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GNU poke 2.0.92 pre-released in alpha.gnu.org

From: Jose E. Marchesi
Subject: GNU poke 2.0.92 pre-released in alpha.gnu.org
Date: Sun, 06 Feb 2022 20:16:25 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/28.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Changes from 2.0.91:

- Update jitter submodule.

  On all of the next platforms the best dispatch changed from either
  minimal-threading or no-threading to direct-threading:

  + aarch64, alpha, arm (including Thumb), mips32 pre r6 (both endiannesses)
  + mips32r6 (both endiannesss), riscv32, riscv64
  + powerpc32 (both endiannesses), s390x, sparc32, sparc64

  On architectures not mentioned above the best dispatch was
  direct-threading, and remains so after the change.

  Disable minimal-threading by default on every architecture including

- pkl: Fix assertion
- Avoid using uninitialized value in application and use PRIx64
- import getsockaddr gnulib module and avoid warning
- the testsuite now works with older Tcl
- pk-cmd-def.c: pass a `pmatch' argument to regexec even if ignored
- document the :ios argument of the `dump' command in both manual and
  online help.
- remove obsolete AM_DISTCHECK_CONFIGURE_FLAG settings
- Latest versions of both Autoconf and Automake were used to create
  the release tarball.

GNU poke (http://www.jemarch.net/poke) is an interactive, extensible
editor for binary data.  Not limited to editing basic entities such as
bits and bytes, it provides a full-fledged procedural, interactive
programming language designed to describe data structures and to
operate on them.

The pre-release poke-2.0.92.tar.gz is now available at

The planned date for releasing 2.1 is Tuesday 8 February 2022, but
this may change depending on the amount of problems found in this
pre-release, and the subsequent needed additional pre-releases.

Please report any problem found with the pre-release, comments or
patches to poke-devel@gnu.org.

In behalf of the poke developers, thanks!

Jose E. Marchesi    jemarch@gnu.org
GNU Project         http://www.gnu.org

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