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This one has been at the top of my Alfred wishlist since I downloaded my first Alfred v0.whatever beta: a workflow to open an ssh session (using the default ssh: protocol handler) with "smart" hostname autocompletion (based on /.ssh/config, /.ssh/known_hosts, /etc/hosts, Bonjour or any file containing the names of hosts you need to connect to).

2013-03-16 14:15, v0.10: further refactoring to break core functionality out into a dedicated module (enabling module compilation). Combined with caching of file parsing results this should deliver significantly enhanced performance (not that it was slow before).

For 3rd party package developers, it's now easier to find non-Lua resources you installed along with your package.Among several contributions from Didier Willis, the output backend now returns useful information about images it embeds directly.The same work also allows specific pages of PDFs to to be emdeded as images, not just the first page.He also helped refactor existing interfaces to make them easier to extend, such as the table of contents package.A long standing issue with Turkish hyphenation has been addressed, eliminating the need for preprocessing or other workarounds.More long standing issues with the book class and chapter opening spreads have been addressed.Some priority and interactions between new CLI flags has been worked out.A few more misc bugs were also squished and relevant tests added.

Work to refactor SILE's internals into a more regular API has been in progress for some time.This release brings a big chunk of that work to light.Many/most of the changes are under the hood and won't show up in the appearance of documents.They do affect anybody writing classes or packages for SILE, hopefully for the better.

classes: The shims allowing classes designed for SILE releasesv0.12.x and prior have now been removed and documents using them willnow throw errors when rendering. Only the refactored class systemintroduced in SILE v0.13.0 is supported going forward.

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Due to the scope of this refactor along with the fragility of the original code, there is non-zero probability that something will break in this version. Please submit a bug report if you observe errors or large increases in memory usage from older versions of y-cruncher.

This is the first version since v0.6.1 that is dedicated primarily to paying back technical debt. While there are no major functional changes, expect to see a lot of minor differences from v0.6.9 which are remnant of the internal refactorings.

*This bug was introduced in v0.6.3 when the VST algorithm was refactored. I rewrote some of the processor-specific macros and screwed up the SSE3 version. The bug is rare and does not affect the SSE4.1 or AVX binaries.

Rector is a tool that we develop and share for free, so anyone can automate their refactoring. But not everyone has dozens of hours to understand complexity of abstract-syntax-tree in their own time. That's why we provide commercial support - to save your time.

Starting with Octopus, there is now a separate repository directoryfor each version on (e.g., rpm-15.2.0 anddebian-15.2.0). The traditional package directory that is namedafter the release (e.g., rpm-octopus and debian-octopus) isnow a symlink to the most recently bug fix version for that release.We no longer generate a single repository that combines all bug fixversions for a single named release.

Generally it is a good idea to download the latest available version. Previous builds are mainly for archival purposes. When downloading a new version, simply copying over an existing install will work fine. Note that there are no automatic downloads and TFE does not currently connect to the internet in any way. However, optional features such as checking for the latest version, directly downloading new versions and mods, and similar features will be added later. This is a pre-release version of the Core Game Loop Release. In this version 3 enemies are still missing (the Phase 2 Dark Trooper, Boba Fett, and General Mohc) and there are numerous bugs and known issues - including being forced to play in 320x200 since the floating-point sub-renderer had to be removed temporarily due to refactoring.

  • I want to thank the following companies which are providing support for the BusyBox project: Analog Devices, Inc. provided a Blackfin development board free of charge. Blackfin is a NOMMU processor, and its availability for testing is invaluable. If you are an embedded device developer, please note that Analog Devices has an entire Linux distribution available for download for this board. Visit for more information.

