the optional reference counting where the reference count of a non-reference counted and deleted object could get checked to see if the object was reference counted.
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|config||Make sure we ship up-to-date config.guess and config.sub|
|patches||Bootstrap with doxygen 1.8.8|
|xapian-applications/omega||docs/termprefixes.rst,omindex.cc,templates/query: Index the filename|
|xapian-bindings||python/Makefile.am,python3/Makefile.am: SWIG now automatically|
|xapian-core||include/xapian/intrusive_ptr.h,tests/api_none.cc: Fix issue with|
|xapian-data||Fix incorrect Unicode codepoints for o-double-acute and u-double-acute|
|xapian-letor||bin/questletor.cc,bin/xapian-letor-update.cc: Add spaces between|
|xapian-maintainer-tools||Don't try to cross-build the bindings|
|.gitignore||Create .gitignore files from svn:ignore using "git svn create-ignore"…|
|README||Vagrantfile,xapian-core/HACKING,README: Experimental Vagrant/VirtualBox|
|Vagrantfile||Vagrantfile,xapian-core/HACKING,README: Experimental Vagrant/VirtualBox|
|bootstrap||Pull out CONFIGURE_COMMAND make variable|
Welcome to the Xapian repository! ================================= Xapian is split into several modules, which are held in sub-directories of the directory containing this file. The core code and documentation is in the xapian-core module. If you're new to hacking on Xapian, you should probably start by reading the xapian-core/HACKING file. If you're new to Xapian entirely, you should probably read the xapian-core/README file, or you can find further information on our website at http://xapian.org/ See the section "Building from git" in xapian-core/HACKING for details on getting started. Experimental: we have support for building an Ubuntu VM using Vagrant and VirtualBox. `vagrant up` will start the process, although it can currently take a long time to download and install all the relevant packages. See "Using a Vagrant-driven Ubuntu virtual machine" in xapian-core/HACKING for details.