c++.announce - [recls] Version 1.8.1 released
- Matthew (41/41) Jun 18 2006 It's been six months since the last release, and there's a lot of new co...
It's been six months since the last release, and there's a lot of new code to the core library and all supported mappings, as well as a couple of little bug fixes. Notable additions to core are: + supports "~" for representing home directory to search/stat functions + Recls_SearchFeedback() - provides callbacks, throughout searching, for each directory traversed + Recls_GetSelectedRoots() - gets the host system roots according to type (fixed, network, optical, ...) + Recls_CombinePaths() - combines path fragments + Recls_DeriveRelativePath() - determines the path of an target path relative to an origin path + Recls_SqueezePath() - squeezes paths, using ..., into fixed maximum width + RECLS_F_USE_TILDE_ON_NO_SEARCHROOT flag - assumes home directory if NULL + RECLS_F_IGNORE_HIDDEN_ENTRIES_ON_WIN32 flag - skips hidden files on Win32 (UNIX support in next version) Corresponding functionality added to all mappings: C++, D, Java, .NET, Python, Ruby, STL Details, and downloads, at http://recls.org/downloads.html#recls_1_8_1 D users: - the core builds with latest DMC++ - the D source file contains all updates to API, i.e. includes getRoots(), getSelectedRoots(), combinePaths(), deriveRelativePath() and squeezePath() functions. - the module is no longer "std.recls" - now plain "recls" - the D mapping contains a makefile that works with - I've run out of time for producing binaries. If anyone wants to do that, feel free. - if there are any issues, please post here [STLSoft newsgroup], otherwise it might go unnoticed for weeks. (Things are busy to the point of mania for me at the mo.) Python/Ruby/COM/.Net users: - I wanted to provide binaries for these mappings in this distro, but time has not been my friend. Makefiles and/or VS project files are included. Post here [STLSoft newsgroup] with any problems. One last note: the distro is dependent on STLSoft 1.9.1 beta 10 (released today). Make sure you upgrade, or you'll have problems. Cheers Matthew
Jun 18 2006