Release Notes: Bytemap functions were added to accelerate parsing. Custom formatters were sped up with a hash. Workarounds were added for a hidden Linux UIO 2GB limit and GCC 4.x symbol aliasing brain damage. Solaris build fixes were made along with a fix for a problem with loading zero-sized files with vstr_sc_*_file() and a couple of other minor problems.
Release Notes: Some corner case bugs found in applications were fixed. Unit testing is still at 100% code coverage. Some minor tweaks were made to make the API friendlier. The HTTPD example application should now be faster, HTTP/1.1 compliant, secure from remote attacks, able to stop response splitting, and able to employ gzip content-encoding. Build fixes were made for non-Linux platforms.
Release Notes: Additional unit testing code was added, giving 100% code coverage that tests every line of code in the library. Some functions were added to assist with working with binary data, using iterators, doing user friend byte output with large numbers, and working with things like gmp. The build system is now much nicer with the examples being built by default, compilation on FreeBSD working by default, and LFS support being more developer friendly. Some work was made on the RPMs.
Release Notes: This release adds more testing (now at over 99% code coverage), fixes one large bug and a couple of smaller bugs, adds a few functions for storing constant data in the configuration, and now internally uses a group allocator for Vstr_ref for some operations.
Release Notes: The output using vstr_sc_fmt_add_ptr() was fixed, as the wrong type was used for vstr_sc_fmt_cb_beg(). vstr_export_chr() was changed to make it easier to optimize for GCC. Custom formatters now accept %d instead of the field width or precision in the static format checkers compat. Build fixes were made for Cygwin, 64-bit architectures, and ICC. Debug mode no longer raises false errors when changing certain configuration values to be externally allocated.
Release Notes: Temporary strings can now be created, used, and destroyed without entering malloc(). More testing, now at over 98% code coverage. Features so that the printf-like function can easily emulate some more common extensions, including configurable grouping per number base and the ability to print numbers in base 2.
Release Notes: Slightly more testing was done, now at over 96% code coverage. Another set of corner cases were fixed. More documentation was written, including a tutorial on custom formatters. A bunch of functions were added to help with creating custom formatters for number types. A GMP factorial example using customer formatters for the mpz_t types was added.
Release Notes: A tutorial was added to the documentation. Slightly more testing was done, now at almost 96% code coverage. Another couple of corner cases were fixed. A simple C to HTML converter example was added. Parts of the examples were redone to be simpler for the tutorial. A vstr_ref_make_strdup() function was added.
Release Notes: More tests were added. The test-suite now tests over 95% of the code. Another set of corner cases was fixed. More documentation was written. Some portability fixes were made.
Release Notes: More tests were added to the testsuite. Some corner case bugs were found and fixed. The testsuite now covers over 89% of the code. A CSV file parser was added as an example program.