Version 1.5.0 of CIL (C Intermediate Language)

Release Notes: The major change in this release is the introduction of a Question variant in the Cil.exp type, to represent expressions such as 1 == 2 ? 3: 4. It is enabled by the flag --useLogicalOperators. By default, legacy code should therefore compile and run without trouble against CIL 1.5.0, except for a few "non-exhaustive pattern matching" warnings on Cil.exp variables. This release also adds support for new GCC attributes and builtins, and fixes a number of issues, thanks to many bug reports and patches.

Other releases

  •  25 Jul 2013 00:19

    Release Notes: This release fixes installation of the CIL library. It fixes machine-independent flags in cilly (eg. -fPIC).

    •  27 Jun 2013 14:27

    Release Notes: Building and installation of the CIL library was fixed.

    •  18 Jun 2013 20:42

    Release Notes: This release improves the build system and installation (available as an opam package).

    •  03 Jun 2013 22:08

    Release Notes: This release supports C99 flexible array members, supports GCC’s “case range” extension (--useCaseRange), adds a “regtest” make target to run regression tests, installs cilly as a proper Perl script, and adds many bugfixes.

    •  22 Mar 2013 21:23

    Release Notes: New features: support for static local variables and GCC’s "computed gotos" (or "labels as values"). Various bugfixes.

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