	- do not close STDIN in case the listening port is mapped to fd
          zero (thanks to tokuhirom) #29 #24
	- reopen STDIN to suppress unnecessary warnings (thanks to
          touhirom) #30

0.28 2015-05-28T22:08:37Z
	- add `--port=[host:]port=fd` option for specifying the file
          descriptor number (thanks to tokuhirom) #24

0.27 2015-04-28T01:02:28Z
	- revert 0.26 so that the install script can update the
	- shebang (thanks to miyagawa) #22 modernize the build tool
	- (thanks to miyagawa) #23
0.26
	- `start_server` command uses perl found in $PATH instead of
          /usr/bin/perl #21
0.25
	- fix `already in use` error if the program is restarted
          (regression in 0.21) #18
	- tests now pass on environments wo. IPv6 support #19
0.24
	- introduce --daemonize option (#18 #6)
	- fix bug that causes a infinite loop in shutdown (amends #14)
0.23
	- set IPV6_V6ONLY for socket bound to an IPv6 address (#16)
0.22
	- support for IPv6 (#16)
	- include repository URL in META.yml (#15; thanks to ether)
0.21
	- remove dependency against non-standard modules (#14)
0.19
	- reimplement changes in 0.15, 0.16 for stability (#13)
	- update inc/Module/Install
f206910
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 7, 2016
mef Update to 1.18
--------------
1.18      2016-01-30
        - New maintainer: Olivier Mengu'e (DOLMEN)
          Repo is now hosted at github.com/perl-pod/Pod-Spell
        - Fix warning in strip_stopwords (GH #23)
        - re-apply "podspell script: set output encoding from locale CTYPE"
          (GH #22, #17). The issue in 1.16 was an incorrect dependency
          on I18N::Langinfo.
e740204
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 11, 2016
mef Update 0.17 to 0.32
--------------------
0.32 2015-08-25T02:09:18Z
	- fix compatibility issue on Solaris (thanks to Syohei YOSHIDA) #40

0.31 2015-07-20T02:38:57Z
	- do not remove the socket file when becoming a daemon (thanks to
          andyjones) #34 #36
	- emit name of the directory to which it failed to chdir(2) (thanks
          to tokuhirom) #33

0.30 2015-06-05T05:28:43Z
	- unlink the status file only when created by itself (thanks to
          tokuhirom) #32
	- redo #26 (thanks to tokuhirom) #31

0.29 2015-06-04T06:45:26Z
	- build should fail on Windows (thanks to chorny) #26
	- add `--stop` option (thanks to tokuhirom) #28
	- do not close STDIN in case the listening port is mapped to fd
          zero (thanks to tokuhirom) #29 #24
	- reopen STDIN to suppress unnecessary warnings (thanks to
          touhirom) #30

0.28 2015-05-28T22:08:37Z
	- add `--port=[host:]port=fd` option for specifying the file
          descriptor number (thanks to tokuhirom) #24

0.27 2015-04-28T01:02:28Z
	- revert 0.26 so that the install script can update the
	- shebang (thanks to miyagawa) #22 modernize the build tool
	- (thanks to miyagawa) #23
0.26
	- `start_server` command uses perl found in $PATH instead of
          /usr/bin/perl #21
0.25
	- fix `already in use` error if the program is restarted
          (regression in 0.21) #18
	- tests now pass on environments wo. IPv6 support #19
0.24
	- introduce --daemonize option (#18 #6)
	- fix bug that causes a infinite loop in shutdown (amends #14)
0.23
	- set IPV6_V6ONLY for socket bound to an IPv6 address (#16)
0.22
	- support for IPv6 (#16)
	- include repository URL in META.yml (#15; thanks to ether)
0.21
	- remove dependency against non-standard modules (#14)
0.19
	- reimplement changes in 0.15, 0.16 for stability (#13)
	- update inc/Module/Install
38008da
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 11, 2016
mef Update to 1.18
--------------
1.18      2016-01-30
        - New maintainer: Olivier Mengu'e (DOLMEN)
          Repo is now hosted at github.com/perl-pod/Pod-Spell
        - Fix warning in strip_stopwords (GH #23)
        - re-apply "podspell script: set output encoding from locale CTYPE"
          (GH #22, #17). The issue in 1.16 was an incorrect dependency
          on I18N::Langinfo.
61c0f07
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Feb 11, 2016
mef Update 3.8.2 to 3.8.3
---------------------
2015-05-28  wimpunk

	* [r183] ., release: Removing unneeded release directory

2015-03-23  wimpunk

	* [r182] ddclient: Reverting to the old perl requirements like
	  suggested in #75

		The new requirements were added when adding support for cloudflare. By the
		simple fix suggested by Roy Tam we could revert the requirements which make
		ddclient back usable on CentOS and RHEL.

	* [r181] ddclient: ddclient: made json optional

	  As suggested in pull 7 on github by @abelbeck and @Bugsbane it is
	  better to make the
	  use of JSON related to the use of cloudflare.

