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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Thu, 17 Oct 2013
[ 08:36:28 gahr ] Original commit   Revision:330617
seed7 lang files touched by this commit High-level, extensible programming language
- Update to 05_20131013

  Changes:

    20131013:
    - Libraries for TLS (Transport Layer Security), SSL (Secure Sockets
      Layer) and HTTPS (HyperText Transfer Protocol Secure) support have
      been added. The new libraries are: arc4.s7i, asn1.s7i, cipher.s7i,
      gethttps.s7i, hmac.s7i, pkcs1.s7i, tls.s7i and x509cert.s7i.
    - Comparison operators for < (proper subset) and > (proper superset)
      have been added to hashsetof.s7i.
    - The type digestAlgorithm and the functions msgDigest, blockSize
      and digestSize have been added to msgdigest.s7i.
    - The function hex has been added to bytedata.s7i.
    - The example program castle.sd7 has been improved to avoid, that
      an item can be dropped on an illegal place.
    - The library make.s7i has been improved to accept the option -p for
      the cp command.
    - Documentation comments have been added to sockbase.s7i,
      socket.s7i, atom.c, entutl.c, soclib.c, soc_rtl.c and striutl.c.
    - The padding in the message digest functions of msgdigest.s7i has
      been corrected. Now the functions pad nothing instead of 64 bytes,
      when the message length is 55 (mod 64).
    - The function getHttp in gethttp.s7i has been improved to use
      a case-insensitive comparison for HTTP header field names.
    - In exec.c the functions eval_arg_list and dump_arg_list have been
      improved to avoid reading from freed memory. This occured in very
      rare cases.
    - The functions find_action (in actutl.c), fltParse (in flt_rtl.c),
      cmdConfigValue (in cmd_rtl.c) and find_sysvar (in syvarutl.c)
      have been improved to use the macros MAX_STRI_EXPORT_LEN and
      max_utf8_size.
    - Interpreter and runtime library have been improved to ignore the
      signal SIGPIPE. Writing to a broken pipe or socket raises the
      exception FILE_ERROR instead.
    - The functions bln_and and bln_or in blnlib.c have been improved
      to return either SYS_TRUE_OBJECT or SYS_FALSE_OBJECT.
    - The program chkccomp.c has been improved to determine the
      alignment used by malloc and whether an access to unaligned memory
      succeeds.
    - Usages of ALLOC_CHUNK in flistutl.h have been improved to allocate
      aligned memory the same way as malloc returns aligned memory.
    - The program chkccomp.c has been improved to define the macro
      'inline', when the C compiler does not support the keyword inline.
    - Occurances of 'INLINE' have been replaced with 'inline' in the
      files analyze.c, atom.c, big_gmp.c, big_rtl.c, chr_rtl.c, exec.c,
      findid.c, infile.c, int_rtl.c, numlit.c, parser.c, rfl_data.c,
      scanner.c, striutl.c, strlib.c, str_rtl.c, syntax.c and ut8_rtl.c.

    20130929:
    - The functions bStriLe, bytesLe, bStriBe and bytesBe have been
      added to bytedata.s7i. This functions convert an integer to a
      sequence of bytes.
    - The compiler has been improved to generate inline code for the
      action STR_PUSH. This action is used when a character is appended
      to a string (with the operator &:= ).
    - The function sendGet has been added to gethttp.s7i.
    - The functions str_yy_mm_dd and str_hh_mm_ss have been added to
      time.s7i.
    - Checks for +:= and -:= have been added to chkbig.sd7.
    - Checks for bytesBe and bytesLe have been added to chkint.sd7.
    - Checks for & and &:= have been added to chkstr.sd7.
    - The function doLocalDeclsOfStatement has been added to the
      compiler. This function is used to simplify the processing
      of various statements.
    - The functions that process the statement actions BIG_GROW,
      BIG_LSHIFT_ASSIGN, BIG_MULT_ASSIGN, BIG_RSHIFT_ASSIGN,
      BIG_SHRINK, BLN_CPY, CHR_CPY, CHR_GROW, CHR_SHRINK, ENU_CPY,
      FIL_CPY, FLT_CPY, FLT_DIV_ASSIGN, FLT_GROW, FLT_MULT_ASSIGN,
      FLT_SHRINK, INT_AND_ASSIGN, INT_CPY, INT_GROW, INT_LSHIFT_ASSIGN,
      INT_MULT_ASSIGN, INT_OR_ASSIGN, INT_RSHIFT_ASSIGN, INT_SHRINK,
      INT_URSHIFT_ASSIGN, REF_CPY, RFL_INCL, SET_EXCL, SET_INCL,
      SOC_CPY, STR_PUSH and TYP_CPY in the compiler have been
      simplified.
    - The functions int_toBStriBe and int_toBStriLe have been added to
      intlib.c.
    - The functions intToBStriBe and intToBStriLe have been added to
      int_rtl.c
    - In big_rtl.c and big_gmp.c the functions bigFromBytesBe and
      bigFromBytesLe have been renamed to bigFromByteBufferBe
      respectively bigFromByteBufferLe.
    - The performance of the functions bst_cmp (in bstlib.c), bstCmp
      (in bst_rtl.c) and strMult (in str_rtl.c) has been improved.
    - The macro 'unlikely' has been added to functions in bst_rtl.c.

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