Release Notes: This release is the result of 17 months of hard work to enhance the support of shared libraries and to make pmkscan a premium tool that makes autoconf compatibility useless.
Release Notes: This snapshot is the last before the 0.10 release of pmk. A problem is still unresolved on i386 based Mac OS X.
Release Notes: This snapshot contains library support for pmkscan and various fixes. These are experimental changes that have only been tested on platforms with shared library support.
Release Notes: This new snapshot will allow you to play with a functional version of pmkscan. The project now use makefiles that have been generated by pmkscan itself. More compatibility code, such as vsnprintf(), was added.
Release Notes: This snapshot contains all the recent changes done in pmkscan concerning automatic pmkfile and makefile generation from source scanning.
Release Notes: This release includes privilege separation for pmksetup when used with root privileges. CPU detection support for IA64 and Alpha processors has been added. The decision to keep the original path separator (":") has been taken to keep compatibility and to avoid too much useless processing of the data. This change means that you absolutely need to update your pmk.conf before using pmk.
Release Notes: CPU detection (i386 and AMD-64) has been added, and the parser engine has been rewritten. The If command has been completed by the new ELSE command. There are a lot of command improvements (a DEFS option and multiple targets). The pmkcfg.sh script has been enhanced (POSIX shell detection, and binary and variable detection). There are many bugfixes, code cleanups, and other changes.
Release Notes: This snapshot introduces CPU detection, starting with x86 support. Other architectures will follow. Miscellaneous improvements were made, particularly in pmkcfg.sh and in the tests directory.
Release Notes: This release has an improved pmkinstall, pkg-config internal support, a pkg-config alternative named pmkpc, compiler detection, and basic shared library support. Many pieces of code have been improved and fixed, and the man pages were updated. A tutorial has been added.
Release Notes: This release adds more missing options to pmkpc, as well as a man page. Work has been done on the experimental support for shared libraries, which is the main purpose of this snapshot. There are some improvements to the code, new samples, and some bugfixes.