	* [r180] ddclient: ddclient: reindenting cloudflare

	  Indenting cloudflare according to the vim tags

	* [r179] ddclient: ddclient: correction after duckdns merge

	  Correcting duckdns configuration after commit r178

	* [r178] ddclient: Added simple support for Duckdns www.duckdns.org

	  Patch provided by gkranis on github.
	  Merge branch 'gkranis'

2015-03-21  wimpunk

	* [r177] README.md: Added duckDNS to the README.md
	* [r176] sample-etc_rc.d_init.d_ddclient.ubuntu: update ubuntu init.d script

	  Merge pull request #9 from gottaloveit/master

	* [r175] Changelog, Changelog.old: Renamed Changelog to
	  Changelog.old

	  Avoiding conflicts on case insensitive filesystems

	* [r174] ddclient: Add missing config line for CloudFlare

	  Merge pull request #19 from shikasta-net/fixes

	* [r173] ddclient: Merge pull request #22 from reddyr/patch-1

	  loopia.se changed the "Current Address:" output string to "Current IP
		Address:"

	* [r172] ddclient: fixed missing ) for cloudflare service hash

	  Merge pull request #16 from adepretis/master

2015-01-20  wimpunk

	* [r171] README.md, ddclient, sample-etc_ddclient.conf: Adding
	  support for google domain

	  Patch gently provided through github on
	  wimpunk/ddclient#13

2014-10-08  wimpunk

	* [r170] README.md, ddclient, sample-etc_ddclient.conf: Added
	  support for Cloudflare and multi domain support for namecheap

	  Pull request #7 from @roberthawdon
	  See wimpunk/ddclient#7 for more info.

2014-09-09  wimpunk

	* [r169] ddclient: Bugfix: allowing long username-password
	  combinations

	  Patch provided by @dirdi through github.

2014-08-20  wimpunk

	* [r166] ddclient: Fixing bug #72: Account info revealed during
	  noip update

	* [r165] ddclient: Interfaces can be named almost anything on
	  modern systems.

	  Patch provided by Stephen Couchman through github

2014-06-30  wimpunk

	* [r164] ddclient: Only delete A RR, not any RR for the FQDN

	  Make the delete command specific to A RRs. This prevents ddclient
	  from deleting other RRs unrelated to the dynamic address, but on the
	  same FQDN. This can be specifically a problem with KEY RRs when using
	  SIG(0) instead of symmetric keys.

	  Reported by: Wellie Chao
	  Bug report: http://sourceforge.net/p/ddclient/bugs/71/

	  Fixes #71

2014-06-02  wimpunk

	* [r163] README.md, ddclient: Adding support for nsupdate.

	  Patch provided by Daniel Roethlisberger <daniel@roe.ch> through
	  github.

2014-04-29  wimpunk

	* [r162] README.md, README.ssl, ddclient: Removed revision
	  information

	  Revision information isn't very usable when switching to git.

2014-03-20  wimpunk

	* [r161] README.md, README.ssl, ddclient,
	  sample-etc_rc.d_init.d_ddclient.alpine: Added Alpine Linux init
	  script

	  Patch send by Tal on github.

	* [r160] RELEASENOTE: Corrected release note

2013-12-26  wimpunk

	* [r159] release/readme.txt: Commiting updated release information
	* [r158] README.md, RELEASENOTE: Committing release notes and
	  readme information to trunk
e139cdd
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 7, 2016
fhajny Update databases/py-barman to 1.6.0.
Version 1.6.0 - 29 Feb 2016

-   Support for streaming replication connection through the
    streaming_conninfo server option
-   Support for the streaming_archiver option that allows Barman to
    receive WAL files through PostgreSQL's native streaming protocol.
    When set to 'on', it relies on pg_receivexlog to receive WAL data,
    reducing Recovery Point Objective. Currently, WAL streaming is an
    additional feature (standard log archiving is still required)
-   Implement the receive-wal command that, when streaming_archiver is
    on, wraps pg_receivexlog for WAL streaming. Add --stop option to
    stop receiving WAL files via streaming protocol. Add --reset option
    to reset the streaming status and restart from the current xlog
    in Postgres.
-   Automatic management (startup and stop) of receive-wal command via
    cron command
-   Support for the path_prefix configuration option
-   Introduction of the archiver option (currently fixed to on) which
    enables continuous WAL archiving for a specific server, through log
    shipping via PostgreSQL's archive_command
-   Support for streaming_wals_directory and errors_directory options
-   Management of WAL duplicates in archive-wal command and integration
    with check command
-   Verify if pg_receivexlog is running in check command when
    streaming_archiver is enabled
-   Verify if failed backups are present in check command
-   Accept compressed WAL files in incoming directory
-   Add support for the pigz compressor (thanks to Stefano Zacchiroli
    zack@upsilon.cc)
-   Implement pygzip and pybzip2 compressors (based on an initial idea
    of Christoph Moench-Tegeder christoph@2ndquadrant.de)
-   Creation of an implicit restore point at the end of a backup
-   Current size of the PostgreSQL data files in barman status
-   Permit archive_mode=always for PostgreSQL 9.5 servers (thanks to
    Christoph Moench-Tegeder christoph@2ndquadrant.de)
-   Complete refactoring of the code responsible for connecting to
    PostgreSQL
-   Improve messaging of cron command regarding sub-processes
-   Native support for Python >= 3.3
-   Changes of behaviour:
    -   Stop trashing WAL files during archive-wal (commit:e3a1d16)
-   Bug fixes:
    -   Atomic WAL file archiving (#9 and #12)
    -   Propagate "-c" option to any Barman subprocess (#19)
    -   Fix management of backup ID during backup deletion (#22)
    -   Improve archive-wal robustness and log messages (#24)
    -   Improve error handling in case of missing parameters

