Release Notes: A bug was fixed which could lead to linking errors when running frost.
Release Notes: A bug which caused problems with dynamic_cast under certain conditions has been fixed, and the GNU bfd library is now used to read object files and shared libraries.
Release Notes: Several bugs have been fixed, and the linking speed has been improved considerably.
Release Notes: Some bugs and gcc 3.1-related problems have been fixed.
Release Notes: A bug has been fixed which caused an internal error while processing certain class hierarchies involving virtual base classes and multiple inheritance. The -I switch is processed correctly if the path is passed as separate argument.
Release Notes: A preprocessor bug was fixed, and Frost no longer aborts with an error if gcc did not create a class hierarchy dump for a translation unit.
Release Notes: This release is a major rewrite. Many limitations of the old version have been removed, and functions with virtual arguments can now really be used as if they were a native C++ feature. Code written for earlier versions of frost will not be compatible, but it will be easy to convert.
Release Notes: Several bugs were fixed, some configure options were added/changed, C++ function names in error messages were demangled, and a benchmark program has been added.
Release Notes: Some minor bugs were fixed, and parts of the code were moved to a separate library.
Release Notes: Template support, tons of bugfixes, and the STL that is shipped with gcc-2.95.2 is now parsed without problems.