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Re: [Bug-gnucap] warning from 2003?

From: Al Davis
Subject: Re: [Bug-gnucap] warning from 2003?
Date: Thu, 2 Dec 2004 13:25:27 -0500
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On Monday 29 November 2004 04:38 am, Mark Aitchison wrote:
> The gnu/gnucap ftp area (pointed to by your page:
> http://www.gnu.org/software/gnucap/ as the place to find
> Releases) contains a file called
> gnucap-0.33.tar.gz.back-RSN.README  which seem sto imply
> there was a gnucap 0.33 tarball there at some time but it
> isn't available because its authenticity is still being
> confirmed.
> Is that still work in progress? There doesn't seem to have
> been a new gnu gnucap for over 2 years, so it would be nice
> if there is a new version, but the web page does make it
> clear the latest version is only 0.31.

The Gnu site ran into a password/security problem a while back, 
and at the same time I was having other job related problems 
that resulted in my falling behind on everything.

The current release is 0.34. There is a development snapshot 
available dated 2004-10-09.  I expect 0.35 will be out in early 

Changes have been small, and in two categories.  The first is 
compatibility with newer compilers, which are stricter in their 
implementation of C++.  The second is internal changes which 
will soon lead to native support for Verilog-AMS, and improved 
Spice compatibility.

There are 4 sites that I consider to be primary for Gnucap.  I 
directly update these 4, with the intent that the loss of any 
one does not kill the project.

(not in any particular order)


Currently, www.gnu.org is behind.  The others are current.

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