kconfig-frontends-3.5.0-0 released

From: Yann E. MORIN
Date: Sun Jul 22 2012 - 09:59:31 EST

Hello All!

I'm pleased to announce the release of kconfig-frontends 3.5.0-0!
Go download it there:

The kconfig-frontends package provides the kconfig parser, as well as all the
kconfig frontends and utilities, packaged using the traditional autotools, so
the kconfig infrastructure is easy to deploy, either locally or system-wide.

What's new since 3.4.0-0:
- compiling on L10n-deffective systems has been fixed
- compiling under Cygwin is mostly functional (except the nconf frontend)
- the packaging has been enhanced and cleaned up
- compilation logs are now more like the kernel's (using the autotools
silent rules)
- the streamline utility has been removed because it is too kernel-specific

As a reminder, the home for kconfig-frontends is:

And the repository can be browsed or hg-cloned from:

kconfig-frontends is not meant to replace the in-tree Linux kconfig, but
really targets third-party projects that want an easy path to following
the evolution of kconfig, without the burden to manually synchronise from
the Linux kernel source tree.

Any comment, any feedback, any patch is welcome! ;-)

Yann E. MORIN.

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