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Version 1.7.1 of makl

Release Notes: Usage of toolchain variables from configure scripts was fixed.

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    •  23 Jan 2012 23:29

    Release Notes: MK: a fix for a bug in the mkdep.gcc.sh helper that was causing a compilation error on new versions of GCC (e.g. Ubuntu Oneiric with GCC 4.6.1). CF: makl_test_dir() to specify custom directory for test files; a couple of --help fixes and cleanup; a fix for the featx varname parameter; and command line args for dash-separated ids are now working. TC: the clang toolchain has been added on Darwin (darwin-clang.tc); an OpenSolaris toolchains fix; a QNX momentics 6.5.0 toolchain fix; and the QNX GNU toolchain for ARMv7 has been added.

    •  29 Oct 2010 08:38

      Release Notes: Support was added for Minix3/GCC, Minix3/ACK, OpenSolaris/GCC, and OpenSolaris/SunStudioExpress.

      •  29 Oct 2009 14:49

        Release Notes: /bin/bash has been set as the default shell on Linux to avoid the "can't shift that many" bug with Ubuntu's dash. Intermediate file removal is forced during lex/yacc dependencies execution.

        •  20 Feb 2009 14:38

        Release Notes: This release completes the revamp of the makl* tools, adds Unix man pages for all makl* commands, supports Solaris/GCC and DragonFly BSD, simplifies the auto-configuration procedure, supports the Intel C/C++ compiler on Linux, produces dynamic libraries (DLLs) on Windows via MinGW and Cygwin, sets the OBJDIR variable to prog and lib templates for multiple target builds, and adds a host of --makl-* commandline flags to maklsh.

        •  29 Apr 2008 09:40

          Release Notes: Usage of toolchain variables from configure scripts was fixed.

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