Accepted flexml 1.3-1 (source)

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Origin: Debian/unstable
Format: 1.7
Date: Wed,  13 Apr 2005 14:14:24 +0100
Source: flexml
Binary: flexml
Architecture: source
Version: 1.3-1
Distribution: breezy
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Martin Quinson <mquinson at>
Changed-By: Ubuntu Archive Auto-Sync <katie at>
 flexml     - generate fast validating XML processors and applications
Closes: 62171 62172 192243 192692 303220
 flexml (1.3-1) unstable; urgency=low
   [William Dowling]
   * Enhance main makefile to allow versionned installs
   * Various cleanups to the makefiles
   * Get a working "make test" (some of the tests themselves are still to be
   (generated parsers)
   * Don't allocate the statenames array over and over (plug memleak)
   * Try not to exaust the stack when possible
   [Ulrik Petersen]
   * Fix statenames array on terminaison (plug memleak)
   [Martin Quinson]
   ( script)
   * Get paranoid on file open()/close().
   * Let FleXML.html be valid XHTML1.1 (so that it can be used in tests)
   * Install the paper as documentation
   (debian package)
   * Fix the doc-base file (Closes: #303220).
 flexml (1.2-2) unstable; urgency=low
   * drop conflict on flex-old since oldies are harmless here.
 flexml (1.2-1) unstable; urgency=low
   [Martin Quinson]
   * Add a \n after the error messages when not using quiet_parsers
   * Clarify the licence of the produced parsers. Thanks to Ulrik Petersen
     for proposing the patch, and to Kristoffer H Rose for forwarding it.
   [Arnaud Legrand]
   * Add a -b option to modify the default FLEXML_BUFFERSTACKSIZE.
     That is useful when you get an error like "Assertion next<limit' failed".
 flexml (1.1-1) unstable; urgency=low
   The "back to life" version (hopefully).
   [Arnaud Legrand]
   * Fix a few bugs and make gcc happy.
   * Make flexml work with the current flex (closes: #192692, #192243).
   * Change the build-dep to flex and make lintian happy.
   [William Dowling]
   * Handle ']' at end of CDATA like: <![CDATA[val xxx]]]>;
   * Do not print to stderr: add primitive error message facility;
     [requests the user to pool for error messages with parse_err_msg()]
   * Allow multiple calls/multiple returns, so flexml-generated parsers
     can parse document sequences (>1 document in a stream);
   * Allow failure from all states (<*>) so flex scanner jammed does
     not occur.
   * Avoid using "new" as identifier since it breaks C++
   [Martin Quinson]
   * Let the user decide whether they want to keep the parser quiet and use
     the second feature introduced by William above (flag -q), or if they
     want to stick to the old behaviour (by default).
   * Let the dist target work (and don't add the debian/ dir since flexml
     should't be a native package)
   * Do not include the header if it wasn't generated (Closes: #62172)
   (debian package)
   * Put myself as maintainer. Thanks and kudos to Kristoffer for his work on
     this neat tool.
   * Switch from the deprecated dh_installmanpages to dh_installman
   * Conflict with flex-old now that Arnaud fixed the issues
   * Build-dep on flex
   * Remove EnlargeFlex.patch from the debian package since this is
     integrated in the stable version of flex (!)
   * recognize the encoding attribute of the XML tag (Closes: #62171)
 82725c78de071e3e29040997af0860e4 3273 devel optional flexml_1.3-1.diff.gz
 e78b6ce8d5ea54bf4226113dc2df5779 66411 devel optional flexml_1.3.orig.tar.gz
 a678a960b2556e44a16e80cc095526e1 695 devel optional flexml_1.3-1.dsc
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