Version 1.5.1 - 16 Nov 2015

-   Add support for the 'archive-wal' command which performs WAL
    maintenance operations on a given server
-   Add support for "per-server" concurrency of the 'cron' command
-   Improved management of xlog.db errors
-   Add support for mixed compression types in WAL files (SF.net#61)
-   Bug fixes:
    -   Avoid retention policy checks during the recovery
    -   Avoid 'wal_level' check on PostgreSQL version < 9.0 (#3)
    -   Fix backup size calculation (#5)
8a0bc0e
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 12, 2016
fhajny Update www/php-http to 2.5.6.
2.5.6
* Fix php-bug #71719: Buffer overflow in HTTP url parsing
  functions
* Fix gh-issue #28: Possible null pointer dereference
  in php_http_url_mod()
* Fix gh-issue #22: Fix PHP5 config.w32
* Fix gh-issue #20: setSslOptions notice with curl 7.43

2.5.5
* Fixed gh-issue #16: No Content-Length header with empty
  POST requests

2.5.3
* Fixed gh-issue #12: crash on bad url passed
  to http\Message::setRequestUrl()
* The URL parser now fails on empty labels

2.5.2
* Fixed regression with HEAD requests always warning about
  a partial file transfer
+ Added "path_as_is" request option (libcurl >= 7.42)
33b851c
@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Aug 4, 2016
kamil Upgrade from ode-0.5 to ode-0.13
pkgsrc changes:
 - set license
 - revamp build definitions
 - revamp blk3.mk and bump API_DEPENDS to 0.13 (recent software depends on new ode-config)
 - drop all local patches as not needed

upstream changes:
Changes for 0.13

New features:

    Stable, implicit gyroscopic forces (patch #185 by Joseph Cooper). Bodies with gyroscopic forces won't gain energy anymore.
    New joint: transmission joint (patch #182 by Dimitris Papavasiliou).
    Contacts now have rolling friction (patch #184 by Joseph Cooper).
    Removed the need for defining dSINGLE/dDOUBLE; this is stored now in the generated ode/precision.h header.
    New joint: Double Ball (AKA "distance joint").
    New joint: Double Hinge.
    Threaded execution support interface added. Optional built-in threading implementation added. Internal threading implementation is excluded by default and to be used, it must be enabled with configure/premake: --disable-threading-intf (--no-threading-intf for Windows/Premake). This allows disabling threading interface support.

Bug fixes

    Joint feedback forces application fixed in QuickStep implementation
    Bug #89 by Luc: (dJointAddSliderForce() adds a zero force when the parent body is NULL)
    Bug #88 by Luc: heightfield data assigned to a wrong field in dGeomHeightfieldSetHeightfieldData
    Fixed cylinder AABB computation.
    Removed ALLOCA calls from dHashSpace; it should not depend on stack size limits anymore.
    Bugs in AMotor joint (patch #181)
    Bugs in PU joint (patch #186)
    Fixed issue with friction and non-friction constraints being intermixed during constraints random reordering in QuickStep.
    Fixed matrix inversion bug (patch #183).
    Fixed issue with some kinds of joints (Ball, DBall, DHinge, Fixed) might overwrite world ERP value with their custom ERP during getInfo2() call and that inappropriate value would then be passed to subsequent joints in solver instead of world ERP.
    Fixed issues reported in patches #151 and #22 (collisions with SAPSpace and QuadTreeSpace might not work because geometries list was misused in them).
    Fixed IsPointInPolygon in convex.cpp (patch #160 by Janis Rucis)
    Fixed zero comparisons in OPCODE to use relative error instead of absolute epsilon value (found by Bill Sellers)
    Fixed dhinge's last constraint to properly handle rotations.
    Fixed plane2d joint: uninitialized variables (reported by Dimitris Papavasiliou)
    Bug #80 by Georg Martius: better handling of capsule-box with deep penetrations.
    Fixed zero-mu issues: now either mu or mu2 can be set to zero.

Other changes

    Public headers cleaned to cause less pollution of typedefs and macros.

