#58 Updates to FastRaw

closed-out-of-date
nobody
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2010-08-13
2009-09-25
David Mertens
No

I've modified FastRaw so that you can specify your own header file. I find this handy when I want to use the same header file for a bunch of different files. I updated the documentation, both to reflect the new capabilities and to add some usage examples. I completely rewrote the test file to use Test::More; it includes all the tests of the original fastraw.t file and a few new ones, testing what I've added.

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  • David Mertens
    David Mertens
    2009-09-25

    A patch to the current git repository that adds the described stuff.

     
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  • David Mertens
    David Mertens
    2009-09-25

    I just realized that I did NOT update any sort of changes file with this patch. However, upon further inspection, I couldn't find a current changes file. I only found the Changes_CVS file, which stops around April (when we switched to GIT). If somebody could point me in the right direction I'd be happy to update that and create a new patch with modifications to the CHANGES file. Sorry about that.

     
  • Chris Marshall
    Chris Marshall
    2009-09-27

    The Changes file is now generated from the git log --stat output so the relevant change data would be the text of a recommend git commit message. These take the form or a short, 1-line summary, a blank line, and then the complete change
    message. Try git log on the PDL git repository to see what they look like. --Chris

     
  • Chris Marshall
    Chris Marshall
    2010-08-13

    • status: open --> closed-out-of-date