libindicate 12.10.0

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Project:
libindicate
Series:
12.10
Version:
12.10.0
Released:
2012-07-11  
Registrant:
Charles Kerr
Release registered:
2012-07-11
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12.10.0

 - IndicateServer's dispose() method should call it its superclass'
   dispose(). (LP #986890)

 - Don't include build-time filenames in comments of the enum header files
   If we do, the header files may be different on each build.
   This is especially harmful when building multiple times for multiple
   architectures and expecting the files to be identical.

 - merge lp:~allanlesage/libindicate/TDD to remove a dependency on gcovr,
   move gcov targets to their own makefile, and clean up .gcno files.

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12.10.0

 - IndicateServer's dispose() method should call it its superclass'
   dispose(). (LP #986890)

 - Don't include build-time filenames in comments of the enum header files
   If we do, the header files may be different on each build.
   This is especially harmful when building multiple times for multiple
   architectures and expecting the files to be identical.

 - merge lp:~allanlesage/libindicate/TDD to remove a dependency on gcovr,
   move gcov targets to their own makefile, and clean up .gcno files.

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Bug report Importance Assignee Status
986890 #986890 IndicateServer's dispose() method doesn't call superclass' dispose() 4 Medium Charles Kerr  10 Fix Released
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