Changes since previous release:Aaro Koskinen: devmem: add 128-bit widthBernhard Reutner-Fischer (3): kbuild: fix building sha256 kbuild: Prefer -Oz over -Os seedrng: manually inline seed_rngBrandon Maier: xxd: fix typo in trivial usageDario Binacchi (2): fbset: abort on not handled options fbset: support setting pixel clock rateDavid Leonard: tsort: new appletDenys Vlasenko: Makefile.flags: add resolv to LDLIBS for linux compilers too (not only gnu ones) build system: detect if build host has no bzip2 scripts/echo.c: fix NUL handling in "abc\0 def" libbb/loop: fix compile failure (name collision) libbb/loop: optionally use ioctl(LOOP_CONFIGURE) to set up loopdevs libbb/loop: restore the correct return value of set_loop() libbb/sha1: add config-selectable fully unrolled version, closes 14391 libbb/sha1: add config-selectable partially unrolled version libbb/sha1: assembly versions for x86 libbb/sha1: optional x86 hardware accelerated hashing libbb/sha256: optional x86 hardware accelerated hashing libbb: change xstrndup, xmemdup to take size_t as size parameter libbb: factor out fflush_stdout_and_exit(EXIT_SUCCESS) libbb: fflush_stdout_and_exit(0) still exits with _error_ (not 0!) if fflush fails libbb: fix fallout from nth_string() robustification, closes 14726 libbb: introduce and use chdir_or_warn() libbb: invert the meaning of SETUP_ENV_NO_CHDIR -> SETUP_ENV_CHDIR tls: P256: remove NOP macro sp_256_norm_8() tls: include signature_algorithms extension in client hello message examples/var_service/dhcp_if: make helper scripts more talkative testsuite/mount.tests: accomodate umount failure seen on 5.18.0 testsuite/sha1sum.tests: fix false positive failure shell: add comments about SIGINT-related problems shell: fix compile failures in some configs ash,hush: fix handling of SIGINT while waiting for interactive input ash: ^C with SIG_INGed SIGINT should not exit the shell ash: do not truncate failed tilde expansion on unknown user names ash: fix ifs cleanup on error paths ash: fix unsafe use of mempcpy ash: fix use-after-free in pattern substitution code awk: input numbers are never octal or hex (only program consts can be) bc: hopefully fix bug 14956 (use-after-free) cut: build fix for FEATURE_CUT_REGEX ifplugd: split -a into -a and -A, latter disables upping in iface creation init: do not set HOME ls: implement ls -sh (human-readable allocated blocks) md5/shaXsum: use FEATURE_COPYBUF_KB to size the buffer instead of fixed 4k mv: fix error in !VERBOSE configs nmeter: %[md] %[mw] - dirty file-backed pages, writeback pages powertop: fix cpuid asm: ebx saving/restoring is properly done by gcc sed: correctly handle 'w FILE' commands writing to the same file sed: fix double-free in FEATURE_CLEAN_UP=y configs sed: fix handling of escaped delimiters in s/// replacement sed: fix handling of escaped delimiters in s/// search pattern, closes 14541 seedrng: chdir to the SEED_DIRECTORY - avoid concat_path_file's seedrng: do not hash in a constant string, it's not adding entropy seedrng: do not hash lengths, they are very predictable seedrng: do not try to continue on unexpected errors (just exit) seedrng: explain why we need locking and fsync'ing seedrng: include file/dir names in error messages seedrng: re-add fsync after unlink, and explain its purpose seedrng: reduce MAX_SEED_LEN from 512 to 256 seedrng: remove redundant assignment seedrng: remove unnecessary zero-filling of local variables seedrng: restore error check on fsync seedrng: simplify read_new_seed() to not have error return seedrng: use more xfuncs where appropriate shaNNNsum: accept one-space "HASH FILENAME" format for -c, closes 14866 sort: fix -k2M (wasn't skipping leading whitespace) sort: fix -s -r interaction: 'stable' order is not affected by -r sort: fix sort -s -u, closes 14871 sort: support -h sulogin: increase util-linux compatibility sulogin: start _login_ shell only with -p sulogin: util-linux does not say "normal startup" on Ctrl-D taskset: fix printf format mismatch in !FEATURE_TASKSET_FANCY config. closes 14616 top: fix display of large PID/PPID top: improve large PID display in memory ('s') mode tree: make it unicode-aware tree: unicode tweak (use normal space char, 0x20) udhcpc6: add missed big-endian conversions udhcpc6: align FF02__1_2[] udhcpc6: downgrade "opening listen socket" log level to 2 udhcpc6: fix binding to network aliases udhcpc6: fix sending of renew messages udhcpc6: use a different default config script xargs: implement -o, closes 15146 xxd -r: handle offsets xxd -r: without -p, stop at more than one whitespace, closes 14786 xxd: fix use of non-initialized data xxd: use bb_simple_perror_msg... where appropriateEmanuele Giacomelli: XXXsum: handle binary sums with " " in the pathGrob Grobmann: vi: add 'ZQ' quitting commandHenrique Rodrigues: ping: fix typo in --help textJason A. Donenfeld (10): seedrng: import SeedRNG utility for kernel RNG seed files seedrng: use libbb functions seedrng: hoist bb_strtoul out of min/max seedrng: remove some global variables seedrng: further reduce size seedrng: use predefined strings where possible seedrng: avoid needless runtime strlen() call seedrng: compress format strings with %s arguments seedrng: code-golf even smaller seedrng: prune header includesKhem Raj: apply const trick to ptr_to_globalsLouis Sautier: pkill: add -e to display the name and PID of the process being killedLudwig Nussel: libbb: mark stack in assembly files read-onlyNatanael Copa (2): awk: fix use after free (CVE-2022-30065) more: accept and ignore -ePaul Fox: crond: implement support for setting PATH in crontab filesPeter Kaestle: unzip -l: add missed big-endian conversions date and timeRoger Knecht: tree: new appletRon Yorston (8): libbb: restore special handling of nomsg errors libbb: make '--help' handling more consistent lineedit: get PWD from ash ash,hush: use HOME for tab completion and prompts vi: fix regression in autoindent handling vi: handle autoindent in 'cc' command vi: improved handling of backspace in replace mode vi: fix backspace over tab in commandsSamuel Thibault: Fix non-Linux buildsShawn Landden: ash: optional sleep builtinSören Tempel (3): ed: add support for -s command-line option as mandated by POSIX ash: don't read past end of var in subvareval for bash substitutions ash: fix use-after-free in bash pattern substitutionTimo Teräs: mkfs.vfat: fix volume label to be padded with spaceVincent Stehlé: fdisk: recognize EBBR protective partitionsWalter Lozano: Add support for long options to cmpXiaoming Ni (4): loop: fix a race when a free loop device is snatched loop: refactor: extract subfunction get_next_free_loop() loop: simplify code of LOOP_SET_FD failure loop: refactor: extract subfunction set_loopdev_params() 041b061a72


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