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lib 2015-04-11 fougas fougas [1ba88e] Set index type in the HashSet's iterator to a s...
manual 2013-06-27 fougas fougas [7ab0d2] Doc updates.
test 2014-11-18 fougas fougas [dbf9eb] Completed the implementation of counted referen...
www 2014-06-09 fougas fougas [8a28dc] Included .yardopts to the gem in hope it will r...
.hgtags 2014-11-22 fougas fougas [79402f] Added tag autoc-1.2 for changeset 71e1b6cdba85
.yardopts 2014-06-21 fougas fougas [85c9ed] Introduced type capabilities and optional opera...
CHANGES 2014-11-22 fougas fougas [71e1b6] Added changelog to the gemspec.
README 2014-06-21 fougas fougas [85c9ed] Introduced type capabilities and optional opera...
autoc.gemspec 2014-11-22 fougas fougas [71e1b6] Added changelog to the gemspec.
build.cmd 2014-04-29 fougas fougas [2860ff] Fixes a few issues related to Ruby 1.8.
yardserver.cmd 2014-04-29 fougas fougas [2860ff] Fixes a few issues related to Ruby 1.8.

Read Me

== AutoC - a collection of Ruby modules related to automatic C source code generation.

AutoC is a free software distributed under the terms of modified BSD license.

Project home page is http://autoc.sourceforge.net/

AutoC is available via the RubyGems infrastructure; the easiest way to obtain it is:
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> gem install autoc
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Offline user documentation in HTML form is in doc/ directory.

For more information refer to {::AutoC}.

Ad-hoc test build instructions:
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> cd test
> cc -o test test.c test_auto.c
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For (in)complete list of changes refer to {file:CHANGES}.

That's all for now, folks! Stay tuned.

Oleg A. Khlybov <fougas@mail.ru>