[Vm-dev] 126.96.36.1995 for Unix
José L. Redrejo Rodríguez
jredrejo at edu.juntaextremadura.net
Mon Dec 28 19:10:01 UTC 2009
after compiling the new version, I see you haven't included npsqueak in
the cmake conversion, so it's not compiled now.
Must I suppose you don't plan to support it anymore or is it just
something you forgot?
El mié, 16-09-2009 a las 19:35 -0700, Ian Piumarta escribió:
> Dear Unix Squeakers,
> 188.8.131.525 for Unix is now available at squeakvm.org/unix (sources
> plus binaries for MacOS/Darwin, Linux, NetBSD, FreeBSD and Solaris,
> on Intel and, occasionally, PowerPC hardware). Some important stuff
> has changed in this release (see notes below) so please consider it a
> BETA release even though there is no beta tag on the version number.
> As usual: comments, suggestions, bug fixes (as whole files please
> *not* diffs) and any unwanted vinyl LPs sitting in your attic can be
> sent directly to me. Thanks.
> Changes since 3.10-6:
> Numbering scheme changed to X.Y.Z.R where X.Y.Z = VMMaker version used
> to generate the Interpreter and R is the subversion revision of the
> platform support code.
> VMMaker and plugins updated to most recent versions; generated source
> Build system rewritten using CMake instead of autotools. Big
> THANK-YOU to Bert, Subbu and Dave Lewis for providing invaluable
> Any plugin can now be turned off in configure with the option
> Experimental PulseAudio driver (vm-sound-pulse) added, thanks to Derek
> O'Connell. Default is still OSS on Linux; if you want pulse you have
> to ask for it in one of the usual ways.
> FFI tweaked on Linux to avoid a potential FPU stack overflow.
> ClipboardExtendedPlugin will no longer try to build if you don't have
> X11 development headers and libs.
> FileCopyPlugin made resilient to EINTR.
> VM renamed to 'squeakvm'. 'squeak' is now a script that looks for
> 'squeakvm', figures out if you need any obscure command-line options,
> and then launches 'squeakvm' for you. This in turn allows...
> Plugin search stretegy rationalised and simplified. Default location
> is now the executable directory (where 'squeakvm' is installed). The
> -plugins argument can be a colon-separated list of locations to
> search, just like PATH. Plugins are named 'so.plugin' to make
> interference with FFI libraries less likely.
> NOTE: FFI libraries are no longer searched for in every single nook
> and cranny, which means you might have to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH (or
> your local equivalent) for FFI-based programs to work properly.
> Failure to load a plugin because of unresolved symbols is now always
> reported on the terminal.
> Another script 'squeak.sh' is provided for launching squeak from a
> menu. This isn't finished and suggestions are welcome.
> Default path and text encoding is now UTF-8.
> X11 driver no longer reports SHIFT pressed when CAPS LOCK engaged.
> SerialPlugin now supports named ports.
> All occurences of dprintf() renamed to avoid a name conflict with a
> less-than-stellar decision by POSIX to introduce a standard function
> of the same name.
> RomePlugin is no longer built if cairo was built without Pango
> iconv_open() no longer spams you with thousands of error messages if
> you are missing conversion tables.
> Valid unicode characters that have no corresponding keycode are
> reported with keycode zero to avoid an invalid index error in the
> XImmPlugin should now work on MacOS X/Darwin too.
> Sound driver on MacOS X now works on Intel as well as PowerPC.
> Various changes to make the VM compile and run on GNU/Linux running on
> DEC Alpha.
> vm-sound-Sun now uses asynchronous i/o.
> Various changes to fix compilation on Solaris.
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