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3.2.222 Aug 2018 06:45 minor feature: Out of bounds read in lexer.l:trim_whitespace().
3.2.118 Aug 2017 12:05 minor feature: Bump ABI major number due to incompatible change in struct when adding option annotation/comments in v3.1: 1.1.0 - 2.0.0.
3.204 Jun 2017 03:16 minor feature: Add Windows/mingw compatible fmemopen() replacement. v3.1 regression, segfault on comment-only lines.
3.125 May 2017 08:45 minor feature: Refactored CFGF_IGNORE_UNKNOWN support, libConfuse now properly ignores any type and sub-section without the need for declaring an __unknown option. When the flag is set all unknown options, including unknown sub-sections with, in turn, unknown options, are now fully ignored. New API for creating titled sections at runtime, by Jonas Johansson @jonasj76. Support for option annotation/comments. Every option can now have a comment, which is both read and written from/to file. Disabled by default, enable with CFGF_COMMENTS flag in cfg_init(). ABI bump: 1.0.0 -- 1.1.0, due to new functionality. Build unit tests statically for easier deging. . Major refactor of lexer to memory leaks, cfg_free() now properly releases all memory. By Joachim Nilsson @troglobit. . MSVC build errors, by George Koskeridis @Gikoskos. . SIGSEGV when parsed default values are used with include, by Dmitri Zhabinski. . syntax in rpm spec file, for CentOS/RHEL7. . Adjust gettext version requirement to build on CentOS/RHEL7. GNU gettext v0.18.2.1 update AM_GNU_GETTEXT() to use AC_PROG_MKDIR_P instead of AM_PROG_MKDIR_P, but v0.18.1.1 is included in Ubuntu 12.04 LTS. Fortunately Ubuntu 14.04 LTS ships v0.18.3.1 and Debian Jessie ships v0.19.3. Unfortunately, CentOS7 and RHEL7 ships v0.18.2.1, so for best compat. level at this point in time we require v0.18.2. . typos in documentation, by Luca Ceresoli. . Add fmemopen() compat for *BSD, including macOS.
3.003 Mar 2016 01:47 major feature: This release signifies a major change in libConfuse. On out-of-memory conditions at run time, invalid API input, and some other odd use-cases, libConfuse will no longer assert(). Instead, NULL or CFG_FAIL is returned with an error code for you to handle. For some users this will completely change how your application works, so heads up! The library ABI version has also been stepped due to this. For more changes, see the release notes on GitHub.
Submitted byJoachim Nilsson
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