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[leafnode-list] leafnode 1.9.19.ma2 available


Last night, I released leafnode 1.9.19.ma2.

It's available from http://mandree.home.pages.de/leafnode/

bzip2 - which is required to unpack the source - is available from
http://sources.redhat.com/bzip2/ and comes with many recent
distributions. It has a BSD-style license and is patent free. Though
slower, it compresses considerably better than gzip.

MD5 checksum:

8a13f2dba47048878120a811b12ff4a4  leafnode-1.9.19.ma2.tar.bz2

file sizes in kB:

 400 leafnode-1.9.19.ma2.tar.bz2
   4 leafnode-1.9.19.ma2.tar.bz2.sig

Should your tar not be bzip2 aware (GNU tar is, try -y or -I where you
formerly used -z), try:

        bunzip2 -c leafnode-1.9.19.ma2.tar.bz2 | tar xf -

leafnode 1.9.19.ma2 is a merge of leafnode 1.9.18ma4.2 with all relevant
patches from 1.9.18 to 1.9.19 applied, the lockfile patch applied,
autoconf/automake and PCRE updated and further build glitches removed.

At compile time, leafnode will now search for pcre-config and add the
parameters it lists to its build environment, so it pulls FreeBSD's pcre
port in without hassles.

I stole FreeBSD libc4's environment functions, adjusted them and placed
them into env.c, so that leafnode now compiles on Solaris again
(compiled successfully on Solaris 8). 

leafnode 1.9.19.ma2 has not undergone substantial testing, so handle
with care. Nonetheless, it is believed to be the best leafnode 1.9.x
version available. However, feedback as to stability is direly sought.

- -- 
Matthias Andree

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