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Commits on Jun 2, 2015
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Commits on May 21, 2015
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Commits on May 20, 2015
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    Use size() from MemoryMapping in TypedMemoryMapping.

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    Instead of keeping a "copy". They can't get out of sync this way.
    Fixes a bug where they got out of sync after resize()...
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    Do not round memory mapped files to page size boundaries.

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    Because it doesn't work for readonly files. If the mapping is for 0 bytes, we
    map one page instead. This way we don't have a special case in the rest of
    the code.
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    Bugfix: function name.

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    Move dword_hi/lo functions into osmium::util namespace.

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    This hopefully removes the "ambiguous call to overloaded function"
    error.
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    Remove unused code.

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    Simplify mmap_vector_base/anon/file.

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    These classes can now be radically simplified because of the new functionality
    in the MemoryMapping class.
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    Bugfix: typo.

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    Add AnonymousMemoryMapping class.

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    This makes it explicit that it is an *anonymous* memory mapping and
    it also removes the non-working resize() function on systems other
    than Linux.
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Commits on May 19, 2015
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Commits on May 13, 2015
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    Fix include position.

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    Add DataFile utility class.

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    Fix/cleanup some code.

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