Changes for 0.12

    Added python bindings, contributed by Gideon Klompje.
    Integrated libccd from Daniel Fiser, provides new colliders based on GJK, EPA and MPR. Now cylinders can collide with cylinders!
    New functions have been added:
        dWorldUseSharedWorkingMemory()
        dWorldCleanupWorkingMemory()
        dWorldSetStepMemoryReservationPolicy()
        dWorldSetStepMemoryManager()
        dGeomLowLevelControl(): change/query OPCODE trimesh-sphere contact merging behavior at runtime.
        dGeomGetRelPointPos() (patch #2991622)
        dGeomGetPosRelPoint() (patch #2991622)
        dGeomVectorToWorld() (patch #2991622)
        dGeomVectorFromWorld() (patch #2991622)
    dWorldStepFast1 API removed along with dWorld[Get/Set]AutoEnableDepthSF1
    dWorldStep() and dWorldQuickStep() have been changed to return boolean success status, and avoid allocation on stack.
    dInitODE2() changed to automatically call AllocateODEDataForThread(dAllocateFlagBasicData) after library initialization.
    Made sure neither dSINGLE or dDOUBLE is defined by default; the user should always explicitly specify the precision.
    Fixed a bug in dGeomCopyOffsetRotation().
    Macros changed to static inline functions in odemath.h and related files.
    Improvement for trimesh-plane collision.
    odecpp classes changed to be inheritable and easily expandable
    QuadTreeSpace implementation corrected to avoid object-block relation ambiguity due to numeric errors.
    Fixed bug affecting disabled joints and dWorldStep.
    Added extern "C" wrapper to dWorldExportDIF().
    Fixed bug #2937076: don't try to build demos if drawstuff is disabled.
    Applied patch #2931174 to make demos work for recent MacOS.
    Applied patch #2931177 to fix the demos' framerate on X11.
    Applied patch #2995450 to generate up to four contacts for box-plane collision test and fix contact depths.
    Applied patch #3030783 to fix drawstuff dimensions being ignored in OSX GLUT port.
    Applied patch #3429454: fix compilation on some platforms.
    Heightfield zone boundaries calculation code fixed to also consider whole next cell after the AABB if the AABB ends exactly at the cell boundary.
    New demo: demo_tracks.
    Fixed a box-capsule bug: more reasonable normal for deep penetrations.
    Many internal fixes to world stepping and collision detection code.


Changes for 0.11.1

    Made the new trimesh collider the default.
    Added a "-texturepath" option to drawstuff.
    Heightfield rotation fixed to avoid NaNs while rotating infinite MIN/MAX heights.
    Incorrect parameter order fixed on contact merging in Sphere-Trimesh collisions.
    Fixed bug #2685170: use the C99 __func__ instead of __FUNCTION__ when a C99 implementation is available.
    Remove unused code in demo_joints.cpp.
    Fix bug in collision categories in demo_jointPU.
    Added a possibility to initialize/close ODE multiple times recursively has been added. Also, now a call to dSpaceSetManualCleanup() is required for each space right after creation if ODE has been initialized in thread data manual cleanup mode.
    Thread local data has been cleaned up from OPCODE and OdeTls.
    New house of cards demo, which stresses the friction handling stability.


Changes for 0.11

This release contains many joint-related bug fixes, and some new features like kinematic bodies, better convex-convex collision detection and some extra functions.

    Fix bug: Fix problem when attaching no body to a joint.
    Fix problem with dJointGetUniversalAngle2 when the joint is attached to only a body 2. The sign was inverted.
    Fix bug reported by Tilman: dxJointPU::getInfo1 was setting twice the limit of limot1 to zero and not limot2.
    Fixed a bug in dSpaceCollide2: if both geoms are not in spaces they would not have valid AABBs.
    Swapped geometries returned in contacts for OPCODE Trimesh-Plane collisions as they were returned in unnatural order being different from that in GIMPACT
    Fixed an inverted sign problem on positions of joints PU and PR.
    Fix bug: when a slider, piston, pu or pr joint had only one body attached to position 2, dJointAttach(jId, 0, bId). The body was not push in the right direction to move back between the limits.
    Fix bug in dJointGetPUAxis2: the axis was not multiplied with the the rotation matrix of the good body.
    Fix bug if there is only one body on the PU joint the axis returned was not the right one.
    New functions: dJointSetUniversalAxis1Offset and dJointSetUniversalAxis2Offset.
    New functions: dJointEnable, dJointDisable, dJointIsEnabled (patch #2454764).
    New functions: dGeomTriMeshSetTriMergeCallback/dGeomTriMeshGetTriMergeCallback.
    New function: void dJointSetPUAnchorOffset (deprecating dJointSetPUAnchorDelta).
    New functions: dJointGetPRAngle and dJointGetPRAngleRate.
    New functions: dBodyGetGyroscopicMode and dBodySetGyroscopicMode (patch #2019242).
    Applied patch #2538046: Heightfield AABB bounds patch.
    Applied patch #2381592, which adds support for Kinematic Bodies.
    Applied a patch to make GIMPACT trimesh-ray collisions to be consistent with those in OPCODE (bug #2214623).
    Applied a patch to make side1, side2 fields of contact structure be always initialized.
    Applied patch #2158425: This patch enable GIMPACT to work on 64-bit machine.
    Applied patch #2080674: Improved dBodySetRotation; now exact rotation matrices are preserved until the next simulation step.
    Enable the motor on the rotoide part of the PR joint.
    Added Blender script to create ODE convex geoms under tools.
    Convex-Convex collision detection code is finally (nearly) stable.


Changes for 0.10.1

This is a bugfix release, so you shouldn't expect anything to stop working from 0.10.

    New function: dJointSetPistonAnchorOffset
    Add new function dJointSetHingeAxisDelta
    Fix problem with dJointGetPistonPosition and dJointGetPistonPositionRate when the joint is attached to only a body 2. The sign was inversed.
    Update the slider joint to have the same behavior as the other joint when there is only a body2 attached to it.
    Rename the new function dJointSetHingeAxisDelta to dJointSetHingeAxisOffset. This will remove confusion with the old function dJointSetHingeAnchorDelta.
    Bug fix: Max Correcting Vel behavior is now the same as before 0.10.


