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[Logs-devel] LoGS 0.1.0 released!

From: Jim Prewett
Subject: [Logs-devel] LoGS 0.1.0 released!
Date: Thu, 15 Sep 2005 14:00:18 -0600 (MDT)


I've just packed up LoGS 0.1.0!  

Here's the highlights of the changes:

changed loading mechanism.  LoGS will now build in ~6 seconds on my
laptop when there is "nothing to be recompiled" (this isn't GNU make,
so I'm not positive I've got it right right now).

Added +use-sql+ constant for building in SQL support (and
buffered-sql-followers).  By default, the SQL support is disabled.

Added to variable documentation in code.  Now the documentation
strings are much more verbose and simular to what is in the manual.

Fixed testing code so that all tests would pass with CLISP.  The bug
was in the difference between CLISP and /every other Lisp/ i've seen
in that an inode could be reused by the OS.  I thought this was
CLISP's fault at first, but after tracing the system calls, its clear
that CLISP is doing the right thing.  I re-worked (and standardized!)
how the file rollover is simulated in the testing code. 

Minor fixups in CL-CLI package.  There is now a CL-CLI:help function
that displays information about the flags recognized by this
program. The help function should be called when the --help flag is
passed to your program.  This is what happens when you pass --help to

Serious updates to the manual.  Many more of the variables are
documented in the manual.  The "printed" version of the manual can now
be produced in GNU info format for terminal viewing! 


James E. Prewett                    address@hidden address@hidden 
Systems Team Leader           LoGS: http://www.hpc.unm.edu/~download/LoGS/ 
Designated Security Officer         OpenPGP key: pub 1024D/31816D93    
HPC Systems Engineer III   UNM HPC  505.277.8210

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