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Thu Feb 12 08:47:43 EST 2015 README for gdeptrace nothing material has changed since 55 (54 per say) (and 55 should be 5.5) gdeptrace is now gdeptrace to follow "expected norms" These files are the same on sf: gdeptrace-0.5.6.tar.gz gdeptrace.tar.gz NEW for gdeptrace depsort -h wrapper to run "typical depends" easy in heavy situations libdeps -h like ldd but differently featured for output NEW for doil's 10.0.1 * big improvements since 5.9 * now a separate pkg for those not Debian dpkg depends inclined BUILD will be easy as far as builds go $ tar -xzf gdeptrace-0.5.6.tar.gz $ cd gdeptrace-0.5.6 $ ./configure $ make $ make install NOTES for gdeptrace 55 is same as 54 minus one minor change only 55 has updated examples/ LIMITS - ERRATA (most unix apps reading files have this limitation) gdeptrace is designed to be unsigned int and will segfault (in unix C that's a generic quit) if reading file of UINT_MAX - (a few) items, also quits if memory is low Q&A: try examples and use "depsort -h", a common use wrapper every R needs to be an L and depsort will work on huge jobs (while AddUnknownR works mostly, avoid reliance it can seg fault) (or SkipMissing - still not really sugg: make your LR's please) seg fault is kernel calling quick exit in libc, intended note: gdeptrace's code has a few anti-seg fault checks commented out, in strategic places where Big O increase would hurt large jobs any such error would be due to improper input note: strings / depsort is easiest, but the very fastest is to use naturally numbered L's, no virtuals, and skip Clean it's cleaning and unfolding that hurt big-o mostly it is possible to get all three most desired tables in one run w/o overhead, see examples/dep-sort.sh in table-all) case -a Option: tied to if's that runing through or skip code intently, they do no checking, and even i'm not sure what all combinations are all useful or not gdeptrace CHANGELOG (last two): ------------------------------- gdeptrace (0.5.7) unstable; urgency=low * extra script 'depsort' needed script 'compliment', fixed scripts depsort,libdeps,union scripts install as SCRIPTS -- John Hendrickson <debguy@sourceforge.net> Thu, 12 Feb 2015 08:48:05 -0500 gdeptrace (0.5.6) unstable; urgency=low * added gnu automake packaging * the new ver only reflect release naming, nothing to fix for now (since 5.5 bumps had been to show changes to examples/) -- John Hendrickson <debguy@sourceforge.net> Wed, 24 Dec 2014 01:15:15 -0500 gdeptrace (0.5.5) unstable; urgency=low * impact none: update sort_int.c has minor flaw in one function , fixed used for presorting before sorting, no impact (update for lib correctness) * imact none: noted foreign changes to new gcc compiler prevented compiling of code despite being a non-issue: a non-warning was changed to error neither of which would change type. suspect breakage was goal. -- John Hendrickson <debguy@sourceforge.net> Fri, 25 Jan 2014 16:52:30 -0500 gdeptrace (0.5.4) unstable; urgency=low * should now handle 0 or 1 lines input cases (prev. it exited, by design) (this was intended to be a [near] last consideration) * in examples/ : some edits (in active use) -- John Hendrickson <debguy@sourceforge.net> Fri, 23 Mar 2012 18:45:44 -0500 gdeptrace (0.5.3) unstable; urgency=low * PrintRDeps, only after Sift, was wrong / not updated. fixed. * in examples/ : replaced leftovers union dis-union, other adds, as in use -- John Hendrickson <debguy@sourceforge.net> Wed, 9 Mar 2012 15:56:14 -0500 gdeptrace (0.5.2) unstable; urgency=low * changed control file : Pre-Depends and Depends are now as sed(1) lists * Found in thin chroot (only libc6, rare) that fopen may not open /dev/stdin but fdopen still can open 0 (fixed) -- John Hendrickson <debguy@sourceforge.net> Wed, 8 Mar 2012 20:56:14 -0500 gdeptrace (0.5.1) unstable; urgency=low * New upsteam release. (closes: #663123) -- John Hendrickson <debguy@sourceforge.net> Wed, 8 Mar 2012 10:56:14 -0500 gdeptrace (0.5) stable; urgency=low * thanks to debian DD and DM for discussions ! -- John Hendrickson <debguy@sourceforge.net> Wed, 7 Mar 2012 20:56:14 -0500
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