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  • Michael G Schwern
    ... Oh yeah, I didn t update the snapshot. Thanks for the reminder. -- You can t control the universe with a jar of red pepper.
    Message 1 of 31 , Aug 1, 2003
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      On Fri, Aug 01, 2003 at 09:05:55AM +0100, Steve Hay wrote:
      > I just tried MM 6.13: that made no difference.
      >
      > Then I tried the snapshot (taken at 01 Aug 2003 07:55 UTC): that failed
      > loads of its own tests, but made no difference to the libapreq build
      > process.

      Oh yeah, I didn't update the snapshot. Thanks for the reminder.


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      You can't control the universe with a jar of red pepper.
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    • Nick Ing-Simmons
      ... Not really. There are some changes for PerlIO * vs FILE * but other than that I am unaware of anything significant in years. (But then so long as it works
      Message 31 of 31 , Aug 4, 2003
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        Michael G Schwern <schwern@...> writes:
        >On Mon, Aug 04, 2003 at 11:19:42AM +0100, Steve Hay wrote:
        >> Why isn't the typemap file distributed as part of ExtUtils-MakeMaker?
        >
        >typemap is very specific to the version of Perl, or so it is said.

        Not really. There are some changes for PerlIO * vs FILE *
        but other than that I am unaware of anything significant in years.
        (But then so long as it works I don't look)...

        Okay here are changes that have touched typemap in the mainline:

        Change 17989 on 2002/10/10 by hv@... 'Subject: PATCH: lib/ExtUtils/ty'
        Change 15534 on 2002/03/26 by jhi@alpha 'Subject: Re: [PATCH] STRLEN typ'
        Change 11621 on 2001/08/09 by jhi@alpha 'Subject: [PATCH] remove PL_na f'
        Change 9737 on 2001/04/18 by jhi@alpha 'Subject: [PATCH] XS::Typemap - '
        Change 9553 on 2001/04/05 by jhi@alpha 'Integrate changes #9544,9547,95'
        Change 9437 on 2001/03/29 by jhi@alpha 'Subject: [PATCH perl@9424] type'
        Change 9380 on 2001/03/27 by jhi@alpha 'Subject: [PATCH] Typemap testin'
        Change 8934 on 2001/02/25 by jhi@alpha 'Integrate perlio: [ 8927] Cha'
        Change 8359 on 2001/01/08 by jhi@alpha 'Integrate perlio: [ 8356] FIL'
        Change 8308 on 2001/01/04 by jhi@alpha 'Subject: [patch] typemap =~ s/c'
        Change 6918 on 2000/08/30 by jhi@alpha 'NVs not necessarily doubles, as'
        Change 6915 on 2000/08/30 by jhi@alpha 'Subject: [PATCH] fix misc cast '
        Change 6122 on 2000/05/28 by gsar@auger 'downgrade fatal error on C<"foo'
        Change 4255 on 1999/09/30 by gsar@auger 'remove prehistoric XFree() gunk'
        Change 4142 on 1999/09/13 by gsar@auger 'integrate cfgperl contents into'
        Change 4106 on 1999/09/08 by gsar@auger 'integrate cfgperl contents into'
        Change 3622 on 1999/07/06 by gsar@sparc26 'applied patch after demunging h'
        Change 3524 on 1999/06/09 by gsar@sparc26 'more complete support for impli'
        Change 2326 on 1998/11/27 by gsar@aatma 'integrate changes#2304,2305,230'
        Change 1578 on 1998/07/20 by gsar@aatma 'complete s/foo/PL_foo/ changes '
        Change 1575 on 1998/07/20 by gsar@aatma 'integrate ansi branch to get s/'
        Change 822 on 1998/03/16 by mbeattie@localhost 'Bump patchlevel.h to 63. '
        Change 496 on 1998/02/11 by mbeattie@localhost 'Integrate win32 into mainline. '
        Change 457 on 1998/02/03 by mbeattie@localhost 'Integrate win32 into mainline. '
        Change 439 on 1998/01/27 by mbeattie@localhost 'Integrate ansi branch into main'
        Change 296 on 1997/11/25 by mbeattie@localhost 'Integrate from ansi branch to m'
        Change 77 on 1997/09/29 by mbeattie@localhost 'Start merge with maint-5.004 br'
        Change 18 on 1997/05/25 by mbeattie@localhost 'First stab at 5.003 -> 5.004 in'
        Change 1 on 1997/03/28 by mbeattie@localhost 'Perl 5.003 check-in '
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