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Commits on Jun 12, 2011
  1. - Revert r3214, which added some completely useless warnings for GCC.

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      I'm sure there are good reasons even GCC doesn't enable them by default when you use -Wall.
    
    
    
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Commits on May 26, 2011
  1. - added submission for disabling some new and rather pointless GCC wa…

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    …rnings.
    
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Commits on Feb 19, 2011
  1. - GCC warning fixes (GCC stupidity for the most part.)

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Commits on Aug 1, 2009
  1. - gdtoa now performs all type aliasing through unions. -Wall has been…

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    … added
    
      to the GCC flags for the library to help verify this.
    
    
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Commits on Jul 31, 2009
  1. - Import gdtoa fix from NetBSD:

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      * Change Kmax so we allocate enough freelist entries to handle large field
        numbers. Reported by Maksymilian Arciemowicz
        (See also http://securityreason.com/achievement_securityalert/63)
    
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Commits on Jul 25, 2008
  1. - Added Linux support for the CMakeLists. This meant downgrading them…

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    … for
    
      CMake 2.4, since the distros don't seem to consider 2.6 stable yet.
      As a bonus, GTK+ is no longer a required dependency; now it's optional.
    - Made dehsupp ignore CR characters, so it doesn't spew warnings on Linux.
    
    
    
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Commits on Jul 23, 2008
  1. About a week's worth of changes here. As a heads-up, I wouldn't be

    rheit committed
    surprised if this doesn't build in Linux right now. The CMakeLists.txt
    were checked with MinGW and NMake, but how they fair under Linux is an
    unknown to me at this time.
    
    - Converted most sprintf (and all wsprintf) calls to either mysnprintf or
      FStrings, depending on the situation.
    - Changed the strings in the wbstartstruct to be FStrings.
    - Changed myvsnprintf() to output nothing if count is greater than INT_MAX.
      This is so that I can use a series of mysnprintf() calls and advance the
      pointer for each one. Once the pointer goes beyond the end of the buffer,
      the count will go negative, but since it's an unsigned type it will be
      seen as excessively huge instead. This should not be a problem, as there's
      no reason for ZDoom to be using text buffers larger than 2 GB anywhere.
    - Ripped out the disabled bit from FGameConfigFile::MigrateOldConfig().
    - Changed CalcMapName() to return an FString instead of a pointer to a static
      buffer.
    - Changed startmap in d_main.cpp into an FString.
    - Changed CheckWarpTransMap() to take an FString& as the first argument.
    - Changed d_mapname in g_level.cpp into an FString.
    - Changed DoSubstitution() in ct_chat.cpp to place the substitutions in an
      FString.
    - Fixed: The MAPINFO parser wrote into the string buffer to construct a map
      name when given a Hexen map number. This was fine with the old scanner
      code, but only a happy coincidence prevents it from crashing with the new
      code
    - Added the 'B' conversion specifier to StringFormat::VWorker() for printing
      binary numbers.
    - Added CMake support for building with MinGW, MSYS, and NMake. Linux support
      is probably broken until I get around to booting into Linux again. Niceties
      provided over the existing Makefiles they're replacing:
      * All command-line builds can use the same build system, rather than having
        a separate one for MinGW and another for Linux.
      * Microsoft's NMake tool is supported as a target.
      * Progress meters.
      * Parallel makes work from a fresh checkout without needing to be primed
        first with a single-threaded make.
      * Porting to other architectures should be simplified, whenever that day
        comes.
    - Replaced the makewad tool with zipdir. This handles the dependency tracking
      itself instead of generating an external makefile to do it, since I couldn't
      figure out how to generate a makefile with an external tool and include it
      with a CMake-generated makefile. Where makewad used a master list of files
      to generate the package file, zipdir just zips the entire contents of one or
      more directories.
    - Added the gdtoa package from netlib's fp library so that ZDoom's printf-style
      formatting can be entirely independant of the CRT.
    
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