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Version 0.44 pre1 of Ecere SDK

Release Notes: The toolkit will now build on 64-bit Linux systems (still as 32-bit). New more flexible (per file, config, and platform) project files (.epj) are supported. The IDE now generates cross-platform makefiles. The samples were updated, added to, and reorganized. A collection of useful eC code for diverse purposes ("extras") was added. There were improvements and bugfixes to the compiler and throughout the SDK.

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    •  09 Aug 2013 18:46

      Release Notes: The Windows installer has been updated with TDM/MinGW-w64. A lot of bugs were fixed.

      •  23 Apr 2013 00:12

        Release Notes: The eC compiler has been improved. Compatibility with C headers has been improved. Various bugs have been fixed.

        •  28 Mar 2013 10:03

          Release Notes: Memory corruption bugs were fixed. A bug causing the build to fail on PowerPC was fixed. Cross-bitness compiling issues were fixed. UTF-8 text processing issues were fixed. (De)serialization of Map container objects was fixed. A ListBox row moving bug was fixed. Various IDE bugs were fixed.

          •  11 Mar 2013 18:23

            Release Notes: Support for 64-bit architectures has been implemented. Support for MinGW-w64 has been added. Applications can now be deployed on Android, with support for basic features. OS X and FreeBSD support has been Improved. Various bugs have been fixed.

            •  08 Nov 2012 22:28

            Release Notes: Many issues have been fixed: the Debian packages not installing on 64-bit systems, issues with GCC 4.7, and build issues with ARM and big endian (PPC) builds. The target and host platform confusion in build system/makefiles has been resolved. __attribute__ qualifiers are now handled properly in the compiler. All per node settings in the build system are now properly resolved. Support for a SYSROOT and GCC prefix save has been added to the compiler settings. The tarball supports cross-compiling (e.g. building for MinGW on Linux). This release adds initial support for the Android platform.


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