Release Notes: This release has been completely retested under Ubuntu Hardy Heron. !/bin/sh has been replaced by !/bin/bash because of "function".
Release Notes: gtgt was retested under Ubuntu Dapper Drake (6.06). automake was updated to 1.9, autoconf was updated to 2.13.56, and autogen was updated to 18.104.22.168-1. prepare-cvs-commit was renamed to prepClearRepCommit.sh. Generated .cvsignore-files are automatically imported into the subversion property-list using the command "svn propset svn:ignore -F .cvsignore .". This command will be executed in all directories if it has already been set under subversion control (i.e. the .svn-directory exists).
Release Notes: From now on gtgt automatically generates a fully elaborated spec file. With this file you can generate project RPMs by typing rpm -bb prj.spec. Project management is still organized by the automake/autoconf environment.
Release Notes: Improvements of the adjustments onto the use of automake 1.6.2, autoconf 2.53, and libtool 1.4.2
Release Notes: The sub script gptg now writes an improved version of the reconf script.
Release Notes: This release implements the changes made by automake 1.6. There is a script to manage CVS imports more easily.
Release Notes: This release includes better coding standard generation, and corrections to the automatic generation of library release numbers.
Release Notes: After having a better counting of versions and a more clear comment structure, gtg offers a last approach to the C++ coding standard and a teaching namespaces: member variables will be marked by the prefix "m", parameters will be marked by the prefix "p", and each module is set into the namespace gtgt which can easily be changed with a paste-action.
Release Notes: gtgt is now hosted at Sourceforge.
Release Notes: This version features automatic generation of templates for C/C++ modules, static and shared libraries and scripts. It also includes full integration of doxygen documentation, a changeversion script for automatic change of all release/revision numbers, and automatic generation of a full autoconf/automake environment.