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Timestamp:
Dec 8, 2012, 4:43:30 PM (6 years ago)
Author:
Hartmut Kaiser
Message:

Wave: merging from trunk

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branches/release
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    2121CHANGELOG
    2222
    23 - Added util::create_directories() wrapper to account for new behavior of
    24   boost::filesystem::create_directories().
    25 - Fixed an obscure problem when preprocessing directives wouldn't be recognized
    26   if the previous line contained nothing but an empty macro invocation
    27   (see new test case t_9_023.cpp)
    28 - Added a new command line option --license=<file> to the Wave driver tool
    29   which allows to pre-pend the content of a (license) file to every newly
    30   created file. This option simplifies the implementation of partial
    31   preprocessing as done on Phoenix, Fusion, etc.
    32 - Changed the effect of the -N command line option to simply not expand
    33   the macro by pretending it was not defined. Earlier the whole invocation
    34   sequence was skipped, now we skip only the macro itself, which still expands
    35   the arguments for the macro invocation.
     23Boost V1.53:
     24 - Fixed a problem with context<>::add_macro_definition which sometimes
     25   appended a superfluous T_EOF to the macro replacement list.
    3626
    3727Boost V1.52.0:
    38  - Fixed a couple of compilation warnings
     28 - Added util::create_directories() wrapper to account for new behavior of
     29   boost::filesystem::create_directories().
     30 - Fixed an obscure problem when preprocessing directives wouldn't be recognized
     31   if the previous line contained nothing but an empty macro invocation
     32   (see new test case t_9_023.cpp)
     33 - Added a new command line option --license=<file> to the Wave driver tool
     34   which allows to pre-pend the content of a (license) file to every newly
     35   created file. This option simplifies the implementation of partial
     36   preprocessing as done on Phoenix, Fusion, etc.
     37 - Changed the effect of the -N command line option to simply not expand
     38   the macro by pretending it was not defined. Earlier the whole invocation
     39   sequence was skipped, now we skip only the macro itself, which still expands
     40   the arguments for the macro invocation.
     41  - Fixed a couple of compilation warnings
    3942
    4043Boost V1.51.0
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