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cd44b466 05/08/2000 02:24 PM Martin Mares

Forgot to add a spiky comment :)

f9254d23 05/08/2000 02:19 PM Martin Mares

Autoconf is evil. The sysconfdir and similar variables are unusable in
C includes as they contain substitutions specific to make.

Worked around by creating sysconf/paths.h which is created from
the Makefile instead of by the configure script.

f2cb1d70 04/10/2000 12:38 PM Martin Mares

Dropped CPU_NEEDS_ALIGN_* as unaligned.h no longer uses them.

b9672a84 10/31/1999 03:43 PM Martin Mares

The CLI I/O functions work as desired.

54165b13 10/29/1999 10:08 AM Martin Mares

autoconf.h is now written to obj/sysdep, the source tree is hopefully
completely read-only now.

ea3582a6 03/01/1999 08:15 PM Martin Mares

Include "config.h" instead of "autoconf.h" in all Modules lists to make defines
in the static portion of configuration includes available as well.

2f9bcf97 01/09/1999 03:02 PM Martin Mares

First step of "autoconfization". Created a configure script which
guesses most system-dependent parameters and determines name of system
configuration file (sysdep/cf/...) with the remaining ones.

To compile BIRD, you now need to do:

autoconf        # Create configure from
0cf86f0f 11/29/1998 02:38 PM Martin Mares

Renamed `DEBUG' symbol to `DEBUGGING' to prevent collisions with token
names and include files.

3cef8c70 11/27/1998 07:28 PM Martin Mares

Added path to config file.

a2ccbb0b 05/24/1998 02:40 PM Martin Mares

Implemented timers. Using bird_clock_t for absolute time from now...

18c8241a 05/03/1998 04:43 PM Martin Mares

BIRD library: The story continues.

Complete resource manages and IP address handling.

1feea03e 04/28/1998 02:39 PM Martin Mares

Changed #include <x/y> to #include "x/y" for our local includes, so that
gcc -MM can be used to separate them from the system ones.

Added automatic generation of dependencies.

58ef912c 04/22/1998 12:58 PM Martin Mares

First look at data structures. More to come tomorrow...