Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Releases/Hydrangea


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Oct 9, 2014, 2:34:09 PM (6 years ago)
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Dag-Erling Smørgrav
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  • Releases/Hydrangea

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    33OpenPAM Hydrangea was released on 2007-12-21.
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    5  - ENHANCE: when compiling with GCC, mark up API functions with GCC
    6    attributes where appropriate.
     5 - '''ENHANCE''' when compiling with GCC, mark up API functions with GCC attributes where appropriate.
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    8  - BUGFIX: fixed numerous warnings uncovered by GCC 4.
     7 - '''BUGFIX''' fixed numerous warnings uncovered by GCC 4.
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    10  - ENHANCE: building the documentation is now optional.
     9 - '''ENHANCE''' building the documentation is now optional.
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    12  - ENHANCE: corrected a number of mistakes and style issues in the
    13    build system.
     11 - '''ENHANCE''' corrected a number of mistakes and style issues in the build system.
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    15  - ENHANCE: API function arguments are now const where appropriate, to
    16    match corresponding changes in the Solaris PAM and Linux-PAM APIs.
     13 - '''ENHANCE''' API function arguments are now const where appropriate, to match corresponding changes in the Solaris PAM and Linux-PAM APIs.
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    18  - ENHANCE: corrected a number of C namespace violations.
     15 - '''ENHANCE''' corrected a number of C namespace violations.
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    20  - ENHANCE: the module cache has been removed, allowing long-lived
    21    applications to pick up module changes.  This also allows multiple
    22    threads to use PAM simultaneously (as long as they use separate PAM
    23    contexts), since the module cache was the only part of OpenPAM that
    24    was not thread-safe.
     17 - '''ENHANCE''' the module cache has been removed, allowing long-lived applications to pick up module changes.  This also allows multiple threads to use PAM simultaneously (as long as they use separate PAM contexts), since the module cache was the only part of OpenPAM that was not thread-safe.
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    2619[http://sourceforge.net/projects/openpam/files/openpam/Hydrangea/ Download from Sourceforge]