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autogen-5.11.1-2.3 RPM for x86_64

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Name: autogen Distribution: openSUSE 11.4
Version: 5.11.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 2.3 Build date: Tue Feb 22 23:51:54 2011
Group: Development/Tools/Building Build host: build03
Size: 1032310 Source RPM: autogen-5.11.1-2.3.src.rpm
Summary: Automated Text File Generator
AutoGen is a tool designed for generating program files that contain
repetitive text with varied substitutions.  Its goal is to simplify the
maintenance of programs that contain large amounts of repetitious text.
This is especially valuable if there are several blocks of such text
that must be kept synchronized in parallel tables.

    Bruce Korb <>






* Mon Sep 13 2010
  - Add patch from to fix building the documentation
    with an uninstalled libopts.
* Thu Sep 09 2010
  - Update to 5.11.1:
    * Fix (kill) orphaned shell program
    * add file-next-line functions to facilitate #line "C" directives
    * simplify some snprintfv code
    * implement dependency generation in autogen output.
    * fix up fmemopen()
    * Fixes for unusual shell programs
    * Remove guile option code
* Wed Apr 01 2009
  - disable static libraries but keep "la" files, package uses
* Mon Jan 12 2009
  - Update to autogen 5.9.7.
    * several cleanups.
    * "more-help" is only supported with libopts is in use at run time.
      Allow for it to be expunged from the documentation.
    * Add a #define for the configured shell to config.h
    * add --used-defines to autogen.  You can now find out all the names
      that autogen looked up during processing.  That will include computed
      names and values passed to macros by name and it won't include names
      only referenced in sections of a template that were not processed.
      But it helps in documenting a template anyway.
* Mon Nov 17 2008
  - Update to autogen 5.9.6.
    * Hierarchically valued options can now be stored with ``--save-opt'' option
    * option state may now be "reset".  This is indistinguishable from the
      compiled state.  If option state is "saved" later, such an option will
      not appear in the save file.
    * there is a new option argument type:  time.  Its argument string
      represents years (?!), months, weeks, days, hours, minutes and seconds.
      The value seen by the program is an integer number of seconds.
      (This is not a date/time.)  The duration of a year is always 365 days
      and the duration of a month is always 30 days.
    * various obscure cleanups.
* Mon Jan 07 2008
  - Update to autogen 5.9.5.
    * integer number arguments may now have their values suffixed with
      one of the letters k/K/m/M/g/G/t/T to signify scaling by powers
      of 1000 (lower case) or 1024 (upper case).  Specify, "scaled".
    * AutoOpts "arg-type" may now be set to "file".  Existence of the directory
      portion of the name will be checked.  The existence (or not) of the actual
      file may also be checked.  Finally, the file may be pre-opened with either
      "fopen(3C)" or "open(2)".
    * The "columns" program now accepts a "--fill" option to cause it to fill
      text instead of filling columns.
    * The tests should no longer indirectly reference installed versions of
      the binaries.  They should all work out of the build directories.
* Mon Oct 08 2007
  - Update to autogen 5.9.3.
    * libopts requires strsignal, so the config test has been moved.
    * fixed ``--save'' option bug
    * programs may now choose to have config files kept in cannonical form
      ("C" locale), even if long option names are translated.  The option
      definition file must contain ``no-xlate = opt-cfg;'' or
      ``no-xlate = opt;''  See the documentation for details.
* Mon Jul 30 2007
  - Update to autogen 5.9.2.
    * GNU GPL v3 is now emitted with the "gpl" and "lgpl" functions.
    * usage.tpl template has been added.
    * getopt.tpl uses this template for constructing its usage string.
    * if "short-usage" or "full-usage" can be used to specify the form
      of the usage text:
    * not supplied -> compute it at run time
    * supplied, but empty -> use "usage.tpl" to compute it
    * is a variable name -> insert into option structure
    * is text -> emit the text and point to it from option structure
* Mon May 07 2007
  - Update to autogen 5.9.1.
    * getopt.tpl template is fixed to not require the internal header
    * MAXPATHLEN will use _MAX_PATH on Windows platforms
    * new libopts configuration option: --disable-optional-args This will #define
      NO_OPTIONAL_OPT_ARGS in config.h and cause the built library to ignore the
      OPTST_ARG_OPTIONAL bit in an option descriptor.  autoopts generated code
      compiled with NO_OPTIONAL_OPT_ARGS #defined will never have that bit set in
      the option descriptors either.  If libopts has been so configured, then the
      installed options.h header will contain: #define NO_OPTIONAL_OPT_ARGS 1 so
      that client code will generally be compiled with that flag set.
      The OPTST_ARG_OPTIONAL bit is ignored regardless.
    * Fixed up --load-opts environment variable processing.  You can
      now correctly suppress config file loading with either:
    * added new auto-supported option, --usage.  It is incorporated
      by specifying ``usage-opt;'' in the option definitions file.
    * libopts now uses several exit codes from sysexits.h:
      EX_NOINPUT  (66) - a specified config file cannot be found
      EX_SOFTWARE (70) - libopts error - please file a bug report
      EX_CONFIG   (78) - a NULL option descriptor was passed in - user bug
* Sun Feb 18 2007
  - Update to autogen 5.9.
    * a script for producing Debian packages is included
    * including of templates and definitions now works more like
      ``#include "foo"'' instead of ``#include <foo>''.
    * fixed sizeof(int) != sizeof(size_t) bug.
    * fixed incorrect argument number format string



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