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Sat May 20 07:07:28 2006 UTC (13 years, 6 months ago) by anton
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CVS tags: HEAD
Makefile: undid change requiring gforth-fast to build first
  other changes for packaging
  added POST_INSTALL etc. tags
Updated NEWS files to 2006-05-07
minor documentation changes

    1: Installation friendlyness:
    2: 
    3: have the right files in .INCLUDED (contact installer)
    4: Try out different options (FORCE_REG, GCC-bug-workarounds) and select
    5:   the best-working/fastest one
    6: 
    7: autoheader should be called automatically when necessary
    8: 
    9: $(PRE_INSTALL) and $(POST_INSTALL)
   10:   Are the symlinks (gforth etc.) POST_INSTALL?
   11: 
   12: version-specific info installation?
   13: 
   14: 
   15: Unfinished functionality:
   16: 
   17:  Xchars:
   18:  Conversion on I/O
   19:  Up-to-date with latest proposal version?
   20: 
   21:  C interface:
   22:  libcc implementation
   23:  library words in images
   24:  C interface should do what the documentation says (Bernd)
   25:  documentation of callbacks (Bernd)
   26:  oldlib words should be compatible or named differently (Bernd)
   27: 
   28:  gforth-native:
   29:  make it work again
   30:  make it work on most platforms
   31: 
   32:  compile constants to literals (Bernd)
   33: 
   34:  regexp.fs: add documentation (Bernd)
   35: 
   36:  complex.fs, fft.fs: add documentation.  Add stack comments! (Bernd)
   37: 
   38:  profile.fs: complete, add documentation
   39: 
   40:  add ppc assembler
   41: 
   42:  amd64 assembler
   43: 
   44:  regression tests for single-step debugger (Bernd)
   45: 
   46: NEWS:
   47:    2005-09-27  Bernd Paysan <bernd.paysan@gmx.de>
   48: 	* complex.fs, fft.fs, prim, wf.fs, Makefile.in:
   49: 	Added some floating point primitives
   50:    Which ones?  Should they be documented?
   51: 
   52: Savannah: Bugzilla Emails verschwinden
   53: 
   54: Windows-Port (FP bugs dank gcc-2.95)

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