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2004-05-05

2004-05-05 13:27:47 by Johan Sundström <oyasumi@gmail.com>

Reviewed up to Optimizations. Should we perhaps have a punicode
example?

Rev: CHANGES:1.78

208:    Compatibility outside compatibility mode will be removed in the    future.    -  The interfaces for the hash and cipher algorithms has been +  The interfaces for the hash and cipher algorithms have been    improved and they no longer only conform to predefined interfaces,    but actually inherits Hash/HashState and Cipher/CipherState. Every    algorithm is in itself a module in the Crypto module, and inherits
239:      o ADT.Struct    This module makes it possible to work with binary formats of the -  packed-struct-type. Simply create a class and specify the members -  in order, create an object with a file object as argument and then -  read the decoded values from the object as ordinary variables. +  packed-struct-type. Simply create a class inheriting ADT.Struct, +  specify the members with type and size, in order, instantiate an +  object with a file object as argument and then read the decoded +  values from the object as ordinary variables.       class ID3 {    inherit ADT.Struct;
306:    The GL Universal Environment is a GL toolkit that makes    implementing GL applications in Pike really simple. GLUE has    several orthogonal components like object orientation -  encapsulation of Gl, drawing primitives, texture handling and text +  encapsulation of GL, drawing primitives, texture handling and text    generation. The most fundamental part is however an abstract    interface to a GL area driver, like GTK or SDL.   
323:    }      o ADT.CircularList -  This is an circular list implemented as a C wrapper around an +  This is a circular list implemented as a C wrapper around an    array. It has a constant time complexity for pop and push. It has -  a limited max size but it can be increased manually by calling the +  a limited max size but it can be increased manually by calling    allocate. It supports pushing, popping and peeking at both ends of -  the list, as well as removing and insering elemtns at any -  positioin in the list. +  the list, as well as removing and insering elements at any +  position in the list.      o ADT.Sequence -  The sequence work similar to an array but has the possibilities to -  insert and remove elements at any position. It also has functions +  The sequence works similar to an array but has the possibilities +  to insert and remove elements at any position. It also has methods    to retrieve iterators that work from either side of the sequence. -  +  Both of the above ADT:s share a common set of interface primitives +  described in a thesis work available for download and review at    -  +  http://pike.ida.liu.se/projects/docs/cmods/ADTs%20in%20Pike.pdf    -  +    o Geography    The Geography.Position object can now convert to and from the    Swedish RT38 (Rikets Triangulering 1938) position format.      o Int -  The Int module contains a few functions and constants that deals +  The Int module contains a few functions and constants that deal    specifically with the integer data type. Currently it contains    parity and byte swapping functions and constants for the system    maxint and minint.      o Pike.Security -  Functions and classes that deals with the Pike security system +  Functions and classes that deal with the Pike security system    (requires Pike to be compiled with --with-security to be present)    are stored in this module. Beware that the Pike security system is    still very experimental.      o Protocols.HTTP.Session    Handles an HTTP connection as a session, with cookies, redirects, -  HTTP keep-alive etc. +  HTTP keep-alive et cetera.      o Bz2    Support for the compression format used by the bzip2 program. The    module interface is almost identical with the Gz module, so -  changing between Bz2 and Gz is just a matter of a few characters +  changing between Bz2 and Gz is just a matter of a few characters'    difference.      o Process.Process    The Process.Process class is extended to handle a time out    callback and a read callback, to better manage processes in an -  asunchronous way. +  asynchronous way.      o Error    The beginning of the Pike exception hiearchy. Even though it is
379:         o Float -  Here constants and functions that deals specifically with the -  float data type is stored. Currently contains only various +  Here, constants and functions that deals specifically with the +  float data type are stored. Currently contains only various    constants that describe the precision and limitations of the float    type Pike is compiled with.      o Protocols.Bittorrent    This is a Pike implementation of the client side of the popular -  Bittorrent protocol. Both creating torrent files and seeding as -  well as downloading and verifying files are supported. There are +  Bittorrent protocol. Both creating torrent files and seeding, as +  well as downloading and verifying files is supported. There are    also several functions to retreive auxillary information such as -  identifying the other peer clients. +  identifying the other peer clients. Contains all the primitives +  you would expect, except for the tracker.      o Protocols.LMTP/Protocols.SMTP -  Protocols.LMTP Implements a server for the Local Mail Transfer +  Protocols.LMTP implements a server for the Local Mail Transfer    Protocol, LMTP, as specified in RFC2033. This module has been well    tested against Postfix clients. Protocols.LMTP is based on a new    server implementation in Protocols.SMTP.
422:       foreach(owlset->find_statements(0,    owlset->rdf_type, -  owlset->owl_Class); +  owlset->owl_Class),    array statement)    write("- %O\n", statement[0]); -  -  return 0; +     }         o Array    The Array module has been extended with Array.all and Array.any -  which determines if all or any of the elements in an array meets a +  which determines if all or any of the elements in an array meet a    given condition. Also the function Array.partition has been added,    which divides the elements of an array into two arrays, selected    by a given condition.
440:   o Function    The Function module has been extended with the fixpoint combinator    "Y", useful when writing recursive lambdas, a curry function, to -  partially evaluate a function call, and a callback caller function +  partially evaluate a function call and a callback caller function    that protects the caller from exceptions in the callback function.      o Thread -  Thread.Fifo and Thread.Queue has been extended with try_* +  Thread.Fifo and Thread.Queue have been extended with try_*    varieties of all functions that can block and with functions that -  makes them both implement the same interface. Both also have +  make them both implement the same interface. Both also have    fallbacks for running in nonthreaded mode.      o Filesystem.Traversion
469:    pre-1901 namedays and Finnish namedays.      o SSL -  Large parts of the SSL module has been rewritten, either as part +  Large parts of the SSL module have been rewritten, either as part    of the rewrite of the Crypto module or in an attempt to fix many -  issues regarding blocking/nonblocking files, threads etc. +  issues regarding blocking/nonblocking files, threads et cetera.      o EXIF    The EXIF module is now much more robust than before and can handle