More bugs fixed --> another new alpha GPC on agnes
peter at agnes.dida.physik.uni-essen.de
Sat Feb 8 05:07:19 CET 1997
in case you downloaded gpc-2.0-970206.diff.gz - it is already obsolete
because I went on and fixed the following bugs:
* Handle `absolute' variables in "declaring statements".
(GNU extension: `Var' declarations in the function body.)
* String schema types now survive transport through a GPI file -
even without specified length.
* Now you can take the address of a function with `&' or `@', i.e.,
you can actually use pointers to functions.
* When a Unit (or Module - not a Program!) imported an object from
another Unit, the methods did not survive the transport through the
GPI file. Now they do.
A new diff against gpc-2.0 is on agnes,
Sorry for the inconsistency in GPC ;-) but I promise that I will not
upload the next diff tomorrow because I won't have time :-( to work on
GPC for the next days.
It is getting more and more stable ... (:
Dipl.-Phys. Peter Gerwinski, Essen, Germany, free physicist and programmer
peter.gerwinski at uni-essen.de - http://home.pages.de/~peter.gerwinski/ 
maintainer GNU Pascal - http://home.pages.de/~gnu-pascal/ 
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