CHANGELOG
author Ryan C. Gordon <icculus@icculus.org>
Wed, 10 Jul 2002 07:22:48 +0000
changeset 324 e07c05880a0b
parent 320 8e1d8cd29e9e
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Updated.

/*
 * CHANGELOG.
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07102002 - Added a byteorder-friendly convenience API, so you can read/write
           data and convert to the native byteorder without too much effort.
           Upped version to 0.1.7.
06292002 - Fixed incorrect error message when opening a file for read without
           defining a search path. LOTS of win32 updates and fixes; lots of
           things that were broken work now, and we are slowly becoming
           more compatible with legacy win32 systems. Builds on Cygwin again.
           All platform drivers (except beos.cpp) had a buffer overflow when
           detecting mounted CD-ROM drives...it only occurs when a drive is
           detected, and it probably won't result in your box getting rooted,
           but upgrade soon anyhow. Readded the .cvsignore files from the old
           build system.
06282002 - Reworked build system _AGAIN_.
06222002 - Alexander Pipelka spotted a bug in the file open routines in
           posix.c; patched.
06152002 - Autoconf build system will now generate shared libraries on BeOS,
           and (supposedly) Cygwin.
06142002 - Rewrote autoconf build system. It now works around the MacOS X bug
           that prevented shared libraries from building.
06112002 - Updated CodeWarrior projects and added them to CVS. _Finally_
           officially released 0.1.6.
06102002 - Major overhauls to platform/win32.c ... should work on all Windows
           platforms, including 95/98/ME and NT/2K/XP flavors. Someone should
           see if this builds on WinCE!  :)  You no longer need the latest
           platform SDK to build it, either; the questionable DLL is accessed
           with LoadLibrary() at runtime now, and handled if not present. This
           now builds correctly on a freshly installed Visual Studio 6.0, and
           the DLL it builds works everywhere. Plus, a bunch of other bugs
           and incorrect behaviours were squashed. Visual Studio 6.0 project
           file added to CVS.
06082002 - Fixes to __PHYSFS_platformEnumerateFiles() in win32.c: cleaned up
           memory leak, handles paths more robustly, and prevents possible
           skipped file entries. Removed AC_C_CONST and AC_TYPE_SIZE_T checks
           from configure.in (not needed, and they broke BeOS build). Clean
           out the docs/ directory when doing a "make dist". Fixed crashbug
           when calling PHYSFS_deinit() more than once in a row. Tried to get
           MacOS X to build a shared library, gave up; I'm doing something
           wrong in my Makefile.am, I think. On MacOS X, running ./configure
           --enable-static --disable-shared works, though. Hopefully someone
           will fix this soon. In unix.c, the Darwin version of
           __PHYSFS_platformDetectAvailableCDs() was free()ing a static
           buffer; fixed.
06072002 - Manpages! Finally installed Doxygen and scratched together a
           Doxyfile. After some revision to physfs.h, we've got a rather
           nice API reference.
06062002 - Fixed __PHYSFS_platformSeek() in archivers/posix.c. Implemented the
           getLastModTime method in archivers/zip.c (returns legitimate info)
           and archivers/grp.c (returns lastmodtime of GRPfile itself in the
           physical filesystem). Put a 64-bit _llseek() version of the seek()
           and tell() methods in platform/posix.c, but you need to hack (or
           rather, fix) configure.in to enable it. From Greg on win32.c: Fixed
           file enumerator function (needed a wildcard '*' specification), CD
           enumeration only reports CDs that have media, getLastModTime() has
           been implemented.
06012002 - Added -Wall to debug builds. Removed ANSI stdio calls from
           platform/posix.c, and replaced them with actual POSIX calls (that
           is, fopen() became open(), fseek() became lseek(), etc...)
05272002 - Added some explicit casts when calling malloc() in platform/posix.c
05252002 - Added John Hall's file modification time patch, and added a
           getlastmodtime command to test_physfs. Corrected error reporting
           for missing files a little bit. Changed build system to only try
           building beos.cpp if on a BeOS system (since we need a C++ compiler
           available to do so). Implemented getLastModTime in macclassic.c.
05242002 - Upped version to 0.1.6 (not officially released yet).
