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boost-jam-3.1.19-3.1.2 RPM for i586

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Name: boost-jam Distribution: openSUSE 12.1
Version: 3.1.19 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: 3.1.2 Build date: Sat Oct 29 07:38:06 2011
Group: Development/Tools/Building Build host: build35
Size: 156640 Source RPM: boost-jam-3.1.19-3.1.2.src.rpm
Summary: An Enhanced Make Replacement
Boost Jam is a build tool based on FTJam, which in turn is based on
Perforce Jam. It contains significant improvements made to facilitate
its use in the Boost Build System, but should be backward compatible
with Perforce Jam.

    Perforce Jam : Cristopher Seiwald
    FT Jam    : David Turner
    Boost Jam : David Abrahams






* Mon Mar 14 2011
  - Update to 3.1.19.
  - Recompress with xz.
* Wed Apr 07 2010
  - Update to 3.1.18:
      and UPDATE_NOW.
    * Ensure all file descriptors are closed when executing actions complete
      on *nix.
    * Fix warnings, patch from Mateusz Loskot.
    * Add KEEP_GOING var to programatically override the '-q' option.
    * Add more parameters, up to 19 from 9, to rule invocations. Patch from
      Jonathan Biggar.
    * Print failed command output even if the normally quite '-d0' option.
    * Build of bjam with vc10, aka Visual Studio 2010.
    * More macros for detection of OSPLAT, patch from John W. Bito.
    * Add PARALLELISM var to programatically override the '-j' option.
    * Tweak doc building to allow for PDF generation of docs.
  - clean up the SPEC file
  - regenerated patches
* Fri Feb 13 2009
  - Use -fno-strict-aliasing to make the program run on SLES9.
* Tue Feb 10 2009
  - Update to 3.1.17:
    * Reflect the results of calling bjam from Python.
    * Try to work around at least one compiler bug with GCC and variable
      aliasing that causes crashes with hashing file cache entries.
    * Isolate running of bjam tests to individual bjam instances to prevent
      possible spillover errors from one test affecting another test.
      Separate the bjam used to run the tests vs. the bjam being tested. And
      add automatic re-building of the bjam being tested.
    * Fix some possible overrun issues revealed by Fortify build. Thanks to
      Steven Robbins for pointing out the issues.
    * Handle \n and \r escape sequences.
    * Minor edits to remove -Wall warnings.
    * Dynamically adjust pwd buffer query size to allow for when PATH_MAX is
      default defined instead of being provided by the system C library.
    * Minor perf improvement for bjam by replacing hash function with faster
      version. Only 1% diff for Boost tree.
    * Updated Boost Jam's error location reporting when parsing Jamfiles. Now
      it reports the correct error location information when encountering an
      unexpected EOF. It now also reports where an invalid lexical token
      being read started instead of finished which makes it much easier to
      find errors like unclosed quotes or curly braces.
    * Removed the -xarch=generic architecture from build.jam as this option is
      unknown to the Sun compilers on Linux.
    * Fixed a bug with T_FATE_ISTMP getting reported as T_FATE_ISTMP &
      T_FATE_NEEDTMP at the same time due to a missing break in a switch
    * Fixed a Boost Jam bug causing it to sometimes trigger actions depending
      on targets that have not been built yet.
    * Added missing documentation for Boost Jam's :T variable expansion
      modifier which converts all back-slashes ('\') to forward slashed ('/').
    * Corrected a potential memory leak in Boost Jam's builtin_shell()
      function that would appear should Boost Jam ever start to release its
      allocated string objects.
    * Made all Boost Jam's ECHO commands automatically flush the standard
      output to make that output more promptly displayed to the user.
    * Made Boost Jam tests quote their bjam executable name when calling it
      allowing those executables to contain spaces in their name and/or path.
    * Change execunix.c to always use fork() instead of vfork() on the Mac.
      This works around known issues with bjam on PPC under Tiger and a
      problem reported by Rene with bjam on x86 under Leopard.
    * Corrected a bug in Boost Jam's base Jambase script causing it to trim
      the error message displayed when its boost-build rule gets called
      multiple times.
    * When importing from Python into an module with empty string as name,
      import into root module.
    * Patch for the NORMALIZE_PATH builtin Boost Jam rule as well as an
      appropriate update for the path.jam Boost Build module where that rule
      was being used to implement path join and related operations.
    * Fixed a bug causing Boost Jam not to handle target file names specified
      as both short and long file names correctly.
    * Relaxed test, ignoring case of drive letter.
    * Implemented a patch contributed by Igor Nazarenko reimplementing the
      list_sort() function to use a C qsort() function instead of a
      hand-crafted merge-sort algorithm.  Makes some list sortings (e.g.
      1,2,1,2,1,2,1,2, ...) extremely faster, in turn significantly speeding
      up some project builds.
    * Solved the problem with bjam going into an active wait state, hogging up
      processor resources, when waiting for one of its child processes to
      terminate while not all of its available child process slots are being
    * Solved a race condition between bjam's output reading/child process
      termination detection and the child process's output
      generation/termination which could have caused bjam not to collect the
      terminated process's final output.
    * Code reformatting and cleanups.
    * Implement ISFILE built-in.
* Fri Sep 05 2008
  - Update to 3.1.16:
    * Plug memory leak when closing out actions.
    * Various improvements to __TIMINGRULE_ and __ACTIONRULE_ target
      variable hooks.
    * Change JAMDATE to use common ISO date format.
    * Add test for result status values of simple actions, i.e.
      empty actions.
    * Fix buffer overrun bug in expanding @() subexpressions.
    * Check empty string invariants, instead of assuming all strings
      are allocated. And reset strings when they are freed.
    * Add OSPLAT=PARISC for HP-UX PA-RISC. -- Boris G.
    * Make quietly actions really quiet by not printing the command
      output. The output for the quietly actions is still available
      through __ACTIONRULE_.
    * When setting OSPLAT, check __ia64 macro.
    * Get the unix timing working correctly.
    * Add -fno-strict-aliasing to compilation with gcc. Which works
      around GCC-4.2 crash problems.
    * Increased support for Python integration.
    * Allow specifying options with quotes, i.e. --with-python=xyz,
      to work around the CMD shell using = as an argument separator.
    * Add values of variables specified with -s to .EVNRION module,
      so that we can override environment on command line.
    * Make NORMALIZE_PATH convert to /.
* Fri Jul 27 2007
  - Directly pass CFLAGS and RPM_OPTFLAGS to jam0 when bootstrapping
    (obsoletes the fix from Daniel Schepler) and pass
    - fno-strict-aliasing to gcc to fix the bjam segfault.
  - Build optimized binary but don't strip it.
* Tue Jul 24 2007
  - fix early bjam segfault with gcc-4.2 (fix from Daniel Schepler)
  - add testsuite from today's boost CVS and allow a maxium of 5 fails
  - build debug binary by default, adds debuginfo package(thanks pth)
* Thu Jul 19 2007
  - Update to 3.1.14. Changes since 3.1.4:
    * Implement NATIVE_FILE builtin and several native rules.
    * Use default value of BOOST_BUILD_PATH is not is set in environment.
* Sat May 27 2006
  - Don't strip binaries.
* Wed Jan 25 2006
  - converted neededforbuild to BuildRequires



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