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1998-07-19  Roland McGrath  <roland@baalperazim.frob.com>

	* README, AUTHORS, NEWS: New files.

1998-07-18  Roland McGrath  <roland@baalperazim.frob.com>

	* lexxer.c, parser.c: Regenerated in srcdir so #line refs are good.

	* migcom.c (main): Fix return type to int (not void), and use return.

	Moved mig out of gnumach into standalone distribution with
	vanilla autoconf/automake build arrangement.
	* configure.in, Makefile.am: New files.
	* mig.sh: Renamed to mig.in.
	* mig.in (prefix, exec_prefix, libexecdir): New vars set by configure.
	(migcom): Find migcom in ${libexecdir}, and use @MIGCOM@ for its name.
	(cpp): Use @TARGET_CC@ -E instead of @CPP@.

	* gensym.awk: New file, copied from gnumach top-level dir.

Thu Mar 20 14:56:34 1997  Thomas Bushnell, n/BSG  <thomas@gnu.ai.mit.edu>

	* error.c (unix_error_string): Assume HAVE_STRERROR.

Wed May 15 13:55:01 1996  Miles Bader  <miles@gnu.ai.mit.edu>

	* user.c (WriteRequestArgs): Don't check args against akbUserArg.
	(WritePackArg): Do check poly args also against akbUserArg.

Thu May  2 19:13:32 1996  Miles Bader  <miles@gnu.ai.mit.edu>

	* routine.h (struct routine): Split rtReplyPort field into
	rtUReplyPort and rtSReplyPort fields.
	* routine.c (rtAddDummyReplyPort): Add USER arg, and use it.
	(rtCheckRoutineArg): Set user or server or both reply ports.
	(rtSetArgDefaults, rtCheckArgTypes, rtCheckRoutine): Deal with
	split reply ports.
	* user.c (WriteRequestHead, WriteMsgCheckReceive): Use
	rtUReplyPort field instead of rtReplyPort.
	(WriteRequestArgs): Only deal with user-side args.

Wed May 15 13:55:01 1996  Miles Bader  <miles@gnu.ai.mit.edu>

	* user.c (WriteRequestArgs): Don't check args against akbUserArg.
	(WritePackArg): Do check poly args also against akbUserArg.

Thu May  2 19:13:32 1996  Miles Bader  <miles@gnu.ai.mit.edu>

	* routine.h (struct routine): Split rtReplyPort field into
	rtUReplyPort and rtSReplyPort fields.
	* routine.c (rtAddDummyReplyPort): Add USER arg, and use it.
	(rtCheckRoutineArg): Set user or server or both reply ports.
	(rtSetArgDefaults, rtCheckArgTypes, rtCheckRoutine): Deal with
	split reply ports.
	* user.c (WriteRequestHead, WriteMsgCheckReceive): Use
	rtUReplyPort field instead of rtReplyPort.
	(WriteRequestArgs): Only deal with user-side args.

Thu Feb 29 12:46:40 1996  steve clawson  <sclawson@marker.cs.utah.edu>

	* user.c (WriteMsgCheckReceive): If the reply-port isn't
	user-supplied and there was a message transmission error, then
	deallocate it.  From Michael I Bushnell (mib@gnu.ai.mit.edu).

	* user.c (WriteMsgCheckIdentity): Dealloc reply port if a
 	mismatched reply comes in to avoid cascaded errors.  From
	Michael I Bushnell (mib@gnu.ai.mit.edu).

Wed May  3 13:59:54 MDT 1995  Bryan Ford <baford@cs.utah.edu>

	Merged in diffs from UK02p12 to UK02p15:

	Wed May  3 10:47:41 MDT 1995  Bryan Ford <baford@cs.utah.edu>

		* Released UK02p15.

		* mig_string.h: include string.h instead of strings.h

		* user.c, lexxer.l: changed index/rindex to strchr/strrchr.

Fri Feb 10 13:25:54 MST 1995  Bryan Ford <baford@cs.utah.edu>

	Merged in diffs from UK02p7 to UK02p9:

	Sun, 29 Jan 1995  Remy.Card@masi.ibp.fr (Remy CARD)

		Fixed a bug that causes mig to generate bad file names
		in #include directives when generating the user source file.

