OSSP val is a flexible name-to-value mapping library for ISO-C variables. It allows one to access ISO-C variables through name strings, although the ISO-C language provides neither such a dedicated facility nor an evaluation construct (which could be used to implement such a facility easily). In general, this is used for accessing ISO-C variables without having to know the actual symbol/address. The typical use cases are in combination with flexible configuration parsing and supporting loosely-coupled DSO-based module architectures.
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Release Notes: The build environment was upgraded to GNU libtool 1.5.20 and GNU shtool 2.0.3.
Release Notes: The build environment was updated to use GNU libtool 1.5.8 and GNU shtool 2.0.1.
Release Notes: Some variable passing was double-casted to circumvent GCC warnings. Comparisons of va_list variables against NULL are now avoided. The build environment was upgraded to GNU libtool 1.5.4 and GNU autoconf 2.59.
Release Notes: The key/data order in the included linear hashing library was swapped to fix a data alignment problem. The build environment was upgraded to GNU autoconf 2.57, GNU libtool 1.4.3, and GNU shtool 1.6.2.
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