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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Mon, 17 Mar 2014
[ 12:47:38 gahr ] Original commit   Revision:348466
seed7 lang files touched by this commit High-level, extensible programming language
- Update to 05_20140316

  Changes:

  * The documentation file doc/install.txt has been improved to describe
    the command 'make install'.
  * The chapter about the foreign function interface in the manual has
    been improved.
  * In striutl.h the macros os_stri_alloc and os_stri_free have been
    improved to use a stack like allocation. Allocations done with
    os_stri_alloc must be freed with os_stri_free in the reverse order
    of their creation. The new macros reduce the runtime of
    stri_to_os_stri and cp_to_os_path to 66% of the old time. This
    reduces the time used by operating system calls. E.g.: The CPU time
    used by the program sydir7 is reduced to 83% of the old time.
  * The targets 'install' and 'uninstall' have been added to makefile,
    mk_linux.mak, mk_osx.mak, mk_clang.mak, mk_cygw.mak, mk_mingw.mak,
    mk_msys.mak, mk_nmake.mak, mk_msvc.mak, mk_bcc32.mak and
    mk_bccv5.mak.
  * The program setwpath.c has been added. This program sets the search
    path (PATH variable) under Windows.
  * The obsolete target 'hi' has been removed from the makefiles.
  * The functions initEmulatedCwd, cmdSetenv (both in cmd_rtl.c),
    setEmulatedCwd (in striutl.c) and freeArgVector (in cmd_unx.c) have
    been adjusted to work with the stack like allocation of
    os_stri_alloc and os_stri_free.
  * The functions heapAllocOsStri and heapFreeOsStri have been added to
    striutl.c.
  * Usages of MAX_SYMLINK_PATH_LENGTH in cmd_rtl.c have been replaced
    with MAX_OS_STRI_LEN.

Number of ports [& non-ports] in this commit: 1

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