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Doozer 2.1.3 released

Relative to 2.1.2, this release adds some extra logic to dzr.clean.mk, dzr.dep.mk, and dzr.obj.mk to prevent them from being included multiple times.

Posted by Patrick Hartling 2006-11-10

Doozer 2.1.2 released

Relative to 2.1.1, this is a bug fix release that gets doozer.fpc working correctly in its new location (PREFIX/share/flagpoll).

Posted by Patrick Hartling 2006-08-25

Doozer 2.1.1 released

This release adds a Flagpoll .fpc file for Doozer as well as RPM support for easy installation on many Linux distributions. The Juggler Suite extension parts have been updated to use Flagpoll for querying build flags from those libraries. This means that VR Juggler 2.1.11 or 2.0.2 is required for using this version of Doozer.

Posted by Patrick Hartling 2006-08-25

Doozer 2.0.0 released

Doozer 2.0.0 has finally been released. It is a complete rewrite of Doozer to make it a more general-purpose collection of make-based utilities. New features include more modular support for various libraries (OpenGL, VR Juggler 2, etc.) and support for more platforms (Mac OS X and Solaris). The beginnings of Java langauge support have also been added.

Posted by Patrick Hartling 2003-04-30

Doozer++ 1.4.4 released

Doozer++ 1.4.4 has been released. It fixes a bug in all previous Doozer++ releases that required the use of ksh(1) on some platforms, most notably Solaris.

Posted by Patrick Hartling 2002-01-02

Doozer++ 1.4.3 released

Doozer++ 1.4.3 has been released. It fixes a bug in all previous Doozer++ releases wherein DPP_VERSION_COMPARE (and all macros using it) always gave a positive result, even when the version number did not meet the requirement.

Posted by Patrick Hartling 2001-12-10

Doozer++ 1.4.2 released

Doozer++ 1.4.2 has been released. This is a patch release to the 1.4 series. Most notably, this release works with Autoconf 2.52 and Automake 1.5.

Posted by Patrick Hartling 2001-11-11

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