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doschk 1.1-5
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Fri May 21 15:14:18 1993  Noah Friedman  (friedman@nutrimat.gnu.ai.mit.edu)

        * Version 1.1 released.

Tue Apr 20 17:46:42 1993  Noah Friedman  (friedman@nutrimat.gnu.ai.mit.edu)

        * doschk.c: Remove all includes for alloc.h or malloc.h.  Instead
        just declare `extern char *malloc()'. 
        configure.in: Remove check for malloc.h.           

Fri Apr 16 21:06:13 1993  Noah Friedman  (friedman@nutrimat.gnu.ai.mit.edu)

        * README: include bug reporting address. 

        * doschk.c (dos_special_names): New global variable. 
        (display_problems): Use it to check for special DOS device names.
        Ignore trailing dot when checking for names which will resolve to
        identical names under DOS. 
        Change printf format from %14s to %-14s. 

        * doschk.c (alloc_ent): Ignore trailing periods.
        Check for `:' in filenames. 

        * doschk.c (mpath): Increase size of buf to 1024.

Wed Apr 14 17:01:07 1993  Noah Friedman  (friedman@nutrimat.gnu.ai.mit.edu)

        * configure.in: Check for malloc.h.
        doschk.c [!__MSDOS__]: Don't include malloc.h unless HAVE_MALLOC_H
        is defined.

Tue Apr 13 12:31:25 1993  Noah Friedman  (friedman@nutrimat.gnu.ai.mit.edu)

        * Version 1.0 released.

        * COPYING, README, Makefile.in, configure.in: New files.

        * doschk.c: Inserted copyright notice and usage in comments. 
        Reformatted through `indent -gnu'.

        * doschk.c (xmalloc): New function. 
        (alloc_end, fill_ent, display_problems): Use it instead of malloc.

        * doschk.c (fill_ent): If ent->path is allocated 0 bytes, reassign
        pointer to fixed string instead of setting first byte to '\0'.

        * doschk.c (main): Return 0.