Changes for 0.10

    New functions: dInitODE2(), dAllocateODEDataForThread(), dCleanupODEAllDataForThread(). This adds support for ability to run collision detection from multiple threads for separate spaces.
    New functions: dCheckConfiguration(), dGetConfiguration(), to test how ODE was compiled.
    New function: dJointGetNumBodies (patch #1901550).
    New function: dSpaceGetClass (patch #1901637).
    New function: dSetColliderOverride(), to register custom collision handling functions.
    Added damping and MaxAngularVel() functions.
    Applied patch #1335202: Contact Joint Motion (see demo_motion.cpp).
    Applied patch #1851394: support for GIMPACT with double precision, dCollide fix.
    Applied patch #1813079 (moved callback).
    Added possibility to collide a space of lower sublevel as a geometry against another space of a higher level with dSpaceCollide2. dSpaceSetSublevel/dSpaceGetSublevel are used for sublevel assignment/retrieval.
    Fixed a bug in dJointXXXGetInfo. The value in limot.limit was not always updated. (Ex: If hi and lo limit were changed).
    New Joint: Prismatic Universal (patch #1828454).
    New Joint: Piston, with demo.
    Disabled building shared library by default with autotools. ODE shouldn't be installed as a system library.
    Fixed drawstuff build issues on OSX.
    Removed release and debug flags for configure.in: CPPFLAGS, CFLAGS, CXXFLAGS should be set by the user to their liking, respecting autotools policies.
    Added 'Sweep and Prune' collision space.
    Optimizations, many bug fixes, and code cleanup.


Changes from 0.8 to 0.9

    New Feature: CONTACTS_UNIMPORTANT flag added for dCollide() to allow canceling any contact improvements and return any contacts found as soon as possible
    New feature: Add erp/cfm parameters to fixed and ball joint. SF PATCH 1478244
    Assert on zero normalizations, add dSafeNormalize. Added boolean result for dNormalize3() and dNormalize4() so that normalization success could be checked
    SF Patch 1808007: fix gimpact compiler warning
    Apply SF patch 1800579: dGeomTriMeshSetData does not work with GIMPACT
    Fix: heightfield collision could return less contacts than was possible
    Fix: the deepest contact might be not selected if there was a lack of contact slots in trimesh-trimesh and trimesh-box cases (function exited immediately and did not check for possible contact coincidences).
    Improvement: optimizations for GIMPACT versions of trimesh-capsule, trimesh-trimesh, trimesh-plane, trimesh-sphere
    Improvement: dCollideConvexPlane optimized
    Fix: cylinder-box collision did not respect requested contact count limit
    Fix SF issue 1729096 by adding dMassSetTrimeshTotal
    Apply SF patch 1685107: Enforce 1 contact request
    Apply SF Patch 1697014: Update JointPR code
    Catch SF BUG 1621938: gimpact only does stride 12.
    patch 1769851 by Jon Watte: recalc aabb when new setting new data
    Added Richard Barrington's model loader for XNA (to be used with ODE.NET)
    1586733 collision_trimesh_trimesh.cpp OPCODE fix Added Francisco Leon's alternate trimesh-trimesh collider.
    1691402 Heighfield performance patch patch
    1696933 Fix bug in dWorldExportDIF when joint in "limbo"
    Renamed "tests" to "demos" and split out unit test project. Updated premake scripts and Visual Studio files; automake files still need to be updated.
    Make building demos optional. SF patch 1650563
    lib64 fixes, SF patch 1646598
    Warn against using double precision with gimpact
    Many more bug fixes and optimizations.

Changes from 0.7 to 0.8

    New Rotoide - Prismatic Joint
    Optimisation when dGYROSCOPIC is disabled (default)
    dJointGetUniversalAngles to efficiently get both angles at once.


Changes from 0.6 to 0.7

    New heightfield primitive for terrains.
    Trimesh-Plane collision.
    Ray-Cylinder collision.
    Integration of the plane-2d joint.
    Improved support for convex hulls.
    Fix for joint limit handling.
    Half-space optimisation for axis aligned planes.


Changes from 0.5 to 0.6

    Added flat-capped cylinders.
    CCylinder has been renamed as Capsule.
    Added support for geom offsets.
    Improved stepping function (dWorldQuickStep)
    Much improved support for trimesh collision shapes
    Added support for 64-bit systems
    Started support for convex hulls

    New and improved build system
    Lots of bug fixes, stability, and performance improvements


Geom Offset Overview

Geom offsets allow geom objects to be offset from a body's position. This is useful for cases where an object has an offset centre of mass, or is made up out of several geoms each with their own local position. Native support for geom offsets means that the geomTransform container is now obselete.

