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Sun, 15 Dec 2002 20:29:18 +1000
I have updated the CVS version of treecc:
- The skeleton files (e.g. "c_skel.c") are compiled into the
binary, so there should be no more problems with finding the
skeleton files for inclusion into treecc output.
- The non-cygwin build is now the default when building for Win32.
It is no longer necessary to do "./configure --disable-cygwin".
A stand-alone Win32 binary that can run outside Cygwin is built
by default (this only applies to treecc - not pnet yet).
- I've added a "make-zip.sh" script, to assist with building zip
file binary packages for Win32 systems. The binary package
includes the treecc binary and documentation in man, html,
and pdf formats. You will need a full texinfo installation to
build the documentation, including "texi2dvi" and "texi2html".
The zip builder will also work on non-Win32 systems, although
zip packages aren't necessarily the best option elsewhere.
Please test out treecc and let me know if there are any problems
with these changes.
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