05232002 - Fixed the build system to always package the complete source, not
           just what we built for a given system, when doing a "make dist".
           Updated INSTALL. Wrote BeOS platform code (platform/beos.cpp).
           Split unix.c into unix.c and posix.c. Linux and BeOS both share
           posix.c, although I don't think it's completely POSIX compliant at
           this point (not that it matters much).
05212002 - Cleaned up some FIXMEs.
05202002 - Added .cvsignore files.
05162002 - Edward Rudd also caught an embarrassing screwup by me in
           unix.c: the open-for-append call was using "wb+" instead of 
           "ab" when calling fopen(). Doh! 
05152002 - configure script now deals with systems that have a readline 
           lib, but require it to be linked with curses. Thanks to Edward 
           Rudd for the patch.
05102002 - A trimmed-down zlib 1.1.4 is now included in the source distro, for
           use by win32, MacOS, and Unix systems that don't have it installed
           on the system. Autoconf support! Initial attempt at this. Lots of
           stuff may be very broken.
05082002 - From Greg: More win32 work. Library is now 95% functional on win32.
           Only known win32 problem is that the CD drives are reported whether
           they contain a disc or not).
05062002 - From Greg: Win32 boxes without the latest Platform SDK can now
           #define DISABLE_NT_SUPPORT. Other fixes.
04242002 - Updated win32 info in INSTALL to discuss Platform SDK issues.
04202002 - Added a (very) quick and (very) dirty http server to the
           extras directory (public domain), as another example of using
           the library.
04192002 - Corrected some win32 info in INSTALL. Changed Makefile to 
           package releases as .tar.gz instead of .tar.bz2.
04122002 - Some win32 cleanups and fixes across several files. Upped 
           version to 0.1.5.
04082002 - Fixed problem when calling __PHYSFS_setError before PHYSFS_init.
04062002 - Added MacOS info, etc to INSTALL. Patched unix.c and 
           test_physfs.c to compile on Darwin again.
04052002 - Added byte ordering API. Byte ordering fixes in grp.c, and some
           cleanups in unzip.c. Mac work is more or less complete.
04042002 - Mac work continues. Almost complete, now. test_physfs now has
           tests for write, append, and filelength, and most of the
           commands can tolerate a quoted argument (although this is
           hacky, it's good enough for these purposes). Upped test_physfs
           version to 0.1.1. Added a malloc-failure check in the Unix
           CD-ROM detection code.
04032002 - PHYSFS_init always makes sure the calling thread initializes its
           error state. Win32 codebase is updated with mutex implementation
           (thanks, Greg!).
04022002 - Mac work continues. Found a bug where we put a double dir
           separator in if we had to resort to the fallback userdir (if
           __PHYSFS_platformGetUserDir() returned NULL to calculateUserDir().
           Made note of potential infinite recursion in platform driver docs.
04012002 - (_NOT_ an April Fool's Joke:) Started working on MacOS Classic
           port. Added skeleton.c to platform directory. Minor patches to
           get things compiling on Mac (notably, DirInfo conflicts with
           a type exposed by MacOS's namespace-polluting API, and some
           typecasting issues). Found a call to ferror() I had missed in
           unzip.c.
03302002 - Mutexes! PhysicsFS should be thread safe now, so long as you 
           don't try to do something like close a file at the same time as
           you are reading from it in another thread. All reasonable race
           conditions should now be gone, but the new code will need some
           eyeballing before we install it on life support systems or anything.
           The mutex abstraction is implemented in unix.c, win32.c will be
           updated shortly.
03292002 - Fixed a potential problem in ZIP_realpath() and some byte order
           issues in zip.c. Converted unzip.c to use physfs file i/o
           abstractions. Converted CHANGELOG to list latest entries first.
03242002 - Added __PHYSFS_platformInit() and __PHYSFS_platformDeinit(). Win32
           improvements by Gregory S. Read. Added PHYSFS_[us]int(8|16|32)
           types...this breaks binary compatibility with previous PhysicsFS
           releases! Added platform specific i/o functions, so we don't have
           to rely on stdio anymore. Updated TODO with my comments on the
           physfs mailing list. 1.0, here we come! Removed race condition from
           grp.c and converted to file i/o abstraction layer calls from stdio.
           Tons of other fixes and enhancements. 