The real advantage over geomTransform is that there is a much easier interface for setting, getting, and modifying a geom's offset from its body. The elimination of geomTransform simplifies callbacks which no longer have to special case that geom class type. In terms of performance, the new code has a negligible performance difference and a memory improvement compared to using a geomTransform.
Geom Offset and Bodies

An offset only makes sense for geoms which are connected to bodies. It is an error to attempt to set an offset for a geom which is not connected to a body. When a geom is disconnected from a body, any offset will be automatically eliminated. Thus, the possible states a geom can be in are:

    Geom
    Geom on body
    Geom on body, with an offset

To create an offset, just call on of the geomSetOffset functions. The offset will be automatically created if it does not yet exist. Geom offsets are normally set by specifying the offset in local coordinates. An extra set of functions are provided to allow an offset to be determined by providing world coordinates and subtracting them from the current body position. These second set of functions, geomSetOffsetWorldPosition(),etc, allow the user to essentially say "keep the body where it is, and move its geom to this position in the world".
Geom Offset API

This is defined in the doxygen documentation.
Geom Offset affect on existing API

The following functions have been updated such that they transparently work with offsets.

   void dGeomSetPosition (dGeomID, dReal x, dReal y, dReal z)
   void dGeomSetRotation (dGeomID, const dMatrix3 R)
   void dGeomSetQuaternion (dGeomID, const dQuaternion)
   const dReal * dGeomGetPosition (dGeomID)
   const dReal * dGeomGetRotation (dGeomID)
   void dGeomGetQuaternion (dGeomID, dQuaternion result)
   void dGeomGetAABB (dGeomID, dReal aabb[6])

The functions that get a geom's position will return its final position in world coordinates. If a geom is offset, it is no longer true that dGeomGetPosition()==dBodyGetPosition(). Instead, each will return its own world position, with the geom being offset from the body.

The functions that set a geom's position will move the body to the position such that the geom will have the position passed in. So if the geom has a positional offset of (0,0,1), and we call dGeomSetPosition(g,10,10,10), the end result will be the body's position being set to (10,10,9). As such, either dGeomSetPosition or dBodySetPosition can be used, depending on which is more convenient. The other position is automatically updated.
Geom Offset and geomTransform

GeomTransforms are still supported, and all existing code transparently works. When writing new code, however, it is far easier to work with geoms and offsets.

The change eliminates a large amount of special casing needed to do when working with geomTransforms. Setting an offset is trivial, and does not require inserting or removing new GeomTransforms from spaces. There is no need to special case getting an offset geom's world position, or setting an offset geom's world position.

It is especially useful in the collide callback. The old way required getting the object as the real geom (but without being able to easily grab its Transform, or even its body!), or as its Transform (forcing special casing code to extract the real geom in that case).
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Aug 24, 2016
richard update to python-dateutil-2.5.3
NEWS:
Version 2.5.3
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2016d
- Fixed parser bug where unambiguous datetimes fail to parse when dayfirst is
  set to true. (gh issue #233, pr #234)
- Bug in zoneinfo file on platforms such as Google App Engine which do not
  do not allow importing of subprocess.check_call was reported and fixed by
  @savraj (gh issue #239, gh pr #240)
- Fixed incorrect version in documentation (gh issue #235, pr #243)

Version 2.5.2
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2016c
- Fixed parser bug where yearfirst and dayfirst parameters were not being
  respected when no separator was present. (gh issue #81 and #217, pr #229)

Version 2.5.1
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2016b
- Changed MANIFEST.in to explicitly include test suite in source distributions,
  with help from @koobs (gh issue #193, pr #194, #201, #221)
- Explicitly set all line-endings to LF, except for the NEWS file, on a
  per-repository basis (gh pr #218)
- Fixed an issue with improper caching behavior in rruleset objects (gh issue
  #104, pr #207)
- Changed to an explicit error when rrulestr strings contain a missing BYDAY
  (gh issue #162, pr #211)
- tzfile now correctly handles files containing leapcnt (although the leapcnt
  information is not actually used). Contributed by @hjoukl (gh issue #146, pr
  #147)
- Fixed recursive import issue with tz module (gh pr #204)
- Added compatibility between tzwin objects and datetime.time objects (gh issue
  #216, gh pr #219)
- Refactored monolithic test suite by module (gh issue #61, pr #200 and #206)
- Improved test coverage in the relativedelta module (gh pr #215)
- Adjusted documentation to reflect possibly counter-intuitive properties of
  RFC-5545-compliant rrules, and other documentation improvements in the rrule
  module (gh issue #105, gh issue #149 - pointer to the solution by @phep,
  pr #213).


