[ANNOUNCEMENT] updated PCRE packages available for download
Wed Sep 3 09:16:00 GMT 2003
Version 4.4-1 of the PCRE packages is now available for download.
This corresponds to the latest official PCRE release.
To update your installation:
Run the Setup utility from http://cygwin.com/setup.exe and pick up the
Please send reports of any problems related to these packages to
firstname.lastname@example.org and *do not* mail me personally. I moniter the list on a
The PCRE library is a set of functions that implement regular expression
pattern matching using the same syntax and semantics as Perl 5. PCRE has
its own native API, as well as a set of wrapper functions that correspond
to the POSIX regular expression API. The PCRE library is free, even for
building commercial software.
have a look at http://www.pcre.org for details
----- version 4.4-1 -----
Patches applied to 4.3-x were largely integrated into the canonical package.
The rest of the patches (of course) still apply
----- version 4.3-4 -----
Make doc package FHS compliant
----- version 4.3-3 -----
Recompile against Cygwin-1.5.0
----- version 4.3-2 -----
Added pcre-config script to pcre-devel package
----- version 4.3-1 -----
The same patches as applied to version 4.2-2 were applied to this version.
----- version 4.2-2 -----
A slight modification was made to the packaging script to kill a bug that had
snuck into the tarballs
----- version 4.2-1 -----
The patch I made earlier, which got into the canonical PCRE, worked around
using Libtool on Cygwin without there being any need to do so, as Gerrit P.
Haase kindly pointed out. With his patch and one by Charles Wilson, the
Cygwin build procedure is just like any *NIX - due thanks go to the both of
----- versions prior to 4.2-1 -----
Anything prior to 4.2-1 was maintained by Corinna Vinschen - any notes on those
versions are available in the mail archives.
Let him choose out of my files, his projects to accomplish.
-- Shakespeare, "Coriolanus"
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