Fri Nov 25 13:56:32 MST 1994  Bryan Ford  (baford@cs.utah.edu)

	Merged in diffs from UK02p6 to UK02p7:

	* MIG now compiles under BSD without 'vm_???_t' types
	  conflicting between host (BSD) and target (Mach)
	  header files.  Basically, the MIG source files compiled
	  to run on the host machine no longer include mach/message.h;
	  instead they get the needed defines through cpu.h
	  which is built by compiling cpu.sym for the target machine.

Mon Aug 29 18:31:21 1994  Bryan Ford  (baford@cs.utah.edu)

	* got rid of /usr/bin pathname in call to basename:
	basename isn't always in /usr/bin.

Fri Aug 26 11:36:10 1994  Louis-D. Dubeau  (hallu@info.polymtl.ca)

	* Fixed mig.sh to pass -imacros flags to CPP correctly.

Tue Sep  6 10:00:29 1994  Roland McGrath (roland@churchy.gnu.ai.mit.edu)

	* Released UK02p6.

	* use strerror instead of sys_errlist if it's available.

	* Other minor portability fixes.

Mon Aug 15 18:37:47 1994  Roland McGrath  <roland@churchy.gnu.ai.mit.edu>

	* global.c (more_global): Prepend RoutinePrefix to ServerDemux
	even for non-default value of ServerDemux.

Fri Jul  8 14:36:53 1994  Roland McGrath  (roland@churchy.gnu.ai.mit.edu)

	* routine.h (rtSkip): Take int arg.
	* routine.c (rtSkip): Take int arg and increment by that many.
	* parser.y (Statement): Grok `skip N;'; pass int arg to rtSkip.

Fri May 13 15:08:56 1994  Michael I Bushnell  (mib@churchy.gnu.ai.mit.edu)

	* user.c (WriteMsgCheckReceive): Deallocate the reply port also if
	we get one of the send errors that can cause the message to be
	partially sent and then destroyed; otherwise we might later get a
	spurious send-once notification.

Wed Aug  4 10:34:42 1993  Michael I. Bushnell  (mib at ernst.gnu.ai.mit.edu)

	* Makefile: Don't use flex or bison; use lex and yacc instead.

	* migcom.c (myfopen): Added extern declaration of errno.

Wed Jun 30 19:46:51 1993  Roland McGrath  (roland@churchy.gnu.ai.mit.edu)

	* user.c (WriteUser): Call WriteImport for skImport and skUImport
	statements.
	(WriteUserIndividual): Write all the import and uimport statements
	to each file.

Mon Jun 28 22:07:14 1993  Roland McGrath  (roland@churchy.gnu.ai.mit.edu)

	* utils.c (WriteStaticShortDecl, WriteCheckDecl,
	WriteStaticLongDecl): Generate a `const' definition.

Fri Jun 25 17:53:26 1993  Roland McGrath  (roland@churchy.gnu.ai.mit.edu)

	* utils.c (WriteCopyType): Write SubrPrefix before `mig_strncpy'.

	* user.c (WriteRequestHead): Write SubrPrefix before
	`mig_get_reply_port'.
	(WriteMsgCheckReceive): Write SubrPrefix before
	`mig_dealloc_reply_port'.
	(WritePackArgValue): Write SubrPrefix before `mig_strncpy'.
	(WriteExtractArgValue): Likewise.
	(WriteExtractArgValue): Write SubrPrefix before `mig_allocate'.
	(WriteMsgSend): Write SubrPrefix before `mach_msg_send_from_kernel'
	and `mach_msg'.
	(WriteMsgSendReceive): Write SubrPrefix before `mach_msg'.
	(WriteMsgRPC): Write SubrPrefix before `mach_msg_rpc_from_kernel'
	and `mach_msg'.

	* server.c (WriteDestroyArg): Write SubrPrefix before `mig_deallocate'.
	(WritePackArgValue): Write SubrPrefix before `mig_strncpy'.
	(WriteDestroyPortArg): Write SubrPrefix before `ipc_port_release_send'.
	(WriteAdjustMsgCircular): Write SubrPrefix before
	`ipc_port_check_circularity'.

	* routine.c (rtCheckRoutine): Prepend RoutinePrefix to
	RT->rtServerName and RT->rtUserName.

	* migcom.c (parseArgs): Recognize -subrprefix and -prefix.

	* global.c (SubrPrefix, RoutinePrefix): Define new variables.
	* global.h: Declare them.