* New option --all (-A) Produce graphs for all global functions in the program. Use this option if your program contains functions which are not directly reachable from main(). The output consist of separate flow graphs for each global function defined in the program. These graphs will be placed after the graph for main() (if it exists), and will be ordered lexicographically by the function name. * New option --no-main This option has the same effect as '--all', except that the graph for main() function (if it exists) is treated same way as all the other graphs, i.e. it will not be placed at the top of output, but in its place as per the lexicographic ordering of function names.
* Fix debian bug 910911 This restores backward compatibility with databases created by version 1.8 (and some later versions, with mmapped I/O disabled). See https://bugs.debian.org/910911 for a detailed description.
* Licensed under GPLv3 or later. * mixal ** Location of listing file By default, mixal creates listing file in the current working directory. * mixsim ** The .mixsim file When started in terminal mode, the utility searches for file `.mixsim' in the current working directory and reads it, if present. The file may contain any mixsim commands. ** The set of terminal commands is improved to make it compatible with GDB. ** New command, PASSCOUNT Set the number of crossings after whcih to clear the breakpoint. ** Removed optional second argument to BREAK. The functionality of `BREAK <ADDR> <COUNT>' is now obtained by two commands: BREAK <ADDR> PASSCOUNT <N> <COUNT> ** New command DELETE. An alias to CLEAR. ** New command IGNORE Sets the number of hits to ignore before enabling the breakpoint. ** New commands ENABLE and DISABLE Enable or disable the breakpoint with the given number. ** New command RUN It is an alias for GO. ** New command SOURCE Execute a file of mixsim commands. ** New command ADDRESS. This command takes as its argument a breakpoint manipulation command (DELETE, IGNORE, ENABLE, DISABLE, PASSCOUNT) with arguments appropriate for the associated command. However, the first argument of the corresponding command is treated as MIX address, instead of a breakpoint number. ** New command INFO. An alias to LIST. ** New command SHELL. Executes a subordinate shell or a shell command. Abbreviated to !. ** NEXT and STEP take optional argument. The argument, if given, specifies number of instructions to execute. Default is 1. ** INFO BREAK takes an optional argument specifying breakpoint number to list. If prefixed with ADDRESS, it treats the argument as a MIX location and lists all breakpoints set on that location.
This version includes support for msgctxt.
Changes since 2.7 beta: Although the basic code remains the same, there are numerous nits fixed, including some display bugs, and a memory leak. Some changes that have taken place with larger impact include the way in which the (dir) node is built; I have added in support for "localdir" directories among other things. Info files may be stored in compressed formats, and in their own subdirectories; menu items which do not explicitly name the node to which they are attached have the menu item name looked up as an Info file if it is not found within the current document. This means that the menu item: * Info:: The Info documentation reader. in (dir) refers to the info node "(info)Top". Please see the ChangeLog and documentation for details on other changes.
- first release
* Minor fixes
- Prefer apachectl over invoking httpd directly.
* Initial release
* Fix cyclic inclusion detection
Don't throw exception on invalid tokens. Fix python 3 compatibility
- set minimal required Perl version - drop dependency on autodie