Fedora 11 Update: perl-Verilog-Perl-3.222-1.fc11

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Fedora Update Notification
2009-11-27 21:04:08

Name        : perl-Verilog-Perl
Product     : Fedora 11
Version     : 3.222
Release     : 1.fc11
URL         : http://www.veripool.org/wiki/verilog-perl
Summary     : Verilog parsing routines
Description :
This package provides functions to support writing utilities
that use the Verilog language.

Update Information:

new upstream release 3.222:   *  Fix missing ; in ContAssign::verilog_text,
bug177. [Nicolas Wilhelm]   * Fix multi-dimensional arrayed typedefs, bug183.
[Vesselin Kavalov]   * Fix “assert () else” action_blocks. [Vesselin Kavalov]
* Fix typedef scoping under anonymous begin blocks.   * Fix `define argument
mis-replacing system task of same name, bug191.   * Fix SystemPerl hitting
“undefined find_interface…” in 3.220.   * Fix erroring on strings with
backslashed newlines, bug168. [Pete Nixon]   * Fix compile error on RHEL3 with
gettext, bug169. [Marek Rouchal]   * Fix line number miscounting with `pragma.
* Add parsing of “assign”, including SigParser::contassign callback,
Netlist::ContAssign object, and related accessors.   * Several code speedups to
vhier, Verilog::Netlist, and the parsers.   * Add Preproc::getall to fetch all
text instead of line-by-line.   * Add Parser::new(use_cb_{name}=>0) option to
speed parsing.   * Add SigParser/Netlist::new(use_vars=>0) option to speed
parsing.   * Fix deep defines causing flex scanner overflows. [Brad Dobbie]   *
Fix preprocessing commas in deep parameterized macros. [Brad Dobbie]   * Fix
Preproc::defSubstitute not being called on parameterized macros.   * Fix Perl
5.8.8 compile error, bug115. [Marek Rouchal]

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