Version 0.8.5 of pygccxml

Release Notes: A new feature was added that allows every declaration to report the types and declarations on which it depends. This functionality helps code generators. For example, Py++, the Boost.Python code generator, uses it to verify that all relevant declarations were exposed. Declarations, read from the GCC-XML generated file, can be saved in cache.

Other releases

  •  20 Oct 2008 23:47

    Release Notes: Support for ellipsis was added. A new experimental back-end, based on .pdb (progam database file), was added. A new high-level API wrapper for .bsc (browse source code file) was added. The search algorithm for template instantiated classes was improved. A few performance issues were fixed.

    •  05 Feb 2008 13:24

    Release Notes: This release adds support for GCC-XML 0.9, which is based on the GCC 4.2 parser. It also includes a few new features, several bugfixes, updated documentation, and a GCC-XML 0.7 to 0.9 upgrade guide.

    •  06 May 2007 18:33

    Release Notes: Performance was improved. The project is now 30-50% faster. A few small bugs were fixed.

    •  21 Dec 2006 05:41

    Release Notes: A new feature was added that allows every declaration to report the types and declarations on which it depends. This functionality helps code generators. For example, Py++, the Boost.Python code generator, uses it to verify that all relevant declarations were exposed. Declarations, read from the GCC-XML generated file, can be saved in cache.

    •  24 Aug 2006 11:41

    Release Notes: It has been ported to Mac OS X. New type traits were added. Logging and user messages related functionality were improved. Support for Java native types was added. Cache classes implementation and performance were improved.

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