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version 2.4 of rulechecker

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-2005-02-25  Solveig Albrand  <albrand@lxplus005.cern.ch>
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+2005-03-10 Solveig Albrand <solveig.albrand@lpsc.in2p3.fr>
+	* version 2.4 of rulechecker (should cure problems of parsing Boost)
+	* removed codewizard stuff
+2005-02-25  Solveig Albrand  <solveig.albrand@lpsc.in2p3.fr>
 	* Change truncate.py to remove options from show constituents 
 
-a2004-12-21 Solveig Albrand <solveig.albrand@lpsc.in2p3.fr>
+2004-12-21 Solveig Albrand <solveig.albrand@lpsc.in2p3.fr>
 	* Installed version 2.3 of rulechecker - contains patches
 	* to enable parsing of some complex template constructs.
 2004-12-09  Christian Arnault  <arnault@lal.in2p3.fr>
 macro use_JavaSDK "" CodeCheck "JavaSDK JavaSDK-01-* External"
 use $(use_JavaSDK)
 
-#macro ATLAS_DIST_AREA "/afs/cern.ch/atlas/software/dist"
 
-#use AtlasSettings v1r14 $(ATLAS_DIST_AREA)
 
 #
 # But do not add anything to the -I path
 #
 include_path none
 
-# in ../rules should find the definition of the rules to be applied
-# The "user defined rules" *.rule
-# a textfile which lists the user defined rules which will be applied
-# and there should be at least a file called ".psrc" by default
-# which is the configuration for codewizard.
 
 
-# the configuration file ../rules/.psrc should contain :
-# (1)
-#	The definition of the default output file - which is be overruled by an option
-#	on the above line " -Zoi "report_file filename""	
-# 	
-# (2) The enumeration of codewizard built-in rules which we want to use.
-# (3) The definition of other rules that codewizard will include
-#	(optional rules and home-made rules)
-# i.e. give the name of the text file containing the list
-
-
-
-# now get the paths right to find the codewizard tool
-
-macro CODEWIZARD_TOP ""\
-      CERN&CodeCheck "/pttools/CodeWizard/codewizard"
-
-macro ARCH ""\
-      Linux&CodeCheck "linux2"
-# and what about SOLARIS ?	
-
-
-macro CODEWIZARD "" CodeCheck "${CODEWIZARD_TOP}/bin.${ARCH}"
-	
-# The above should map to "/pttools/CodeWizard/codewizard/lib.linux2"
-# codewizard must be installed on the host machine 
-# this is the case for all atlas lxplus nodes.
-
-# and the execution called in the make file fragment is
-# ${CODEWIZARD}/codewizard
 
 # Now define the default path to put the results
   macro RELATIVE_CODECHECK_OUTPUT_DIRECTORY "" CodeCheck "/CodeCheck" 
  macro RULECHECKER_SUFFIX "" CodeCheck "/"  
  macro CCTMP "" CodeCheck "/CCTMP"
 
- macro CODEWIZARD_PSRC_FILENAME "" CodeCheck "psrcPackage"
+ 
  
 
-# next line puts codewizard into the global pattern
-
-pattern -global codewizard \
-  tag target_<package>cwreport CodeCheck ; \
-  document codewizard <package>cwreport -target_tag $(src)*.cxx -group=codewizard
-
-# then it is executed by 
-# gmake codewizard
-
-# and here we define the three makefile fragments for codewizard
-#
-# The header defines the output file, and removes it if it exists
-# but it could perhaps be modified to do nothing is the file already exists
-#
-# The trailer just defines the "clean" target.
-# 
-make_fragment codewizard_header -suffix=cwrpt
-make_fragment codewizard -suffix=cwrpt -header=codewizard_header  -dependencies -trailer=codewizard_trailer
-make_fragment codewizard_trailer
 
 
 ##### For Rule Checker
 ## This is the directory where the tool is installed
  macro IRST_DIR ""\
-    CERN&CodeCheck "/afs/cern.ch/user/a/albrand/public/IRST2.3"
+    CERN&CodeCheck "/afs/cern.ch/user/a/albrand/public/IRST2.4"
 
 ##       CERN "/afs/cern.ch/sw/lcg/contrib/rulechecker" 
 
 
 ignore_pattern doxygen
 ignore_pattern rulechecker
-ignore_pattern codewizard
+
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