Warning - major changes to 'theedge' committed
sofar at foo-projects.org
Thu Mar 16 21:56:58 UTC 2006
thanks, this probably slipped through - I'll fix this later.
On Thu, 16 Mar 2006 21:08:12 +0100, Couannette <couannette at free.fr> wrote:
> I've update The Edge and Moonbase tonight.
> I've done 'lunar optimize' and activated the wrapper scripts.
> But there is this message in compilations:
> cc1: warning: command line option "-Wno-deprecated" is valid for
> C++/ObjC++ but
> not for C
> Maybe it's just a mistake?
> sofar a écrit :
>> I have just committed a 70k patch to moonbase/theedge changing some
> internals drastically. Allthough the code is tested here I have no idea
> how some of the obscure parts of the code will behave with the changes I
> just made. Even though I see no strange behaviour, I kindly advise
> everyone that they should switch to using the 'lunar' core tools if they
> do not want to help testing this code. You can do this by just doing 'lin
>> People who update to the new theedge will have to do TWO things:
>> * install a NEW moonbase after upgrading their 'theedge'
>> * run `lunar optimize' before compiling any new modules
>> allthough everything should still work without these 2 steps, you might
> not get a properly optimized binary result until you have performed these
> actions at least once.
>> Here's the changelog for the changes:
>> * New optimization architecture - based on plugins
>> * All optimization menu's and code will move to moonbase plugins
>> * removed optimize.menu
>> * optimize.lunar is now only a plugin stub
>> * pre-compile optimizations are set using the BUILD_BUILD plugin type
>> * remove 'optimize' main call to optimizations
>> * Added "custom_filters" to allow on-the-fly compression of man-pages
>> * Attempt to display success/fail log when checking modules
>> * small performance tweak to unmap_device
>> * bugfix for aliases code (bug was not be noticeable to people)
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