Version 2.5.0
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2016a
- zoneinfo_metadata file version increased to 2.0 - the updated updatezinfo.py
  script will work with older zoneinfo_metadata.json files, but new metadata
  files will not work with older updatezinfo.py versions. Additionally, we have
  started hosting our own mirror of the Olson databases on a github pages
  site (https://dateutil.github.io/tzdata/) (gh pr #183)
- dateutil zoneinfo tarballs now contain the full zoneinfo_metadata file used
  to generate them. (gh issue #27, gh pr #85)
- relativedelta can now be safely subclassed without derived objects reverting
  to base relativedelta objects as a result of arithmetic operations.
  (lp:1010199, gh issue #44, pr #49)
- relativedelta 'weeks' parameter can now be set and retrieved as a property of
  relativedelta instances. (lp: 727525, gh issue #45, pr #49)
- relativedelta now explicitly supports fractional relative weeks, days, hours,
  minutes and seconds. Fractional values in absolute parameters (year, day, etc)
  are now deprecated. (gh issue #40, pr #190)
- relativedelta objects previously did not use microseconds to determine of two
  relativedelta objects were equal. This oversight has been corrected.
  Contributed by @elprans (gh pr #113)
- rrule now has an xafter() method for retrieving multiple recurrences after a
  specified date. (gh pr #38)
- str(rrule) now returns an RFC2445-compliant rrule string, contributed by
  @schinckel and @armicron (lp:1406305, gh issue #47, prs #50, #62 and #160)
- rrule performance under certain conditions has been significantly improved
  thanks to a patch contributed by @dekoza, based on an article by Brian Beck
  (@exogen) (gh pr #136)
- The use of both the 'until' and 'count' parameters is now deprecated as
  inconsistent with RFC2445 (gh pr #62, #185)
- Parsing an empty string will now raise a ValueError, rather than returning the
  datetime passed to the 'default' parameter. (gh issue #78, pr #187)
- tzwinlocal objects now have a meaningful repr() and str() implementation
  (gh issue #148, prs #184 and #186)
- Added equality logic for tzwin and tzwinlocal objects. (gh issue #151,
  pr #180, #184)
- Added some flexibility in subclassing timelex, and switched the default
  behavior over to using string methods rather than comparing against a fixed
  list. (gh pr #122, #139)
- An issue causing tzstr() to crash on Python 2.x was fixed. (lp: 1331576,
  gh issue #51, pr #55)
- An issue with string encoding causing exceptions under certain circumstances
  when tzname() is called was fixed. (gh issue #60, #74, pr #75)
- Parser issue where calling parse() on dates with no day specified when the
  day of the month in the default datetime (which is "today" if unspecified) is
  greater than the number of days in the parsed month was fixed (this issue
  tended to crop up between the 29th and 31st of the month, for obvious reasons)
  (canonical gh issue #25, pr #30, #191)
- Fixed parser issue causing fuzzy_with_tokens to raise an unexpected exception
  in certain circumstances. Contributed by @MichaelAquilina (gh pr #91)
- Fixed parser issue where years > 100 AD were incorrectly parsed. Contributed
  by @Bachmann1234 (gh pr #130)
- Fixed parser issue where commas were not a valid separator between seconds
  and microseconds, preventing parsing of ISO 8601 dates. Contributed by
  @ryanss (gh issue #28, pr #106)
- Fixed issue with tzwin encoding in locales with non-Latin alphabets
  (gh issue #92, pr #98)
- Fixed an issue where tzwin was not being properly imported on Windows.
  Contributed by @labrys. (gh pr #134)
- Fixed a problem causing issues importing zoneinfo in certain circumstances.
  Issue and solution contributed by @alexxv (gh issue #97, pr #99)
- Fixed an issue where dateutil timezones were not compatible with basic time
  objects. One of many, many timezone related issues contributed and tested by
  @labrys. (gh issue #132, pr #181)
- Fixed issue where tzwinlocal had an invalid utcoffset. (gh issue #135,
  pr #141, #142)
- Fixed issue with tzwin and tzwinlocal where DST transitions were incorrectly
  parsed from the registry. (gh issue #143, pr #178)
- updatezinfo.py no longer suppresses certain OSErrors. Contributed by @bjamesv
  (gh pr #164)
- An issue that arose when timezone locale changes during runtime has been
  fixed by @carlosxl and @mjschultz (gh issue #100, prs #107, #109)
- Python 3.5 was added to the supported platforms in the metadata (@tacaswell
  gh pr #159) and the test suites (@moreati gh pr #117).
- An issue with tox failing without unittest2 installed in Python 2.6 was fixed
  by @moreati (gh pr #115)
- Several deprecated functions were replaced in the tests by @moreati
  (gh pr #116)
- Improved the logic in Travis and Appveyor to alleviate issues where builds
  were failing due to connection issues when downloading the IANA timezone
  files. In addition to adding our own mirror for the files (gh pr #183), the
  download is now retried a number of times (with a delay) (gh pr #177)
- Many failing doctests were fixed by @moreati. (gh pr #120)
- Many fixes to the documentation (gh pr #103, gh pr #87 from @radarhere,
  gh pr #154 from @gpoesia, gh pr #156 from @awsum, gh pr #168 from @ja8zyjits)
- Added a code coverage tool to the CI to help improve the library. (gh pr #182)
- We now have a mailing list - dateutil@python.org, graciously hosted by
  Python.org.


Version 2.4.2
-------------
- Updated zoneinfo to 2015b.
- Fixed issue with parsing of tzstr on Python 2.7.x; tzstr will now be decoded
  if not a unicode type. gh #51 (lp:1331576), gh pr #55.
- Fix a parser issue where AM and PM tokens were showing up in fuzzy date
  stamps, triggering inappropriate errors. gh #56 (lp: 1428895), gh pr #63.
- Missing function "setcachesize" removed from zoneinfo __all__ list by @ryanss,
  fixing an issue with wildcard imports of dateutil.zoneinfo. (gh pr #66).
- (PyPi only) Fix an issue with source distributions not including the test
  suite.


