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[Guile-commits] GNU Guile annotated tag, release_1-9-1, created. release

From: Ludovic Courtès
Subject: [Guile-commits] GNU Guile annotated tag, release_1-9-1, created. release_1-9-1
Date: Wed, 15 Jul 2009 22:26:06 +0000

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The annotated tag, release_1-9-1 has been created
        at  ed09f9c1f13435f4eec91dbd8fc01efedc831a1e (tag)
   tagging  3b0b6bc1dd2eb24405ad8e75889df0874f879892 (commit)
  replaces  release_1-9-0
 tagged by  Ludovic Courtès
        on  Thu Jul 16 00:25:39 2009 +0200

- Log -----------------------------------------------------------------
GNU Guile 1.9.1 (alpha).
Version: GnuPG v2.0.11 (GNU/Linux)


Andy Wingo (26):
      source information for the interpreter
      better error in make_objcode_by_mmap
      fix source information lossage for (define (foo) ...) lambda sugar
      put autocompiled files into ~/.cache or $XDG_CACHE_HOME
      Fix crash when marking closed custom bytevector port
      update .gitignore
      remove obsolete guile-vm.texi
      link to brainfuck wikipedia page
      formatting changes to (language brainfuck compile-scheme)
      add brainfuck->tree-il compiler
      meta-commands read off their own arguments
      more docs to brainfuck->tree-il compiler
      flush whitespace from the repl input buffer *before* evaluation
      remove lambda wrap hack of brainfuck tree-il compiler
      allow primcall ops to push 0 values
      minor doc tweaks
      bytevectors provide scm_i_native_endianness to the vm
      add bytevector ops to the vm
      vector-ref and vector-set! now have opcodes
      run bytevectors tests under the compiler and evaluator
      bytevector ops now compile down to low-level VM ops
      fix error message for bad objcode cookie
      fix bounds checks for the last element of bv-*-{ref,set}
      fix race in which some instruction name symbols could go unmarked
      NEWS has info on 1.9.N to 1.9.N+1 in addition to 1.8 to 2.0
      update NEWS

Daniel Kraft (2):
      basic brainfuck -> scheme example compiler.
      added documenting comments to the brainfuck compiler and mention it in 
the VM documentation.

Ludovic Courtès (25):
      Fix documentation of `make-bytevector'.
      bytevectors: Use `size_t' rather than `unsigned' for sizes.
      bytevectors: Add a C-friendly API.
      Make bytevectors accessible using the generalized-vector API.
      Always create the bytevector SMOB type.
      Fix `load-objcode' FD/mapping leak occurring upon failure.
      Add `scm_t_off' type so that `scm_t_port' has a fixed layout.
      Remove seek/truncate shortcuts to file ports.
      Fix the `BUILD_PTHREAD_SUPPORT' Automake conditional when not using 
      Enclose `bit-operations.test' in its own module.
      Update `NEWS'.
      Use Gnulib's `vsnprintf' module.
      Fix tests that assumed little endian.
      Remove potential "uninitialized variable" GCC warnings.
      Remove the `long_long' and `ulong_long' types.
      Augment `OBJCODE_COOKIE' to detect wrong endianness or word size.
      Explicitly use Gnulib's `verify' module.
      Make sure at compile-time that `OBJCODE_COOKIE' has the right size.
      Fix typo in the compile-type verification of `OBJCODE_COOKIE'.
      Switch remaining GPLv2+ Guile-VM headers to LGPLv3+.
      Const-qualify buffers passed to `scm_c_make_objcode_slice ()'.
      Fix unaligned access in the VM code.
      Add FIXMEs about misaligned objcode-metas.
      Make the non-integrated VM test-suite less verbose.
      Bump version number for 1.9.1.

Neil Jerram (5):
      Deterministic test for the r6rs-ports.test segmentation fault
      Remove AC_SYS_RESTARTABLE_SYSCALLS and related code
      Revert "* FAQ: New file."
      Correction to doc on Accessing Arrays from C
      Read complex numbers where both parts are inexact decimals


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