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Armin Rigo
More documentation
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enum-as-int
Armin Rigo
Document
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enum-as-int
Armin Rigo
Fix enums to use the same rule as gcc: they are actually not always 'int', but the first of the following types that fits: 'unsigned int', 'int', 'unsigned long', 'long'.
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Armin Rigo
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enum-as-int
Armin Rigo
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enum-as-int
Armin Rigo
Enums should behave just like ints. No more using the string of the enum.
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enum-as-int
Armin Rigo
Passing None as an ``item *`` argument to a function.
Armin Rigo
Move the development to 0.6
Armin Rigo
Fix when running on pypy without cpyext.
Armin Rigo
Update the docs.
Armin Rigo
* Win32 fix * Don't depend on the order in which the two calls are made!
Armin Rigo
Python 3 compat
Armin Rigo
Python 3 compat
Armin Rigo
Python 3 compat
Armin Rigo
Document the changes
Armin Rigo
minibuffer: weakref support, and keep alive the argument.
Armin Rigo
Issue #52: Add ffi.verify(..modulename='foo'..) with test and documentation.
Armin Rigo
Extra tests
Armin Rigo
Win32: needs this include now.
Armin Rigo
Test and fix for issue #51: unlike what is documented, we can't pass a list argument to a function expecting a "foo *" argument. It doesn't work on CPython (but works with vengine_gen or on PyPy).
Armin Rigo
Code simplification: instead of allocating & freeing some strings around the calls in some cases, just use alloca().
Armin Rigo
Mention uintptr_t too
Armin Rigo
Document intptr_t
Armin Rigo
merge heads
Armin Rigo
issue #50: fix, at least as much as I could find tests for.
Armin Rigo
issue #50: a test file for unicode literals, testing roughly all methods of FFI.
Ronny Pfannschmidt
integration test: always pass --distribute to virtualenv, addresses #49
Armin Rigo
issue #46: don't pass -Werror on recent Macs
Armin Rigo
Try harder to clean up the __pycache__.
Armin Rigo
Try harder to run the tests even if PYTHONPATH was not set and cffi not installed. Tested with a "python setup.py build_ext -i" as well as with a fresh "python setup.py install".
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