Version 2.4.1
-------------

- Added explicit check for valid hours if AM/PM is specified in parser.
  (gh pr #22, issue #21)
- Fix bug in rrule introduced in 2.4.0 where byweekday parameter was not
  handled properly. (gh pr #35, issue #34)
- Fix error where parser allowed some invalid dates, overwriting existing hours
  with the last 2-digit number in the string. (gh pr #32, issue #31)
- Fix and add test for Python 2.x compatibility with boolean checking of
  relativedelta objects. Implemented by @nimasmi (gh pr #43) and Cédric Krier
  (lp: 1035038)
- Replaced parse() calls with explicit datetime objects in unit tests unrelated
  to parser. (gh pr #36)
- Changed private _byxxx from sets to sorted tuples and fixed one currently
  unreachable bug in _construct_byset. (gh pr #54)
- Additional documentation for parser (gh pr #29, #33, #41) and rrule.
- Formatting fixes to documentation of rrule and README.rst.
- Updated zoneinfo to 2015a.
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 10, 2017
wiz Updated py-colorama to 0.3.7.
0.3.7
  * Fix issue #84: check if stream has 'closed' attribute before testing it
  * Fix issue #74: objects might become None at exit
0.3.6
  * Fix issue #81: fix ValueError when a closed stream was used
0.3.5
  * Bumping version to re-upload a wheel distribution
0.3.4
  * Fix issue #47 and #80 - stream redirection now strips ANSI codes on Linux
  * Fix issue #53 - strip readline markers
  * Fix issue #32 - assign orig_stdout and orig_stderr when initialising
  * Fix issue #57 - Fore.RESET did not reset style of LIGHT_EX colors.
    Fixed by Andy Neff
  * Fix issue #51 - add context manager syntax. Thanks to Matt Olsen.
  * Fix issue #48 - colorama didn't work on Windows when environment
    variable 'TERM' was set.
  * Fix issue #54 - fix pylint errors in client code.
  * Changes to readme and other improvements by Marc Abramowitz and Zearin
0.3.3
  * Fix Google Code issue #13 - support changing the console title with OSC
    escape sequence
  * Fix Google Code issue #16 - Add support for Windows xterm emulators
  * Fix Google Code issue #30 - implement \033[nK (clear line)
  * Fix Google Code issue #49 - no need to adjust for scroll when new position
    is already relative (CSI n A\B\C\D)
  * Fix Google Code issue #55 - erase_data fails on Python 3.x
  * Fix Google Code issue #46 - win32.COORD definition missing
  * Implement \033[0J and \033[1J (clear screen options)
  * Fix default ANSI parameters
  * Fix position after \033[2J (clear screen)
  * Add command shortcuts: colorama.Cursor, colorama.ansi.set_title,
    colorama.ansi.clear_line, colorama.ansi.clear_screen
  * Fix issue #22 - Importing fails for python3 on Windows
  * Thanks to John Szakmeister for adding support for light colors
  * Thanks to Charles Merriam for adding documentation to demos
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@jperkin jperkin pushed a commit that referenced this issue Apr 20, 2017
wiz Updated p5-DBD-postgresql to 3.6.0.
Version 3.6.0  Released April 17, 2017 (git tag 3.6.0)

  - Make sure we do not inadvertently modify the string passed to prepare() when
    doing the new backslash escape manipulation.
    [Greg Sabino Mullane]
    (CPAN ticket #114000)

  - Fix bug where $DBD::Pg::DBDPG_DEFAULT not picked up as a magic
    string first time it is used in a script.
    [Greg Sabino Mullane]
    (CPAN ticket #112309)

  - Fix UTF8 flag handling in pg_(get|put)copydata
    [Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker]

  - Fix UTF8 double-encoding with pg_enable_utf8 = 0
    [Serge Pushkin]
    (CPAN ticket #103137)

  - Fix bug in quote_name which would fail to quote in some circumstances
    (Github Issue #22)

  - Allow clean parsing of new Postgres X.Y version format
    [Erik Rijkers    er at xs4all.nl]

  - Add pg_canonical_ids() and pg_canonical_names(), which returns information
    about each column in the result set.
    [Warstone    warstone at list.ru]
    (CPAN ticket #106858)

  - Map SQL_NUMERIC to PG_NUMERIC (instead of PG_FLOAT8)
    [Alice Maz    alice at alizemaz.com]
    (CPAN ticket #120358)

  - Force real, float, and double precision into SvNVs
    [Greg Sabino Mullane]
    (CPAN ticket #113683 and other places)

  - Support for number of rows greater than an "int". Requires support for same
    from a future version of libpq before it will work completely.
    [Greg Sabino Mullane]
    (CPAN ticket #102444)

  - Fix skipped test counts in Win32 builds
    [Andy Grundman]

  - Allow tests to work against Postgres 8.4 by tweaking client_encoding calls.
    [Pavel Raiskup    praiskup at redhat.com]
    (CPAN ticket #116179)

  - Silence warnings in t/02attribs.t and t/04misc.t
    [Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker]

  - Support binary COPY format
    [Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker]

  - Ensure tests do not use $ENV{PGSERVICE} or $ENV{PGDATABASE}
    [Erik Rijkers]

  - Switched canonical repo to git://github.com/bucardo/dbdpg.git
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