03202002 - Patched platform/win32.c to compile.
03152002 - PHYSFS_setSaneConfig() now handles failure to set the write dir
           better. Patched makefile to link the test program. Changed all the
           "write" functions to get data from a "const" buffer. Added an
           "extras" dir, which currently contains PhysFS->SDL_RWops glue code.
03052002 - Made unix.c's timeslice implementation more portable, and added a
           Darwin-specific means to detect CDs (thanks to Patrick Stein).
           Minor cleanup in win32.c (changed "for (; condition ;)" into
           "while (condition)" ...)
11142001 - Removed a redundant error check in platform/win32.c
10092001 - Syntax fixes in dir.c, a FIXME in grp.c, and a "cat" command in
           the test program. Apparently I had accidentally removed a rather
           crucial line from dir.c a few revisions ago, and no one noticed. :(
           Fixed. The win32 userdir will default to the base dir, now.
09252001 - Changed API: PHYSFS_setSaneConfig() takes an organization name, and
           sets up less directories. Be warned. Fixes from David Hedbor: 
           make setSaneConfig() set write directory correctly if it had to 
           create the directory, and make sure that the writing functions
           get used in dir.c when a file is opened for writing/appending.
           Updated CREDITS.
09142001 - David Hedbor submitted a patch to handle a case where the
           current working directory has been deleted out from under the
           process (both in platform/unix.c and physfs.c itself). Thanks,
           David! Added a CREDITS file. Changed the format of the author field
           in PHYSFS_ArchiveInfo to put the email address between "<>" instead
           of "()" chars. Updated TODO. make install now deletes previous
           revisions of the library. Changed version to 0.1.4.
09012001 - Happy September. Moved the Visual C project files and the zlib
           source to a separate download. Look for it at
           http://icculus.org/physfs/downloads/physfs-win32-support.zip ...
           Updated the INSTALL doc for Win32 building. Rewrote win32.c's
           __PHYSFS_platformRealPath() to not rely on Visual C's runtime lib,
           which was the last Cygwin incompatibility (although the Makefile
           needs to be updated to build a DLL under Cygwin). Tinkered with the
           Makefile a little, but it needs more work. Started working on a
           MacOS version. All I have is CodeWarrior 4, which is way out of
           date, and (for what is supposed to be an ultra-user-friendly
           environment) is completely uninituitive to me. Still, managed to
           get most everything compiling, which improved the quality of the
           code somewhat). Haven't tried to compile the zipfile support, and
           I still can't link the library. Dunno what the hell I'm supposed
           to do there. Isn't Unix supposed to be hard compared to this?
08312001 - Built PhysicsFS on Mandrake 8.0 for the PowerPC. Compiles clean,
           but there's at least one byte-ordering issue in zip.c that needs
           to be fixed.
08292001 - win32.c calculates the base dir with GetModuleFileName() first, now,
           and falls back to SearchPath() if there were problems. Changed an
           occurence of _MAX_PATH to MAX_PATH, so both CygWin and Visual C can
           handle it.
08282001 - win32.c now checks HOMEDRIVE, HOMEPATH, and HOME when calculating
           the userdir. Added include files that make it a little closer to
           compiling under Cygwin. Added a TODO file. Fixed unix.c's
           __PHYSFS_platformCalcBaseDir() so that it actually works. Fixed
           Makefile so that it links the test program properly.
           Changed version to 0.1.3.
08232001 - Fixed a potential free()ing of a NULL pointer in
           __PHYSFS_platformEnumerateFiles() in platform/unix.c. Added
           platform/win32.c. Other cleanups to get this compiling with
           Visual C and CygWin. Added BAIL_MACRO for times when we were doing
           BAIL_IF_MACRO(1, ...). Abstracted mkdir() in the platform drivers.
           Added GRP setting output to showcfg in the Makefile. Updated INSTALL
           with license info and Win32 build instructions. Dependency on the
           readline library in test_physfs.c is now optional.
           Changed version to 0.1.2.
08072001 - Changed version to 0.1.1.
08062001 - Added CD-ROM detection code to the unix platform driver.
08012001 - Added a safety memset in error setting, fixed URLs and email addr.
07282001 - Initial release.

--ryan. (icculus@clutteredmind.org)

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