Fedora 7 Update: sunifdef-3.1.3-1.fc7

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Fedora Update Notification
2008-03-06 16:14:58

Name        : sunifdef
Product     : Fedora 7
Version     : 3.1.3
Release     : 1.fc7
URL         : http://www.sunifdef.strudl.org/
Summary     : A commandline tool for simplifying the preprocessor conditionals in source code
Description :
Sunifdef is a commandline tool for simplifying the preprocessor
conditionals in source code (#if and related directives) based on the
user's chosen interpretation of the preprocessor symbols. It is a more
powerful successor to the FreeBSD 'unifdef' tool.

Sunifdef is most useful to developers of constantly evolving products
with large code bases, where preprocessor conditionals are used to
configure the feature sets, APIs or implementations of different
releases. In these environments the code base steadily
accumulates #ifdef-pollution as transient configuration options become
obsolete. Sunifdef can largely automate the recurrent task of purging
redundant #if-logic from the code.

Update Information:

New upstream bugfix release.

* Wed Feb  6 2008 Jonathan G. Underwood <jonathan.underwood at gmail.com> - 3.1.3-1
- Update to version 3.1.3
* Sun Nov 25 2007 Jonathan G. Underwood <jonathan.underwood at gmail.com> - 3.1.2-1
- Update to version 3.1.2
- Fix typo in changelog
- Fix line endings in AUTHORS LICENSE.BSD README ChangeLog
* Fri Aug 31 2007 Jonathan G. Underwood <jonathan.underwood at gmail.com> - 3.1-4
- Fix source URL
- Fix email addresses in changelog entries
* Tue Aug 28 2007 Stepan Kasal <skasal at redhat.com> - 3.1-3
- Fix typos, do not try to use '\#' to avoid interpretation of #
  as a comment; it seems the only way is to take care that it does
  not appear at the beginning of a line.
* Tue Aug 21 2007 Jonathan G. Underwood <jonathan.underwood at gmail.com> - 3.1-2
- Bump release and rebuild

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program.  Use 
su -c 'yum update sunifdef' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at http://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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